Phoenix Place is mental health residential facility providing long-term, non-secure residential care, short-term crisis respite services, and secure non-hospital holds. Services include the care and mental health treatment of residents, including skills training and psychosocial interventions.
The ACT program serves individuals with severe and persistent mental illness (SPMI) who need a higher level of care than traditional outpatient therapy offers. Providers offer highly specialized and individualized services 24/7/365 including mental health services, abuse treatment, service coordination, and case management. Comprehensive services provided inside the individual’s home or community are designed to teach coping and life skills, reduce symptoms of mental illness, improve quality of life, and reduce hospital stays or jail time.
Adult Case Managers provide supportive services that promote the participant’s ability to function independently, improve the quality of their life, and enhance their ability to benefit from other supportive services including counseling and medication management. Case Managers may coordinate with other treatment providers for needed resources including access to health care, social security, housing, vocational training, and skills building for individuals with Severe and Persistent Mental Illness.
The Early Assessment and Alliance (EASA) provides identification, support, assessment, and treatment for teenagers and young adults who are experiencing the early signs of psychosis. EASA is designed as a transitional program, with the goal of providing the education and resources the person needs to be successful in the long-term. Services include assessment, diagnosis and treatment planning by mental health professionals specifically trained in early psychosis work.
Peer Support Services are available to consumers who are seeking or engaged in recovery from behavioral health challenges. Specialists are individuals who identify as a peer and bring professional training and their own life experiences to assist in removing the barriers and obstacles to sustained recovery. Through a healthy recovery model and social involvement, participants build social and relationship skills, healthy boundaries, positive self-care strategies, life skills, and confidence.
Rental Assistance program provides rental subsidy, rental search assistance, rental maintenance assistance, case management, and skills building services to individuals until they have transitioned to a permanent rental subsidy program, such as HUD. Case managers assist in applications for long term housing subsidy programs, monitor waitlists, and assist the individual to transition to the longer-term program when available. Skills building services address needed resources and functional deficits beyond housing (e.g., medical coordination, nutrition, budgeting, etc.) Rental assistance serves individuals who have a Severe and Persistent Mental Illness (SPMI) diagnosis, which includes Schizophrenia, Schizoaffective Disorder, Bipolar I Disorder, and Major Depression.