Continuum of Care for Adults
Focus on Adults
South Community offers a wide range of programs designed to encourage recovery and promote skill building. Our goal is to remain dynamic and responsive to the the ever changing needs of our consumers. Our program includes services that address behavioral health problems such as:
Our programs are always designed to meet the unique needs of each individual consumer. Our focus is on consumer participation in their treatment and recovery.
- Marriage and family issues
- Aging parents
- Physical, mental, and sexual abuse
- Women’s issues
- Men’s issues
- Challenges of blended families
- Low self-esteem
- Job/career difficulties
- Panic attacks and Phobias
- Psychosis / Dissociative
- Parent/child conflicts
- Co-occurring illness (mental health and chemical dependency issues)
Adults with Severe Mental Disability (SMD) and Adults with Severe and Persistent Mental Illness (SPMI)
South Community offers community psychiatric support services which can include assisting consumers in self-care, referring consumers to job training programs, assisting with entitlements, helping to secure appropriate housing, helping them to manage daily living skills, and providing links to other community and professional services. South Community also has a special community psychiatric support program for SMD adults with chronic/terminal medical conditions.
Integrated Dual-Disorder Treatment (IDDT)
South Community offers a treatment program for adults with a co-occurring severe mental illness and substance abuse. IDDT is a RECOVERY focused, evidence based practice that seeks to improve the quality of life for persons with co-occurring disorders by integrating mental health and substance abuse. Service are provided by a multi-disciplinary team and are tailored to meet the individual needs of the consumer and family based upon the consumer’s readiness and stage of change.