Puerto Rican Family Institute, Inc.: Home Based Crisis Intervention
information provided by: LifeNet, a program of the Mental Health Association of New York City
Home Based Crisis Intervention (HBCI) provides an alternative to psychiatric hospitalization and/or placements for at risk children, ages 5-17. The 4 - 6 week program consists of Interventions conducted at the family's home or other natural setting, such as a park or library. Services include: 24 hour on-call coverage, family therapy, parenting skills, medication management, assertiveness and communication skills training, and referrals to community services the family may need. Admission Procedure: clients must be deemed 'at risk of psychiatric hospitalization' by a psychiatrist in order to be admitted to the program. A psychosocial and a psychiatric evaluation are required documentation for acceptance.
9am - 5pm
North Brooklyn and Ridgewood Queens, zip codes: 11201, 11205, 11206, 11211, 11215, 11216, 11217, 11221, 11222, 11231, 11237, 11238, 11385
Adolescents; Anxiety; Attention-Deficit; Bipolar; Children; Depression; Eating Disorders; Evening Hours; Home Visits; Medication Management; No Fee; Obsessive-Compulsive; Parenting Skills; Post Traumatic Stress; Schizophrenia; Sed; Spanish; 4362285
Record last updated: Apr 30 2013 3:20PM