Jason Haglund is the Director of Treatment Services for Youth & Shelter Services, Inc. He obtained an undergraduate degree in Psychology from the University of Northern Iowa and his Masters in Counseling from Gannon University in Erie, PA. Jason joined YSS in September 2006 as the Director of Chemical Dependency. In 2008, he successfully merged the Family Counseling Centers of Boone and Ames with the Chemical Dependency Branch to form Treatment Services. As Director of Treatment Services, Jason has continued to lead YSS toward its goal of providing holistic and truly co-occurring services in all treatment programs. He organized and led YSS in the effort that, in 2009, led to the awarding of the maximum three-year national accreditation from CARF International for all nine core program areas provided. Mr. Haglund has worked with youth and their families his entire career in various levels of community and residential care. His professional experiences of emergency on-site crisis counseling, de-escalation ,and assessment of seriously mentally ill children and adults, coupled with his work in long-term, locked adolescent correctional/treatment facilities, gives him a unique perspective of at-risk, mentally-ill, and chemically-dependent youth and their families.
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Youth & Shelter Services provides treatment programs for adolescents with substance abuse issues and co-occurring mental health conditions. Treatment at YSS is evidence-based and includes counseling, intervention, and education to promote personal responsibility and long-term recovery. YSS also provides support services for patients’ families and loved ones, and encourages family involvement in the recovery process.
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- Individual Therapy
This term describes one-on-one therapy, in which a patient and trained counselor, social worker, psychologist or psychiatrist meets privately with a patient to discuss challenges related to lifestyle, work, family and romantic relationships that may have contributed to the development of an addiction.
- Holistic Therapy
Facilities that offer “holistic therapy” see and treat patients in the context of their entire lives and health status. They treat the “whole person,” not just the addiction.
Jason Haglund, MS, CADC - Treatment Services Director
Jill Hill, IADC - Treatment Services Associate Director
Jill Hill is the Treatment Services Associate Director and serves as the clinical supervisor for extended outpatient programs in Ames and area schools. She obtained her Bachelor degree in Family Services from Iowa State University, and has been at YSS for over twenty-one years. She has served as the Treatment Services Associate Director at YSS for the past nine years. Jill has been involved as a supervisor for both residential and outpatient treatment programs. Ms. Hill has been an International Drug and Alcohol Counselor (IADC) for over eighteen years and holds certification in international reciprocity consortium. She is a member of the Iowa Disaster Behavioral Health Response Team, and has served in the Credentialing Department of the Iowa Board of Certification for over fourteen years, conducting clinical reviews for individuals seeking to become certified addictions counselors. Ms. Hill is also a certified Change Leader by the Network for the Improvement of Addiction Treatment (NIATx) and is committed to a civic organization, Beta Sigma Phi Sorority, to give back to her community.
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