The Adult Mental Health Division of Rutland Mental Health Services offers a variety of programs and services which are designed to assist people in improving the quality of their lives. We encourage and support each individual to identify and attain his/her personal goals.
We empower individuals to grow and gain greater independence. We provide support that empowers individuals to: develop meaningful and mutually supportive relationships; work or engage in other meaningful activity; live where they want to live, and; be active participants in the community in which they reside. With the consent of the person served, families are encouraged to participate in the assessment and treatment process.
Community Rehabilitation and Treatment Program
The CRT program provides a wide range of services to adults with serious and persistent mental illness who meet eligibility criteria established by the Vermont Department of Mental Health. Programs include traditional outpatient therapy, case management, vocational and housing assistance, psychiatric evaluation, medication management, and services for persons with co-occurring disorders of mental illness and substance abuse. The program's treatment approach is based on the understanding that recovery from serious and persistent mental illness and co-occurring disorders is a life-long process facilitated by client-centered psychiatric treatment, education, and support.
Adult Case Management
Assists individuals in developing and attaining goals, in accessing community resources, and solving problems.
Provides individual and group therapy to allow individuals to develop improved coping strategies.
Psychiatric evaluation; information regarding psychoactive medications; and medication management.
Temporary housing for individuals that would benefit from a supported living situation while in transition from a higher level of care, or as an alternative to a higher level of care.
Assistance in locating and obtaining housing, including apartments and residential care settings; assistance in obtaining housing subsidies.
Comprehensive, integrated services for individuals with co-occurring mental health and substance use problems.
VOW - Vocational Opportunity Works
Provides an array of supported employment services to individuals with mental health and co-occurring disorders.
CSID - The Crisis Stabilization and Inpatient Diversion program - A therapeutic community residence.
Maplewood Recovery Residence - A Level 3 Recovery Residence.
Professional staff available 24 hours per day, 7 days per week for phone or face-to-face intervention to assist members of the community in developing and achieving a safety plan in crisis situations. Call 802-775-1000, 24-hour emergency/crisis line.
Provides outreach mental health services to elders, including assessment and case management.
INTERAGE ADULT DAY PROGRAM
Adult Day programming is not just for Alzheimer's care. It is person-centered, community based, non-residential services to assist adults over age 18 who have physical and/or cognitive impairments and socially isolated elders, to remain active in their communities and to delay or prevent institutional care. These services help this population to maximize their levels of health and independence and ensure optimal functioning. Adult Day provides a safe and supportive environment where participants can receive a wide range of professional health, social and therapeutic services. Adult Day also provides respite, support and education to care providers and family members. "Let Us Share the Care." 802-773-2011, firstname.lastname@example.org Click here for our Facebook Page
EVERGREEN SUBSTANCE ABUSE SERVICES
Provides adult substance abuse treatment services, including Assessment and Referral, and Quitting Time, an intensive outpatient substance abuse treatment program. Continuing Care is provided in the Aftercare Program. Community Services include the Rocking Horse Program for women of all ages including those with young children and pregnant women who are substance users or whose lives are affected by the substance use of a member of the household, Project CRASH (state-sponsored), and Drug Court services.