Welcome to Brighter Tomorrow Community Services
Brighter Tomorrow Community Services is a behavioral health agency founded in Cleveland, Ohio that provides counseling, therapy, and case management services to individuals and families. The founders have a background oriented in helping people in need. They envisioned an agency built on engaging the underserved and often overlooked yet vital facet of social service. They maintain active partnerships with community organizations to develop an integrated pool of resources and professionals with the overall objective of improving mental health conditions. They will use the Brighter Tomorrow platform to advance the mission of self-efficacy and self-sufficiency.Read More...
Diagnostic Assessment (“Assessment”) is a clinical evaluation provided by a licensed practitioner. The Assessment can be conducted face-to-face or via telehealth. The Assessment is an evaluation of a client’s mental health, developmental disability, or substance abuse condition and results in the issuance of a Diagnostic Assessment report with a recommendation regarding whether the recipient meets enrollment criteria. The outcome of mental health assessment is to determine the need for care and recommend appropriate service/treatment or the need for further assessment.Read More
Behavioral Health Services
We provide behavioral health counseling and therapy with the goal of improving each clients sense of self and quality of life to include work, relationships, and daily functioning. Psychotherapy is often used either alone or in combination with medications to treat mental illnesses. Called “therapy” for short, the word psychotherapy actually involves a variety of treatment techniques. During psychotherapy, a person with a mental illness talks to a licensed and trained mental health care professional who helps him or her identify and work through the factors that may be triggering the illness.Read More
Community Psychiatric Supportive Treatment
Our Community Psychiatric Supportive Treatment Service (“CPST”) support a partnership between the client and their caseworker, helping to develop a person-centered treatment plan which will assist your loved one in managing their mental health conditions, psychiatric, medical care, housing, and other entitlements which will help improve their quality of life and independence.
We work with client on a frequent basis in order to ensure their treatment needs are met. Our goal is to help our client reach self-sufficiency. The services we provide are specific, measurable, and individualized services to each person served.Read More
Housing Resources, Job Search, Obtaining Benefits, Healthcare Entitlements
We Come to You
Our services can be completed at the client’s home, school, community setting, as well as at our office location. We also offer telehealth service which can be conducted via audio (only) or video and audio.
All of our therapist are Licensed Professional Clinical Counselors (LPCC-S ), Licensed Professional Counselors (LPC), Licensed Independent Social Workers (LISW) or Licensed Social Workers. We work with psychiatrist, nurses, employment specialists, peer support groups, parole/probation officers, case managers, and program supervisors.
A Community Mental Health Center
We have earned the Gold Seal of Approval for Behavioral Health Care and Human Services from The Joint Commission.
Brighter Tomorrow Community Services LLC has earned The Joint Commission’s Gold Seal of Approval.
Medicaid insurance is accepted. We accept Aetna Better Health of Ohio, United Healthcare, Molina Healthcare of Ohio, CareSource, Tricare, Buckeye Community Health Plan, Paramount Advantage.
Mental Health By The Numbers
Download the infographic You Are Not Alone
Download the infographic Mental Health Care Matters
Download the infographic The Ripple Effect of Mental Illness
Download the infographic Common Warning Signs of Mental Illness
Download the infographic It’s Okay to Talk About Suicide
The information on these infographics and this page comes from studies conducted by organizations like Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA), Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the U.S. Department of Justice. The terminology used reflects what is used in original studies. Terms like “serious mental illness,” “mental illness” or “mental health disorders” may all seem like they’re referring to the same thing, but in fact refer to specific diagnostic groups for that particular study.
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