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Our Services

Individual Counseling

Assist the person in identifying and resolving personal, social, vocational, intrapersonal and interpersonal concerns. These services address goals/issues such as promoting recovery, and the restoration, development, enhancement of Illness and medication self-management knowledge and skills (e.g., symptom management, behavioral management, relapse prevention skills, knowledge of medications and side effects, and motivational/skill development in taking medication as prescribed);

1. Problem solving and cognitive skills

2. Healthy coping mechanisms

3. Adaptive behaviors and skills

     Medication Management

    For many of our clients, it is an important tool for developing and maintaining stable mental and behavioral health. Walker Family Services can provide a variety of services to support medication management.

        Peer Support Day Program (8:30 am – 2 pm daily – Lunch and Snack Served)

        Services are designed to help our clients with disabilities increase their functioning by learning the necessary skills to become confident and self-sufficient. This service provides structured activities within a peer support center that promote socialization, recovery, wellness, self-advocacy, development of natural supports, and maintenance of community living skills.

          Case Management

          The focus of interventions includes assisting the individual with:

          • 1) Developing natural supports to promote community integration
          • 2) Identifying service needs
          • 3) Referring and linking to services and resources identified through the service planning process
          • 4) Coordinating services identified on the IRP to maximize service integration and minimize service gaps
          • 5) Ensuring continued adequacy of the IRP to meet his/her ongoing and changing needs.

            Substance Abuse Intensive Outpatient Program (8:30 am – 2 pm daily & 3:00 pm – 8:30 pm – Lunch and Snack Served)

            An outpatient approach to treatment services for adults eighteen (18) years or older who require structure and support to achieve and sustain recovery, focusing on early recovery skills; including the negative impact of substances, tools for developing support, and relapse prevention skills. Through the use of a multi-disciplinary team, medical, therapeutic and recovery supports are provided in a coordinated approach to access and treat individuals with substance use disorders in scheduled sessions, utilizing the identified components of the service guideline. This service can be delivered during the day and evening hours to enable individuals to maintain residence in their community, continue work or go to school.