Expertise

Based on decades of experience and driven by our relentless pursuit of knowledge, our expertise fuels improved quality and performance.

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Expertise

Based on decades of experience and driven by our relentless pursuit of knowledge, our expertise fuels improved quality and performance.

Behavioral Health

We manage tailored behavioral health programs that emphasize principles of recovery, integration, and person-centeredness while maximizing the efficient use of available resources.

Intellectual & Developmental Disabilities

We support individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities to achieve independence and full participation and provide statewide eligibility/needs assessments and quality oversight services.

Aging & Disability Support

We provide clinical and long-term supports and services to aging individuals and adults with disabilities and support them to live with independence and dignity in home and community-based settings.

Correctional Mental Health

We deliver correctional mental health services to justice and law enforcement agencies, including acute stabilization units, inpatient psychiatric units, and jail-based competency restoration programs.

Sex Offender Management

We manage statewide programs of sex offense-specific treatment and community supervision including specialized treatment, risk assessments, re-entry programming, and case management supervision.

Explore Liberty’s proven health and human services management solutions.

President of ATSA Gives Reassuring Message to Members

In these unprecedented times, Liberty Executive Clinical Director and ATSA President Shan Jumper, PhD, expressed compassion and positivity toward the ATSA organization.

The Enhanced Behavioral Support Home Model: A commUNITY for All

As a proud sponsor of the 2020 NASDDDS Mid-Year Conference, Liberty Healthcare will give a virtual tour of an Enhanced Behavioral Support Home on Thursday, June 4 starting at 4:00 pm EST.

45th Annual FMHAC Conference

Join Alan Stillman, LCSW at FMHAC’s 45th Annual Conference

Alan Stillman presents interventions for developmentally delayed adults with sexual offending behaviors at the Annual Conference of the Forensic Mental Health Association of California on March 12, at 3:00 PM.