Services by State


Delaware


Children, Youth, and Families Intensive Outpatient Services
A comprehensive continuum of treatment services for children, youth, and their families are provided in the least restrictive manner, using a community-based service approach. This program focuses on helping individuals under the age of 18 function successfully in the community, achieve and/or maintain sobriety, alleviate negative symptoms of mental illness, and maintain social stability, including improved relations with peers, family, and members of society. Referrals for this program are received by the Division of Prevention and Behavioral Health.

Outpatient Psychiatric and Counseling Services
Licensed professionals conduct individual assessments and develop personalized treatment plans. Individuals are seen by a psychiatrist or a psychiatric nurse practitioner for medication management. Individual and group therapy are available.

Residential/Group Living Programs
Affordable housing and 24-hour, on-site professional staffing offer supportive services and supervision.

Substance Abuse Intensive Outpatient Program (SAIOP)
A 12-week individual and group-focused, non-residential program for adults providing intensive outpatient substance abuse treatment and secondary mental health treatment. Suboxone treatment is also available.

Peer Recovery Services
Peer recovery services are offered by persons with lived experience, who help support individuals served by FHR become and stay engaged in the recovery process. These supports include one-on-one and group therapy discussion groups, as well as wellness-based trainings.

Studio 35
FHR’s creative arts program, Studio 35, promotes self-expression through all forms of the arts, including visual art, music, horticulture, and other mediums.

 

Maine


FHR Wellness Center
Staff members work with individuals to develop autonomously in an independent living environment. Residential locations are in close proximity to FHR programs, ensuring individuals ready access to the assistance and support of FHR staff.

Professional Development
FHR is committed to providing our staff and the community of mental health service professionals with quality training opportunities that meet state and federal guidelines and promote industry best practice principles, including CPI, CPR/First Aid, MHSS, and CRMA. Please contact our regional office for additional information and our training calendar.

Residential/Group Living Programs 
24-hour supervised residential support and treatment is provided for individuals diagnosed with severe and persistent mental illness. Services include housing, treatment planning, advocacy, group skills training, daily living support, crisis support, and medical assistance. Additionally, these programs support educational and vocational opportunities and social supports, along with transportation.

Peer Recovery Services
Peer recovery services are offered by persons with lived experience, who help support individuals served by FHR become and stay engaged in the recovery process. These supports include one-on-one and group therapy discussion groups, as well as wellness-based trainings.

Studio 35
FHR’s creative arts program, Studio 35, promotes self-expression through all forms of the arts, including visual art, music, horticulture, and other mediums.

 

Massachusetts - Cape Cod & Islands


Community-Based Flexible Supports (CBFS) 
Providing rehabilitative interventions and supports, FHR staff members work with individuals and their families to promote and facilitate recovery. Services include interventions and supports that manage psychiatric symptoms in the community, restore or maintain independent living and daily living skills, develop skills for employment, and promote management of medical conditions.

Program of Assertive Community Treatment
Mobile multi-disciplinary teams provide intensive treatment, rehabilitation, and supportive services for individuals experiencing multiple life challenges, such as homelessness, unemployment, addictive disorders, legal involvement, and/or significant medical conditions.

Community Clubhouse Model
FHR’s clubhouses utilize peer support to offer members a wide array of opportunities to achieve their full potential. This rehabilitative environment assists individuals in living self-sufficiently and working together to achieve a common goal.

Residential/Group Living Programs 
Affordable housing and 24-hour, on-site professional staffing offer supportive services and supervision.

Supportive Housing 
Community-based, 24/7 supportive apartment living assists individuals poised to live independently, yet require additional support. Individuals have access to an array of services, including intensive case management, functional skills teaching, and social support.

Transitional Youth Program
A group living environment specific to at-risk youth, ages 18-22, previously in DCF or DSS custody, who have out-aged the system but are still in need of service and not ready for independent living. 

Peer Recovery Services 
Peer recovery services are offered by persons with lived experience, who help support individuals served by FHR become and stay engaged in the recovery process. These supports include one-on-one and group therapy discussion groups, as well as wellness-based trainings.

Studio 35
FHR’s creative arts program, Studio 35, promotes self-expression through all forms of the arts, including visual art, music, horticulture, and other mediums.

 

Massachusetts - Clubhouses


Support and Advocacy
Membership in the clubhouse also provides for client support and advocacy for assistance in obtaining educational opportunities, medical assistance, and transportation.

Employment 
The clubhouses enable its members to become re-employed through transitional and independent employment.
Transitional Employment: Members are linked with an independent business in the community and a clubhouse staff sponsor who works with the member, if necessary.
Independent Employment: Members are employed by a business in the community where they are solely responsible for that position.

