SUPERVISED AND SUPPORTED RESIDENTIAL SERVICES
Supervised and Supported Residential Services provide community residential services for chronically mentally ill adults living in a group home, a peer run group home, or single family apartments. Services emphasize skill building, and recovery oriented skills development.
Mental Illness and Specialized Children and Adolescent Program Services serve children who are experiencing emotional or behaviorial problems. The services are characterized by aggressive outreach to schools, homes and other community location. Crisis services to children provided seven days a week.
Day time and afterhours mental health crisis services are provided to adults and children twenty-four hours a day and seven days a week including weekends and holidays. You can reach crisis services by calling our main number.
PROJECT FOR ASSISTANCE IN TRANSITION FROM HOMELESSNESS (PATH)
The goal of the PATH program is to reduce or eliminate homelessness for individuals with serious mental illnesses or co-occuring serious mental illness and substance use disorders who are homless or at imminent risk of becoming homeless. The PATH Program model includes integrated services for adults and both mental health and substance abuse issues. Community outreach services emphasize skills building and recovery oriented skill development.
The Adult Re-deploy program provides evidence based alternatives to incarceration for low level offenders. Community based services include addressing offenders criminogenic needs and reducing recidvism and futher crimes.
Paid for in whole or part by Illinois Department of Human Services