"My boys have been able to hit milestones because of the help from Laurel Life Staff."
330 EAST JOHN STREET
BEDFORD, PA 15522
2020 SOUTH QUEEN STREET
YORK, PA 17403
Quick-Response In-Home Services for Children and Adolescents with Behavioral Needs
Designed to deliver precentive, in-home services, Brief Treatment is an intensice, short-term program that is ideal for individuals in need of:
Unlike residential or office-based treatments, Laurel Life's Brief Treatment Program directly addresses challenges in the home, school or community environment to promote sustainable behavior change. By targeting the individual's specific mental health needs within their own surroundings, the program is able to create a safe and caring atmosphere that positions each child for success.
A Holistic Approach
Offered as a short-range, quick start solution, the Brief Treatment program provides up to six hours of treatment each week for 36 weeks. Services focus on intensive individual therapy with the child and family treatment with any or all family members, or treatment with the child and other caregivers. This program also includes:
In addition, our mobile therapists and behavioral consultants connect individuals and their families with community agencies and resources to help them overcome obstacles and address their unique needs. Our trauma-certified clinicians also work in close collaboration with mobile and ER crisis centers in York and Adams County and are trained to provide care for trauma-related or gender identity-related issues among children, adolescents, adults and families.
Clinicians employ a variety of outcomes measurements, including satisfaction surveys, strength and difficulties questionnaires and other tools. Success is determined by the program's ability to:
Getting Started is Easy
Our abbreviated authorization process ensures a quick response to treatment needs and includes just three simple steps:
In most cases, authorization is received in as little as 7 to 10 business days.
A Lasting Impact
During the first year after discharge, participants can schedule up to three booster sessions on an as-need basis. Each session lasts for two weeks.