Educational Support
Clubhouse members receive one-on-one assistance in furthering their education and professional development. This includes assistance with registration, financial aid application, and course planning, as well as ongoing educational supports for GED, trade school, and university educational programs.

Assistance with Housing
Working with clubhouse staff, members are supported with resources for reintegration within the community and living self-sufficiently. 

Entitlement Assistance
Support with social security and disability claims and accompanying documentation, as well as Medicare and Massachusetts Health Forms and recertification. 

Peer Recovery Services 
Peer recovery services are offered by persons with lived experience, who help support individuals served by FHR become and stay engaged in the recovery process. These supports include one-on-one and group therapy discussion groups, as well as wellness-based trainings.

Studio 35 
FHR’s creative arts program, Studio 35, promotes creativity and self-expression through all forms of the arts, including visual art, music, horticulture, and other mediums.   

 

Massachusetts - Fall River


 

Community-Based Flexible Supports (CBFS) 
Providing rehabilitative interventions and supports, FHR staff members work with individuals and their families to promote and facilitate recovery. Services include interventions and supports that manage psychiatric symptoms in the community, restore or maintain independent living and daily living skills, develop skills for employment, and promote management of medical conditions. The following programs are offered as a part of FHR’s CBFS:

Rehabilitation and Recovery Group Milieu
Staff assist individuals in their social skill development, health and wellness goals, and provide access to community resources.

Group Living Environment 
Affordable housing and 24-hour, on-site professional staffing offer supportive services and supervision.

Supportive Housing 
Community-based, supportive apartment living assists individuals with flexible hours, who are poised to live independently, yet require additional support. Individuals have access to an array of services, including intensive case management, functional skills teaching, and social support.

Peer Recovery Services 
Peer recovery services are offered by persons with lived experience, who help support individuals served by FHR become and stay engaged in the recovery process. These supports include one-on-one and group therapy discussion groups, as well as wellness-based trainings.

Studio 35
FHR’s creative arts program, Studio 35, promotes self-expression through all forms of the arts, including visual art, music, horticulture, and other mediums.

 

Massachusetts - New Bedford


 

Community-Based Flexible Supports (CBFS) 
Providing rehabilitative interventions and supports, FHR staff members work with individuals and their families to promote and facilitate recovery. Services include interventions and supports that manage psychiatric symptoms in the community, restore or maintain independent living and daily living skills, develop skills for employment, and promote management of medical conditions. The following programs are offered as a part of FHR’s CBFS:

Peer Recovery Services
Peer recovery services are offered by persons with lived experience, who help support individuals served by FHR become and stay engaged in the recovery process. These supports include one-on-one and group therapy discussion groups, as well as wellness-based trainings.

Rehabilitation and Recovery Group Milieu 
Staff assist individuals in their social skill development, health and wellness goals, and provide access to community resources.

Residential/Group Living Programs
Affordable housing and 24-hour, on-site professional staffing offer supportive services and supervision.=

Supportive Housing
Community-based, 24/7 supportive apartment living assists individuals poised to live independently, yet require additional support. Individuals have access to an array of services, including intensive case management, functional skills teaching, and social support.

Therapeutic Respite Program (TRP) 
This 30-day program promotes choices and empowers individualized decision-making, while helping individuals restore community-based living after experiencing a life disruption.

Peer Recovery Services
Peer recovery services are offered by persons with lived experience, who help support individuals served by FHR become and stay engaged in the recovery process. These supports include one-on-one and group therapy discussion groups, as well as wellness-based trainings.

Studio 35
FHR’s creative arts program, Studio 35, promotes self-expression through all forms of the arts, including visual art, music, horticulture, and other mediums.

 

North Carolina


Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) 
Mobile multi-disciplinary teams provide intensive treatment, rehabilitation, and supportive services for individuals experiencing multiple life challenges, such as homelessness, unemployment, addictive disorders, legal involvement, and/or significant medical conditions.

Behavioral Health Outpatient Clinic
Individualized treatment plans are created and provided by a psychiatrist or a psychiatric nurse practitioner. This program’s services include a comprehensive clinical assessment, individual and group therapy, a psychiatric evaluation, and medication monitoring.

Substance Abuse Intensive Outpatient Program
A 12-week individual and group-focused, non-residential program for adults providing intensive outpatient substance abuse treatment and secondary mental health treatment. Suboxone treatment is also available.

Drop-In Center
A safe and supportive environment is offered to individuals in the community experiencing life challenges. Daily programs not only focus on mental health/addiction recovery counseling, but also on physical health education and support, as well as leisure activities, structured skills training groups, peer recovery services, and Studio 35.

