Crisis is a 24/7 service that assists in stabilizing individuals and families experiencing urgent stressful, emotional and behavioral events. Trained staff can come to your location to help stabilize the situation, develop short-term plans and provide referrals for long-term services such as counseling and in-home supports. After the event, our staff will follow-up with you to ensure your continued safety and well-being.
Contact us at: Crisis – 480-850-9230
Individual Counseling – This service offers children and adolescents a personal opportunity to receive professional support and experience change and growth during challenging times in their life. Individual counseling can help them manage many personal topics in life such as anger, depression, anxiety, substance abuse, relationship challenges, behavior problems, school difficulties, etc.
Circles of Support (COS)– This program offers a trauma-informed team approach of counseling, behavior coaching, parenting, and case management committed to helping families stay together and help prevent children from entering out of home care. The focus is on in-home services designed to help families heal from issues such as stress, domestic violence, substance use, depression, anxiety, trauma, and abuse or neglect.
School Counseling – Counselors are located at the Salt River Elementary and Accelerated Leaning Academy dedicated to providing counseling specifically to students. Counseling services include supportive counseling to help students with trauma, grief, anger, anxiety, sadness, family stress, self-esteem, and other social and emotional needs. The goal of the program is to help students feel ready to learn
The Seven Challenges – The Seven Challenges is a decision-making program based in the belief that adolescents deserve comprehensive counseling to help them identify and work on problems in their lives, including drug problems. In addition to the personal and family issues that adolescents face, they often live with racial, gender and social inequities. All too often people with drug problems are grappling with trauma and mental health issues as well. Seven Challenges helps people improve their lives through respectful, client-focused and holistic counseling.
DBT Skills Group – Dialectical behavior therapy (DBT) is a modified type of cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) that supports mental health and wellness. Its main goals are to teach adolescents how to live in the moment, develop healthy ways to cope with stress, regulate their emotions, and improve their relationships with others. Participants will learn & practice skills such as distress tolerance, mindfulness, and emotion regulation to assist in reducing self-harm behaviors and improving relationships.
Individual Counseling – is a personal opportunity to receive professional support and experience growth and change during challenging times in your life. Individual counseling can help you manage many personal topics in life such as anger, depression, anxiety, substance abuse, marriage and relationship challenges, parenting problems, school difficulties, career changes etc.
Mindfulness & Self-Care:
- DBT Skills Group: Dialectical behavior therapy (DBT) is a modified type of cognitive behavioral therapy(CBT) that supports mental health and wellness. Its main goals are to teach people how to live in the moment, develop healthy ways to cope with stress, regulate their emotions, and improve their relationships with others. Participants will learn & practice skills such as distress tolerance, mindfulness, and emotion regulation to assist in reducing self-harm behaviors and improving relationships.
Grief & Trauma:
- Grief Recovery Group: A compassionate, safe space in which you can let down your guard and grieve, cry, rant or do whatever is necessary to facilitate healing. It gives you a safe haven from all the chaos, responsibilities and needs of others and provides you with support as you work through your grieving process.
- Trauma Prep & Recovery: Preparation and processing Groups for Survivors of Trauma. This structured group is focused on what people began to think about themselves, others, and the way the world works as a result of the trauma, not about what happened. Each session features new skills to help people reassure themselves – whatever they are feeling – as they learn new ways to free themselves from the domination of trauma in their lives. Engaging in the protocol with fellow group members, rather than going solo, offers synergy and support. The wild sense of isolation inherent to experiencing trauma is gentled. You, literally, are not alone.
Anger & Domestic Violence Groups:
- Domestic Violence Education & Support Group: Provides a safe space for victims of domestic violence to explore such topics as Power & Control, Protection Orders, Self-Esteem, Empowerment, Healthy Relationships, Effects on Children, Gender Roles, Safety Planning, and participate in Financial/Education/Employment Workshops.
- Anger Management: Anger and substance use disorders often co-occur, increasing the risk for negative consequences such as physical aggression, self-harm, distressed relationships, loss of a job, or criminal justice involvement. This 12-module program uses a cognitive behavioral approach to address anger problems and includes relaxation training, cognitive interventions, and communication skill development.
- Batterers Intervention Group (BIP): Utilizing the Duluth Domestic Abuse Intervention, STOP, and Another Way curriculum, this program is designed to assist adult individuals to explore reasons for abusive behaviors and beliefs that support those behaviors, understand the connection of painful and negative feelings to beliefs about women’s and men’s roles, fully explore the impact of violent and abusive behaviors, on partners, children, and community, identify and practice non-abusive behaviors.
- The Positive Indian Parenting Group: “Honoring Our Children by Our Traditions” This group draws on the strengths of historic Indian child-rearing practices and blend traditional values with contemporary skills. Storytelling, cradleboards, harmony, lessons of nature, behavior management, and the use of praise are discussed.
