Seedlinks Behavior Management
It is our mission to assertively and professionally produce long-term services for the families and communities we serve in order to efficiently initiate access to recovery and mental health care.
Assertive Community Treatment (ACT)
Assertive Community Treatment, or ACT, is a way of delivering a full range of services to people who have been diagnosed with a serious mental illness. ACT’s goal is to give clients adequate community care and to help them have a life that isn’t dominated by their diagnosis.
Mental Health Service (MHS)
Mental Health Rehabilitation, or MHR, services for adults with mental illness and children with emotional or behavioral disorders are home and community-based services which are needed to reduce the disability resulting from mental illness and assist in the recovery and resiliency of the recipient.
Family Stability Classes
our focus is on empowering our clients to function through life’s adversities and building healthy relationships. We provide a support system and provide classes on effective parenting, curving domestic violence and conflict resolution which enable our clients to be more productive members of their family and in society
Crisis Intervention (CI)
Crisis Intervention, or CI, is intended to provide short-term and intensive supportive resources for the youth and his/her family. The intent of this service is to provide crisis intervention services for the family in order to avoid psychiatric inpatient and institutional treatment of the youth by responding to potential crisis situations.
To educate all segments of the communities we serve about mental health, the process of coping with recovery, as well as the consequences of untreated addiction and mental illness.
- To provide families and communities with recovery support service and a tailored recovery commitment within a safe and nurturing environment.
- To collaborate with community entities to facilitate access to resources for SeedLinks Behavior Management families; and to help families establish a strong support system to reduce the risk of relapse.
- To educate families about addiction, long-term recovery, and to initiate awareness of the disease of addiction.