The Institute of Living offers a comprehensive network of residential programs for patients who do not require hospitalization, but still need support and structure as they move back into the community.
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Residences in the nearby community and on our campus provide structured programs in homelike settings that promote the development of social and life skills.
A team of staff members supervises each residence, coordinating treatment programs and assisting both residents and therapists.
Residential programs can assist in the transition from hospitalization to independent living, or, in many cases, function as an alternative to inpatient care. They serve a broad spectrum of patients whose ages and severity of illness differ widely. Often, patients are referred into our residential programs by community therapists who continue to work with the patient. Utilization of The Institute's residential services varies from person to person, but in each case residential programs represent a cost-efficient and clinically effective alternative to hospitalization that can lead to new possibilities for treatment and recovery.
Follow the links below to learn about our residential programs:
- Buckingham House
Group home for clients who need short term help coping with an exacerbation of their illness or who need long term support and assistance
- Todd House
A grant funded program of the Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services