Individual with a diagnosis of mental illness 18 and older. CFI offers a comprehensive range of services providing peer support, residential services, case management, education, training, skill-building, preparation for work, career development and full integration in the community. Provides consumers other needed resources.
Provides information on services and resources for individuals with disabilities and their families. Includes advocacy, independent living skills, housing, education, peer counseling, and transitional services
Five Peer Support, Wellness, and Respite Centers provide respite rooms where a person may stay for up to 7 days instead of going into a psychiatric hospital, 24/7 warmline, daily wellness activities and other supports, 12-step recovery support groups for those with both a substance abuse problem and co-occurring psychiatric diagnosis
Housing for individuals with developmental disabilities or mental illness. Independent living, day programs, supported employment and social programs
Nationwide peer-support service providing information, resource referrals and support to people living with a mental health conditions, their family members and caregivers, mental health providers and the public.
Certified Peer Specialists provide support and education to those in poverty and experiencing mental illness. Meals, art program, gardening activities, Certified Nursing Assistant on staff.
Community-based program designed to support Individuals with behavioral health challenges and co-occurring developmental disabilities who have complex care needs or are in critical transition periods.