Recovering From A Mental Crisis
Recovery House is a voluntary, short-term,residential crisis stabilization program for adults experiencing psychiatric illness and/or psychological distress not requiring hospitalization. We offer the least restrictive setting possible, where people can focus on developing lasting recovery skills.
Recovery House provides structure,therapeutic support and opportunity for individual self-reflection, where people get help with developing strategies to avoid recurring crisis situations.
Our Program Offers
–A serene neighborhood setting
–Typical stays from two to eight days
–Person-centered, culturally competent care
–Group therapy (recovery skills, mental health and drug/alcohol relapse prevention plans, self care, and communication skills)
–Access to community resources
–Help applying for ongoing support services
Recovery House serves adult men and women (18+) with severe and persistent mental illness and/or substance use disorders. The program isappropriate for people who:
–are not at immediate risk of harm tothemselves or others
–do not have a history of violence oraggressive behavior
–are ambulatory and able to performactivities of daily living
–do not require IV, oxygen or catheter care
–are free of infectious disease requiring isolation procedures, such as open wounds
–who are otherwise deemed appropriate for residential care through medical and psychiatric assessment.