Behavioral Healthcare Services ASI offers advocacy for affected parties, emotional support for victims, in-home health services, supervision, education, new parent support and education, as well as caregiver support programs. Download Capabilities Statement blank blank blank blank blank blank blank blank blank blank
FAMILY MALTREATMENT
HEALTHCARE SERVICES

ASI provides a broad range of social services designed to prevent, treat, and raise awareness about family violence. The services include advocacy for affected parties, emotional support for victims, in-home health services, supervision, education, new parent support and education, as well as
caregiver support programs.

FAMILY MALTREATMENT AWARENESS, PREVENTION, AND TREATMENT
ASI is the exclusive provider of contract staff supporting the Pacific and European Air Force Regions since 2014. ASI provides Licensed Clinical Social Workers, Registered Nurses, Victim Advocates, and other social services support staff in the execution of two prime Air Force contracts.
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BEHAVIORAL HEALTHCARE SERVICES
ASI’s trained medical professionals address a multitude of behavioral health issues to include: Domestic Violence, Child and Partner Maltreatment, Substance Abuse, Depression, Anxiety, and Suicidal Tendencies. ASI is insured to provide both personal and non-personal services as well as clinical care and case management.
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TELEMEDICINE AND COVID-19 RESPONSE SERVICES
ASI has responded to the COVID-19 Crisis and the resulting rise in mental health concerns by pivoting its staff to provide Telehealth consultations to include phone and video conferencing for mental health consultations, group therapy, and virtual home visits.
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OUTREACH AND AWARENESS

ASI personnel provide awareness and training for the community surrounding each military installation related to signs and triggers of family maltreatment, as well as available options and outlets to pro-actively identify and mitigate family maltreatment incidents which resulted in increased voluntary enrollment in family maltreatment services.

 

PARTNERSHIPS AND COLLABORATION WITH TERTIARY
SUPPORT AGENCIES AND ORGANIZATIONS INCLUDE:

ASI providers participate in multidisciplinary mental health training by delivering presentations and trainings regarding behavioral health issues, referral services, or mental health conditions. We participate in team efforts to develop, implement, evaluate, and provide multidisciplinary mental health training, as well as clinical pathway programs needed in the clinic.

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PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS

 

  • Established Host Nation Agreements in Six Countries
  • Abilitiy to mobilize personnel to OCONUS locations
  • Recruitment of Qualified Medical Personnel in over 30 States
  • In Home Consultation
  • Development and Execution of Treament Plans as well as ongoing Case Management
  • Over $75M in contract awards focused solely on Behavioral Health
  • Proven abilitity to recruit US licensed medical professionals locally in OCONUS locations
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CORE SERVICES
WHAT WE
DO BETTER

We cover various aspects of Family Maltreatment, including:

RN CASE MANAGEMENT

SOCIAL WORK & COUNSELING

VICTIM ADVOCACY

NEW PARENT SUPPORT & EDUCATION

DOMESTIC VIOLENCE OUTREACH

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ASI FAMILY ADVOCACY
PROGRAM SUPPORT

ASI provides qualified clinical (masters level) social workers, U.S. licensed registered nurses, domestic abuse victim advocates, and family advocacy program staff personnel in implementing the Family Advocacy Program (FAP) at multiple United States Air Force (USAF) Military Treatment Facilities. As an 8(a) prime, ASI recruits, hires physically mobilizes (CONUS to OCONUS relocation), and initiates the on-boarding of qualified medical personnel at eleven (11) Military Treatment Facilities across the Pacific & European Region in support of the US Air Force FAP.

 

THROUGHOUT OUR CONTRACT WE WORK CONTINUOUSLY ON THE FOLLOWING TASKS WITH EXCELLENCE AND CAREFUL CONSIDERATION:

 

  • Establish treatment plans for families involved in maltreatment incidents to include group and individual counseling, with engagements typically lasting six months in duration.
  • Provide education to new and expecting parents related to setting expectations for their newborn child, how to properly care for, prepare the home environment, and promote a positive mental health environment.
  • Provide 24/7 response to family maltreatment incidents to include onsite response, triage services, temporary housing, coordination of separation orders, and ongoing victim support services and interaction
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