Mission: Helping individuals with mental illness achieve their unique potential and to live, work, learn and contribute in a community of mutual support through development and operation of community-based treatment, rehabilitation, and support services.
Programs: Residential rehabilitation services: 153 men and women with mental illness were served in supervised group living in a residential community where individuals develop the skills and stability to make the next step in recovery possible.
day rehabilitation services: 848 persons with mental illness were served in a weekday program focusing on learning about one's illness, developing the skills to perform everyday tasks, and reentering into work and community life. Nearly 150,000 hours of hands-on and experiential-based learning was provided.
assertive community treatment services: utilizes a multi-disciplinary team approach in providing a range of community treatment, rehabilitation, and support services aimed at increasing community tenure. 116 persons were served with a 99% community tenure rate during the year.
the other programs include: behavioral health education and training, community support, homeless services, vocational services, soar, family and peer education and support, peer crisis diversion, and integrated primary and behavioral health services.