La Solución Familiar, Baton Rouge, Louisiana

Services

OUR GOAL IS TO PROVIDE EXTENSIVE GUIDANCE FOR THE FAMILY AND DEEP PROFESSIONAL SUPPORT TO THE CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS WHO ARE FACING MENTAL HEALTH AND BEHAVIORAL CHALLENGES AND SUPPORT FOR THE FAMILY AS A WHOLE.


Intensive In-Home Program

We help families with children facing behavioral health challenges. Through highly skilled, professional and empathetic staff members, this program develops extensive guidance for the family and deep professional support to the children and adolescents who are at risk of out of home placement due to mental, social and/or behavioral problems. 

The services are provided right in the family’s home in order to help every member:     

the child, the siblings, and the parents. Services include outpatient psychotherapy and mental health assessment, evaluation, and testing. 

The program is carefully designed to offer flexible and continuous support based on the specific and individual needs of the child and family. All services can be provided individually or in a family or group setting. We are also able to offer in-home services to all Medicaid eligible adults.


Psychosocial Rehabilitation

We provide restoration, rehabilitation, and support to develop social skills, increase community involvement, and establish support networks. This program will also help participants to

develop daily living skills in order to remain in their home, work, school, and community settings. This service is available for children, teens, and adults and is provided in the community.


Community Psychiatric Support and Treatment:

We assist individuals and families in identifying options to lower the negative effects associated with the individual’s mental illness. Supportive counseling is provided to help with emotional and behavioral 

management, self-care, daily independent living skills, and resource building. This service is provided in the community to children, teens, and adults.


Crisis Intervention: 

Services are provided to children, teens, or adults when experiencing a psychiatric crisis. 

The goals are to reduce symptoms, stabilize, and restore the individual to a previous level of functioning.


Independent Living/Skills Building: 

Designed to provide support to youth ages 5-17 who are, or will be, transitioning into adulthood. Services

support in acquiring skills in socialization, employment, housing, education, and community life. 


Medical, Physician/Psychiatrist, Outpatient Medical Services:

Services include psychiatric evaluation, medication administration and management, individual therapy with medical evaluation and case

consultation. This service is available for children, teens, and adults and is provided in the office.