Memorial Behavioral Health provides two distinct residential programs in Springfield: Crisis Residential and Supported Housing.
The Crisis Residential program is a short-term program available for adults experiencing an acute mental health crisis. This program offers a safe environment for crisis stabilization and links clients to additional resources.
The Supported Housing program works with individuals with mental health symptoms that have impacted their ability to live independently. This program works with clients to improve their independent living skills to eventually return to the community.
Both programs offer the following services:
- Crisis assessment
- Comprehensive assessment
- Individual treatment planning
- Crisis intervention
- Community support services
- Individual counseling/therapy
- Group counseling/therapy
- Case management
- Psychiatric/medical services provided by SIU Center for Family Medicine
- Medication training
- Family support
- Follow-up services