Community Residential Rehabilitation (CRR) is a strength-based program that seeks to maximize a resident’s potential and quality of life. Residents are adults who experience challenges in independently living in their community. Their recovery plan needs may include, but are not limited to, mental health education, assistance with daily living activities, medication education and management, and appropriate social skills and nutrition.
Our residences are home-like, non-institutional environments and offer residents the maximum possible autonomy, independence and self-determination to develop the necessary skills for more independent living to move to a less-restrictive setting.
The facility is licensed by the Pennsylvania Department of Human Services and staff, who are key in helping residents become more independent, are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week. We also work with other agencies, in the service delivery system, so our residents receive coordinated, continuous and effective services.
CRR empowers residents to make choices, attain life goals, build relationships and participate in community life to the best of their abilities and in an integrated and independent manner.
Residents are treated with respect, dignity, courtesy and equality, regardless of ability and participate in developing their recovery plan and goals. Goals are based on each resident’s unique hopes, dreams and desires. Diversity is viewed as strength in our community.