What is Bright Path NeuroBehavioral Therapy ConneXion?
The purpose of the Bright Path Community Based NeuroBehavioral Therapy ConneXion is to improve access to cognitive, behavioral and addiction services for adults, as well as seniors, by creating supportive relationships with community-based therapists, mental health practitioners and support groups that provide Health and Wellness Programs that encompass the entire mind and body.
Programming is individualized (individual therapy sessions) with appointments available from 8 AM to 7 PM.
Programs and systems are designed to support young adults and seniors with mental health disorders (Axis I: mental illness), behavioral disorders, addiction disorders and cognitive impairment.
We believe the ‘best’ treatment for residents is in ‘their’ community within a residential-like setting rather than a hospital or clinical setting and/or in a non-integrated care setting.
What Makes Bright Path Program GPS Different?
What does this Mean? The Gold Seal of Approval requires our program to operate and delivery services at a higher level of standard. The Mission and Vision of the Joint Commission is as follows:
Mission: To continuously improve health care for the public, in collaboration with other stakeholders, by evaluating health care organizations and inspiring them to excel in providing safe and effective care of the highest quality and value.
Vision: All people always experience the safest, highest quality, best-value health care across all settings.
Our programs are designed around ‘systems of care’ with the goal of providing a seamless integrated continuum-of-care that may include any of the following:
- Supported/Transitional Housing (full or partial supervision)
- Intensive Out-Patient Programs (Mental Health),
- Senior Health and Wellness programming (‘Brain Flex’) along with adjunct services such as art, music, yoga, massage, etc.)
- Addiction Psycho-Educational Out-Patient Program
- Pain Program – Out-Patient
- Vocational Support
- Case Management
- Self-Help Groups
Included in the program design is access to local resources, family participation and physician lead oversight of care plans. Care plans are inter- and multi-disciplined and include the active involvement of the resident and the residents family/care-takers.
Programs are designed to meet state/federal government regulations (i.e., CMS Special Conditions) and accrediting bodies (i.e., The joint Commission) that include ‘active treatment’ and ‘quality measures’.
What Comprises the Program?
Bright Path Program GPS is comprised of a network of treatment providers that offer comprehensive care for individuals of all ages to address mental health disorders, behavioral health concerns and chemical dependency issues. Through our program partners, we offer the following services all at one convenient location:
- CBT (Bright Path GPS);
- Addiction Program (Bright Path GPS);
- Mental Health IOP (Bright Path GPS);
- Pain Program (Bright Path GPS); and
- Senior Health and Wellness Program.
- Pain Program (Bright Path GPS)
- Psycho-Educational Addiction Program
- Physical Therapy and Occupational Therapy
- Family Programming and Counseling
- Senior Health and Wellness Program (half-day program – Bright Path GPS)
- Cognitive Behavioral Program for Seniors
Programming is offered at 347 Carpenter Drive and 270 Carpenter Drive (Suite 230), Sandy Springs, Georgia 30328.
How Do I Pay for Services?
- Individuals pay privately for the program through individual therapy sessions and/or with an addiction counselor/therapist (the program is overseen by counselors/therapists and Medical Doctors)
- Portions of the program may be covered by insurance/Medicare (out-of- network in some instances). Supporting documentation is provided.
Admission to programming varies depending on the chosen modality. Some of the programming requires assessment while others are based on an initial assessment.
The application process can include any of the following processes:
- Psycho-Social Evaluation;
- Psychiatric Evaluation;
- Participant Contract;
- Master Treatment Plan (Care Plan);
- Group Case Note Template; and/or
- Individual Case Note Template.
Programming is individualized (individual sessions) with hours ranging from 8:00 AM – 7 PM.
Programming is available Monday through Friday.
For client referrals, please call (404) 200-1925 / (404) 786-4440 to arrange a telephone screening and schedule an intake appointment. Program intake can occur within two days of the phone screening.