Low Country Professional
Intervention Services, LLC

"Opening Doors for a Better Life"

At Low Country Professional Intervention Services, LLC (LCPIS), our specific services revolve around the following:

  • ADD
  • Anxiety
  • Behavioral Modification (Children and Adolescents)
  • Case Management
  • Comprehensive Diagnostic Assessments
  • Crisis Management
  • Domestic Violence
  • Family Support
  • Independent Living Skills Training (Adults)
  • Individual and Family Psychotherapy

  • Interventions
  • LGBTQ Counseling
  • Medicaid Targeted Case Management Program (MTCM)
  • Prevention Services
  • Psychosocial Rehabilitation
  • PTSD
  • Rehabilitation
  • Rehabilitative Behavioral Health Services (RBHS)
  • Service Coordination
  • Transition Coordination

Family Support

LCPIS offers parenting classes, substance abuse support groups, group counseling, and anger management classes. Individuals are assessed based on their level of readiness to participate in such groups. In the spirit of integrity and respect, they must also sign a contract to pertaining to the observance of privacy, ethical treatment guidelines, code of conduct, and their rights and responsibilities.


Functional Family Therapy

This type of therapy allows for a successful intervention in complex issues through flexibly structured and culturally sensitive clinical practice. This treatment is also accountable to the youth, their families, and their community as an effective prevention program.

The following are the most common:

  • Individual Therapy - occurs when a therapist meets with a consumer on a one-on-one basis
  • Family Therapy - involves a therapist working with a family unit (related or not)
  • Group Therapy - encompasses a therapist working with a group of people who are all struggling with similar issues
  • Couples Therapy - consists of a therapist who works with a couple overwhelmed with marital or relationship issues


Psychotherapy as a learning experience allows clients to learn about themselves and how they can overcome difficulties, develop skills, or change themselves for the better. Often, it feels good just to have a person to vent to, and other times, it is useful to learn different techniques to help deal with stress.

Targeted Case Management

Commonly regarded as “social work,” targeted case management refers to a set of services where a client is assisted in locating resources within his or her community to help those in need. Daily life can be doubly demanding if it is compounded with mental illness. Case management services make sure that a client receives everything he or she needs to improve his or her quality of life.

A case manager may assist in scheduling medical appointments, finding jobs or housing, and many others. If a client does not know if there is a program available which will help him or her obtain a GED or is unsure of how to apply for a government grant for first-time homeowners, a case manager can help.


An initial assessment is used to determine a client’s mental status, social functioning, and physical or medical conditions. Such assessments include clinical interviews, as well as thorough background reviews. In addition, initial assessments include clinical summaries to recommend and prioritize mental health and/or other needed services.

Rehabilitative Behavioral Health Services (RBHS)

Rehabilitative Behavioral Health Services (RBHS) are considered to be an intensive package of services that exceeds traditional counseling. These are provided on more frequently and are generally targeted toward more problematic behaviors and more severe symptoms of mental health problems.

RBHS develop and promote various methods for a client to return to, or finally achieve, optimal wellness. Clients are also equipped with various skills that are vital for everyday living.

Service Plan Development

LCPIS uses person-centered treatment planning. Clients and their families have the final say in their vision to recovery with LCPIS’s clinical coaching and directing. Our individual plan of care (IPOC) is a complete and personalized plan of care to improve a client’s condition.

The plan is developed in collaboration with the client, which may include an interdisciplinary team composed of people close to him or her. Multiple members of this team may help in the plan’s development, preparation, and/or review.