Clinical Services provides agency-wide support for the behavioral health needs of the individuals that we serve. The Clinical Department is staffed by licensed mental health professionals who provide the following services to people residing in our homes and receiving day services:
Fred’s Club is based on a token economy model. Participants earn “Fred Bucks” based on positive behaviors or work they engage in during program. Participants then can use their Fred Bucks to purchase things at a store filled with desirable items. This leads to a significant reduction in problem behaviors. Fred’s Club is managed by one of our own participants, Karen Church (pictured).
Impact ALL is a training institute that provides continuing education credits for licensed social workers and licensed mental health counselors. The main focus of the courses will be on the intellectual and developmental disability population.
Management seminars for non-profit CEOs, boards of directors, and administrators are also available. Come learn how to manage a non-profit in the age of shrinking dollars.
Living Resources is the only Intellectual Disability/Developmental Disability provider hosting internships in the Capital Region. We have highly structured internship experiences for graduate students in mental health counseling or social work from the College of St. Rose or SUNY Albany. To learn more contact Jeff Hallenbeck here.
Your Internship Program is second to none in the Capital District in sensitizing future mental health counselors to understanding the needs of an ID/IDD population. The strength of this great training relationship between our Master’s in Mental Health Counseling Program and your Internship Program is evident by the number of our previous interns hired by Living Resources over the years.