Programs

counseling depression misa

ADULT OUTPATIENT PROGRAM (AOP)
AOP is offered to adults facing emotional/mental health difficulties that are interfering with daily functioning, such as the inability to perform at work or school, feeling overwhelmed by their normal daily routine, or having frequent thoughts of suicide. This program offer comprehensive individualize approach to treatment; and it is dedicated to improving our clients’ quality of life by providing the support and tools for successful resilience and recovery.

MENTAL HEALTH CASE COORDINATION (MHCC)
MHCC features intensive treatment, which is more concentrated than traditional outpatient counseling. We provide a broad range of outpatient consultation, evaluation and treatment interventions for emotional, psychological or cognitive problems of adults. Preceded by mental health assessment, MHCC is structured to provide medication evaluation and monitoring, in addition to individual and group therapeutic activities. Emphasis is laid on diagnosis, therapy, coping skills, education, medication assessment/ monitoring, coordination with community (employer or school) and referral to appropriate community resources.

Psychosocial Rehabilitation
Psychosocial rehabilitation service is the process of restoration of community functioning and well-being of an individual who have major psychotic disorders and functional impairments equivalent to the federal definition of severe and persistent mental illness to capitalize on personal strengths, to develop coping strategies and skills to deal with deficits, and to develop a supportive environment in which to function as independently as possible.
It is evidenced based guided, oriented toward empowerment, recovery, competency and intended to be a transitional level of care based on the individual’s recovery and resiliency goals. Furthermore, it is collaborative, person-directed, individualized and focus on helping individuals develop skills and access resources needed to increase their capacity to be successful and satisfied in the living, working, learning and social environments of their choice.

HOMELSS-PATH: (H-PATH)
H-PATH program provides support service delivery to individuals with serious mental illness as well as individuals with co-occurring substance use disorder who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless. Special consideration is given to war veterans, senior citizens who are 60 years and above and students who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless.

DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES SERVICE FACILITATION (DDSF)
DDSF program, empower and promotes the wellness of our clients through effective day-to-day oversight and administration of the client’s service plan. A client- centered case management services is designed to help clients and their family members to gain access to, and benefit from available Waiver and other Medicaid State Plan services, including: medical, social, educational etc. within the community. Effective Referral,, Linkage and Support services are provided to promote client’s independent living.


Early Intervention
Early Intervention New Choice Intervention, Inc. provides Early Intervention services to infants and toddlers (Ages 0 – 3) who have delays in development or who are at risk of developmental delays. The Early Intervention Program supports families in promoting their child’s optimal development and facilitates the child’s participation in family and community activities. Families are provided with clinical and therapeutic education on how to play with their children in ways that will help them learn essential skills of life.

Early intervention services are developmental and are designed to meet an infant’s and toddler’s development needs in any one or more of the following domain areas:

  • Physical development (movement)
  • Cognitive development (learning)
  • Communication development (interaction)
  • Social or emotional development (behavior)
  • Adaptive development (use of existing skills)

Mentoring Program: (A New Me)
Early Intervention New Choice mentoring program (A New Me) is a structured and trusting relationship that brings young people together with caring individuals who volunteers their time to offer guidance, support and encouragement aimed at developing the competence and character of the mentee.

It is a developmental partnership through which the mentor shares his/her knowledge, skills, information and perspective to foster the personal and professional growth of the mentee. We all have a need for insight that is outside of our normal life and educational experience. “A New Me” creates a one-of-a-kind opportunity to meet this need via collaboration, goal achievement and problem solving. It is a therapeutic intervention that bridges the gap that exists in the life of the children of incarcerated parents, children of disabled parents and the juvenile in justice system that lives in the City of Harvey and its surrounding suburbs as well as Chicago far south neighborhoods.

The goal is to benefit the mentee socially, emotionally, and academically with the ultimate of becoming a better and productive citizens – (evolving a new self).

“A New Me” services include: computer literacy, recreational and sports activities, leadership skills, independent living skills training, counseling services, money management, summer program, Arts & Culture, after school / weekend activities, college tours, etc.