Mental Health Case Study: Daimonn

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According to the Census Bureau Guidelines, the families combined income would fall in the lower income bracket. Daimonn has Medicaid and Mrs. Cherry is able to access other forms of community assistance and support. The family is not deemed indigent at this time; however, Daimonn has received Public Defender services for the current court matters.

Foster Care and Child Protective Services: The family reports no involvement with the Department of Social Services. Court records do not indicate any complaints being filed.

Education

Currently, Daimonn is enrolled full-time in the 7th grade at Churchland Middle School. The school placement is able to meet his needs at this time. In the last three months, Daimonn has attended school regularly,
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His family indicates he is in good physical health and has no known physical health issues. Therefore, there are no significant health issues to report. Daimonn has shown no indications of homicidal ideation and no indications of suicidal thoughts. There is no evidence that he was ever physically or sexually abused. There are indications that he has been sexually aggressive. According to the Psyco-sexual evaluation completed by Rebecca Bridges, LPC, CSOTP with Peninsula Therapy Center on June 13, 2016. Daimonn needs to “participate in treatment for juveniles with sexual behavior problems on an outpatient basis to obtain some sex offender education as well as develop a relapse prevention plan. Treatment should be with a treatment provider who is both licensed and specifically certified in the treatment of sexual offenders. The provider should belong to and/or subscribe to the practice standards of the Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abusers. Treatment should include individual therapy and adjunctive family …show more content…
Daimonn should have no contact with his victim. He should also have no unsupervised contact with individuals who are more than two years younger or who are more vulnerable than he. Daimonn should have no unsupervised access to the internet and close coordination with the courts and other agencies working with the juvenile and family.” He is not currently taking any prescribed

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