Our community based support programs have achieved an international reputation for clinical effectiveness and cost control for individuals with complex mental health and substance abuse problems. These programs are person-centered, recovery-focused and based on culturally competent service delivery.
Yahara House offers adults with mental illness a path to recovery through relationships and work. It is built on the clubhouse model that guarantees a place to belong, meaningful relationships, meaningful work and a place to return.
Kajsiab House is a place in which Hmong elders and their families can be safe, express and experience culture, increase their understanding and the ability to live successfully within an American cultural context and receive help and treatment for mental health issues.
Southeast Asian Services offer mental health and psychiatry services to Southeast Asian individuals living in Dane County.
Promoting Recovery from Onset of Psychosis, or PROPs, was developed to serve adolescents and young adults, ages 15–25, experiencing their first episode of psychotic symptoms.
Learn more at https://props.journeymhc.org/props-program/about-us/
Comprehensive Community Services, or CCS, is a government program that allows Journey to offer mental health and substance use disorder services throughout a consumer’s lifespan. It is considered psychosocial rehabilitation. Services include a wide range of case management and therapies enabling consumers to maximize their independence in the community. CCS is funded by Medicaid.
Community Support Programs
Gateway CSP and Forward Solutions CSP are two of Journey Mental Health Center’s three state certified community support programs. They are comprehensive support programs serving Dane County residents who have severe mental illness and may also have substance abuse issues.
The Conditional Release (CR) Program provides comprehensive treatment and case management services to clients who have been found “not guilty by reason of mental disease or defect” (NGI) and whom the Court deems appropriate for conditional release (i.e. – community-based services).
Community Treatment Alternatives (CTA) works with clients/consumers involved in the criminal justice system. In addition to meeting the standard community support program admission guidelines, clients/consumers must be either diverted from the Dane County Jail or be conditionally released after being found “not guilty by reason of mental disease or defect” (NGI).