Mission: Promote the overall health, well being, independence, and capabilities of adult women by providing behavioral health treatment and transitional services.
Programs: The dual disorder program is a residential program providing highly structured, primary, and comprehensive substance abuse and mental health treatment services for women with co-occurring serious mental illness and substance dependence. This program provides simultaneous and integrated treatment. The ddp is generally longer term and designed to further stabilize acute symptoms and engage the individual in a program of maintenance, treatment, rehabilitation and recovery. During fy '14-'15, about 19 mostly indigent women benefited from services.
the intermediate residential program provides supportive, long term adult substance abuse treatment to consumers with axis i disorders of substance dependence. Intermediate residential treatment is intended for those individuals who have not responded well to shorter term services. The repetitive, slower-paced environment of intermediate residential treatment more effectively meets the consumers needs. During fy '14-'15, about 6 mostly indigent women benefited from services.
the psych respite program, formerly known as mental health respite program, provides shelter and case management on a 24/7 basis to consumers experiencing a need for transition to another residential setting or a break from a current residential setting. The intent of the service is to support consumers throughout the transition or break, provide linkages to needed behavioral health services and assist in transition back into the community. During fy '14-'15, about 3 mostly indigent women benefited from services.