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COPE Crisis Hotline: 1-800-542-2673

Residential Programs and Support

The Mental Health Residential Services Program offers a wide range of options designed to enable individuals to maintain community stability in the most appropriate and least restrictive environment.

Turning Point is a six-bed residential program for adults with serious mental illness who need supervised care 24 hours a day. Residents enjoy a home-like setting where they live and work together as a family. Each individual is responsible for some aspect of daily management of the home. Residents learn to manage their illness and activities of daily living, while preparing for transition to housing with less supervision.

Belroi Apartments provide a residential setting for individuals who have a mental illness or dual diagnosis (mental illness and substance use disorder) and are capable of living independently with minimum supervision.

Recovery Houses are part of our transitional living model. There are two recovery houses in operation, Discovery Place 1 and Discovery Place 2. Both houses provide a stable residence for individuals who are working toward mental health goals. Typical length of stay in these facilities is 6-12 months.

Discovery Place 1
Discovery Place 2

Administrative Office

Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

The Mental Health Apartment Program helps to find apartments for persons who are disabled by mental illness and capable of living independently with minimum supervision.

Mental Health Support Services provide training in, or reinforcement of, functional skills and appropriate behavior related to the individual's health and safety within the activities of daily living. These services also provide community resources, medication management, and health monitoring so that individuals can acquire the skills, knowledge, and help they need to function as independently as possible in a residential setting.