Mental Health Housing & Employment Programs
These psychosocial rehabilitation programs exist to ensure that clients with a serious mental illness have the opportunity to live in the community with the support they need; to find, get and keep a job that they find meaningful and satisfying; and to be supported by their peers.
This recovery-oriented program utilizes vocational best practices to work collaboratively with clients with a serious mental illness to achieve their vocational goals.
The council consists of consumer volunteers who provide peer support and advocacy for consumers of mental health services.
This recovery-oriented program provides community living for clients who have a serious mental illness and require treatment, rehabilitation and support. The supportive housing program offers high and medium support housing and Homes for Special Care. All sites provide 24 hours a day on-site support.