Brief Intervention Program (BIP) - Tucson
Devereux’s Brief Intervention Program (BIP) is a licensed behavioral health residential setting which includes 24-hour supervision and therapeutic services.
Services are designed for youth who have significant deficits in social, behavioral, psychiatric, and psychological functioning and who require active treatment in an environment with a high degree of oversight, intensive programming, treatment, and continuous supervision provided by professional behavioral health staff to stabilize current crisis.
Residential services provide the opportunity to identify a youth’s treatment needs in collaboration with the intake agency and the child and family team (CFT) to facilitate the youth’s return to their home, a foster home or a community-based setting.
BIP Length of Stay
The length of stay is brief and targeted for short-term interventions of 10-15 days with the goal of working intensively with the assigned intake agency to return the adolescent to their home, foster home or community-based placement as quickly as possible.
BIP Eligible Populations
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