Community Based Rehabilitation Services (CBRS), also known as Skills Building, is focused on promoting recovery and resiliency, and improving the quality of life for adults, adolescents, and children. It is a home and community-based service that utilizes psychiatric rehabilitation interventions designed to build and reinforce functional skills. The goal of CBRS is to aid participants in obtaining developmentally appropriate skills for functioning independently. Included in these skills are behavioral, social, communicative, rehabilitative, and basic living skills.
Case Management helps clients to learn, gain, and maintain access to services and providers. Case Managers foster choice, link clients to community services, and assist clients in accessing resources.
Peer Support Specialists use their personal lived experience with mental illness and/or substance abuse disorders to offer guidance encouragement, and understanding to aid and support recovery. They share tools that can compliment clinical supports by providing strategies for self-empowerment and achieving a self determined life. They support clients in their own recovery to help them connect with their own inner strength, motivation, and desire to move forward in life and gain independence in their recovery journey. Peer support also supports adolescents from ages 11-18 in our Youth Support Program.
Healthy Foundations Family Program