Services by State


Delaware


Children, Youth, and Families Intensive Outpatient Services
Intensive Outpatient Services (IOP) provides a comprehensive continuum of treatment services for children, youth, and their families in the least restrictive manner, using a community-based service approach. The focus of IOP for youth is to help youth function successfully in the community, to achieve and/or maintain sobriety, to alleviate negative symptoms of mental illness, and to maintain social stability, including improved relations with school, peers, family and society. 

Outpatient Psychiatric and Counseling Services
Licensed professionals conduct individual assessments and develop person-centered treatment plans for consumers based on individual needs. Individuals are seen by a psychiatrist, or a psychiatric nurse practitioner, for medication management. Individual and group therapy are available. Substance Abuse Day Programs offer consumers a staff-supported, therapeutic environment where specialists provide substance abuse rehabilitation and facilitate ongoing addiction recovery.

Peer Recovery Services
Peer Recovery Services incorporates persons living with psychiatric disabilities into positions of responsibility at all levels within FHR. The mission of Peer Recovery Services is to ensure the excellence of FHR's clinical services by strengthening recovery principles and practices, and to provide persons served with immediate resources and relationships with other persons in recovery. Within Peer Recovery Services, FHR offers four different services: Peer Recovery Discussion Groups, Peer Support Whole Health and Resiliency, Studio 35, and Wellness Recovery Action Plan™ or WRAP®.

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.

Substance Abuse Intensive Outpatient Program (SAIOP)
The SAIOP is 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.

Supportive Housing
Community-based, supported apartment living for consumers who are poised for increased independence, yet require housing support, intensive case management, functional skills teaching, and social support to facilitate successful treatment outcomes. On-call 24/7.

 

Maine


Community Rehabilitation Services
With the support of FHR staff members, the Community Rehabilitation Services Program offers individuals the opportunity to develop autonomy in an independent lifestyle and living environment. Residential locations are in close proximity to FHR programs, ensuring individuals ready access to the assistance and encouragement of FHR staff.

Neuro-Cognitive Residential Programs
Neuro-Cognitive Behavioral Programs provide 24-hour supervised residential support and treatment for individuals who have serious cognitive limitations, in addition to mental illness. Services include housing, treatment planning, advocacy, group therapy, and crisis/medical assistance. In addition, the program offers residents educational, vocational, and social/recreational support, along with transportation.

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.

 

Massachusetts - Cape Cod & Islands


Community-Based Flexible Supports (CBFS)
Community-Based Flexible Supports (CBFS) Programs provide rehabilitative interventions and supports in partnership with clients 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, restore or maintain skills for employment, and promote management of medical conditions.

Community Clubhouse Model
The Clubhouse Model offer individuals with psychiatric disabilities the opportunity for friendship, support, vocational services, transitional and independent employment, and educational services in a secure, rehabilitative environment. Members and staff are engaged in all aspects of Clubhouse operation and share responsibility for its ultimate success within the community.

Peer Recovery Services
Peer Recovery Services incorporates persons living with psychiatric disabilities into positions of responsibility at all levels within FHR. The mission of Peer Recovery Services is to ensure the excellence of FHR's clinical services by strengthening recovery principles and practices, and to provide persons served with immediate resources and relationships with other persons in recovery. Within Peer Recovery Services, FHR offers four different services: Peer Recovery Discussion Groups, Peer Support Whole Health and Resiliency, Studio 35, and Wellness Recovery Action Plan™ or WRAP®.

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, supported apartment living for consumers who are poised for increased independence, yet require housing support, intensive case management, functional skills teaching, and social support to facilitate successful treatment outcomes. On-call 24/7.

Transitional Youth Program
The Transitional Youth Program on Cape Cod and the Islands offers 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 services and not ready for independent living.

 

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 incorporates persons living with psychiatric disabilities into positions of responsibility at all levels within FHR. The mission of Peer Recovery Services is to ensure the excellence of FHR's clinical services by strengthening recovery principles and practices, and to provide persons served with immediate resources and relationships with other persons in recovery. Within Peer Recovery Services, FHR offers four different services: Peer Recovery Discussion Groups, Peer Support Whole Health and Resiliency, Studio 35, and Wellness Recovery Action Plan™ or WRAP®. 

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


Assertive Community Treatment (ACT)
Mobile multi-disciplinary teams provide intensive treatment, rehabilitation, and supportive services for consumers who have multiple life challenges, such as homelessness, unemployment, addictive disorders, legal involvement and/or significant medical conditions. ACT Treatment Programs are sometimes referred to as Community Continuum of Care Programs (CCCP) or are abbreviated as PACT.

