Touchstone

Rehabilitation

 

Learn more about Aspire BHDD Outpatient Services and Touchstone Dual Diagnosis Residential Program.

Accessible Care: Aspire BHDD Services is committed to keeping in network with various payor sources for the delivery of services. Current payor sources include (but are not limited to): Aetna, Blue Cross Blue Shield, Cigna, Tri-Care, United Health, Medicare, Medicaid, Amerigroup, Peach State Health Plan, WellCare, Self-Pay (including sliding scale fees based on income).

Aspire BHDD

Outpatient Services (Adults 18+)

Aspire BHDD Services provides outpatient clinic services for individuals age 18 and older with mental health and addictive disease needs. At our clinics, individuals can be assessed to determine their specific treatment needs and preferences, including counseling (group, family, and individual) and medication. Medication management, education, and crisis intervention services are also available.

Child and Adolescent Services (Ages 5+)

Aspire BHDD Services serves children, adolescents, and families who are dealing with behavioral problems, emotional disorders, and substance abuse. We work with children from age 5 years old and up whose emotional or behavioral issues limit their daily functioning in the home, school, and community.

Community Support Team (CST)

CST provides services in the community to participants on a 24/7 basis. CST is a team of professionals from various backgrounds who treat the whole person with medication, therapy, case management, employment readiness, education, skill-building, crisis intervention, and case management. CST services are aimed at adults with mental illness (who might also have a co-occurring addiction) who frequently are in crisis, often needing hospitalization.

Touchstone Dual Diagnosis Residential Program

The Touchstone Dual Diagnosis Residential Program provides treatment for adults experiencing problems with co-occurring psychiatric disorders and addictive diseases. The individuals receive comprehensive, quality, individualized treatment/training to develop recovery skills in the least restrictive and safe environment that will best meet their needs. This recovery-focused, evidence-based model will be initiated at the time of admission and remain throughout the entire treatment process.

Referrals are being accepted for both females and males ages 18 and over. Participants who are accepted into the program will complete an initial screening and assessment through admission to the Behavioral Health Crisis Center in Albany, Georgia.
Touchstone Dual Diagnosis Residential Program Referral Form
Touchstone Referral Form
Please forward the completed referral form to the following point of contact:

Aspire BHDD Services - Touchstone
Attention: Elsa Crawford
55 RE Jennings Avenue SE;
Arlington, Georgia 39813
P: 229.725.3333
F: 229.725.3331
mcrawford@albanycsb.org

Developmental Disability Services

Aspire BHDD Services' developmental disability services are person-centered and are planned according to the expressed needs and wants of the individual served. Services keep individuals actively involved in planning their lives and participating as members of the community at home and at work. For those who cannot remain in their own home, residential services are available.

Aspire BHDD Services currently operates three centers serving individuals with developmental disabilities for the purpose of providing community access to help participants acquire, retain or improve self-help, socialization and adaptive skills required for active participation and independent functioning outside the home. The centers are located in the following locations:

Calhoun-Early-Miller DD Service Center - Blakely, Georgia

Primus Industries - Albany, Georgia

T & L Industries - Dawson, Georgia