Sage Health


Autism Support -

Sage Health Services provides intensive, one-to-one , in-home support to families and individuals who have been diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). Some of the areas that can be addressed through Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) include:

  • General Behavior Management
  • Social Skills
  • Adaptive/Self-Help Skills
  • Academic Skills (Number, Letters, Shapes, Colors, etc.)

Therapy -

Sage offers a variety of in-home and office therapy services.  Our commitment is to help our clients reach their highest potential through a variety of clinical supports.  Individual, family, relationship, and group therapy services are available to meet our clients’ needs.  (In Southern Nevada, therapy services are provided by Neubauer Mental Health Services.

Child Therapy

Medication Management -

Sage Health Services recognizes the potential benefit of psychotropic medication support in conjunction with therapy and other outpatient services.  If desired, these supports are available through a network of well-qualified clinicians.  


PSR - Psychosocial Rehabilitation:  This in-home and community-based service provides resources for those wanting assistance with a variety of mental health issues.  This service provides additional coping skills for people currently in therapy and/or taking psychotropic medication.  Sage provides the following areas of support:

  • Behavior Management
  • Conflict Resolution
  • Social Relationships
  • Effective Communication
  • Self-Esteem
  • Appropriate Social Boundaries

BST - Basic Skills Training: This program provides in-home and community-based support with many activities of daily living. Our trained professionals teach the skills necessary for various levels of independent living.  Some of the common support areas include:

  • Money Management
  • Personal Care
  • Time Management
  • Home Management
  • Transitional Living

Telehealth -

In some situations, Sage Health Services can provide therapy service via telehealth. This occurs when an individual receives therapy from their home via a videoconference format. Telehealth can be utilized when a client has an Internet-enabled device (smartphone, tablet, computer).