At Hope Network, we are dedicated to providing uniquely coordinated behavioral health services, across a spectrum of diagnoses and treatments, all across Michigan.
With more than 1,000 healthcare professionals, we are dedicated to providing the highest level of integrated care for people with mental illness and developmental disabilities. Anytime, anywhere for anyone.
Assertive Community Treatment (ACT)
The primary goal of Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) is to provide intensive and highly integrated services. The ACT program serves outpatient consumers whose symptoms of mental illness result in serious functioning difficulties in several major areas of life, often including work, social relationships, residential independence, money management, and physical health and wellness. The amount, scope, and expected duration of services are outlined in each consumer’s individual treatment plan.
Integrated Dual Diagnosis Treatment (IDDT)
We strive to improve the quality of life for people with co-occurring severe mental and substance use disorders by combining substance abuse services with mental health services.
Animal Assisted Therapy (AAT)
Offered at our Saginaw Enhanced Outpatient program, Animal Assisted Therapy (AAT) is a form of therapy that plays on the human-animal bond. In addition to the calming effect an animal can provide, certain activities can dramatically impact a person’s wellbeing when expertly coordinated. To learn more, click here.
Managing care is a collaborative process of assessment, planning, facilitation (linking and brokering), care coordination, evaluation, and advocacy for options and services. We are best able to meet an individual’s and family’s comprehensive health needs through communication and available resources. This is done to promote quality, cost-effective outcomes.
Crisis Residential Services
Crisis Residential Services are intended to provide a short-term alternative to inpatient psychiatric hospitalization for individuals experiencing an acute psychiatric crisis when clinically indicated. Services are designed for a subset of individuals who meet psychiatric inpatient admission criteria or are at risk of admission, but who can be appropriately served in settings less intensive than a hospital. The goal of Crisis Residential Services is to facilitate reduction in the intensity of those factors that lead to crisis residential admission through the person-centered and recovery/resilience oriented approach. Services are designed to resolve the immediate crisis and improve the functioning level of the individuals served to allow them to return to a less intensive community living as soon as possible. Group and individual treatment are provided by a comprehensive treatment team, including peer support specialists, social workers, nurses, and psychiatrists.
Mobile Crisis Services
Mobile Crisis Services are a comprehensive, community-based service offering immediate response, 24 hours per day, seven days per week, for both adults and adolescents experiencing a mental health crisis. Mobile Crisis Response is a team of clinical professionals trained specifically to work with individuals and their families. They are skilled in crisis intervention, clinical assessment addressing serious mental health issues, developing crisis safety plans to address risks and behaviors associated with mental health and substance use issues.
The primary goal of Crisis Stabilization Services is to stabilize acute symptoms of mental illness, alcohol and other drug use, and emotional distress, or in response to act of domestic violence or abuse/neglect.
We offer services that have the goal of reducing the use and or abuse of drugs. Also, our programs enhance the knowledge of individuals and families about the ill effects of substance use and the risk associated with tobacco, alcohol, and other drugs.
Residential treatment settings offer personal care and community living supports that accommodate up to six residents. Our direct care staff has the experience and training needed to provide care for individuals with mental illness and/or developmental disabilities. Care is structured so individuals can enter at any point in the spectrum and move throughout our programs as they become more independent and in control of their lives.
Community Housing/Supported Living
Community Housing Services are a less intensive, residential service which are staffed 24 hours each day, seven days each week. Community Housing service programs maintain a specialized, residential adult foster care license. Community Housing/Supported Living is addresses the desires, goals, strengths, abilities, needs, health and safety, and life span issues.The services are provided in partnership with individuals and are designed to assist the person served achieve success in and satisfaction with community living.
Community Living Supports
Community Living Supports assist persons who live outside of a group setting—with their family in in their own home. Services are based on the persons served needs. Generally, Community Living Supports are offered a few hours a day, a few days each week. Community Living Services address the desires, goals, strengths, abilities, needs, health and safety, and life span issues of persons served. The services are provided in partnership with individuals and are designed to assist the person served achieve success in and satisfaction with community living.
Hope Network’s Side By Side program provides adult day services and enrichment activities for older adults with age-onset disabilities, such as dementia, Alzheimer’s, or other cognitive impairments. The purpose of this program is to maintain or improve their physical and cognitive skill set, which in turn improves quality of life, and delays nursing home placement.
To learn more about Side by Side, click here.
Supported Employment/Individual Placement and Support (SE/IPS)
SE/IPS is an evidence-based practice that helps people with mental illness and other disabilities identify and acquire part-time or full-time jobs of their choice in the community with rapid job-search and placement services. It emphasizes that work is not the result of treatment and recovery but integral to both.
SE/IPS is very different from traditional vocational rehabilitation. It also emphasizes consumer choice as well as time-unlimited and individualized follow-along services, among other components that are described below.
- Employment in competitive jobs
- Number of hours worked
- Amount of income earned in competitive jobs
- Dependence upon public systems of care
- Symptoms of mental illness
- Stigma in the community about mental illness
Competitive employment improves:
- Self-management of mental health symptoms
- Independent living
Community Employment Services
Community Employment assists individuals in obtaining successful community employment opportunities that are responsive to their choices and preferences using a strengths based approach promoting choice and community integration.
Hope Network has outpatient services for children, adolescents, and adults across Michigan. We offer a comprehensive assessment to identify unique abilities, strengths and weaknesses, mental health and behavioral challenges, personality variables, relationship and family issues, and environmental factors that may be affecting people’s lives. Our experts focus on practical treatment approaches that address each person’s unique needs and abilities. We help individuals enhance the quality of their lives, maximize their potential, learn new skills to optimize their functioning, and improve their relationships. Call 855.922.2282 to get in touch with our team. Click here to view our locations across the state.
For more information on Residential Services, call our Grand Rapids office at 616.726.5165 or Pontiac office at 248.338.7458, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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