How We Can Help
Mental Health Skill-Building (MHSS) services are community and home-based services designed to help clients who have long- term mental health needs. This service enables clients to maintain community stability and prevent inpatient hospitalizations. MHSS trainings are person-centered and goal-directed developed by each client.
Our Qualified Mental Health Professionals work one on one with clients in the following areas:
Mental Health Skill-Building Services
Who qualifies for this service?
To be eligible for this service, a participant must:
Have a serious mental illness or dual diagnosed with a mental illness and substance use disorder.
Show a clinical need for trainings and support with daily living skills.
Have a history including psychiatric hospitalization, residential crisis stabilization, Intensive Community Treatment (ICT) or Program of Assertive Community Treatment (PACT), placement in a psychiatric residential facility or Temporary Detention Order; and-
Have a current prescription for anti-psychotic, mood stabilizing, or antidepressant medications.
We accept: Medicaid and Self-Pay
Daily Living Skills
(self-care skills, home management, nutrition)
(budgeting, saving, making self-directed financial choices)
(attending psychiatric appointments, learning medications, reporting symptoms)
(communication skills, social skills, conflict management, coping skills)
(using community resources, public transportation, attending community outings)
(support with appointments, support with communicating with other providers, person-centered care practices)
Here are the Substance Use Services we provide:
Substance Use Services
Substance Use Assessments
An assessment is an important first step in establishing your needs. We ask questions to help us develop a plan to help you. We provide substance use assessments for legal reasons, probation/parole, family court, DUI’s, and more. Schedule your screening today. Weekend and evening appointments are available upon request.
Substance Use Counseling
We offer substance use individual and family counseling for children and adults. We provide judgment-free, therapeutic counseling services that support you on your road to recovery. Weekend and evening appointments are available upon request.
Screenings and Brief Interventions
This service is used to identify individuals at risk for alcohol or drug use problems, followed by a brief discussion between an individual and our substance use counselor. The brief intervention includes feedback about the screening results (what they mean for the patient and his/her health), advice based on medical concern and low-risk guidelines, and support for the decision of the client. Screenings and Brief Interventions are often used for teenagers and young adults to prevent the impact of substance use. Weekend and evening appointments are available upon request.
Substance Use Education Classes
*Provided upon request. Rise Behavioral Health, LLC is a SWAM certified business and looks forward to collaborating with all city, state, federal, and nonprofit organizations to provide substance use education.
Substance use education classes are offered on an as-needed basis and tailored to the requesting organizations’ need.
Contact us for rates and availability. Weekend and evening appointments are available upon request.
Individual Counseling: Individual counseling offers children and adults a safe place to explore the things in their life that may not be working for them. We work with you to explore your thoughts, feelings, and experiences to make positive changes in your life.
Group Counseling: Group counseling helps children and adults develop communication skills and socialization skills, and allows clients to learn how to express their issues and accept criticism from others. Group therapy allows individuals to develop self-awareness by listening to others with similar issues.
*Our groups run on an as needed basis. Please call to confirm available groups 757-966-1728.
*Mental health and substance use therapy groups run on an as needed basis.
In-Home Counseling: Some individuals may qualify for in-home counseling, where a counselor comes to you. Counselor's will conduct a screening and assessment to ensure this service is appropriate, safe, and benefits the client.
Telehealth Counseling: Your counseling session is completed with a counselor, over the phone or by video conferencing. Client must show they are comfortable with utilizing technology and can complete sessions in a safe, confidential place. Counselor's will conduct a screening and assessment to ensure this service is appropriate, safe, and benefits the client.