Behavioral Health

Individuals participate in the development of an Individual Plan of Care (IPC) which assists in the understanding of the services that are being sought and identifies expectations for the coming year. This plan can be changed as needed but will be reviewed at least once each year. Individuals are expected to take an active role in the development of the IPC including sharing strengths, needs, wants and service expectations. A case manager or clinician is available to assist in the service planning process to ensure that it is clearly focused on the individual's goals. Individuals may choose to have others, such as family, involved in the treatment planning.

Rutland Mental Health Services is highly committed to supporting our individuals with the quality services they need. Our dedicated staff of caring professionals has been trained to meet federal, state and other accreditation requirements for professional development. In addition, all staff members are expected to abide by the Code of Conduct established by Rutland Mental Health Services. A copy of this Code is available upon request.

  • Handbook for Persons Receiving Behavioral Health Services

    Resource for behavioral health clients.... more