Turning Leaf’s Residential Treatment programs are designed to support adults (18 years and older) with a primary diagnosis of mental illness, developmental disability, co-occurring mental illness and substance use, personality disorder and/or history of traumatic brain injuries (TBI). Some individuals served additionally may present as behaviorally complex and/or medically complex.
Our programs can be tailored to meet the needs of individuals who may not have been successful in traditional group homes or may require a more individualized level of care within a more structured continuum of care. Residential Treatment programs are also suitable for individuals as a step-down from institutional settings such as Crisis Residential, inpatient psychiatric hospitalization or individuals who have been adjudicated and found Not Guilty by Reason of Insanity (NGRI), Incompetent to Stand Trial (IST) or are sentenced to a behavioral health rehabilitation program as a result of an Alternative Treatment Order (ATO).
Turning Leaf’s Residential Treatment programs are the most supported on a residential care continuum; they are designed to provide person-centered support to individuals in their recovery focusing on psychiatric and medical stability while minimizing inpatient stays. Residents have the opportunity to participate in Day Treatment and Community Integration programs aimed at developing coping skills, illness management, community resources and building natural supports. Within the Residential Treatment programs, residents are encouraged to provide and receive peer support, receive assistance or encouragement with activities of daily living as necessary according to their individualized plan of service and participate with health and case coordination services to improve their overall wellbeing.
To learn more about the referral process, visit our admissions & referrals page.