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Every person is an expert on their own life. Recovery involves working in partnership to provide support in a way that makes sense to that person. Our goal is to help program participants build on their strengths and increase their resilience, while learning skills to be successful and thrive in the community.
RISE is a behavioral health intensive outpatient program for adolescents and adults. The day-treatment program is designed for people dealing with a variety of mental health concerns who are at risk for inpatient hospitalization or are being discharged from inpatient care, as well as those seeking more intensive services than are provided in the traditional outpatient setting. The primary diagnoses that are treated by the RISE Program are depressive disorders and anxiety disorders. RISE has an adolescent program that serves adolescents ages 13-17, and an adult program that services individuals 18 or older.
RISE teaches skills designed to address a variety of concerns, including:
After completing the program, participants will:
Individuals may be referred through emergency departments, community behavioral health providers and schools. Individuals may also self-refer.