The professional accredited staff is composed of a treatment team with specialties in disciplines such as marriage and family counseling, psychology, and substance abuse counseling.
The diversity of the Community Counseling Center staff’s experience and education assures the most caring and appropriate treatment services to meet each individual’s needs
Accreditations and Certifications
Community Counseling Center’s treatment programs are accredited and funded by the Nevada State Health Division, the Substance Abuse Prevention and Treatment Agency (SAPTA) and are licensed by The State of Nevada, the Bureau of Health Facilities and Carson City.
The CCBHC Staffing Plan
The CCBHC staffing plan meets the requirements of the state behavioral health authority and any accreditation standards required by the state, is informed by the state’s initial needs assessment, and includes clinical and JDeer staff.
The CCBHC has a training plan, for all employed and contract staff, and for providers at DCOs who have contact with CCBHC consumers or their families, which satisfies and includes requirements of the state behavioral health authority and any accreditation standards on training which may be required by the state. Training must address cultural competence; person-centered and family-centered, recovery-oriented, evidence-based and trauma-informed care; and primary care/behavioral health integration. This training, as well as training on the clinic’s continuity plan, occurs at orientation, and thereafter at reasonable intervals as may be required by the state or accrediting agencies. At orientation and annually thereafter, the CCBHC provides training about: (1) risk assessment, suicide prevention and suicide response; (2) the roles of families and peers; and (3) such other trainings as may be required by the state or accrediting agency on an annual basis. If necessary, trainings may be provided on-line.
Cultural competency training addresses diversity within the organization’s service population and, to the extent active duty military or veterans are being served, must include information related to military culture.
Interpretation/translation service(s) are provided that are appropriate and timely for the size/needs of the LEP CCBHC consumer population (e.g., bilingual providers, onsite interpreters, language telephone line): To the extent interpreters are used, such translation service providers are trained to function fl a medical and, preferably, a behavioral health setting.