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Mental Health Skill-Building Services
MH_SLP.jpgThis program includes training and support to help individuals achieve and maintain stability and independence within the community. Support services are rendered in the least restrictive environment based on the identified needs of the individual.

The goal of the program is to increase the quality of life for those receiving Support Services and to keep the person in the community. This can be accomplished by being responsive to individuals needs and increasing their abilities and skills to live in the community. Services are generally provided in the home to offer training, education and supports in the natural setting where the individual will utilize the skill. Services are individualized and are based on a clinical assessment of the individual’s needs. The individual, family member, the doctor, and the Care Coordinator will all play an active role in the provision of services being implemented. The individual is seen as the key person in their treatment and services in the program and, therefore, they are encouraged to actively engage and guide services throughout the treatment process.

The program recognizes the need for services to be available to assist individuals while achieving recovery. Some of the components associated with these services include maintaining housing, facilitating individual choices, and structured planned training and supports centered on the needs of the individuals. Specific services provided in the program include:

  • Face to face and 1:1 services
  • Skill Building in Personal Hygiene
  • Medication Monitoring Diet and Nutrition
  • Stress Management
  • Housing Stabilization
  • Coping Skills
  • Boundaries and Ethical Decision Making
  • Anger Management
  • Social Skill Development
  • Symptom Management
  • Budgeting
  • Health Management
  • Peer Support

CONTACT US

CONTACT CHANDRA BEASLEY FOR QUESTIONS REGARDING ELIGIBILITY
* (757) 664-7699 *

FOR MORE INFORMATION OR ENTRY INTO THE PROGRAM,
VISIT THE 
ADMISSIONS / INTAKE WEB PAGE. 

Contact Us
Mental Health Services
3755 Virginia Beach Blvd
Norfolk, VA 23502

Ph: 757-823-1312