Home-based Mental Health Care

Programs that provide clinical therapeutic services, medication, daily living skills assistance and other mental health services for people who are unable to leave their homes because of the severity of their mental or emotional disturbance or the disabling effects of complicating medical conditions; for families with children experiencing a crisis that is so severe that the child is at imminent risk for hospitalization or placement in a residential treatment facility; or for people for whom home-based services are the most appropriate option. (AIRS RP-6400.8000-300)

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Albuquerque, NM

Address:
9019 Washington St NE Building A
Albuquerque, NM 87113
Phone: 505-856-6880
Fax: 505-226-3299
Wheelchair Access: Ramps
Services Provided: Provides Behavior Therapy and Counseling within our Developmental Diagnosis Program. Offers Autism Diagnosis, Applied Behavior Analysis, Behavior Therapy and Counseling within our Autism Specific Program. Serves children with autism and immediate families with Social Skills Groups, Sibling Support Groups, and Supportive Family Therapy to help support parents and others in the home. Specializes in clinic and home sessions to remove barriers to service and improve transfer of skills to real-world situations.

Applied Behavioral Analysis
Autism Therapy
Behavior Modification
Behavioral Learning Therapy
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
Developmental Disabilities Behavior Management Programs
Early Intervention for Children with Disabilities/Delays
Family Counseling
Health/Disability Related Counseling/Therapy
Home Based Mental Health Services
Individual and Family Support Services
Life Skills Education
Outpatient Mental Health Facilities
Social Learning
Social Skills Training
Source: University of New Mexico, Center for Development and Disability
Last Updated: 12/13/2019

Espanola, NM

Organization Name: LAS CUMBRES COMMUNITY SERVICES, INC
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Address:
104 N Coronado Avenue
Espanola, NM 87532
Phone: 505-747-4715
Fax: 505-747-4524
Services Provided: Las Cumbres Adult Services division offers a number of integrated programs that provide residential, employment, day habilitation and community membership opportunities to adults with developmental disabilities in Rio Arriba, Los Alamos, and northern Santa Fe Counties. Las Cumbres offers adults with developmental disabilities the opportunity to live as independently as possible while actively participating in community life. Services aim to enhance quality of life through improvements in the following areas: self-sufficiency exposure to a wide variety of life experiences involvement in their community health and safety ability to develop social relationships self-confidence problem-solving and conflict resolution skills Individuals receive staff assistance at whatever level they need and prefer in consonance with their personal needs, desires, and vision for their future. Supported Living offers round-the-clock services enabling adults with developmental disabilities to live in a home setting. Customized In Home Support staff provide comprehensive supports to clients living in their own homes or with family members. Community Integrated Employment provides ongoing services to persons with disabilities who could not otherwise maintain paid employment in regular, integrated work settings in the community. Day Habilitation provides adults with disabilities a safe, supportive environment where they can learn new skills, socialize with peers, and engage in new activities. Customized Community supports engages clients in activities that promote self-determination, increase independence, bring enjoyment, and enhance the persons ability to interact with and contribute to their community.

