Dream Mental Health Services
Agency COVID Status:
- 80% of clinicians are seeing families in home, 20% are strictly telehealth
- Clinicians going in-home are vaccinated
Dream Mental Health Services is a mental and behavioral health agency that is committed to the wellness of the children, families, individuals, and the communities we service. We strive to provide all children, families, and individuals with innovative, ethical, and exceptional treatment. All services are designed to meet the families individual needs, while having families strive to meet their present and future DREAMS.
Intensive In-Community Service (IIC) is an analytical, focused goal-oriented, and needs-based clinical intervention that addresses the emotional and behavioral challenges of youth with moderate to high needs. It may be provided in a youth’s home or in an amenable community location by a licensed behavioral health clinician and is intended to stabilize and support the youth and family in an effort to deter more intensive interventions and to support the youth and family in collaboration with the Child Family Team (CFT) or identified support system. This is a short-term, solution-focused intervention that addresses presenting behaviors resulting in the youth and her/his family/caregiver/guardian gaining insight and improving function at home and in the community.
Youth and families are eligible to receive Intensive In-Community Services if they are receiving Care Management, MRSS services, and as part of the Transitional Planning process from OOH treatment back to the community, through the NJ Children’s System of Care.
- Intensive In Community
- Parenting Skills - Nurturing Parenting®
- Family Structural Therapy
- Trauma-Informed Care
- Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
- Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT)
- Co-occurring Disorders
- Oppositional Defiance Disorder
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|Eligibility||Youth and families are eligible to receive Intensive In-Community Services if they are receiving Care Management, MRSS services, and as part of the Transitional Planning process from OOH treatment back to the community, through the NJ Children's System of Care.|
Family & Support Services
Behavioral / Mental Health
Crisis / Safety
Intellectual and Developmental Needs
Last Updated: 10/18/21