Mission: The organizations's primary exempt purpose is to provide a coordinated mental health care delivery system for the residents of its catchment area.
Programs: Residential: the program is a system of community care centers designed to provide residential services to adults suffering from mental illness or who are homeless and require rehabilitative services to avoid long-term inpatient psychiatric care. It is organized in such a manner as to provide continuing care for those individuals at high risk.
outpatient medical: this unit offers medical and psychiatric services to all consumers in accordance with industry standards. Services include psychiatric evaluations, medication monitoring and management, and limited outpatient psychotherapy. The unit assumes responsibility for the medical management of all the center's clients.
case management: this program provides an intermediate level of services for clients requiring more than appointment-based outpatient care, but not needing twenty-four hours of psychiatric inpatient services. The principal focus of this service is to provide support structure and supervision, adaptive training and social recreational services designed to overcome the adaptive deficits, social isolation, and demoralization experienced by the chronically mentally-ill population.
crisis support and other services: the organization provides services to individuals who have been diagnosed with major mental illnesses, hospitalized for treatment of major illnesses, and/or have a degree of serious dysfunction that seriously impairs their ability to function independently in the community.