Through our commitment to providing quality services, NHSS seeks to promote independence, increase daily living skills and personal empowerment, and improve the quality of life for individuals in the community with special needs.
Mobile Crisis Response provides rapid response to individuals while they are experiencing a mental health crisis at home, work or in the community. The goal is to assist the individual and their supports with the de-escalation of the crisis and provide care coordination for stabilization with the next level of care.
Community Stabilization services are services provided to individuals while in the community with the goal of assisting individuals in maintaining stabilization while transitioning to between services.
One-on-one mental health training and reinforcements to assist individuals in developing and regaining independent living skills. These services are also useful when transitioning from in-patient back to the community or from a higher level of mental health care services.
Group training and supports to assist individuals with education about diagnoses, socialization skills, independent living skills, and vocational education. Services are provided in as part of a structured program and coordinated to meet the individual’s service needs.
Individual and Group therapy sessions to assist individuals in learning to cope with stressors and managing their mental health.