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Description

Home and Community Treatment (HCT) is offered to children and young adults’ ages 0 to 21 years in the greater Portland area. HCT is an intensive, short-term treatment that is completed in the client’s home and community. This service pairs a master’s level clinician (LCSW, LCPC, LMSW-cc, or LCPC-c) with a bachelor’s level Behavioral Health Professional (BHP) for a complete wrap-around service. HCT lasts less than 6 months, and often involves 5 to 15 hours of treatment per week. The treatment is individualized to meet the needs of the client and their family, and can address issues such as behavioral or mental health concerns, oppositional behaviors, depression and anxiety symptoms, emotional regulation, family dynamic concerns, suicidal and self-harm behaviors, and a variety of other mental health issues that are identified during the comprehensive assessment period. Referrals often come from the family’s case managers, but HCT services are a self-referred service, so families can contact Port Resources directly and ask for an HCT referral packet.

Port Resources’ Community-Based Services

Serving Children and Teens with: 

  • Behavioral concerns
  • Mental health diagnoses
  • Intellectual and developmental disabilities

Specialized Services include: 

  • Dual diagnosis (IDD/MH)
  • Family therapy
  • Positive support plans
  • Trauma-informed treatment
  • Evidence-based treatment
  • Co-occurring capable treatment

 

Referral Process

Referrals can be made to Julie Paine, Administrative Coordinator

  • Phone: (207) 828–0048 ext. 179
  • Email:  acoffey@portresources.org