Community-Based Flexible Supports (CBFS)
Community-Based Flexible Supports (CBFS) Programs provide rehabilitative interventions and supports in partnership with clients 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, restore or maintain skills for employment, and promote management of medical conditions.  

Peer Recovery Services
Peer Recovery Services incorporates persons living with psychiatric disabilities into positions of responsibility at all levels within FHR. The mission of Peer Recovery Services is to ensure the excellence of FHR's clinical services by strengthening recovery principles and practices, and to provide persons served with immediate resources and relationships with other persons in recovery. Within Peer Recovery Services, FHR offers four different services: Peer Recovery Discussion Groups, Peer Support Whole Health and Resiliency, Studio 35, and Wellness Recovery Action Plan™ or WRAP®.

Rehabilitation and Recovery Group Milieu
As part of Community-Based Flexible Supports, staff assist individuals in 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 for consumers with serious mental illness and co-occurring disorders. 

Supportive Housing
Community-based, supported apartment living for consumers who are poised for increased independence, yet require housing support, intensive case management, functional skills teaching, and social support to facilitate successful treatment outcomes. On-call 24/7.

 

Massachusetts - New Bedford


Assertive Community Treatment (ACT)
Mobile multi-disciplinary teams provide intensive treatment, rehabilitation, and supportive services for consumers who have multiple life challenges, such as homelessness, unemployment, addictive disorders, legal involvement and/or significant medical conditions. ACT Treatment Programs are sometimes referred to as Community Continuum of Care Programs (CCCP) or are abbreviated as PACT.

Community-Based Flexible Supports (CBFS)
Community-Based Flexible Supports (CBFS) Programs provide rehabilitative interventions and supports in partnership with clients 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, restore or maintain skills for employment, and promote management of medical conditions.

Peer Recovery Services
Peer Recovery Services incorporates persons living with psychiatric disabilities into positions of responsibility at all levels within FHR. The mission of Peer Recovery Services is to ensure the excellence of FHR's clinical services by strengthening recovery principles and practices, and to provide persons served with immediate resources and relationships with other persons in recovery. Within Peer Recovery Services, FHR offers four different services: Peer Recovery Discussion Groups, Peer Support Whole Health and Resiliency, Studio 35, and Wellness Recovery Action Plan™ or WRAP®.

Rehabilitation and Recovery Group Milieu
As part of Community-Based Flexible Supports, staff assist individuals in 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 for consumers with serious mental illness and co-occurring disorders. 

Supportive Housing
Community-based, supported apartment living for consumers who are poised for increased independence, yet require housing support, intensive case management, functional skills teaching, and social support to facilitate successful treatment outcomes. On-call 24/7.

Therapeutic Respite Program (TRP)
The 30-day Therapeutic Respite Program (TRP) promotes choices and empowers individualized decision-making, while helping individuals with mental illness restore community-based living after some type of life disruption. The TRP has site-based capacity for six individuals, along with outreach to Fellowship Health Resources' Cape Cod, Fall River, and New Bedford Group Living Environments.

 

North Carolina


Assertive Community Treatment (ACT)
Mobile multi-disciplinary teams provide intensive treatment, rehabilitation, and supportive services for consumers who have multiple life challenges, such as homelessness, unemployment, addictive disorders, legal involvement and/or significant medical conditions. ACT Treatment Programs are sometimes referred to as Community Continuum of Care Programs (CCCP) or are abbreviated as PACT.

Community Intervention Center – NC Department of Public Safety
The Community Intervention Center provides services to high-risk and high-need offenders who are currently on probation. Programming includes a Cognitive Behavioral Intervention Program, Substance Abuse Outpatient Services, Human Resource Development, and Vocational Training.

Drug Court
The Drug Court at Fellowship Health Resources, Inc. provides Substance Abuse Therapy to individuals referred by Drug Treatment Court as a diversion from prison.

DWI Assessment and Treatment Services
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.

Outpatient Psychiatric and Counseling Services
Licensed professionals conduct individual assessments and develop person-centered treatment plans for consumers based on individual needs. Individuals are seen by a psychiatrist, or a psychiatric nurse practitioner, for medication management. Individual and group therapy are available. Substance Abuse Day Programs offer consumers a staff-supported, therapeutic environment where specialists provide substance abuse rehabilitation and facilitate ongoing addiction recovery.

Peer Recovery Services
Peer Recovery Services incorporates persons living with psychiatric disabilities into positions of responsibility at all levels within FHR. The mission of Peer Recovery Services is to ensure the excellence of FHR's clinical services by strengthening recovery principles and practices, and to provide persons served with immediate resources and relationships with other persons in recovery. Within Peer Recovery Services, FHR offers four different services: Peer Recovery Discussion Groups, Peer Support Whole Health and Resiliency, Studio 35, and Wellness Recovery Action Plan™ or WRAP®.

