Mental Health Skill-Building

Our Mental Health Skill-Building Services program is a skill-building service for individuals ages 18 to 65.

The service is goal-directed training to help individuals to achieve and maintain community stability and independence. This is a Medicaid funded program. In order to qualify for this service, you must demonstrate a significant functional impairment in your major life activities due to a mental, emotional, behavioral, or developmental disorder. Examples of such disorders might be Autism Spectrum Disorder, Major Depressive Disorder, Bipolar Disorder, Schizophrenia, or Psychotic Disorder.

Using a collaborative, positive, and skill-building approach, our specialists help individuals:

• Manage psychiatric symptoms including medication compliance
• Secure or maintain housing
• Access needed resources in the community
• Develop appropriate social skills
• Perform household chores
• Manage personal finances
• Plan and prepare nutritious meals
• Maintain personal hygiene
• Maintain a drug and alcohol free lifestyle
• Follow the rules and expectations of the community

If interested in receiving Mental Health Skill-Building Services, please call us at 378-6141 or contact us online.