Community Support & Recovery
We provide clinical and support services for individuals and families with long-term needs associated with mental illness and substance abuse. Our goal is to help people live as independently and as fully integrated within the community as possible.
Clients often express themselves through their art. This piece was exhibited at "(RE)CREATIVITY: A Visual Story of Recovery" at the Woonsocket Library.
Health Home Teams
Case managers and multi-disciplinary teams work together in the home or out in the community to help people maintain their health and well-being.
Our Health Home integrates health monitoring and medical coordination within the treatment plan adding a more holistic approach to support services.
Psychiatric Services & Medication Management
Psychiatric evaluation and medication monitoring is provided by psychiatrists and clinical nurse specialists on the treatment team.
Innovative programming includes individual, family and group counseling, and psychotherapy/educational groups to empower individuals and their families by supporting them in making positive behavioral choices.
Emergency housing, recovery and sober housing, group homes, supervised apartments, and assisted living options are available to individuals and families with housing and supportive needs.
Vocational assessment, job development and placement, and support after employment are provided by a specialized employment team.
A welcoming environment where people receiving services can attend scheduled groups and visit the computer lab, Lucy's Place, or utilize the available resources.
The Alive Peer Support Program provides supportive social activities for people living with mental illness and/ or addiction. Alive operates in the evenings and weekends when clinical support is less likely to be available. Peers support one another, encouraging hope and resilience with compassion and understanding.