COMMUNITY Stabilization PROGRAM
SERVING HOMELESS MEN AND WOMEN
WITH A MENTAL HEALTH DIAGNOSIS
An intensive residential program that assists transition into independent living through education and counseling.
Provide supportive services customized to the needs and strengths of the resident.
Assist residents with making their return to successful independent community living by providing training in:
Offer a healthy environment to work on their mental health and substance abuse recovery.
Assists residents in locating safe and appropriate housing to successfully transition back to independent living.
Be a liaison for community support after transition to independent living.
A confidential and a safe space to express feelings and explore coping techniques.
Discuss common issues, struggles and/or challenges with other participants.
Intensive Case Management
Life Skills Training
HOW IT WORKS
The Community Stabilization Program is a recovery-oriented residential community.
It is not a shelter.
All residents are expected to participate in activities that will help them improve their ability to live independently.
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HOW TO QUALIFY
The following criteria must be met:
1. At least 21 years of age
2. Currently insured under Illinois Medicaid
2. Voluntarily agrees to placement and to abide by all rules and regulations
3. Not currently intoxicated or under the influence of street drugs
4. Able to provide documentation to establish criteria for services in the program