Outpatient & Medical Services
Supportive psychiatric evaluation, treatment and supervision is provided by psychiatrists and by nurses, therapists, and other staff members who have had training specific to working with clients who have serious and persistent mental illnesses. Referrals are made, as needed, to appropriate physicians of the client's choice, as necessary.
Rehabilitative Day Program (Community Integration)
Skills Trainers provide a psychosocial day program. The program is geared toward assisting clients with activities of daily living to maintain their optimal levels of independent functioning and to prevent unnecessary hospitalizations. Opportunities are provided for participation in local and cultural events.
Intervention Specialists assist clients by providing a myriad of services in the home, the community and in the psychosocial day program. These services may include counseling, assistance with medication compliance and monitoring, budgeting or providing assistance in obtaining benefits.
A Mental Health Professional is 'on-call' and available by cell phone 24 hours per day, 7 days per week. Interventions provided may include telephone counseling, face to face intervention, transportation, and/or pre-admission assessment for hospitalization.