Daily Living & Life skills, Education, and Employment

providing optimal level of support and supervision to assist individuals

We provide intensive residential mental health and/or substance abuse treatment for adults needing 24-hour supervision and support.

Primary Goal:

To provide the optimal level of support and supervision in the areas of daily life skills, education and employment in order to help individuals reach their goals pertaining to independent living.

At Sound Community Services, our residential programs provide a safe and stable environment to achieve recovery while assisting our clients in the holistic process of reestablishing their independence, self-reliance and control over their future, once again.

The Bent Crandall Program (BCP) is a residential program for 14 individuals with co-occurring disabilities of mental illness and substance abuse. The goal of the program is to teach individuals the skills needed to support recovery and achieve successful community living. Service coordination, basic living skills training, employment assistance, medication monitoring, and other supports are provided on-site in an individualized, culturally sensitive manner. Case management services are on-site to work with residents on their individual recovery goals.

Long Term Residential Treatment Program

long-term-residential-program-sound-communityEligibility:

At least 18 years of age
Dual diagnosis (mental illness & substance abuse)
Able to manage residential living environment
Financial capability/access to cover living expenses
Able to follow program rules in a structured environment

The Michael Kerr Respite Program (MKRP) is a 30 day residential living program for individuals diagnosed with mental illness and/or co-occurring disorders. This 5-bed program offers a stable environment that enhances wellness and supports recovery while providing a therapeutic, homelike atmosphere where residents can safely address their needs. The program strives to avert hospitalization and reintegrate residents into the community in the least restrictive and most appropriate setting possible, and does so while offering residents specific group activities focused on daily living skills. Collaboration occurs within all existing Sound Community Services programs in addition to area mental health providers. Case management services continue to be provided by the referring agency.

Short Term Residential Treatment Program

short-term-residential-program-sound-communityEligibility:

Persons who have a mental health and/or co-occurring substance abuse diagnosis
Seeking temporary or permanent housing

The Supervised Apartment Program (SAP) is a residential program for 21 individuals with psychiatric disabilities who require 24-hour on-site staff support.

 

supportive-housing-residential-program-sound-communityGoal:

To teach the skills needed to support recovery and achieve independent community living. Clients may stay for up to 2 years.

Onsite Services:

Service coordination
Basic living skills training
Employment assistance

Other on-site supports provided in an individualized, culturally sensitive manner
Medication monitoring provided on-site
Visiting nursing services are obtained as needed
Service collaboration between all SCSI programs