Behavioral Healthcare Division
Our Behavioral Healthcare Division provides a range of residential and non-residential service and support opportunities to adults with special needs. Among the special populations served are individuals living with HIV/AIDS, severe and persistent mental illness, developmental disabilities, chemical dependence, and specifically within the employment service, also individuals with traumatic brain injury, physical disability and visual impairments. Services are person-centered, community-based and are provided in a manner which recognizes the potential within each individual to participate in community life as responsible and contributing adults. The programs and services are supported through a variety of Federal, State and local government services and are regularly reviewed for outcome performance and compliance of applicable regulatory standards. A consistent record of successful quality performance has been maintained within the Adult Services programs throughout the years of operation due in a large part to the highly qualified and dedicated staff who work directly with the adults they serve.
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