Community Living/Community Building
Through the Community Living and Community Building programs, housing is offered first, and wraparound services are provided to help the person maintain his or her housing. This model has demonstrated a high degree of success at getting people on the road to recovery and integrated more quickly into the community. Community Building Team Members are peers in active recovery from substance use, serious mental illness or both challenges. Team members are trained in housing as well as motivational interviewing, stages of change, relapse prevention, trauma informed care and introduction to fair housing, HQS and the landlord tenant act.
North Carolina: Community Building | Tel: 252-321-0179 | Fax: 252-321-0578 | Administrator: Kim Talbot
The Restart program provides recovery-based, short-term Targeted Care Management and engagement services for individuals 18 years of age and older with significant mental health and/or substance use challenges. The goal of the Restart program is to prevent, when possible, hospitalization and higher levels of care by rapidly getting to know the person’s needs and engaging in a voluntary recovery opportunity, and connecting people to community services and supports. Recovery Innovations has extensive experience operating similar programs around the country and has been a leader in the behavioral health field by the development and application of the best practices of no-force-first, trauma-informed care, peer support, and recovery outcomes.
Pathways Community – Tel: 602-297-0323 | HOPE Community – Tel: 602-258-4646 | Journey Community – Tel: 602-265-1118
Administrator: Patti Hart
Ellendale Community – Referral Tel: 302-424-5680 | Referral Fax: 302-424-5681 | Administrator: Tina Moyer
Wilmington Community – Referral Tel: 302-300-3111 | Referral Fax: 302-691-5863 | Administrator: Delilah Colon
Safe Haven Program
In partnership with Riverside County Department of Mental Health’s Homeless Housing Opportunity Providing Empowerment (HHOPE) programs, RI International – Riverside’s Safe Havens provide permanent housing to persons experiencing chronic homelessness and mental health challenges. Read more.