OUR PASSION AND DEDICATION

Provides members with culturally diverse educational and social opportunities

oasis-bench-sound-communityOasis Social Rehab:

A safe place to come to socialize and network with peers in a relaxing supportive environment.

The Oasis Center is home to Social Rehabilitation Services and Modified Intensive Rehabilitation Services (MIRP), where educational, social, work readiness, and skill building opportunities are offered collaboratively.

The Oasis Center offers a variety of educational and social skill building opportunities that are developed and implemented through a collaborative peer-to-peer and program partnership. The Oasis Center provides recovery oriented morning, afternoon, and evening programming, as well as social and recreational activities. Peer-to-peer support is an instrumental function of this program, which creates a cohesive social experience for everyone.

Mission:

To provide members with culturally diverse educational and social opportunities to develop employment and life skills for successful community living.

Programs:

Modified Intensive Rehabilitation Program (MIRP)
Transitional Employment/Job Club
Adult Education

Goal:

To provide members with educational and social opportunities to develop employment and life skills for successful community living in a member supported environment.

We Work with the Community for Career Opportunities:

New London Library
Save Ocean Beach
New London Parks and Rec

Eligibility:

Individuals who are 18 years of age or older who have met the DMHAS criteria for severe and persistent mental illness, have an Axis I mental illness diagnosis.

Intake:

Internal referrals
New individuals to Sound follow intake through engagement specialist

sound-community-services-mirpA recovery-based, skills training opportunity and peer support system focused on assisting clients in developing or strengthening the skills needed to support independent community living and to improve their quality of life.

 

Focus:

Living Skills Training
Relapse Prevention
Social & Communication Skills
Mental Health Education
Weekly review of individual goals

When:

Monday, Wednesday, and Friday from 10am – 12pm

Eligibility:

18 years of age and older
DMHAS criteria met for severe and persistent mental illness
AXIS I mental illness diagnosis