Spring River Mental Health & Wellness, Inc.'s professional staff have been trained to help you identify the issues confronting you and develop a plan to help you find relief. Outpatient care includes individual, family, couples, group, psychotherapy, psychiatry and psychological testing and evaluations.
Substance Use Treatment
Substance Use Disorder is viewed on a continuum; from mild, moderate to severe use. Our treatment providers, for those who are dealing with an alcohol and/or drug related issue, understand this and will work with you to develop a plan of action that works best for you and your family. Substance Use treatment may be a service provided alone, or if needed, can be provided in conjunction with other mental health services. Substance abuse treatment sessions are delivered individually, with family, as a couple, or in group.
Explorers Therapeutic Preschool is designed for children living in Cherokee County, Kansas ages 3-5 years old. It focuses on social skills and academic preparation skills, using a specialized mental health psychosocial rehabilitation group model. We have a number of different learning centers including: art, reading/language, make believe/dress-up, music, housekeeping, building/construction and free play. This groups works on self-esteem, positive self image, social interaction skills and creative expression.
Child Psychosocial Rehabilitation
Pathfinders is a psychosocial rehabilitation group for children ages 5-18 years old. This program serves children and adolescents who have special behavioral and/or emotional difficulties and social skill needs. Our after-school program and summer program is designed to challenge these youth to achieve individualized goals while in a structured group setting. Pathfinders works on improving social skills, communication, problem solving, anger management, self-control, emotion identification, increasing self-esteem and positive peer interaction.
Adult Psychosocial Rehabilitation
Adult psychosocial rehabilitation group assists individual’s with serious and persistent mental illness to alleviate social isolation, develop supportive relationships, and to learn necessary activities of daily living. Persons are also educated about and practice basic health care, functional leisure activities, and encouraged to practice social skills in a variety of community settings.
Child & Adolescent Case Management
Child case management is an additional service that can help reduce mental health symptoms that are causing problems with functioning at school, in the home, or in the community. Case management can occur at school, in the community or at the child's home. Eligible children receiving services who meet certain qualifications can be referred for case management by their clinician.
Adult Case Management
Adult case management assists individuals and families of individuals, who suffer from a severe and persistent mental disorder to remain in their home and community. A case manager’s role includes assisting the individual by helping remove barriers to recovery, and assisting the individual in obtaining resources and services that are necessary to ensure continued individual growth.
Parent Support is provided to assist parents/guardians of children diagnosed with Serious Emotional Disturbance (SED) to help manage the many stresses involved when parenting a child suffering from SED and/or another mental health diagnosis. Parent Support also assists the family in accessing additional resources necessary for their child to function in a family, school or community setting. Additional services may include Wrap Around Facilitation, Independent Living Skills, Short Term Respite Care and Attendant Care.
Peer Support Specialist is a person that can relate to others from their own experiences and recovery from mental health challenges. Peer Support staff provide support, guidance, and understanding from the viewpoint of one that has similar lived experiences. Their role is to help create a support system that understands what it feels like to experience a major mental illness; to reduce the feeling of being alone and misunderstood, as well as to help you learn to advocate for your own mental health needs. Referral for this service is from your therapist or case manager.
Spring River Mental Health provides many different types of evaluations; including, psychological, court ordered, competency to stand trial, law enforcement employment and DUI evaluations. To find out more specific information regarding these services please call one of our offices, Riverton 620-848-2300 or Columbus 620-429-1860.