Outpatient Services

 

The Center offers a wide range of general outpatient services to adults and children whom have a diagnosis of serious mental illness or who have a serious emotional disturbance. The primary goal of Outpatient Services is to assist consumers to achieve, maintain, or return to an optimal level of functioning in the community, and to avoid, whenever possible, more restrictive treatment modalities. This goal is accomplished by providing a wide range of services to consumers and their families, delivered by a team of qualified staff, including therapists, nurses, case managers, psychiatrists, and nurse practitioners. Psychiatric clinics are scheduled for adults and children weekly at the outpatient clinics.

 

Family and Children’s Services                                           SPECIAL DELIVERIES PROGRAM

Special Deliveries

2300 Center Hills Drive, Building II 

Opelika, AL 36801 (334) 742-2112

 

Russell County Center

3170 Martin Luther King Jr. Pkwy, South

Phenix City, AL 36868

(334) 298-2405

 

Nan Coley-Murphy Counseling Center

1870 Alabama Highway 22 West

Alexander City, AL 35010

(256) 329-8463

 

O.D. Alsobrook Center

335 Fairfax Bypass

Valley, AL 36854

(334) 756-4117

 

 

 

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Day Services

 

Rehabilitative day services are goal-oriented and specifically designed to provide consumers who have a serious mental illness long-term recovery services with the goals of improving functioning, facilitating recovery, achieving personal life goals, regaining self-worth, optimizing illness management, and helping consumers to become productive participants in family and community life.

 

The Center provides day treatment and other therapeutic day services for children and adolescents who have been diagnosed as having a serious emotional disturbance. Program goals include maintaining community-base placements, improving functionality in the home, school and community, increasing social skills, family education opportunities, collaboration with local area schools, enhancement of basic living skills, gross and fine motor skills, leisure and recreation skills, and promoting each child's sense of dignity and self-worth.

 

Family and Children's Services

2300 Center Hills Drive, Building II

Opelika, AL 36801

(334)742-2112

 

Child and Adolescent School-Based Day Treatment

 

Child and Adolescent After-School Day Treatment

 

Therapeutic Summer Camp