Treatment & Services
Using a holistic approach, DBMHS offers assessments; residential and outpatient treatment programs; individual, group, and family therapy; adventure-based counseling; crisis counseling/intervention; and after-care services. Unique to DBMHS are the cultural and spiritual services such as ceremonies, prayers and church services offered by traditional and faith-based practitioners. The Navajo Regional Behavioral Health Authority (RBHA) provides medically necessary case management services for Navajo People with serious mental illnesses.
Our primary services include the following:
Outpatient Mental Health and Substance Abuse Care
Residential Mental Health and Substance Abuse Care
- Substance and Suicide Prevention
- Building Communities of Hope
Traditional Based Services
Faith Based Services
Regional Behavioral Health Authority (RBHA)
Levels of Care
Services are provided in accordance with the American Society of Addiction Medicine (ASAM) Patient Placement Criteria. ASAM conceptualizes treatment as a continuum within the five levels of care, including decimal numbers used to further express gradations of intensity of services. These levels of care provide a standard nomenclature for describing the continuum of recovery-oriented addiction services. They are described below.
- ASAM Level 0.5: Prevention and Early Intervention
- ASAM Level I: Outpatient Treatment
- ASAM Level II: Intensive Outpatient/Partial
- ASAM Level III: Residential/Inpatient Treatment
- ASAM Level IV: Medically Managed Intensive Inpatient Treatment
Eligibility and Target Population: DBMHS serves the Native American people who reside on and near the Navajo Nation that are seeking prevention, education, and outreach services for alcohol and substance use and mental health.
Disclaimer: Please contact the nearest treatment center for detailed services. See our map showing treatment center locations.