HSI provides community living alternatives, counseling, and case management services for developmentally disabled and/or mentally ill adults. HSI also offers outpatient & residential substance abuse treatment.
An intensive outpatient treatment program for alcohol and substance abusers. Individual, group and family counseling ensure that clients gain an appreciation for an alcohol and drug-free life style.
Provides case management services for adults who need behavioral health services to prevent psychiatric hospitalization.
An outpatient treatment program designed to help clients obtain and maintain sobriety through counseling, case management and referral services. ACA Level I services are offered at HSI’s Main facility. Services for parolees are offered at Behavioral Interventions Day Reporting Center.
Employs preventive strategies to screen, assess and optimize comprehensive interventions to prevent and reduce the acute and chronic risk of homelessness, mental illness, substance abuse and chemical dependency in the residents within the target geographic areas. The ARCH Team reaches out to chronic homeless persons at public locations where homeless persons congregate, or in shelters. The ARCH Team places chronic homeless persons who have agreed to accept services in subsidized housing. The ARCH Team works with participants to insure housing stability, assist in obtaining employment and public benefits.
Provides residential housing in a community setting and an array of responsive services for 8 homeless adult mentally ill consumers with or without a co-occurring disorder of substance abuse and will help them achieve their highest level of self-sufficiency.
the program targets Not Guilty by Reason of Insanity (NGRI) status consumers possessing the functionality and stability to live outside the inpatient setting who obtain an Order of Conditional Discharge from their court of jurisdiction. The goal of the model is to provide consumers an intermediate step between inpatient hospitalization and independent community living. The program aims to be a gradual, transitional experience from a supervised to an unsupervised independent living type setting.
Utilizing Moral Reconation Therapy and Individual Placement Support, the program provides an intensive employment and training program for placement in competitive employment, case management and clinical treatment in accordance with the terms provided by the court. Unsupervised movement is awarded to consumers gradually as they demonstrate stability and compliance with the program. In the final phase of the program, consumers move into the community to live independently. During this phase, consumers continue to receive psychiatric services, services specified to continue according to their conditional release, court reporting and as-needed case management.
DD CILA provides living arrangements and a supportive environment within the community where individuals with a mental disability are supervised and provided with an array of needed services.
Provides supervised residential homelike environment for persons in crisis situations who suffer psychiatric illness and/or substance abuse. Services are available to persons who are unable to live independently, but do not require hospitalization. The program provides linkage to other agencies for day treatment programs, vocational counseling, financial aid, medical care and counseling. Our goal is to help our clients develop their potential, achieve stability and improve independence.
A 36 bed halfway house for chemically dependent men who are in the recovery process. Men in this 120 day residential program receive individual and group counseling and intensive case management services to develop and implement strategies to meet the objectives of independent and drug-free living. More permanent housing and employment are primary focuses while in the program.
Provides comprehensive mental health and substance abuse assessment and treatment strategies for the dually diagnosed consumers. IDDT collaborates with a larger MISA consortium network of community providers and enables the Residential MI programs to leverage MISA services to all the consumers in need of assessment and treatment. IDDT clients are integrated into our Emergency Housing.
Provides screenings and assessments for persons with severe mental illness who are seeking admission to public aid funded nursing home facilities and/or need specialized rehabilitative services. Resident Review and Targeted Case Management are set up to review nursing home placements and readiness for change to different levels of care and case management support services.
MI CILA provides supervised residential services for adults that have a mental illness and/or developmental disability. Both CILA’s are designed to meet the needs of the individuals and allow them to explore and achieve personal growth through access to community facilities and programs.
A comprehensive intensive case management program for select nursing home residents with mental illness who have been deemed capable of living in a community setting with case management support. Clients receive housing subsidies and initial set up funds.
Provides community-based outreach, mental health, substance abuse, case management and housing services. Services include screening, assessment, linkage and referrals to appropriate level of care for homeless adults. The program’s goal is to reduce homelessness, recidivism and stabilize support systems.
A 28 bed recovery home for chemically dependent women who are in the recovery process. Women in this residential program receive individual and group counseling and intensive case management services to develop and implement strategies to meet the objectives of independent and drug-free living. More permanent housing and employment are primary focuses while in the program.