Access To Services
Our goal at Enliven is to wrap services around our clients that will benefit them. We focus on the optimal treatment to suit the particular needs of the individual, with a focus on youth-based programs. Treatment planning is based on a thorough assessment of the client’s biological and psychosocial presentation.
We have a no closed door approach. We don’t turn anyone away and will provide our clients the right assistance for every youth or family that comes through our doors, with access to services in Nevada from The Children’s Cabinet.
- Case management
- Individual and family support
- Individual, family and group therapy
- Education and employment support services
- Med management
We provide support in the following areas:
- Detection and early intervention can limit or eliminate psychosis
- Using the right language as a purposeful tool emphasizing recovery and hope
- Education and employment support are important factors
- Family and other natural supports are part of a person’s success
Our goals are to:
- Reduce the duration of untreated psychosis through early and appropriate detection and response, thereby potentially reducing the severity of the illness.
- Minimize the disruption in the lives of adolescents and young adults who experience psychosis so they can live their lives in a healthy, responsible manner, and maintain educational, vocational, social and other roles.
- Minimize the societal impact of psychosis including reducing demand in other areas of the mental health, health and social service systems and reducing disruption in the lives of families
- Wrap services centered around the person and family. Clients are engaged in their own care and treatment. Families are engaged in the client’s care as much as possible.
- Provide services that are youth friendly, age-appropriate and sensitive to gender and culture.
- Support services in recovering and maintaining age-appropriate social roles (e.g., going to school and maintaining a job).
- Link to other services and supports in the community, particularly primary care.
- Provide treatment in the least restrictive and stigmatizing setting. Home-based treatment may be appropriate for adolescents and young adults.