Patient
Centered
Care

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We offer a variety of services and supports tailored to each consumer’s needs and not their diagnosis. We support freedom of choice for daily living experiences such as meals, visitors, and sleep schedules. We promote opportunities to pursue community activities, develop new skills and practice positive behaviors.

Training

Training and assistance of independent living skills including hygiene and basic housekeeping.

Medication Compliance

Medication compliance, administration, and monitoring.

Care Coordination

Coordination of needed mental health and physical health services.

Transportation

Transportation to appointments, shopping, visitations or community events.

Healthy Eating

Home-prepared nutritious meals and snacks including specialized dietary needs.

Community Integration

Coordination of community programs, recreational and leisure activities, recovery groups, and other consumer requests.

Financial Assistance

Obtaining financial assistance and maintaining personal financial affairs.

Crisis Intervention

Crisis intervention and support.

Clinical Services

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Throughout our programming, we use evidence-based therapies that have been rigorously evaluated through authenticated studies with treatment and control group designs to help our residents progress and achieve their highest level of function.

Culture of Gentleness

Developed by the Center for Positive Living Support, these values make it possible to support a person in moments of stress. When people feel safe, valued, and empowered, they become active participants in their own lives.

Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT)

A highly effective type of cognitive-behavioral psychotherapy that helps teach four sets of behavioral skills: mindfulness, distress tolerance, interpersonal effectiveness, and emotion regulation.

Pet Visitation

Animal-assisted therapy and activities that help people recover from or better cope with health problems and mental health disorders.

Person-Centered Living

We meet or exceed the current standards set by Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services for person-centered planning to ensure each consumer’s health and long-term needs reflect their individual preferences and goals.

Community Living Supports

Guidance, direction, and training that help consumers live independently and participate actively in the community.

Personal Care Services

Our staff assists adults with activities of daily living, self-care, and basic needs, such as bathing, tooth brushing, toileting, etc.

Wellness Action Recovery Program (WRAP)

A group intervention that guides participants though a process of identifying and understanding their personal wellness goals and helps them develop individualized plans to manage their mental illness.

Seeking Safety

For consumers with a history of trauma or substance abuse, we focus on psycho-education and coping skills using evidence-based cognitive, behavioral, interpersonal, and case management tools.