Behavioral Health Services for Independent Living

Serving: Adults, age 18 and older, with serious behavioral health conditions who have typically been dependent on others to manage their day to day needs or who have not had the opportunity to live in a residence without supervision. This includes individuals who are homeless, at risk of homelessness, have had a history of homelessness or unstable housing situations and/or individuals who are recently paroled.

Facility: County Contracted – College Community Services

Region: Countywide

Address: 2001 E. 4th St., Santa Ana, CA

Phone: 714-948-7691

Web Address: www.Pathways.com  

Program Description: Behavioral Health Services for Independent Living is designed to educate participants about the relationship between behavioral health management and independent living. Peer specialists will provide independent living skill modules based on five broad categories, including health management, core/basic skills, daily living, social skills, and vocational skills. Services also include outreach and engagement, assessment, screening, case management, and peer support.

Eligibility: Adults, age 18 and older, with serious behavioral health conditions who have typically been dependent on others to manage their day to day needs or who have not had the opportunity to live in a residence without supervision. This includes individuals who are homeless, at risk of homelessness, have had a history of homelessness or unstable housing situations and/or individuals who are recently. A requirement for enrollment and participation in these services is that participants concurrently receive behavioral health treatment for their mental health disorder.

Providing Language(s): English, Spanish

Hours of Operation: 8 a.m.–5 p.m., Monday–Friday