Adapted Exercise Equipment
Adolescent/Youth Counseling/Therapy
Assistive Technology Equipment
Assistive Technology Information
Assistive Technology Training
Bereavement Counseling
Career Counseling
Centers for Independent Living
Daily Living Aids
Developmental Assessment
Developmental Disabilities Behavior Management Programs
Developmental Disabilities Day Habilitation Programs
Disability Related Center Based Employment
Disability Related Transportation
Evaluation for Assistive Technology
General Counseling/Therapy Services
Home Based Mental Health Services
Home/Community Based Developmental Disabilities Programs
Independent Living Skills Instruction
Individual Counseling/Therapy
Information and Referral
Job Retraining
Job Search/Placement
Job Training Formats
Mental Health Evaluation
Mental Health Information/Education
Mental Health Support Services
Outpatient Mental Health Facilities
Physical Therapy
Respite Care
Semi-Independent Living Residences for Adults with Disabilities
Speech Therapy
Supported Employment
Supported Living Services for Adults With Disabilities
Transitional Housing/Shelter
Vocational Education
Source: University of New Mexico, Center for Development and Disability
Last Updated: 2/7/2020
Address:
404 Hunter Street
Espanola, NM 87532
Phone: 505-753-4123
Toll Free Phone: 800-830-6017
Fax: 505-753-6947
Wheelchair Access: Ramps
Services Provided: The location at 404 Hunter Street in Espanola offers the following services: The Behavioral Health services at Las Cumbres offer a prevention-based program that promotes healthy attachment and social-emotional development in children prenatal to age 6 and their families. Services include: Infant mental health services MiHijito/MiHijita group Play therapy Parenting with Confidence group Couples counseling and family therapy Fatherhood Program Dialectical Behavior Therapy Therapeutic Behavioral Respite Safe Exchange/Supervised Visitation The Conjunto Preschool forms a major element of the agencys integrative early intervention strategy. This innovative preschool model equally blends students ages 3 and 4, one third have developmental disabilities or delays, one third have emotional special needs, and one third are considered as developing normally. The program promotes self-esteem, cooperative behaviors, and the constructive expression of feelings, as well as developmental growth in language, cognition, motor and self-help skills. The Family, Infant, Toddler FIT program provides a continuum of integrated developmental and therapeutic services to families who have concerns about the development of their young child ages birth to 3. FIT is part of a statewide program that provides early intervention services to infants and toddlers who have or are at risk for delays in development. This programs goal is to strengthen the capacity of families to meet the developmental and health-related needs of their infant or toddler. The FIT staff works with children and their families to achieve optimal physical, emotional, social, and cognitive development. Families also are encouraged and mentored by staff to develop healthy, positive, and nurturing relationships with their children. Services include: Evaluation and assessment Developmental consultation and counseling Family education Home visits Community Resource Center of materials on child development Speech, occupational, and/or physical therapy The Fatherhood Program Padres Unidos focuses on helping men become engaged, committed, and responsible fathers to their children. The program welcomes any father of any age and any background with any needs. The program consists of three parts: An education and support group centered on parenting skills, co-parenting communication, child development, discipline techniques, father rights, legal rights and responsibilities, and supporting a healthy parent child relationship Individual, couples, and family therapy Case management services to help fathers with such issues as education enrollment, resume building, job searches, and resource allocation 10/16/2012

Adapted Exercise Equipment
Adapted Toys
Adolescent/Youth Counseling/Therapy
Assistive Technology Equipment
Assistive Technology Information
Assistive Technology Training
Bereavement Counseling
Career Counseling
Centers for Independent Living
Child Abuse Counseling
Child Sexual Abuse Counseling
Daily Living Aids
Developmental Assessment
Developmental Disabilities Behavior Management Programs
Developmental Disabilities Day Habilitation Programs
Disability Related Center Based Employment
Disability Related Transportation
Early Identification Programs
Early Intervention for Children with Disabilities/Delays
Evaluation for Assistive Technology
Expectant/New Parent Assistance
Family Counseling
Friendly Visiting
General Counseling/Therapy Services
General Expectant/New Parent Assistance Programs
Home Based Mental Health Services
Home/Community Based Developmental Disabilities Programs
Independent Living Skills Instruction
Individual Counseling/Therapy
Information and Referral
Job Retraining
Job Search/Placement
Job Training Formats
Library Services
Mental Health Evaluation
Mental Health Information/Education
Mental Health Support Services
Outpatient Mental Health Facilities
Physical Therapy
Respite Care
Semi-Independent Living Residences for Adults with Disabilities
Speech Therapy
Sports/Leisure Aids
Supported Employment
Supported Living Services for Adults With Disabilities
Transitional Housing/Shelter
Vocational Education
Source: University of New Mexico, Center for Development and Disability
Last Updated: 2/7/2020

Santa Fe, NM

Organization Name: LAS CUMBRES COMMUNITY SERVICES, INC
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Address:
805 Early Street, Suite B-102
Santa Fe, NM 87505
Phone: 505-955-0410
Fax: 505-955-8577
Services Provided: The Community Infant Program CIP provides comprehensive therapeutic home-based and center-based services with a focus on the social emotional and mental health of infants pre-natal to three and their parents and caregivers in Santa Fe County. Licensed Masters-level therapists provide assessment, intervention, education, and treatment through home visits or in groups held on site. Through involvement with CIP, most parents and/or caregivers show much greater understanding of their child's behavior, development, and non-verbal cues. They are better able to respond appropriately to their child's emotional needs, and feel a greater sense of competence and satisfaction in their role as parents. Services include: Infant mental health home- and center-based individual services Mother-infant groups Infant, parent, and/or family therapy Circle of Security parenting Dialectical Behavior Therapy with trained therapists Concrete assistance

Bereavement Counseling
Child Abuse Counseling
Child Sexual Abuse Counseling
Developmental Assessment
Early Identification Programs
Early Intervention for Children with Disabilities/Delays
Home Based Mental Health Services
Individual Counseling
Mental Health Evaluation
Mental Health Information/Education
Source: University of New Mexico, Center for Development and Disability
Last Updated: 2/7/2020