Community treatment & support helps promote prosocial behavior, assists in skill building, and promotes stability and community tenure. These supports can act in conjunction and as a wrap around with our mental health and addiction treatment services or as a standalone support. Here is a list of our Community Supports offerings.
- Adult Therapeutic Behavioral Support and Community Psychiatric Supportive Treatment (TBS and CPST): TBS/CPST Workers strive to address barriers and promote the recovery of the consumers that they serve. Activities include education, monitoring, coordinating, intervening, linking and supporting those consumers with severe and persistent mental illness.
- Murray’s Clubhouse – Social / Recreation Center: This program is a drop-in and activity center. It provides social and recreational opportunities for individuals in Geauga County who self-identify as having a mental illness.
- Supported Employment Services: Employment Services are offered to Geauga County adults. Services consist of helping consumers identify, acquire, and maintain competitive employment in their community, as well as assistance with volunteer opportunities or enrolling in school.
- Peer Support: Peer Supporters are persons with lived experience who are trained and certified to provide supportive services to those experiencing a mental health or addiction disorder.
- Housing Services:
- Community Residence: These are shared-living apartments in the community which are available through Ravenwood for adults and families within Geauga County.
- Permanent Supportive Housing: A United States Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) funded program that provides single and/or family housing and onsite supportive services to homeless persons with a physical, mental, or substance use diagnosis.
- Shelter Plus Care: A United States Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) funded program that provides a housing voucher and supportive services to homeless persons with a physical, mental, or substance use diagnosis.