Overview of Services
- Psychiatric/Medication services and monitoring
- Case Management
- Individual treatment planning
- Multidisciplinary treatment team
- Co-occurring Services
- Specialized services for DDD consumers
- Relapse Prevention
- Crisis screening and intervention
- Linkages to community services
- Wellness & Recovery plans
- Daily Community Meeting
- Conflict Resolution & Anger Management Skills
- Stress Management & Coping Skills
- Computer Skills
- Life Skills Training
- Pre-vocational work units
- Transportation Services
- Creative Arts & Music Groups
- Outreach Calls
- Recreational & social activities
- Health & nutritional services
Consumers are assessed according to their levels of functioning and placed in appropriate tracks.
Adult consumers ages 18 & over with a diagnosis of a serious mental illness and a history of drug or substance abuse or addictions (drugs, gambling, etc.). Consumers will attend groups that are designed to address the specific issues common to this population to help them maintain and sustain sobriety.
New High Functioning Track
Adult consumers with a diagnosis of serious mental illness, or diagnosed as having a Co-Occurring Disorder, attend daily groups specifically designed for those clients that maintain higher more independent levels of functioning, communicate well and are able to process more advanced group discussions.
Special Needs Track
Adult consumers having specialized needs attend smaller, more structured groups designed to provide skills necessary to help them maintain their independence and community placements and to achieve their goals. Special needs consumers are diagnosed with developmental and learning disabilities, poor impulse control, anger management problems, limited attention spans and concentration, and poor social and interpersonal skills. institutionalization.