Family Services

Our Services

The vision of 180 Community Wellness Centers is to be the premier franchise agency of change for the individuals, families and communities of southern Nevada and beyond (by providing quality transformative and rehabilitative services.)

Diagnostic Assessment

The diagnostic assessment is a tool used by licensed clinicians of 180 Community Wellness Centers to help determine the clinical needs of individuals seeking services with 180 Community Wellness Centers.  The assessment is conducted in an interview format and the information gathered is utilized to develop a treatment plan through a variety of services (Basic Skills Training, Psychosocial Rehabilitation, Day Treatment and Psychotherapy) to assist individuals with regaining the ability to function optimally.

Basic Skills Training (BST)

BST is designed to assist individuals and their families function at age level while managing their lives with as much independence as possible through mastery of skills such as:

  • Basic living and self-care skills
  • Social skills
  • Communication skills
  • Parental training
  • Organization and time management skills

Psychosocial Rehabilitation (PSR)

PSR is designed to assist individuals and families to adapt and function optimally in social environments (school, work and the community) with hands on treatment interventions to help develop skills such as:

  • Behavior management
  • Social competency
  • Problem identification
  • Conflict resolution
  • Effective communication
  • Moral reasoning
  • Identity and emotional intimacy
  • Self-sufficiency
  • Life goals

Day Treatment

Day Treatment is a therapeutic program offered to children, adolescents and adults needing assistance achieving social competence and mastery of social skills to assist them in functioning at their optimal capacity.

  • Children ages 5-11 (Elementary school)
    • Character development
    • Anger management
    • Social engagement
    • Impulse control
    • Healthy boundaries
  • Adolescent ages 12-17 (Middle and High School)
    • Character Building
    • Self-Esteem
    • Self-Identity
    • Impulse Control
    • Healthy Social Skills
    • Respect for rules and authority figures
    • Developing daily living skills
  • Adults 18 and older
    • Independent living skills
    • Self efficacy
    • Managing daily tasks
    • Gaining and maintaining healthy social skills
    • Job/Career skills building
    • Parental support and training


Psychotherapy, as known as “talk therapy”, is a service offered a licensed clinician to individuals and families in need talking through past/current trauma and issues as they seek to resolve them and become emotionally, mentally and relationally whole.

Child/Client and Family Team (CFT) Meeting

A CFT meeting is held least once every 90 days and is designed to give the client, their family and the servicing providers the opportunity to review the relevance of treatment plan goals, determine the level or lack of progress towards treatment goals and to evaluate the satisfaction of services received.