Since 1961, The Association for Individual Development (AID) has served individuals with developmental, intellectual, physical and/or mental health challenges, those who have suffered a trauma and those at risk. Vital, life-enriching services that promote the highest level of independence and community immersion include: autism programs permanent supportive housing in-home support developmental and vocational training job placement and on-the-job coaching services crisis intervention victims services mental health treatment behavioral intervention health and wellness community education; and advocacy.
AID DeKalb Services:
BEHAVIORAL HEALTH OUTPATIENT SERVICES
Therapy On-Site: Provides counseling in a community setting at an AID Day Program location. Therapy sessions can help manage symptoms of a mental illness, cope with a trauma or help control emotions.
Therapy In-Home/Community: Provides counseling in the clients’ home and/or in a community setting; removing barriers such as lack of transportation, day-care or mobility concerns. Community based services help increase follow-through with appointments and decrease missed appointments.
Allows people to live on their own and receive staff support at least once a week in their home which helps individuals thrive at work, in their personal lives and in the community.