New Hope of Arizona, Inc. is a Behavioral Health Outpatient clinic offering an outreach, screening, assessment and treatment planning process that results in a family focused, strengths-based treatment for the individual and family. Services will be tailored to meet the individual's needs; a qualified staff member will be available to provide service during the day, evening, weekend and/or holiday hours when needed. Intake for the individual shall be by appointment only.
New Hope of Arizona, Inc. serves as a generalist Direct Support Provider for Meet Me Where I Am (MMWIA) designated to meet the support and rehabilitation needs of individuals and families with the most complex and challenging needs. We provide support and rehabilitation services to individuals and families, as determined on an individualized basis, in an effort to help them live successfully in their natural community or return to their natural community from a higher level of care.
New Hope of Arizona, Inc. practices underneath core principles by providing Outpatient services and by working with individuals through collaboration with the Child and Family Teams. New Hope of Arizona, Inc. will work to ensure that each individual and their families are integral participants in designing and implementing treatment strategies along with evaluating outcomes. Services will be provided in the most appropriate setting, which may often be in the individual's natural living environment or community.
Recent trends in services and supports for families with behavioral needs and developmental disabilities have emphasized a change toward individual and family centered assessment, strengths-based planning, quality of life outcomes; interagency and inter-professional cooperation of community based treatment and supports. These principles have allowed New Hope of Arizona, Inc. to provide a quality of service to individuals and their families.
Off Site Services
New Hope of Arizona, Inc. will provide majority of services within the natural living environment and community of the individual's and their families. Services that may be offered in the home/community may include Behavior Coaching, Mentoring, Respite, Individual, Group and/or Family counseling. The Outpatient clinic will be available for any delivered services needed upon the family's request.
Description of Services Provided
Clients/consumers may receive guidance and facilitation in personal issues or concerns through Individual, Group and/or Family Counseling. The counseling sessions may address a broad spectrum of issues including but not limited to: anxiety, depression, self-esteem, social skills, trauma and opposition/defiance. The type and/or amount of counseling offered to an individual, family or group may also be determined by the needs of each individual client/consumer, family and/or treatment team.
- Individual Counseling: 1-2 sessions per week
- Group Counseling: 1-2 sessions per week
- Family Counseling: 1-2 sessions per week
In-Home/Out of Home Respite
Respite services provide a safe environment that addresses individual life skills, social interaction skills with peers, and developmentally appropriate activities throughout the year.
Behavioral Health Residential Facility (Therapeutic Group Home)
Behavioral Health Residential Services provides a structured treatment setting with twenty-four (24) hour supervision and counseling or other therapeutic activities for persons who do not require on-site medical services, under the supervision of an on-site or on-call behavioral health professional.
Behavior Coaching Services
Behavior Coaching services are intended to focus on but not limited to providing de-escalation techniques, developing positive coping skills, improving positive peer interaction, self-care, improving self-esteem, decreasing self-harm.
Mentoring services includes the provision of education, coaching, training, demonstration and other services including but not limited to securing and maintaining employment, career advancement, resume building, self-care, self-esteem and independent living skills.
Life Skills Development
While with New Hope of Arizona, Inc. individuals are meant to acquire knowledge and life skills by receiving guidance and assistance to become productive and valued members in their natural community. The guidance and assistance can be, but are not limited to:
- After school tutoring/mentoring
- Socialization skills
- Self-help assistance related to personal and physical needs and routine daily living skills
- Self-help assistance related to shopping, access and use of community resources, and community survival skills
- Increase/maintain adaptive skills to reside and participate successfully with his/her family in his/her community
- Assistance in Self-Administration of Medication
- Community integration
- Resume building skills
- Job readiness skills
- Money management
- Public transportation
Population served included males and females between the ages of 0 and 17 and also those individuals between the ages of 18 and 30 with Behavioral Health disorders. Services may include the individualís families and/or their support systems.