Day Psychiatric Rehabilitation
IBHS Day Psychiatric Rehabilitation Services provides rehabilitative and supportive services to assist individuals in developing and maximizing the skills needed to live in the community successfully. This program provides pre-vocational services, socialization and skills training, community, and daily living skills training, recreational activities focused on identified recreational needs, and outpatient group counseling. Pre-vocational services include supports designed to rehabilitate and develop the general skills and behaviors needed to prepare the participant to be employed and/or engage in other related substantial gainful activity. DPR is a facility-based program for persons living with Severe and persistent mental illness. The desired outcome of the day rehabilitation program is to enhance and maximize the participants' ability to function in community settings while decreasing the frequency and duration of hospitalizations.
The populations we serve are men and women, ages 19 and older, demonstrating a Medium risk for harm to self/others and in need of a recovery/rehabilitative/therapeutic environment who have been diagnosed with severe mental illness and who may also have been diagnosed with complex co-occurring diagnoses or issues. IBHS is also working with the intention of reducing this population’s experience with being convicted of crimes and incarceration. The population we serve also consists of individuals who are at continued risk of being ticketed, jailed, or incarcerated in Nebraska State Corrections Institutions and clients experiencing issues related to homelessness. IBHS has been a part of an exciting partnership where we are able to be creative with some of the most complex cases in The State of Nebraska. We have had many successes working with this population. We will continue to target working with individuals in this complex population with the understanding that IBHS will continue to provide integrated, creative, and research-based care.
Outpatient Therapy and Mental Health Services
Integrated Behavioral Health Services Outpatient Care provides holistic diagnostic interviews, pre-treatment assessments, individual sessions, and cutting-edge, evidence-based manualized treatment & therapy groups.
One should expect to feel the full therapeutic benefit within 3-6 months.
Medicaid(Totalcare, Wellcare, United).
Private Pay: $50- 30 minute session, $100- 60 minute session
Our providers specialize in:
• Social Cognition & Interaction Training
• Meta-Cognitive Training for Psychosis
• Meta-Cognitive Training for Depression
• Illness Management & Recovery
• Integrated Psychological Therapy
• Trauma Informed Care
• Dialectic Behavioral Therapy
Community Support Services provide rehabilitative and supportive services for individuals with a primary mental health diagnosis. Such services include treatment for substance issues when that is an identified need. Direct Care staff provide rehabilitation and support services in the community with the intention of working alongside the individual to maintain stable community living and preventing exacerbation of their mental illness and admission to higher levels of care.
IBHS Community Support staff encourages the provision of services in the community and within the consumer’s living environment. Accessibility to the Direct Care staff is not limited to the office; meetings may be held outside the office and in the community based on the needs of the consumer. IBHS Community Support Services are based out of 1430 South Street, Suite 201. Staff uses this facility to make phone calls, complete documentation, attend meetings, and hold consumer meetings when appropriate.
Community Support encourages weekly contact of up to 90 minutes with consumers participating in the program. This allows for maximum benefit to the individual being served. IBHS strives to stabilize participants within 90 days medically. This allows IBHS to link participants to a primary care physician to assess needs and make referrals to help the individual become physically healthy. Medical stability also refers to psychiatric care under the supervision of an Advanced Practicing Nurse or Psychiatrist. IBHS believes when participants are medically stable and under treatment that this reduces barriers to rehabilitation. Ideally, when an individual is medically stable, staff can begin the work of assisting participants with activities of daily living, social skills, and vocational skills. IBHS understands variables in working with consumers who experience severe mental illness, and this description of community support services serves as a guideline and not a hard rule. IBHS works with individuals on where they are, and the priorities are set forth.