Recovery for people with serious mental illness
People residing in the local community with serious and persistent mental health and co-occurring addiction issues may need long-term support co-ordination for successful recovery. The Case Co-ordination Program provides intensive case management with treatment and community support strategies to address the challenges of self-care, productivity, and leisure. Our multidisciplinary team includes rehabilitation case co-ordinators, an addiction specialist, and a peer specialist and collaborates with the consumer, family and health and service networks to create their recovery plan and stay living in their chosen community.
Intensive, Long-Term Support
Our focus is on long-term and intensive supports in the community which may include medication support, life skills teaching, housing assistance, and access to financial, vocational, and school supports and participation in community roles. We work continuously with the person during crisis, hospitalization, and after discharge.
The people we support have serious and persistent mental illness, may have co-occurring issues such as addiction, and risk issues across their life situations. They must:
- reside in Guelph and Wellington County; and
- be 18 years and older.
percentage of clients that felt the staff helped them achieve their goals related to their recovery plan
percentage of clients who would recommend Case Coordination to someone else
of patients were satisfied with the overall quality of the treatment they received at Homewood
This group is for individuals who are receiving mental health support through Case Co-ordination or Assertive Community Treatment Team and who wish to build on their social skills and participate in leisure activities to improve physical health and community memberships.The Social Connections group meets twice monthly to plan and organize activities. Some activities may involve a nominal fee. For more information, please call 519.824.1010, extension 2357.