Mission: The mission of the tellurian family of services is to provide a safe and nurturing environment to all those afflicted with substance abuse, addiction, mental illness, and homelessness, a broad range of innovative programs, treatment and services designed to allow each individual the opportunity to rebuild their life and re-enter the community as a productive member of society.
Programs: The organization provides transitional housing services to the chronically mentally ill and homeless. In 2014, this program provided services to approximately 145 different individuals. Two community-based residential facilities in dane county serve chronically mentally ill individuals on either a crisis basis or a long-term supportive basis. Each facility serves eight individuals at a time. The organization also provides transitional housing to homeless adults suffering from mental illness and/or substance abuse. In 2014, this program provided services to approximately 104 different individuals with an average stay of two months. In addition, the organization provides independent living arrangements to mentally ill clients and homeless individuals who have reached an ability to live independently but who may also require case management and supportive services. One facility serves eight individuals in a home-like environment and another facility serves four in addition to eight rental apartments.
the organization provides residential crisis stabilization services to adults suffering from mental illness, substance abuse, and addictions. Residents are provided supportive services on an individual basis and in group settings in 2014. An estimated 4,931 units of service were provided in this program.
the organization provides alcohol and drug detoxification services in dane county, wisconsin. This program served an estimated 3,622 individuals in 2014, for a total of 4,708 days of care. Those persons completing service are referred, if appropriate, to continuing care programs at an appropriate level of care to address their substance abuse problems.