Assertive community treatment
Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) is an evidence based practice that improves outcomes for people with severe and chronic mental illness who are most at-risk of homelessness, psychiatric crises and hospitalization, involvement in the criminal justice system. ACT is a client driven , multidisciplinary team approach that provides community-based flexible treatment and support 24/7. Team members have backgrounds in social work, nursing, psychiatry, substance abuse treatment, mental health therapy and case management Learn More →
The purpose of the Psycho-Social Rehabilitation Program (PSR) is to provide services for clients who suffer severe mental illness due to an intervening traumatic life event: Emotional Trauma, T.B.I. (Traumatic Brain Injury), Alcoholism, and Substance Abuse.
We can help restore an individual's ability for independent living, improved socialization and managing their symptoms of mental illness... Learn More →
Adult DRUG COURT
The Taos Adult Drug Court Program is designed to provide community based treatment and intensive supervision to selected offenders who are identified as having substance abuse issues. Drug Court channels non-violent defendants arrested on specified felony offenses into a comprehensive program of substance abuse treatment, case management, supervision, and rehabilitation . Learn More →
The Tri County Road Runners is a weekly scheduled outing event hosted by caring and devoted staff of Tri-County Behavioral Health.It is intended for clients in need of a fun, yet casual and relaxing social environment.For those who feel the need to increase socialization and decrease isolation.For those who want to explore the community, make new friends, share experiences and support one another.
Intensive outpatient services
Intensive Outpatient Services (IOP) provides recovery support for individuals battling addiction and alcoholism. It is "intense" providing 9 hours of care weekly. Groups are 3 hours each. They occur on Monday Tuesday, and Thursday 3-6pm. Often people want to remain in their community and with family while trying to recover from addition. Our groups provide skills, education, resources, and support to do this effectively. We incorporate the latest in brain-based recovery research, interventions trauma informed, and evidence ... Learn More →