Community-Based Care Supports Mental Health
The goal of Adult Community Clinical Services (formerly CBFS) is to support adults with chronic and persistent mental health challenges.
For some people, success means living in one of our group homes or breaking the cycle of psychiatric hospital admissions. For others, it means living on their own with a level of support that allows them to be independent. Still others will reach a point where they no longer need to receive services.
The key to our positive outcomes is flexibility and a focus on community care.
If you or a loved one needs services, we’ll come to you. We can assist with all aspects of daily living in your community. We support individuals with employment, school, leisure activities, shopping, medication – whatever they need to live the kind of life they want to lead.
Adult Community Clinical Services offers:
We can help with everyday needs such as money management, daily living activities, laundry, grocery shopping, and other household tasks. We can also facilitate job training and help clients handle complex issues like insurance or legal matters.
In addition to community-based outreach services, we provide groups that help people process trauma, manage substance use issues, and develop healthy coping skills. Diverse groups are available as well as individual therapy. We also offer wellness activities and a range of other helpful services.
We plan social activities all year long, including a Memorial Day cookout, Christmas dinner, holiday party, talent show, summer camp, and dozens of other get-togethers. We can even accompany individuals on trips or major family events they wouldn’t otherwise be able to attend.
How Do I Make a Referral?
All referrals come through the Department of Mental Health.