The Supported Living Program (SLP) provides a structured recovery environment for adults dealing with the challenges of persistent mental illness.
Structure is offered through crisis support, medication management, training and support and peer support, as identified by the resident’s individual recovery service plan.
SLP empowers individuals to make life choices, attain life goals, build relationships and participate in community life to the best of their abilities and in the most integrated and independent manner for the individual and his/her community.
The program provides mental health services that are resident-centered, culturally competent, individualized, flexible, coordinated, accountable and strength-based, with the goal of providing the opportunity for people to recover with the recognition that the recovery process is unique for each individual.
SLP supports individuals to live as independently as possibly by providing training and assistance in community, living skills and serving as an integrating focus for an individual’s rehabilitation.