Our Adult Rehabilitative Mental Health Services (ARMHS) provide skills training for adults with mental health conditions. Our directive is to help these adults gain independence in their home and community. The adults in this program develop stability and social competencies, as well as basic social and living skills, in order to better manage symptoms from mental illness.
These living skills include household management, most skills involving employment or gaining employment, and transitioning to living within a community. Our eligible recipients are guided by mental health practitioners. And we work hard to match our recipients with a specialist from the same cultural identity who speaks their language.