Register for Services

Registration is simple.  If you are a prospective client begin your registration over the phone (parent or guardian may register a minor).  See our LOCATIONS page for hours of operation, phone and fax numbers.  Or, you may download a registration packet from the link below.  Or, call and request a registration packet to be mailed to your home address.

Submit registrations completed remotely to the desired clinic location via email scan, USPS mail or fax.  After the registration is processed, you will be given an appointment for a clinical intake.

Bring with you or send copies of the following items:

  • All current Insurance Cards – primary and secondary
  • Photo ID
  • Patient Social Security Card
  • Primary Medical Doctor’s name, address and phone number

If Patient is a minor, you will also need to bring in or send copies of:

  • Proof of custody ( Custody order)
  • Proof of address
  • Immunization record
  • Birth certificate

If you currently have no insurance, please bring in or send copies of the following for income verification:

  • 3 most current pay stubs  OR
  • Prior year tax return

Choose the packet that applies to your situation:

Print and fill out either the Adult or Child Information Packet, whichever applies to your situation. If you cannot print out the Information Packet, you can fill it out when you arrive for registration. But it is a great time saver if you can do it in advance.

Download/print Adult Information Packet

Download/print Child Information Packet

Notes:

Children are not required to attend the registration meeting.

Acceptance and schedule for intake is dependent on qualifying for services, and if required, obtaining authorizations for services.

Failure to provide all necessary documents can result in no scheduled clinical visits.

Please be advised that there is a Wait List for ALL private insurance. In order to be added to the list, the registration process must be completed.

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Mental Health Rehabilitation Specialist

FLSA STATUS: Non-Exempt, Full-Time

EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE: Prefer B.S. in Behavioral Health, Psychology, Social Work, or related field and at least two years positively referenced work history in human services field.

SCHEDULE: Monday-Friday; 7:30 am-3:30 pm; Includes holiday coverage.

POSITION SUMMARY: Provides person-centered support in a team environment for up to eight, medically fragile adults with mental health needs living in a residence designed for individuals with issues related to aging, somatic and/or personal care needs. It includes participation in assessing consumers’ needs and strengths and in the development of the rehabilitation plan. It may include facilitating skill, recreational, or personal enhancement groups; preparing meals and assisting with laundry tasks. Staff provide a clean and healthy residential environment, needed transportation and support with appointments. Staff must meet set productivity measures and daily documentation requirements.

Mental Health Residential Associate

Growing behavioral health organization seeks qualified applicants for residential position. Must be dependable and able to work independently.

FLSA STATUS: Non-exempt, Full-time

EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS: Prefer B.S. in Behavioral Health, Psychology, Social Work, or related field and at least two years positively referenced work history in human services field.

SCHEDULE: Monday through Thursday, 1.p.m.-9.p.m., Sunday, 8.a.m.- 4.p.m.

This schedule includes working holidays, unless specific holiday leave has been requested and granted, according to policy. It also includes the potential of remaining at the work site during inclement weather and other unscheduled closings until relieved.

POSITION SUMMARY: This position provides person-centered support in a team environment to consumers in the Residential Rehabilitation Program. The focus is on teaching skills and accessing resources for recovery and independent living. It includes daily monitoring of consumers’ self-administration of medications, providing needed transportation, meeting productivity measures and daily documentation requirements.
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