Presented by MHS, Inc.
Thursday, June 18, 2015
St. Michael’s Episcopal Church Hall
2775 Carlsbad Boulevard
Have you heard about IHOT but didn’t know what it was, who it serves or how to access services, join our June Education meeting to get your questions answered. IHOT stands for In Home Outreach Team. Led by Mental Health Systems, IHOT provides guidance, support, information, linkages and referrals services to adults and families residing in North San Diego County. Any adult 18 years of age or order, not currently engaged in mental health services is eligible for the program.
Guided by peer and family support staff, IHOT services are developed with each participant and their significant others. Individualized goals are created to help participants identify and achieve their hopes and dreams. The length of services is based on the participant’s level of need. IHOT provides needs assessments to identify a participants strengths, goals and medical concerns; outreach and engagement, transitional case management and support and education.
The IHOT North program believes in strengthening the voices of participants and instilling hope and resiliency using a strong peer model. They meet each person and family where the person is at — encouraging questions to actively problems solve and to take participants to the desired next step.
The NAMI Connection support group for consumers will meet from 5:30 to 6:30 PM in the parish library. Our family support group will meet in the church library from 8:30—10 PM.