What makes our company’s community intervention program unique is that since 1988, most of the qualified behavioral health paraprofessionals hired have been licensed practical nurses. As such, not only are they able to provide the usual case management activities involving client advocacy, but also as licensed medical personnel, they are in the unique position of being able to detect early the warning signs that typically occur just as a client with co-occurring disorders is beginning to relapse into his or her illness. Acting on the orders of our psychiatric team, these nurses can often act immediately to forestall the progression of the illness and an expensive, unnecessary inpatient stay. Non-medical qualified behavioral health paraprofessionals and peer support staff are essential to the treatment team as well. All admissions into this program are at the discretion of the Clinical Director and/or your clinician.