Helping Hands provides behavioral, social, and recreational support in groups and individual settings. We offer independent living, practical life skills, interpersonal, social skills, behavioral self-management and community adaptation.
The following are examples of behavior challenges:
- Social skills/peer relation issues
- Family relationship issues
- Impulsive behaviors
- Verbally/physically aggressive
- Difficulty respecting authority figures
- Unorganized/ poor focus or concentration
- Anger (tantrums, property destruction)
The following are examples of the approaches/strategies our counselors use to rehabilitate:
- Community Activities
- Anger Management
- Problem Solving
- Conflict Resolution
- Role Plays
- Mental Health Coordination/Advocacy
- Safety/Crisis Management Plans
Helping Hands provides short-term and intensive in-home therapeutic behavioral program to children/adolescents with serious mental health issues. Our goal is to stabilize the child/ adolescent’s behaviors to prevent out-of-home placement or to assist in a smooth transition back home from an out-of-home placement.
The following are examples of the approaches and strategies that TBS counselors use:
- Behavioral modeling
- Intensive behavior modification
Under the Helping Hands Health Services umbrella is our Supported Employment Program (SEP) called Your Employment Services (YES!). Your Employment Services provides support for individuals with disabilities and mental health issues with finding meaningful and competitive employment.