Restoration & Transformational Services
Time and again, research suggests a strong correlation between addiction and mental illness. In many cases, people who have a substance use disorder may also develop other mental illnesses, just as many people who are diagnosed with mental illness are often diagnosed with a substance use disorder. Being caught in this endless cycle can destroy lives, sever family ties and cause people to become homeless. The Center for Health Care Services is committed to breaking this cycle and helping people regain their sobriety through safe and meaningful substance use treatment programs, short-term residential assistance and long-term integrated physical and mental health care.
CHCS works to transform the lives of our community’s homeless, offering programs that give people a safe place to stay and an opportunity to recover and stablize. The Center offers a portal to change – psychological, medical and social assistance that leads to secure shelter, productivity and independence. Whether it’s a safe place to spend the night, or a path to transformation, The Center for Health Care Services provides a way.
Additionally, CHCS works closely with community partners to address the problem of individual and family homelessness by helping people find safe and effective resources that can lead to productive independence.
Community & Transitional Programs
- Crisis Care Center
- Crisis Observation Unit
- Mobile Crisis Outreach Team (MCOT)
- CenterCare Clinic
- Public Sobering Unit
- Residential Detoxification Program
- Ambulatory Detoxification Program
- Outpatient Substance Abuse Treatment
- Minor Medical Clinic (for injured detainees)
- Opioid Addiction Treatment Services (OATS)
- Mommies Specialized Female Outpatient Substance Abuse Program
- Co-Occuring Psychiatric and Substance Abuse Disorders (COPSD) Treatment
- In-House Recovery Program (IHRP)
- HIV Prevention, Intervention & Outreach Programs