Mission: Improving people's lives by pioneering and sustaining effective mental health and substance use disorder services.
Programs: Journey's community-based services include four state certified community support programs that employ the principles of assertive community treatment, considered a highly effect community-based treatment intervention enabling individuals with serious mental illness to live non-restrictively in the community. Other programs in journey's community-based services division are specific to certain populations including school age children with trauma, families at-risk for losing their children due to drugs/violence, teens and young adults who have experienced their first psychotic episode, and hmong and southeast asians living with post-traumatic stress disorder.
journey's clinic-based services help adults age 18 and over with mental health and co-occurring substance use disorders through psychiatry and group services, medication management, and integrated physical health care. Journey also serves children struggling with psychiatric stability. Journey offers culturally specific services to african americans, latino populations, and the hmong population. Evidence-based practices employed include cognitive behavioral therapy and eye movement desensitization and reprocessing (emdr) therapy. Additionally, journey also offers clinical assessments for intoxicated drivers.
journey's emergency services serve adults age 18 and over in an emerging mental health crisis by offering 24/7/365 crisis hotline, crisis intervention and stabilization teams; a non-restrictive emergency detention facility; a post-crisis step down facility; and a community services referral program to help individuals overcome hardships, such as loss of housing, after a crisis. Care provided is clinically competent, trauma-informed, and inclusive in all facets.