Mental Health Counseling Services are another service which is a part of the continuum of care offered by the ESCSB. These services are largely provided in the individual’s home or the community.
Mental Health Counseling Services are offered when an individual requires assistance with activities of daily living such as:
- Nutritional planning
- Healthy Relaxation Activities
- Medication Compliance
Application and Enrollment
An application process is required to enroll in all ESCSB Prevention Services and Programs.
Applications for ESCSB Prevention Services are received via recruitment efforts and referrals. Self-referrals are also accepted. Eligible applicants or referral sources can call the ESCSB Office of Prevention directly to request an application for services or walk-in for an application.
All applicants will be notified in writing and by phone regarding their application status.
A full application process may include a follow-up visit by ESCSB Prevention staff to assist with completing the application process and determine each individual’s eligibility for services. A new application is required each time enrollment in a new or different program is requested.
Enrollment is based on federally approved criteria for Substance Abuse Prevention Services, program capacity, and individual eligibility. For family-based programs, both youth and parent must meet program eligibility requirements.
Community training/education services are open to the general public and pre-registration is required.
All ESCSB Prevention services and programming are funded via state and/or federal substance abuse prevention funds which provide the cost of services to each eligible participant.
For a description of our Prevention Program services, please click here.