Intermountain bases its approach on empirical behavioral principles.
Programs are flexible, individualized and built to maximize preventative and positive practices.
Programs promote the individual’s choice and participation in the treatment process.
Treatment processes include assessing individual skills, setting goals and devising strategies to attain set goals.
Intermountain strives to support members in their own families, homes and communities, wherever possible, through education, vocational training and family-based services.
Intermountain provides foster care, residential and other services to individuals needing a better alternative than remaining in their family, home or community.
Self-sufficiency, independence and self-management are implicit goals of the Intermountain programs.
Intermountain is committed to utilizing holistic services, when appropriate, rather than limiting to only clinical services.
Programs promote the integration of a variety of populations in a common therapeutic environment.
Staff personnel are dedicated to developing diversity and cultural competence in identifying and supporting cultural context related to individual needs, strengths and goals.
Programs are not restrictive to race, ethnicity, religion, gender or gender preference.