Psychiatric Rehabilitation Programs
Professional staff members assist consumers in accessing increased independence through instruction in social skill development, symptom management, wellness and recovery, and the procurement of community resources.

Substance Abuse Intensive Outpatient Program (SAIOP)
The SAIOP is 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.

Targeted Mental Health Case Management
Targeted Mental Health Case Management provides comprehensive, community-based treatment to persons with serious and persistent mental illness. Individuals receive intensive treatment, rehabilitation, and support services in their homes, on the job, and in social settings.


Pennsylvania


Assertive Community Treatment (ACT)
Mobile multi-disciplinary teams provide intensive treatment, rehabilitation, and supportive services for adults and young adults who have multiple life challenges, such as homelessness, unemployment, addictive disorders, legal involvement and/or significant medical conditions. ACT Treatment Programs are sometimes referred to as Community Continuum of Care Programs (CCCP) or are abbreviated as PACT.

Community Support/Case Management
The mobile Community Support/Case Management Team provides comprehensive, community-based treatment to persons with serious and persistent mental illness. Individuals receive intensive treatment, rehabilitation, and support services in their homes, on the job, and in social settings.

Co-Occurring Outpatient Services
Co-Occuring Outpatient Services provide services for individuals with both psychiatric and substance abuse disorders.

Forensic Case Management
The Forensic Case Management Program provides community-based psychiatric treatment for adults with serious and persistent mental illness. This program targets hard to reach individuals with a forensic background.

Outpatient Psychiatric and Counseling Services
Licensed professionals conduct individual assessments and develop person-centered treatment plans for consumers based on individual needs. Individuals are seen by a psychiatrist, or a psychiatric nurse practitioner, for medication management. Individual and group therapy are available. Substance Abuse Day Programs offer consumers a staff-supported, therapeutic environment where specialists provide substance abuse rehabilitation and facilitate ongoing addiction recovery.

Peer Recovery Services
Peer Recovery Services incorporates persons living with psychiatric disabilities into positions of responsibility at all levels within FHR. The mission of Peer Recovery Services is to ensure the excellence of FHR's clinical services by strengthening recovery principles and practices, and to provide persons served with immediate resources and relationships with other persons in recovery. Within Peer Recovery Services, FHR offers four different services: Peer Recovery Discussion Groups, Peer Support Whole Health and Resiliency, Studio 35, and Wellness Recovery Action Plan™ or WRAP®.

Psychiatric Rehabilitation Programs - Mobile and On-site
Professional staff members assist consumers in accessing increased independence through instruction in social skill development, symptom management, wellness and recovery, and the procurement of community resources. These services are available on-site and out in the community.

Supportive Living Assistance Program
Community-based supported living for individuals who are poised for increased independence, yet require housing support, intensive case management, functional skills teaching, and social support to facilitate successful treatment outcomes. These supports help the individual enhance his or her own strengths, skill sets, and recovery within a community setting by increasing personal responsibility for vocation, socialization, and wellness management.


Rhode Island


Health Home Service Model
A Community Outreach program, based on a Health Home Service Model, offering specialized clinical care and comprehensive care coordination for individuals diagnosed with serious and persistent mental illness. The Model supports individuals through these service categories: Comprehensive Care Management, Care Coordination, Health Promotion, Comprehensive Transitional Care, Individual and Family Support Services, and Referral to Community and Social Support Services.

Outpatient Psychiatric and Counseling Services
Licensed professionals conduct individual assessments and develop person-centered treatment plans for consumers based on individual needs. 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 for consumers with serious mental illness and co-occurring disorders.


Virginia


Crisis Stabilization (Respite) Program
Crisis Stabilization and Hospital Diversion are residential respite programs for adults with mental illness and other co-occurring disorders who are experiencing an acute psychiatric crisis that jeopardizes their current living situation. A Treatment Team assists individuals in avoiding hospitalization or rehospitalization by stabilizing the psychiatric crisis and mobilizing community supports.

Peer Recovery Services
Peer Recovery Services incorporates persons living with psychiatric disabilities into positions of responsibility at all levels within FHR. The mission of Peer Recovery Services is to ensure the excellence of FHR's clinical services by strengthening recovery principles and practices, and to provide persons served with immediate resources and relationships with other persons in recovery. Within Peer Recovery Services, FHR offers four different services: Peer Recovery Discussion Groups, Peer Support Whole Health and Resiliency, Studio 35, and Wellness Recovery Action Plan™ or WRAP®.

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, supported apartment living for consumers who are poised for increased independence, yet require housing support, intensive case management, functional skills teaching, and social support to facilitate successful treatment outcomes. On-call 24/7.