In-Home Behavioral Health Program

In-Home Behavioral Health Program supports parents involved with the Washington County Department of Social Services (DSS) with the goal of improving parenting skills and knowledge which will enable children to remain safely in their homes or be returned to their homes.

Case managers work collaboratively with the DSS case worker to develop a family services plan, then the PCMS case manager works independently to provide services to the family unit. The PCMS case manager provides the DSS case workers with reports that emphasize the successes that are made toward becoming a healthier family unit.

A parenting component is used for those families identified as needing extra parenting skills and support.

For more information, contact us.

Portrait of Child and Adolescent Mental Health Care Coordination program manager Sherry.

Sherry Thomas

Child & Family Services Associate Director