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Raising a child with emotional, behavioral, learning, or developmental issues can sometimes require extra support and guidance. Maxim Healthcare Services can help.
As an experienced provider of behavioral health programs, our services are designed to meet the unique needs of children and their families, helping everyone overcome obstacles and create foundations for future success. In the comfort of a child's home, Maxim comes to the aid of children facing ADHD, Conduct Disorders, Oppositional Defiance, Mood Disorders, and other behavioral health concerns.
Maxim’s behavioral health services include, but are not limited to the following*:
Behavioral Health Assistance
Once children make advancements with their treatment centers, schools, or outpatient facilities, they often face the problem of losing progress due to inefficiencies in their new environment. Our behavioral assistance program is designed to alleviate these inconsistencies and maintain the long-term objectives of a child's behavioral program.
We make a strong effort to diminish any regression and assist with emphasizing an interdisciplinary approach to treatment.
All Behavioral Health Assistants must be over age 21 and have a high school diploma/GED, as well as a minimum of one year experience working with children in a comparable environment. Behavior Assistants must attend mandatory one-day training, and complete HIPAA, OSHA, Child Abuse, Domestic Violence, and First Aid training. All Maxim employees must pass criminal and DMV checks and have a recent TB test.
Intensive In-Community Care
Our in-home therapy services are designed to improve a child and family's capacity to be successful in various life domains. This includes intensive behavior assistance from a Bachelor's level worker, as well as family and individual counseling by a Master or Clinical level therapist.
Our Bachelor level social workers are clinically appropriate to provide these services and must have a Bachelor's degree in a related field and a minimum of one year of experience working with children in a comparable environment.
Our Master level clinicians are required to have a Masters degree in a related field, while our clinical level therapist must possess a LCSW or LPC licensure. Both must also have over one year of experience working with children.
All intensive level workers also attend a mandatory training or orientation as well as complete HIPAA, OSHA, Child Abuse, Domestic Violence, and First Aid training. All Maxim employees must pass criminal and DMV checks and have a recent TB test.
Activities in the home or community often promote independence and personal growth. Our goal is to assist service recipients with meeting their goals and aspirations by introducing a positive role model.
These activities include:
• Assisting a child with homework
• Recreational activities
• And more
Our mentors demonstrate a commitment to friendship and show respect and sensitivity to each child's individuality and preferences, as well as culture and ethnic diversities.
All mentors must be over age 18 and have at least a high school diploma/GED in a related field. Our mentors will receive supervision by a Program Supervisor and prior to working, will attend a mandatory orientation and complete HIPAA, OSHA, Child Abuse, Domestic Violence, and First Aid training. All Maxim employees must pass criminal and DMV checks and have a recent TB test.
A Community Approach
Maxim is proud to work with all partners in the system of care. Together, we will help children and their families lead happy and healthy lives.
Our services are available to all children with behavioral needs that are enrolled in their state's Medicaid or otherwise funded programs. Families of children who do not qualify for these programs are still encouraged to contact Maxim and discuss treatment options.
*Service offerings may vary by individual office location. Find a Maxim Behavioral Health Services office location near you to learn more.