In-Home Family Therapy

In-home therapy can prevent children from being placed outside the home while also strengthening family relationships. By bringing the services to the clients, there is a greater chance everyone will participate.

Parent Programs

The demands presented by children with problems of alcohol and drug use, delinquent behavior, or school-related behaviors often become too overwhelming for parents to address on their own. Parents may lack the breadth of skills necessary to deal with the intensity and nature of their children's behavior.

  • Parent Skill Builder
    Developed in 2007, the Parent Skill Building (PSB) program is designed to assist families as they work to increase and improve their parenting skills.
  • Training in Parent Skills (TiPS) Program
    Designed for the family that does not require in home therapy services and is able to be self directed.

Outpatient Counseling

In both Madison and Monroe, we provide confidential counseling and therapy services to adults and children. A wide range of issues are addressed including depression, anxiety, family conflicts, and marital discord.

Independent Living Skills & other Community Programs

Independent Living Skills for Adolescents

The Independent Living Skills program provided by Orion Family Services is designed to teach and enhance a variety of living skills

PASS (Positive Accountability, Supervision and Support)

Participants in Orion’s PASS program are typically not thrilled about participating in this program but have been directed to do so by the court and the county human services system.

Supervised Visitation

The Orion Supervised Visitation Service is designed so that parents and their children may have safe and supervised contact.

IHSS (In Home Safety Services)

CCS (Comprehensive Community Services) Related Services

The CCS program offers a wide array of psychosocial rehabilitation services. These are services and supportive activities that assist CCS clients with mental health and/or substance use conditions to achieve their highest possible level of independent functioning, stability, and independence, and to facilitate recovery.