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Intensive In-Home Services

This provides patients with help on relearning how to perform daily duties or improve their speech.


Intensive In-Home Services is a Virginia Medicaid funded program which provides mental and behavioral health services to children who are at risk of out of home placement.


Establish and maintain appropriate social skill development
Improve anger management
Develop and utilize coping skills in difficult situations
Improve ability to respect authority figures
Decrease disruptive behaviors
Decrease aggressive behaviors
Redirect low self-esteem in the effort to improve self-image
Understand importance and consumption of psychotropic medications if warranted

Can be Used to Treat

Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder
Disruptive Mood Dysregulation Disorder
Disruptive Dysregulation Mood Disorder
Oppositional Defiant Disorder
Post Traumatic Stress Disorder
Reactive Attachment Disorders
Conduct Disorder


Service Coordination until approved for services.
Trauma-informed treatment
Cognitive Behavioral techniques
Family counseling
Individual counseling
Medication education
On-going service coordination
Psychological and psychiatric evaluation referrals
Social skill building interventions
24/7 crisis support


This program seeks to promote individual and family stabilization within the home of the client and reduce behaviors which place them at risk of removal from the home.

Who is Eligible

Children, youth, and adolescents, ages 5-18, who demonstrate difficulties in managing behaviors within the home. The eligible client will have a qualifying mental or behavioral health diagnosis. These individuals have difficulties in establishing and maintaining interpersonal relationships to the extent that they are at risk for out of home placement or hospitalization; exhibit such challenging behavior that repeated interventions by mental health, social services, educational system, or judicial system have become involved; and exhibit cognitive challenges where they do not recognize personal danger or the risks their behaviors put them.

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