Our case managers work with families on preservation goals, and reunification goals in their home and communities.
In addition to the family's identified goals we offer:
Safe Sleep Education and Crib
Clothing Closet Vouchers
The above services are offered to clients enrolled in our program through court order. Case managers will assist families with accessing our offices to obtain the above specialized care as needed at 5805 N Post Rd, Indianapolis.
Parent Education is also offered as a separate services for both self-referred and court ordered individuals, contact us to sign up here. Our agency utilizes the Nurturing Parenting Curriculum which consists of the following focus:
Construct A: Inappropriate Expectations; Construct B: Lack of Empathy; Construct C: Belief in the use of Physical Punishment; Construct D: Reversing Parent-Child Family Roles; and Construct E: Oppressing Children’s Power and Independence.
In cases whether the children are left in the home or families are working to reunify, our case managers will use Brief Strategic Counseling, BASC-3 assessments, and use a Team Decision Making Model in collaboration with all formal and informal supports.
We offer Intensive Outpatient treatment, court advocacy, and reporting.
What to Expect:
IOP therapy is centered around about 10-12 hours of group and individual therapy each week, as well as encouraging participation in a 12-step program. Individuals IOP typically engage in virtual sessions 2-3 per week, often for 3 hours at a time. It is important for us to guide the process of reaching goals and tailor the treatment for specific needs. IOP programs include a higher level of care than general outpatient programs, and this means more time attributed to treatment each week. Treatment will incorporate these core aspects in an organized approach that sets you up for success.
12 Step Program Involvement
Identifying a Sponsor or Harm Reduction Program
Establishing a sober community and sober living
6-9 hours of treatment per week with the agency
3-4 hours of Recovery Work outside of group (documented)
Submission of random drug screens - participants who are court involvement are required to submit all drug screens
Domestic Violence Prevention & Intervention
As a Certified Domestic Violence provider it's important to ensure that survivors are connected to the holistic resources to assist with eliminating barriers for healing and restoration. Our agency partners with the following organization to help our survivors eliminate barriers:
RPCC exists in collaboration with many community partners, with a vision of Restoring the Village to eliminate Domestic Violence.
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