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Behavioral/Mental Health Supports | Hope Community Resources

 

 

Behavioral/Mental Health Supports

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Behavioral/Mental Health Supports

We recognize that everyone benefits from support to live a healthy and productive life. Individuals who experience an intellectual or developmental disability can experience behavioral challenges that stem from a variety of issues, including mental health challenges. We are committed to meeting their needs whenever possible.

 

Behavioral Health

We employ several well trained and qualified Behavioral Support Specialists, who assist individual support teams in identifying and developing appropriate, meaningful and sustainable behavior supports that are aligned with our values. We utilize effective positive behavior support models that fit well into our person-centered planning process. 

Once developed, these strategies are then integrated into the person’s overall support plan to assist them in leading a full life.

 

Mental Health

The mental health support team specializes in supporting people who are dually diagnosed with intellectual and developmental disabilities and experience a mental health challenge.

Assisting individuals in developing healthy, sustainable relationships, while learning to live with mental health challenges and a developmental disability is our goal. Services include clinical assessment, individual/group/family therapy, and individual/group skill development activities.

Please contact Ronnie Reynolds at lreynolds@hopealaska.org or by phone at 907-433-4901 for more information on the services we have to offer. If you looking to make a referral for mental health services you can email or call the team at mhreferrals@hopealaska.org or 433-1732.