Transitional Residential Treatment Programs for men and women between the ages of 18-59 years who meet the admission criteria of a DSM5 diagnosis or co-occurring disorders with primary psychiatric issues.
Some individuals affected by mental illness also experience a diminished quality of life, many times to the point where they cannot independently care for their basic needs. We help our clients learn or re-learn nutrition needs, budgeting, personal hygiene, and how to structure their day with routine, planning, and adaptive skills.
24-7 availability to care for individuals who need 24-hour structure and support, but don’t have severe enough symptoms to need nursing and/or medical care.
A unique two-to-one staff-to-client ratio in an intimate residential setting so we can cater to individual needs in a low-stimulating environment in order to reduce the risk for external motivators.