Daymark Recovery Services provides an array of outpatient and psychiatric services for the treatment of a mental illness, substance abuse problem, or developmental disability. Services are tailored to individual needs and delivered using evidence based approaches to increase effectiveness.
Assertive Community Treatment (ACT)
An Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) team consists of a community-based group of medical, behavioral health, and rehabilitation professionals who use a team approach to meet the needs of individuals with severe and persistent mental illness.
ACT Team services are intended to serve:… Read More
• Individuals 18 years and older with schizophrenia, other psychotic disorders and bipolar disorder.
• Additionally, difficulty consistently performing the range of routine tasks required for adult functioning in the community.
• There is significant difficulty maintaining consistent employment or a safe living situation.
• Individuals served by ACTT also have a high use of acute psychiatric hospital (2 or more admissions
Assessment and Referral
Daymark’s Assessment and referral program provides a variety of activities, including prescreening, screening, psychosocial assessment, determination of need, and referral to appropriate level of care. An adequate assessment must be conducted to provide more informed referrals. Daymark performs assessment and referral as a routine function of entrance into other core programs, such as its Outpatient Treatment, Intensive In-Home, ACTT, residential programs, and others.… Read More
Service hours are designed to maximize the availability of service to consumers and extend from Monday through Friday, from 8:00 AM until 5:00 PM at a minimum, and thru 8:00 PM in many locations. Additionally, we often
Day Treatment Program
Day Treatment is the name of the service provided to children/adolescent’s whose behaviors are severe enough that it is making it difficult for them to function in a typical academic setting in their community school. The service is provided in a separate classroom or building, is designed to be temporary and is structured to improve the child’s behavioral and coping skills so that they can return to their community school within eighteen months.
Day Treatment can be provided to students identified as Exceptional Children (EC), but this is not a requirement. Day Treatment services are focused on achieving functional gains… Read More
Dialectic Behavior Therapy (DBT)
Definition Composed by Our Patients
Dialectic Behavior Therapy is for people with Borderline Personality Disorder, substance use disorders, and binge eating disorders. It helps individuals learn how to regulate strong emotions more effectively. DBT teaches coping skills and different tools so a person can line a more healthy and stable life. The end goal is to have a life worth living.
Summary from The National Institute of Mental Health
Dialectical behavior therapy (DBT), a form of CBT, was developed by Marsha Linehan, Ph.D. At first, it was developed to treat people with suicidal thoughts and actions. It is now also… Read More
Intensive In-Home Program (IIH)
Daymark Intensive In-Home (IIH) services operate as a team approach designed to address the identified needs of children and adolescents, who due to serious and chronic symptoms of an emotional, behavioral, and/or substance use disorders, are unable to remain stable in the community without intensive interventions.… Read More
Daymark’s Intensive In-home philosophy is to provide high quality care through the use of evidence-based, person-centered interventions to reduce symptomology, improve functioning, decrease the frequency and intensity of crisis episodes, prevent the need for out of home placement, and increase the utilization of coping skills of the consumers receiving the service and their families.
Mobile Crisis Management
Mobile Crisis Management services seek to provide a comprehensive crisis intervention in the least restrictive environment with a team perspective to meet any individual consumer’s needs. The service operates year round, seven days per week, twenty four hours per day. The program is staffed with masters prepared staff that are licensed, licensed eligible therapists, or bachelor’s level Qualified Professionals. . Mobile Crisis Management serves anyone within the community experiencing a crisis related to mental health, substance abuse, or developmental disability concerns.… Read More
Mobile Crisis Management program goals are to provide the right service in the right setting at the right time when
Mobile Medication Program
Mobile Medication Program (MMP) is a home visiting medication support, education, and skill-building initiative serving adults with sever psychiatric illness that have trouble remembering to take their medications. Program participants receive brief, yet frequent home visits from MMP staff, intended to model the routine and consistency of taking medications. Eventually, these visits are reduced from multiple visits per day, to daily, three times in a week, twice a week once a week, and finally to weekly check-in phone calls as participants develop skills and take ownership of their medication regime. Most participants progress through the program within six months.
Though… Read More
Outpatient Treatment represents an array of services designed to meet significant behavioral and/or psychiatric symptoms that have been identified as treatment needs of the individual seeking services.
Needs are identified through clinical assessment and evaluation, and/or crisis planning, with the participation of the individual seeking services and others of their choosing. Daymark provides outpatient treatment to adults and children (Age 3+) with primarily mental health and/or substance abuse disorders.
Hours of operation are designed to be available Monday through Friday, from 8:00 AM until 5:00 PM at a minimum, and thru 8:00 PM in many locations. Additionally, we often provide… Read More
Psychosocial Rehabilitation (PSR)
Psycho Social Rehabilitation is designed to help members learn skills that will help them live in the community without hospitalization. While in the program, individuals learn daily living skills, socialization skills, educational skills, vocational skills, and how to organize their lives.
Those eligible for the program have to have an Axis I mental health diagnosis and they have to have impaired role functioning that adversely affects at least two of the following: employment, management of financial affairs, ability to procure needed public support services, appropriateness of social behavior, or activities of daily living.
The person’s level of functioning may indicate… Read More
Residential Treatment Program
Guilford Residential Center, owned by Guilford County, and operated by Daymark Recovery Services, Inc., provides a comprehensive array of services to adults, both men and women (Age 18+) coping with addiction and related disorders, providing both high and low intensity residential care and treatment. The Guilford Residential Center is a 24 hour, 365 day per year residential treatment facility for persons with substance abuse issues. The center hosts a 56 bed capacity where rooms are semi-private and the space is arranged in such a way as to maximize privacy while not interfering with needed supervision. A staffed full-service kitchen provides… Read More
Substance Abuse Intensive Outpatient (SAIOP)
Daymark SAIOP involves a series of structured individual, family, and group activities and services provided on an outpatient basis designed to assist adult and adolescent clients with addiction disorders to begin recovery and learn skills for recovery maintenance. SAIOP also informs the client about benefits, community resources and services, and services; assists the client in accessing benefits and services and monitors the provision of services. SAIOP provides education on both wellness and recovery.
Participants may be residents of their own home, a substitute home, or a group home setting; however, SAIOP services will be provided in a setting separate from… Read More