Medical, Health Care, Medication
D&M Consultants Inc. offers quality services to people pursuing psychiatric rehabilitation through relationship building, community inclusion and personal discovery. D&M Consultants provides an array of comprehensive services to support a unique psychosocial rehabilitation model that enable mentally ill consumers to attain maximum levels of independence. The services include employment in Ever-Glo, a for-profit consumer owned and operated janitorial service company. Other services offered include but are not limited to job skill development, social skills training and development, psychosocial counseling and crisis management, residential placement, medication and dietary support with 24-hour staff support, and much more.
The House of the Good Shepherd opened one of the first domestic violence shelter/programs in Chicago in 1980. Since then, House of the Good Shepherd has helped more than 6,000 vulnerable women and children release themselves from the bondage and humiliation of family violence. The House of the Good Shepherd program resides within the Catholic Charities Housing Services area and focuses on domestic violence.
Bellevue Hospital Center's Victim Services Program empowers and educate adult victims of crime, domestic violence, elder abuse, and sexual assault, and their family members about their rights, as well as the range of comprehensive services available to them following a life altering trauma.
Our outpatient clinics offer a full array of behavioral health services to both children and adults. Services may include assessment, psychiatric interventions, therapy and counseling (provided in individual, family, and groups), medication, residential or inpatient programs, case management, vocational services, and living skills training. Other supportive services, such as peer support services, health promotion, and family support services are also offered, geared towards helping individuals and families develop additional self-awareness and specialized recovery skills to improve independent functioning and quality of life. All services are provided by qualified behavioral health staff and are driven by a service plan developed by the client and the client’s child and family team or adult recovery team.
Carolina Homeless Veterans is apart of the National Coalition for Homeless Veterans (NCHV) – a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization governed by a 23-member board of directors – is the resource and technical assistance center for a national network of community-based service providers and local, state and federal agencies that provide emergency and supportive housing, food, health services, job training and placement assistance, legal aid and case management support for hundreds of thousands of homeless veterans each year.