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Intensive Behavioral Health Individual Services (IBHS)

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Looking for an effective way to provide clinical interventions for a child or adolescent with behavioral needs?

IBHS is designed for children and adolescents up to the age of 21 who have a behavioral health diagnosis. IBHS provides intensive therapeutic support within the child’s natural environment.

An individualized approach 

IBHS individual services provide personalized treatment in a familiar setting with the goals of promoting independence, decreasing problem behaviors and increasing positive social interactions. Services include:  

Mobile Therapist (MT) - The MT provides individual therapy with the child as well as family treatment or therapy with other caregivers in home or school settings. 


Behavior Consultant (BC) - The BC designs and directs the implementation of the treatment plan, monitors treatment provided by the BHT and ensures the delivery of quality services.

 

Behavioral Health Technician (BHT) - The BHT provides one-on-one behavioral intervention in school, home, or community settings. 

Making an impact

​Throughout IBHS, the treatment team collaborates to empower individuals and their families with skills and expertise that promote independence and reduce problem behaviors. The clinicians collect and analyze data to create a behavior plan that is specific to your child's needs. The tailored goals and objectives are routinely reviewed for success, measured by:

•    Increases in pro-social behavior
•    Improvements in positive self-management skills
•    Reductions in out-of-home placements
•    Improvement in caregiver skills to help stabilize the home environment and initiate constructive, long term change


Getting started

Following an initial assessment, our Behavior Consultants and Mobile Therapists develop an individual treatment plan, addressing the unique treatment needs of your child.  These services may take place in the home, at school, or in community settings. IBHS Individual Services are funded through PA Medical Assistance. For eligibility, all individuals must be enrolled in the PA Medical Assistance program to qualify.  Additional coverage by primary insurances varies by plan. Please contact us to determine if Laurel Life accepts your insurance.

 

To learn more or to find out if IBHS is right for your child, contact Laurel Life today.

Annual IBHS quality report available upon request.

Success Stories:

My boys have been able to hit milestones because of the help from Laurel Life Staff.

Ashley M. 

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Intensive Behavioral Health Services (IBHS) are available at these locations

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Laurel Life's Fulton/Franklin County PA office
Fulton/Franklin County

7564 Browns Mill Road

Chambersburg, PA 17202
717-263-6049

Fax: 717-263-6049

Laurel Life office serving Cumberland and Dauphin counties
Cumberland/Dauphin  County

5006 East Trindle Road

Mechanicsbug, PA 17050
717-243-1326

Fax: 717-243-0174

Laurel Life's Perry County office
Perry County

550 Shermans Valley Road

New Bloomfield, PA 17068
717-582-9922

Fax: 717-582-9924

York office serving York and Adams County, PA
York/Adams County

2020 South Queen Street

York, PA 17403

Phone:  717-845-7652

Fax: 717-718-4229