Behavioral Health Home

Behavioral Health Home

Our goal is to help you successfully manage your illness and recovery.

Since 2010, Pine Rest has partnered with network180 to provide compassionate, professional care for persons experiencing severe and persistent mental illnesses as well as co-occurring disorders. Individuals who are 18 years of age and older experiencing mental illness can choose Pine Rest’s Behavioral Health Home as your provider for case management services.

You hold the key to your success. Let us help you unlock the door. Call us for further information.

Contact us at 616.222.4570

What You Can Expect

  • Development of a personalized strategy for managing your illness and moving forward with your life
  • Life skills assistance: budgeting, time management, obtaining/maintaining secure housing
  • Linkage to appropriate services for employment and socialization
  • Community re-entry skills
  • Benefit coordination
  • Thorough assessment and continuous evaluation
  • Medication review
  • Evidence Based Therapies: Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Motivational Interviewing, and Trauma Informed Care
  • Coordination of care with medical providers
  • Education about proper use of medication
  • Education about your diagnosis and symptom management
  • 24/7 crisis intervention services
  • Person-centered planning that emphasizes the values of choice, voice, empowerment, dignity, respect, and hope
  • Strong emphasis on setting and pursuing personal goals, and putting strategies into action in everyday life.
  • Family psychoeducation available

At Pine Rest, your case management team includes:

  • Psychiatrist
  • Team Leader — with 10 years’ experience
  • Registered Nurse — specializing in psychiatric nursing
  • Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner
  • Therapist – Master’s Prepared Social Workers
  • Case Manager — trained in motivational interviewing, co-occurring and culturally competent
  • Peer Support Person

The Nine Training Areas

  1. Recovery strategies
  2. Practical facts about mental illness
  3. The stress-vulnerability model and treatment strategies
  4. Building social supports
  5. Reducing relapses
  6. Using medication effectively
  7. Coping with stress
  8. Coping with problems and symptoms
  9. Getting your needs met in the mental health system

For more details about case management, call 616.222.4570.