Mission: To provide quality services that encourage people to reach their full potential. To be a leader in establishing and demonstrating local, regional, and national standards of excellence for accessible and high quality behavioral health, intellectual disabilities, and vocational services.
Programs: Clinical outpatient - total of 28,669 unique individuals served and 289,613 clinical sessions provided. Crisis services - total of 6,415 unique individuals served and 11,060 services provided. Frontier health outpatient services includes a complete continuum of mental health and substance abuse care for adults, children and youth. Individuals are assisted in developing a unique treatment plan that meets their needs, depending on his/her circumstances and current stage of life. Their services may include psychiatric services, physchosocial services, case management services, outpatient services, intensive outpatient services or 24 hour crisis services.
residential - residential services/foster care total of 464 unique individuals served and 70,839 days, substance abuse 724 unique individuals served and 10,347 days and crisis stabilization unit 1,428 unique individuals served and 4,457 days. Frontier health's residential services are designed to provide housing and services to individuals who suffer from severe and persistent mental illness, intellectual disabilities and developmental disabilities. Frontier health offers supervised community living, independent living and group homes, working toward the greatest level of independence for each person. Residential programs are also available for youth in crisis, in need of respite, placed in state custody and at risk of being place in state custody.
intellectual disabilities - mental health/intellectual disabilities total of 196 unique individuals served, 35,231 days and 21,856 units of service. Intellectual disabilities/vocational total of 1,134 unique individuals served, 39,033 days and 38,003 units of service. Services provided include pre vocational; vocational; employment; aim; and support services. Frontier health offers various services dedicated to empowering people with development disabilities to achieve personal independence. This may include assistance in the development of personal independence goals or assistance with employment skills. This program is also designed for individuals who have experienced serious and persistent mental illness and/or alcohol and drug services, work adjustment services, sheltered employment, or education services designed for the development of employment readiness, life skills, independent living or recovery skills.
other - outpaitent substance abuse, drop-in centers, & rehabilitation services