These services are for persons over the age of 18 with specific diagnoses that can benefit from additional care outside of the clinic setting. Individuals may receive a variety of services in the home, at work/school and other places in the community as determined by their needs. Case Managers are an extension of the providers in the clinics and can assist people in managing and eliminating their symptoms as well as helping persons improve their daily living skills. Case managers can also coordinate with family members; employers; educators; physicians; other agencies; and other persons connected to the client. A variety of additional services are also provided:
Vocational Services and Supported Education – Assistance is provided in clarifying job and educational needs; assistance in obtaining a job or enrollment in school as well as on-site job coaching and/or educational support.
Peer Support – Certified Peer Specialists are individuals who have advanced in their own recovery sufficiently to be of assistance to others with challenging mental health issues.
Attendant Care- Attendant Care providers spend time with the individual at home, work and in the community to help a person work on specific treatment goals and life skill activities.
Groups- A variety of groups are available to assist an individual in such goals as improving social skills; leisure time training; health and wellness education; and medication management.