The Comprehensive Community Services (CCS) program is focused on the participant having hope, healing, empowerment and connections in life. It is about the person taking control of recovery and allowing people living with mental illness to go forward in a meaningful way. The participant will have a range of options to make decisions that they feel are beneficial to them. To help make these decisions the participant will have access to information and resources.
Participants are encouraged to take an active role in their recovery. Recovery is a journey rather than a destination in one's own life. It is full of meaning and hope. Participants shall have a significant degree of control in the development of their own treatment plan, and determining goals they chose to work towards. Service Facilitators encourage, facilitate and help increase the participant's abilities to self-manage recovery in ways that are meaningful to the participant.
To facilitate program goals, CCS uses a person-centered approach building upon individual strengths essential for quality community living. The broad array of services offered by the program are provided by a qualified team of professionals dedicated to understand the unique needs of individuals perceiving opportunities to teach skill, and promote self-direction in the journey of recovery.
Program goals teach participants recovery and self-management skills and strategies for dealing with symptoms so as to: