Would your family benefit from intensive, short-term family therapy?
Is your child at risk for out of home placement?
The Home-Based Crisis Intervention Program (HBCI) is an intensive, short-term family therapy program designed to prevent out of home placement, including psychiatric hospitalization, emergency department visits, or residential placement. Supporting families in crisis, services are held in the home, school, or community multiple times a week. HBCI is staffed with licensed clinicians who support the family in learning and practicing skills and strategies to safely manage emotions, thoughts, and behaviors. Staff are also available to families 24-hours a day, 7 days a week, to provide coaching support when needed.
Sessions in the home, school, or community
Family therapy, education, and support
Behavioral health assessment
Substance use screening and treatment
Linkage and referral to support services
24 hours/7 days a week coaching and support for a behavioral health crisis
Youth must be at-risk of out of home placement (such as psychiatric hospitalization or emergency room visits) due to one of the following:
Unable to be safe with self and/or others
Unable to function in the home, school, or community
Youth and family want to prevent out of home placement and remain together in the home
Youth is 5-20 years old
Youth lives in Dutchess or Ulster Counties
Anyone is welcome to make a referral by calling (845) 554-1365 x102 or contacting Astor using the Program Contact link below.