Outpatient Mental Health Clinic (OMHC)

Outpatient Mental Health Clinic (OMHC)

ROCACP’s Outpatient Mental Health Clinic is a full-service clinic that provides home-based, school-based and onsite individual, family and group therapy for youth ages 5-17 and adults ages 18-55.

All therapy services are provided in the most comfortable and conducive environment for the consumer to include home, in office, schools, transitional housing and agency main and satellite offices. 

All consumers, with non-emergency needs are evaluated by our “psychiatrist” for medication management needs within 30 days of initiation of services and for consumers who have urgent psychiatric needs our psychiatrist can service those cases within 5 days of referral.

Our clinical team will ensure that services are customized to the specific needs of each consumer, effectively collaborating with all members of the consumer’s interdisciplinary treatment/rehabilitation team to facilitate successful outcomes. Consumers must have Medicaid or they may be uninsured in the process of applying for Medicaid in which our office staff will be more than happy to advocate, support and aide consumer with obtaining medical assistance through Medicaid.

ROCACP’s Licensed Professionals

Our licensed professionals employ a vast range of modalities and techniques to meet the unique needs of each individual and family.

We understand the diverse background, cultures, environmental stressors and overall needs of our consumers. As a result, we customize all services accordingly and collaboratively with consumer to achieve optimal success. Therapy may be provided in the home, community or onsite at the clinic.

Our clinic provides In-home or Onsite Individual, Family, Couples & Group Therapy

Art Therapy, Creative Art Therapy & Dance Therapy

Outpatient Mental Health Clinic (OMHC)

  • Psychiatric Assessment
  • Medication Management
  • Psycho-educational Programs
    • Parenting
    • Anger Management
    • Social Skills and Soft skills for Workforce Development 
  • Specialized Treatment Planning
  • Advocacy
  • School-Based Support Services
  • Referrals to other supportive services (if applicable)

Referrals

Referrals can be made by anyone who may be in need of mental health support services. We accept self-referrals, referrals made by family members or referrals made by other professionals.

Payment

We currently accept Medicaid and fee for service.