Crisis Residential Care
Jump Street and Excelsior House are crisis residential treatment programs, providing a 28-day program for adults experiencing serious problems due to mental illnesses. Residents may have been homeless or at risk of homelessness. The program helps them stabilize, provides treatment for their mental illnesses, finds long-term housing and connects them to on-going treatment programs.
Our employment services help adults with chronic mental illness find a job. Clients learn computer skills, resume preparation, and interview strategies, such as how to dress appropriately for job interviews. After finding employment, clients continue to receive supportive services to help them be successful in the work place.
With greater confidence and improved physical and mental health, they develop relationships outside the Agency, including volunteering for local community groups and returning to work. The program also partners with the Urban L.A. Chapter of the National Alliance on Mental Illness, whose peer advocates are onsite providing support and inspiration.
Intensive Services for Adults
The Full Service Partnerships Programs (FSP) address intensive mental health needs of adults, older adults (60+), and transitional age youth (16-25) suffering from serious mental illnesses which have led to frequent hospitalizations, incarcerations or homelessness. The programs provide wraparound services wherever and whenever needed by a multidisciplinary team including psychiatrists and other medical personnel, a care coordinator, program coordinator, consumers, and therapists. Staff members work with clients in community settings such as work, home, hospitals, and court to help clients significantly reduce their symptoms and live full and healthy lives.
Outpatient Treatment for Adults
Programs at our Headquarters and Inglewood Center provide outpatient mental health services to adults with serious mental illnesses, including schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, and severe depression. Our trained mental health staff provides individual and group therapy, case management, and psychiatric medication management. Clients who need intensive service receive care at home and in their community.
Wellness Centers at the Culver City and Inglewood sites offer an array of classes, groups and projects, which foster physical, mental, and spiritual well-being. Members regain old skills and develop new ones, breaking down the barriers that have isolated them from the community.
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