Mental Health Residential Group Homes

Group homes are specialized residences designed to assist individuals who lack independent living skills, aiming to transition them to less restrictive settings. The goal is to provide necessary support and environmental adaptations to ensure safety and care, while promoting independence, reducing stigma, and enhancing quality of life. These homes offer 24-hour protective care, qualified staff, nutritious meals, assistance with daily activities, recreational activities, transportation, ongoing needs assessment, and training for self-care and transition to less restrictive care levels. They collaborate with psychiatric hospitals to facilitate successful transitions from inpatient settings to community living.

Target Population: Adults previously residing in psychiatric hospitals or diversionary hospitals with severe persistent mental illness and/or co-occurring mental health and substance use disorders. These individuals must be clinically stable, in need of 24-hour supervised care, and deemed appropriate for placement in a community group home setting by their treatment team.

This service is offered at the following locations: