Outpatient services encompasses a range of services including short-term and long-term treatments that vary with the diagnosis and severity of illness, as well as the coping skills and support systems available to the consumer.
Behavioral Health Rehabilitation Services (BHRS) - These services include a range of primarily individualized behavior management, treatment and rehabilitation services provided in community settings.
Family Based Mental Health Services (FBMHS) are intensive, mobile, team-delivered services for children and adolescents rendered in the home and community.
Holcomb offers a comprehensive crisis care system that provides consumers a minimally intrusive set of interventions to assist consumers who are experiencing a mental health or psychosocial crisis.
Holcomb provides a variety of clinical assessments, many for individuals with forensic involvement.
Psychiatric rehabilitation services assist individuals, 18 years or older, with functional disabilities resulting from mental illness, to develop, enhance and/or retain: psychiatric stability, social competencies, personal adjustment and/or independent living competencies so that they experience more success and satisfaction in the environments of their choice and can function as independently as possible.
Holcomb maintains several types of residential service options based on the level of support and type of environment needed by a client.
The agency provides a wide range of non-treatment psychosocial supports that complement formal treatment services.
Holcomb provides formal educational opportunities for graduate level students to obtain clinical field placements and provides formal prevention interventions to the community to assist individuals to become more resilient with the goal to avoid the need for future behavioral health treatment.