This Department of Mental Health-funded program provides intensive support services to help individuals increase their independence and enhance their daily living skills. The program provides individualized treatment to its participants while assisting them within the community as they transition to less intensive levels of care. The program offers a variety of groups including relapse prevention and Illness Management and Recovery (IMR), as well as Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), Peer Support, and Supported Employment.
Supported Housing Counselors are responsible for providing support services, transportation of individuals, medication administration, and service documentation as required. Supported Housing Counselors also provide crisis counseling to all individuals as needed and maintain an assigned caseload.