Behavioral Health Intervention Services (BHIS)
PACE Center Behavioral Health Intervention Services are voluntary, in-home services that assist children and teens experiencing social, behavioral or emotional problems. The goal of skill-building interventions is to develop skills with caseworker assistance and alleviate behaviors and symptoms associated with a mental illness.
Treatment services include:
- Conflict and crisis resolution
- Problem-solving skill development
- Interpersonal, social and communication skill development
- Anger management
- Behavior management
- Individual and family counseling
These skills are intended to address problems displayed in the home, at school, and in the community.
Youth must be age 18 or younger, be involved with mental health therapy and have a mental health diagnosis. Title 19 (Medicaid) is required. There is no DHS or Juvenile Court system involvement required for services.