127 Johnny Cake Hill Road
Middletown, Rhode Island 02842
401.846.1213
Fax 401.848.9151
 

CIS is a comprehensive continuum of community-based mental health services for treating severely emotionally and behaviorally disturbed youths. The key purpose of CIS is to provide community-based alternatives to psychiatric hospitalization and out-of-home placements. CIS is intended as an acute care program with intensive clinical and supportive services provided to the youths and their families. Service intensity is defined by the level-of-care standards that are determined using functional assessment measures.

CIS offers an array of therapeutic, clinical, services which include 24 hour crisis assessment/intervention, crisis stabilization, psychiatric/medication evaluation, family assessment or re-assessment, and development of individualized treatment plans. Intensive therapeutic treatment may include medication management, individual, family and group therapy, and therapeutic case management.

Non-clinical services that are supportive of the overall behavioral treatment plan and may be supportive, directive, skill building, or coordinating, may also be offered. These include service coordination and integration and coordination with other providers, other payers, or other systems of care such as DCYF, courts, CEDARRS Family Centers, etc.

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