Forensic Outpatient Program
FHR’s staff provide person-centered treatment planning, including group and individual therapy and educational and vocational programs to forensically oriented individuals. Coordinating with probation and parole departments, this program works to best meet the need of each person as they progress in recovery.

Psychosocial Rehabilitation
FHR’s staff members provide a therapeutic, psycho-educational, and skill-building milieu to foster a wide variety of skill developments. Community support activities promote independent living and self-worth.

DWI Assessment and Treatment
This alcohol and drug abuse assessment program consists of a clinical interview, a structured Driving While Impaired (DWI) assessment as required by the state of North Carolina, and further individual and/or group treatment services.

Peer Recovery Services
Peer recovery services are offered by persons with lived experience, who help support individuals served by FHR become and stay engaged in the recovery process. These supports include one-on-one and group therapy discussion groups, as well as wellness-based trainings.

Studio 35
FHR’s creative arts program, Studio 35, promotes self-expression through all forms of the arts, including visual art, music, horticulture, and other mediums.

 

Pennsylvania


Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) 
A mobile multi-disciplinary team provides support to individuals in the Chester County area with severe and persistent mental illness, including the transitional age youth population. The program adheres to the TMACTT Fidelity Model. ACT uses a team approach to give consumers ongoing individualized care in their homes, where they work, and in other settings in the community where support is needed. ACT team provides an array of services to help meet consumer needs, so they are hospitalized less often and can work on their recovery in their community. 

Case Management Services
Staff support individuals in the development of resources to assist them in their recovery, such as finding housing, applying for benefits, and educational and vocational opportunities.

Outpatient Mental Health Services
Mental health professionals conduct individual assessments and develop personalized treatment plans for individuals recovering from behavioral health challenges or co-occurring disorders. Individuals are seen by a psychiatrist or a psychiatric nurse practitioner for medication management. Individual, group, family, and couples therapy are available, as well as specialized therapy such as Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) and Trauma Recovery and Empowerment Model (TREM).

Neil's Place - Transitional Housing
Community-based transitional housing with supported living assistance, which help each individual enhance his or her own strengths, skillset, and recovery, by increasing personal responsibility for vocation, socialization, and wellness management.

Psychiatric Rehabilitation 
Staff members assist individuals in a wide variety of skill development, including social skills, health and wellness, education, and employment. A mobile psychiatric rehabilitation component expands the location of service to include each individual’s home and community to address needs in the appropriate setting.

Peer Recovery Services 
Peer recovery services are offered by persons with lived experience, who help support individuals served by FHR become and stay engaged in the recovery process. These supports include one-on-one and group therapy discussion groups, as well as wellness-based trainings.

Studio 35
FHR’s creative arts program, Studio 35, promotes self-expression through all forms of the arts, including visual art, music, horticulture, and other mediums.

 

Rhode Island


Ocean State Outreach
A community outreach program offering:  Comprehensive Care Management, Care Coordination, Health Promotion, Comprehensive Transitional Care, Individual and Family Support Services Referral to Community and Social Support Services.

Outpatient Psychiatric and Counseling Services 
Licensed professionals conduct individual assessments and develop person-centered treatment plans. Individuals are seen by a psychiatrist, or a psychiatric nurse practitioner, for medication management, and individual and group therapy are available.

Residential/Group Living Programs 
Affordable housing and 24-hour, on-site professional staffing offer supportive services and supervision.

Peer Recovery Services 
Peer recovery services are offered by persons with lived experience, who help support individuals served by FHR become and stay engaged in the recovery process. These supports include one-on-one and group therapy discussion groups, as well as wellness-based trainings.

Studio 35 
FHR’s creative arts program, Studio 35, promotes creativity and self-expression through all forms of the arts, including visual art, music, horticulture, and other mediums.   

 

Virginia


Crisis Stabilization (Respite) Program
Residential respite programs for adults experiencing an acute psychiatric crisis that jeopardizes their current living situation. A treatment team assists individuals in avoiding hospitalization or re-hospitalization by stabilizing their psychiatric crisis and mobilizing community supports.

Residential/Group Living Programs
Affordable housing and 24-hour, on-site professional staffing offer supportive services and supervision for consumers with serious mental illness and co-occurring disorders.

Supportive Housing
Community-based, 24/7 supportive apartment living assists individuals poised to live independently, yet require additional support. Individuals have access to an array of services, including intensive case management, functional skills teaching, and social support.

Peer Recovery Services 
Peer recovery services are offered by persons with lived experience, who help support individuals served by FHR become and stay engaged in the recovery process. These supports include one-on-one and group therapy discussion groups, as well as wellness-based trainings.

Studio 35
FHR’s creative arts program, Studio 35, promotes self-expression through all forms of the arts, including visual art, music, horticulture, and other mediums.