HNA Adult Behavioral Health Programs
Walk-in services are offered at the Agency's Community Health Center, 500 E. Chestnut Ave., Altoona, from 9 a.m. - 3 p.m. Monday - Friday.
- Psychiatric group therapy designed to increase independence and self-efficiency and reduce the need for inpatient treatment.
- Individual goals are developed.
- Interventions available are insight-oriented therapies (cognitive/behavioral); symptom management (depression, anxiety, thought disorders); skill building (anger management, assertiveness); coping skills; Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT); psycho-educational; psychotherapy; co-occurring disorders.
- Medication management is also available for those individuals admitted to the program.
Blended Case Management – Adults:
- This program provides services to adults with a serious and persistent mental illness.
- Services include assessment of strengths and needs, service/goal planning and referrals to resources.
- Services also include coordinating and linking the individual to services and resources in the community.
Drug & Alcohol:
- Partial hospital, intensive outpatient, individual and group outpatient and aftercare to individuals in need of treatment for chemical dependency and abuse.
- Group, individual and family sessions provide education regarding addiction, recovery issues and relapse prevention.
- Twelve Step recovery programs are strongly encouraged, as an adjunct to treatment.
- Co‐occurring treatment.
- DUI Groups.
Mobile Psych Rehab (MPR):
- This program consists of two (2) separate services. These two services work individually and as a team toward recovery with the individual receiving services.
- An RN works with individuals on medication management, symptom management, medication information, coping mechanisms, community resources and other applicable areas.
- An MPR specialist works on coping mechanisms, goal planning, life skills training, community involvement, and many other areas to assist the individual in becoming independent.