Aspire Behavioral Health & Developmental Disability Services provides residential services to individuals with severe and persistent mental health and/or addictive disease challenges who need supportive services in order to live as independently as possible. The goal of Aspire’s residential services is to teach the skills you need to take care of your home and your daily living needs such as health, nutrition, managing your medications, handling your finances, and becoming an active in your community. Aspire offers different levels of support, based on your needs. If you’re interested in residential services, talk to your clinician or caseworker about a referral.
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601 West 11th Avenue
Our services are the following:
The Touchstone Dual Diagnosis Residential Program provides treatment for adults ages 18+ who are experiencing problems with co-occurring mental health and addictive disease challenges.
Aspire Behavioral Health & Developmental Disability Services operates a supervised 4 bed Intensive Treatment Residential (ITR) for males in a home-like setting off-campus.
The Crisis Respite Apartment (CRA) service offers crisis respite for an individual who needs a supportive environment when transitioning back into the community from a psychiatric inpatient facility, Crisis Stabilization Unit (CSU), or temporary observation area; or when preventing an admission or readmission into a psychiatric inpatient facility, CSU, or temporary observation area and can be safely served in a voluntary community-based setting.
The Transitions Supervised Apartments operates on a recovery model that seeks to return participants to a quality life in the community.