Community Support Program
Employee Assistance Program
Offers a continuum of services for people diagnosed as having persistent and severe mental illness. We provide assistance that enhances their quality of life through education, medication, management, group work, recreation, case management, and support in all areas of life. Other specialized services include Supported Employment and Residential Options.
The number of employers who are implementing this mode of assistance to reduce healthcare costs, absenteeism, on-the-job accidents, and the number of troubled employees is increasing. A feature that gives Cornerstone’s Employee Assistance program customers a “leg up” is its twenty-four hour availability. The Clinical Consultation Therapist-On-Call is “on the job” so that supervisors and employees who work first, second, or third shift don’t have to wait for regular business hours to get assistance with a problem.
Family Behavioral Program
This is an intensive “strengths-based” home service provided to children, adolescents, and their families. Family Behavioral Specialists work with families to determine their existing strengths and problem areas. A six-phase treatment plan of progressive skill training based on the identified strengths is established. Families must accomplish certain tasks in each phase before transitioning to the next.
Services for individuals who have been diagnosed with an addictive disorder. We offer adult and adolescent outpatient programs. Services center around the physical/psychological aspects of substance use, family and social interaction, and general wellness. We also offer an education program and continuing care/relapse prevention. For those individuals who require additional support we offer case management to assist with individual needs (e.g.- education, employment, housing and medication) and peer support services. We also provide Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT), which is the use of medication along with counseling/peer support/recovery skill development as a means of treating the whole person with a substance use disorder.