- Emotion Coaching: This program is based on a 5-step method that builds emotional intelligence and creates positive, long lasting effects for children from toddler to teens. Easy to learn, and used by parents, educators and care-givers, it supports kids through life’s ups and downs in a way that builds confidence and helps them grow socially, emotionally and intellectually.
Day Treatment – A psychoeducation group for adults specializing in teaching healthy independent living skills, stress management techniques, emotional literacy, community & connection, mental health & wellness, and medication management. Activities include Arts & Crafts, Mindfulness, Health Education & Fitness, Diabetes Education, Medication Management Support, Cultural/Traditional Activities & Events, Social Skills Development and more.
Standard Outpatient Program (SOP)
- Psychoeducation Skills Group: An 18-module topic- or problem-oriented, substance use psychoeducation group that focuses on specific issues common among clients with SUDs. The group will provide information as well as an opportunity to learn cognitive, behavioral, and interpersonal recovery skills.
Crisis – Crisis is a 24/7 service that assists in stabilizing individuals and families experiencing urgent stressful, emotional and behavioral events. Trained staff can come to your location to help stabilize the situation, develop short-term plans and provide referrals for long-term services such as counseling and in-home supports. After the event, our staff will follow-up with you to ensure your continued safety and well-being.
Psychiatry – Care includes providing for child, adolescent and adult psychiatric needs. Services include assessments, treatment plan development, and when appropriate, medication. Psychiatry coordinates care with counselors and case managers as part of the behavioral health care team.
Psychological Testing – This service involves the evaluation and assessment of cognitive functions, academic skills, and mood disorders, primarily for adults (over 16 years of age). Our neuropsychologist works collaboratively with psychiatry to assess current status of neurological and brain functioning that affects memory, problem solving, visual special abilities, and motor skills.
Behavioral Health Consultation – Behavioral health providers work within the Salt River Clinic to provide critical behavioral health services including screenings, brief interventions, skills training, education related to newly diagnosed conditions, chronic disease, or behavioral issues, assistance with smoking cessation, and referrals for ongoing counseling services. Behavioral health consultation differs from more traditional counseling by providing short-term counseling and “triage” intervention therapy in the primary care environment.
Domestic Violence Victim Advocacy – This advocacy service provides support and education to victims of domestic violence, stalking, and sexual assault. Services include finding safe shelter, resources, psychoeducation, and emotional support. Victims are also offered assistance with navigating the legal process, obtaining an emergency restraining order, and help with court paperwork. The goal is to ensure victims are connected to resources and receive the full benefit from the legal and behavioral health systems.
Re-entry Program – This program works with incarcerated individuals on transitioning back in to the Community and navigating the reintegration process. Services include individual and group counseling, case management, and release planning. Group topics include criminal and addictive thinking, substance use, relapse prevention, preparing for release, setting and attaining goals, looking for work, and interpersonal skills. This program works to reduce recidivism by providing individuals with the support and resources they need to help them successfully reintegrate back in to the Community.
WITHDRAWAL MANAGEMENT COMPONENT – Individuals can received medical supervision and medication to assist with their withdrawals.
- During the first 24-48 hours of admission the client is watched closely for any medical complications. Emergency services are obtained as needed.
- The acuity level and length of stay of the Withdrawal Management component is based on the individual’s need and type of substance used.
RESIDENTIAL TREATMENT – Residential treatment centers on moving an individual from their unhealthy environment and placing them in a safe and supportive environment, with an individual program of recovery.
- Residential treatment offers individuals an opportunity to learn about the disease of addiction and gain the skill necessary to enhance their lives and live a sober drug free lifestyle. It also offers the individual the opportunity to learn about themselves, the underlying causes that drive these behaviors, and to gain the tools necessary for ongoing recovery.
- Referrals to this component are requested by the individual, family and friends, Community Court, and Tribal Departments.
- Clients in residential treatment will participate in daily programming, substance education classes, therapy activities, sober living outings, family therapy and intensive group activity.
PARTIAL HOSPITALIZATION PROGRAM – Intensive substance day program for individuals who reside in the community at home, or in a sober living environment.
- Attend 20-25 hours a week of treatment during the week M-F
- Hot Lunches Provided
- Work towards recovery with your group of peers
- Clinically, culturally and spiritually based program
SOBER LIVING HOUSE – Temporary sober housing for males recently in recovery.
- 6 Bed Male House
- Sober Peers/Companions
- 24/7 Supervision
- Peer Support/Mentoring
- Vocational and Educational Assistance
- Sober Support Treatment/Aftercare/PHP/IOP
Peer Support Credentialing Academy
Become a State Approved Certified Peer and Recovery Support Specialists (PRSS). SRPMIC now offers a State Approved 40-80 hour Academy to become Certified to help others. You will be trained in the ways of helping others in an evidenced based curriculum.
After you are trained, you will be able to share your story behavioral health recovery and lived experience to help others and promote recovery-oriented environments. As a PRSS, you will be trained to work with individuals during their recovery journey, sharing skills, coaching, and providing support.
Please call 480-362-5640 if you are interested in learning more about the program.