Community Residences

by Oct 12, 2019Locations, Madison County, Programs0 comments

Our Community Residences – Depalmer House, Venture House, Maxwell House and TBI Housing provide a supportive living setting to meet our clients’ immediate and ongoing needs. Every client is provided opportunities to practice or regain independent-living skills under staff instruction and supervision. Staff take a person-centered approach that engages clients in the development of their own service plan. Residents are linked to appropriate healthcare, treatment, and natural supports, along with a variety of other services to address the full range of their needs and concerns, while reflecting values and strengths.
SUPPORT PROGRAMS

Brain Injury and Rehabilitation

Madison County

Our community residence supports individuals with traumatic brain injuries in a shared home where staff promote community involvement and independent-living skills.

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DePalmer House

<Madison County

DePalmer House, which opened in 1994, serves adults who are homeless and living with HIV or AIDS.

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Substance-Use Recovery – Maxwell House

Madison County

Founded in 1991, Maxwell House is an 18-bed community residence licensed by the New York State Office of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services (OASAS) that serves men in early recovery. A diversified staff provides group and individual counseling and supportive services to help residents fulfill their service-plan goals. The staff utilizes principles of motivational interviewing to support individuals and to empower them to make life choices that promote and sustain stable housing options that are conducive to their recovery and health.

For more information and eligibility criteria, please give us a call:


(315) 363-8345

Contact

Oneida, NY
Fax: (315) 280-0482
residentialservices@liberty-resources.org
Hours: 24-hour community residence

Mental Health Recovery – Venture House

Madison County

Founded in 1980, Venture House is a 10-bed community residence for adults who have a serious and persistent mental illness. Residents are referred to treatment providers within the community to address their mental health and/or substance-use disorders. Residents collaborate with staff to develop their plan. Service is focused on increasing personal self-determination and on improving self-sufficiency by enhancing and connecting natural and community-based supports. Residents are then linked to appropriate services that address the full range of their needs and concerns, while reflecting client values and strengths.

For more information and eligibility criteria, please give us a call:


(315) 363-1441

Contact

Oneida, NY
Fax: (315) 309-8216
info@liberty-resources.org
Hours: 24-hour community residence

Support Programs

Brain Injury and Rehabilitation

Our community residence supports individuals with traumatic brain injuries in a shared home where staff promote community involvement and independent living skills.
Learn More >

DePalmer House

DePalmer House, which opened in 1994, serves adults who are homeless and living with HIV or AIDS.
Learn More >

Substance Use Recovery – Maxwell House

Founded in 1991, Maxwell House is an 18-bed community residence licensed by the New York State Office of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services (OASAS) that serves men in early recovery.
Learn More >

Mental Health Recovery – Venture House

Founded in 1980, Venture House is a 10-bed community residence for adults who have a serious and persistent mental illness.
Learn More >

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Resources.

SUD Residential Services Application

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Residential Respite Services

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