History of Therapeutic Services
Therapeutic Services at RISE emerged to fill gaps in RISE programs and services as they evolved over time. Our services started out as the CCF-Hospital Diversion Program (a brief, intensive version of the CCF Wraparound Model that also included in-home family focused therapy) and Home-Based Therapeutic Services (Working with home-visiting program participants of ECI – the Early Childhood Initiative- providing therapy for caregivers and children up to age 8).
Our team of therapeutic providers at RISE now offer services via a range of avenues to a wide variety of individuals. While each of our providers brings their own unique strengths and clinical interests, our team’s approach is influenced by our origins.
Values and Approach
Teaming and Collaboration
- We prioritize collaborating with and growing the teams that support our participants.
- We believe the work of therapy does not happen in a vacuum.
- We are attentive to how participants are impacted by the communities and systems they interact with.
- We use a relational and attachment-informed approach. We work to include caregivers in the treatment of all minors. We work with adult participants to understand their history and their support system.
- We continually educate ourselves on the impact of trauma on people and communities.
- We prioritize using treatments that are effective in mitigating the impact of trauma.
- We include a trauma lens in our assessment.
Strengths-based and Person-centered
- We trust each participant’s wisdom and expertise regarding their experience and recovery journey.
- We work to collaboratively identify and build on resources that are already present in our participants’ lives and selves.
- We meet with participants in their homes and communities. We can also offer office-based or telehealth appointments.
- We believe that recovery is most sustainable when done in community.
Crises are moments for learning and change
- We are prepared to collaborate with teams and support networks (both formal and informal) to work toward safety and stability for participants experiencing crisis situations (such as suicidal ideation and safety concerns).
Services We Provide
Crisis Stabilization & Diversion Services
Crisis Stabilization & Diversion Services provide in-home crisis stabilization services to families with commercial or private insurance and who have a child or young adult at risk of psychiatric hospitalization, or need intensive post-hospitalization services to assist in the transition back to home, school, and the community.
- Intended for youth needing support to divert from inpatient psychiatric hospitalization or requiring intensive support post-hospitalization.
- Provides short-term, family and team focused interventions with the goal of preparing to maintain stability in the community with team support and ongoing services.
- Accepting referrals (as immediate openings allow) from RISE service facilitators and from certain commercial insurance companies (GHC, Quartz, and SSM Health).
- This service does not hold a waitlist and referrals will be matched with a provider based on immediate availability.
Contact the Therapeutic Services Team Program Supervisor to see if your insurance will cover Crisis Stabilization & Diversion services, or to learn more.
To make a Crisis Stabilization and Diversion Services (private insurance or private pay) referral call 608-210-0127.
CCS Psychotherapy and Individual/Family Psychoeducation
Psychotherapy services are available to any youth or adult currently enrolled in Dane County’s Comprehensive Community Services (CCS) program. CCS Psychotherapy services may be provided in the home or in an office-based setting, and at days and times that are convenient for you. The Therapeutic Services Team uses a person-centered, strengths-based approach to mental health care and wellness. Referrals for CCS Psychotherapy at RISE should come from the CCS Service Facilitator.
- Accepting referrals from any CCS service facilitator in Dane County.
- Referrals will be matched with a provider based on fit of clinical needs and availability.
- Provides individualized treatment plan based on needs and desires of the participant.
- See our Values and Approach
- See Meet our Providers for more information
To make a CCS Psychotherapy/Psychoeducation referral submit Referral Online.
To learn more about the Therapeutic Services Team contact the Therapeutic Services Team Program Supervisor, Sarah Chodorow, at 608-210-0127.
If you are currently enrolled in services with another program at RISE, talk with your coordinator or facilitator about your interest in therapeutic services at RISE.