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Adult Mental Health Services

MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES
Four Corners Community Behavioral Health (FCCBH) currently provides comprehensive mental health services for adults, youth and children who are eligible for Medicaid, Medicare and several other insurances who reside in Carbon, Emery and Grand Counties. FCCBH also provides Crisis Services for all residents of Carbon, Emery and Grand Counties, regardless of insurance coverage or ability to pay for services. FCCBH is very proactive in finding and developing funding for services for our citizens, so inquire about availability of services for individuals who have no insurance or other payment source.

Adult Services

Out-patient Services
Out-patient services are available for adults. Out-patient services include individual and group therapy, individual and group behavior management, case management, peer support, psycho-social rehabilitation and medication evaluation and management.
Residential Support Services
FCCBH provides residential supported living facilities for adults with two facilities, The Friendship Center in Price and The Willows in Moab. FCCBH also coordinates housing placements in privately owned rental units in Price and Moab.

In-patient Services
In-patient services are offered to adults experiencing a need for psychiatric services, when these services cannot safely be provided in an out-patient setting. A multidisciplinary diagnostic and treatment team will assist the individual in identifying the need for in-patient services. In-patient services are provided by various hospitals along the Wasatch Front in Utah.

Psychosocial Rehabilitation
PSR services are basic skills develop services provided to adults in an individual or group setting, day-programs, residential programs or other appropriate settings. These services assist individuals in developing basic living skills.

Clubhouse/Day-Program Services
FCCBH offers resources to help members meet their basic needs, such as meals, showers, laundry, mail, computer access, and human companionship. It also offers referrals for counseling and medication, as well as assistance in finding housing and employment. Meetings for members and staff are held every weekday morning at 9:00 a.m. Various educational groups and employment support meetings occur throughout the rest of the work-ordered day. The clubhouse/day program is staffed by specifically trained personnel and, when possible, by individuals who have themselves experienced mental illness and have undergone training to help others. Membership is open to anyone who has mental illness as primary diagnosis, is more than 18 years old and referred by the local FCCBH clinic.

Case-Management
Case management services are available to assist clients in gaining access to needed medical, social, educational and other services. Case management ensures coordination between all agencies and providers involved with a client’s treatment.

Peer Support Services
Peer support services are available for adults to provide support for recovery and assist with motivation for treatment and compliance with medication.

Medication Evaluation & Management Services
These services are provided to adults whose treatment includes the need for prescribing, administering, monitoring and reviewing medication.  These services may be provided by a psychiatrist, advanced practice registered nurse, or a physician’s assistant.