CPI is an organizational provider for Fresno County Managed Health Plan, offering the full range of outpatient mental health services designed to reduce mental disability and improve functioning in regards to learning, development, independent living, and enhanced self-sufficiency. Service activities may include, but are not limited to, mental health assessment, individual, family and group therapy, individual and group rehabilitative services, collateral services, plan development, crisis intervention, case management, and medication support services. In addition to the services listed below, CPI offers on site court ordered psychological testing, bonding studies, attachment studies and risk assessments.
Individual, Family and Group Therapy is conducted by professionals credentialed as licensed, waivered or registered mental health provider when therapy is part of the client's treatment plan. Examples of disciplines providing therapy: psychologist, licensed clinical social worker, or licensed marriage family therapist. Therapy services focus primarily on symptom reduction as a means to improve functional impairments. This service may be delivered to a consumer (individual therapy), a consumer and his/her family (family therapy) or group of consumers (group therapy).
Qualified CPI staff provides rehabilitative services which may include assistance in improving, maintaining, or restoring functional skills, daily living skills, social and leisure skills, independent living skills, and support resources to identified consumers. Rehabilitative services may be performed at the CPI office, the client's home, or other appropriate location. These services may be done individually or within a group setting to teach, encourage and support consumers.
Collateral Services are provided by professionals as a licensed, waivered or registered mental health provider as well. Case Managers are also qualified to offer collateral services. Examples of disciplines providing therapy: psychologist, licensed clinical social worker, or licensed marriage family therapist. Collateral services focus on a significant support person in a consumer's life with the intent of improving or maintaining the mental health status of the beneficiary. Collateral services include, but are not limited to, helping significant support persons to understand and accept the consumer's condition and involving them in service planning and implementation of the treatment plan.