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Intensive Home-Based Treatment (IHBT) is a mental health service designed to meet the needs of youth with serious emotional disturbances who are at risk of out-of-home placement or who are returning home from placement. The goal of IHBT is to provide the necessary mental health services and supports to enable youth to live in their homes in the least restrictive, most normative setting possible. IHBT services are provided in the home, school and community where youth live and function. These services focus on the mental health issues that put the youth at risk, while promoting positive development and health family functioning.

IHBT integrates core mental health services (community psychiatric supportive treatment, behavioral health counseling and therapy, mental health assessment and crisis response) into one seamless service. Service is flexibly delivered at a time that is convenient for the entire family and is available around the clock. Learn More | View Powerpoint Overview

 

IHBT Trainings

IHBT Basics
IHBT Supervision
IHBT Ethics
IHBT Toolkit: Interventions and Strategies
IHBT Secondary Traumatic Stress
IHBT Family Therapy
IHBT Worker Safety
IHBT Crisis Assessment & Safety Planning
IHBT Fidelity
IHBT System Collaboration Toolkit

Trauma Informed Care

Ohio’s TIC 101
IHBT TI Supervision
The Impact of Trauma on Parenting
STS: Helping the Helpers
Compassion Fatigue Training
DBT: Skills
Decreasing Conflict in the Home
LGBTQ

Resiliency

Family Resilience: Practical Strategies
The Power of Family
Facilitating Resilience
Resilience: The Antidote for Trauma

Adventure Therapy

Making Connections: Family & Youth Engagement
Interactive Interventions to Facilitate Change
Bringing AT Home: IHBAT
Personal Resilience: Worker Wellness
Mindfulness: Tools for Adolescent Brains

Co-occurring Disorders (MH and SU)

Assessment of Youth with COD
Treatment of Youth with COD
Motivational Interviewing