Mental Health Services for Adults:

Services designed to assist adults to improve or maintain their mental health and avoid inpatient hospitalizations. Service locations and eligibility requirements vary by program.

C.H.O.I.C.E.S Drop-in Centers

Center for Hope, Opportunity, Inspiration and Change in an Environment of Support. CHOICES is a consumer run drop-in center that provides critically important social support for persons with mental health needs. CHOICES is run by peers and is a place where you can relax, be yourself, feel accepted and safe, and find the support and encouragement you need to rebuild a meaningful life. Services are offered in Sigourney, Oskaloosa, Mount Pleasant, and Washington. These services are free and can be accessed at anytime the program is open.

Crisis Stabilization/Transition Services

Crisis Stabilization services are voluntary, community-based services provided to clients with mental health or co-occurring disorders (i.e. mental health accompanied by intellectual disability, substance abuse, etc.). These services are designed to provide persons, experiencing a debilitating event/circumstance/ interference, an opportunity to stabilize in a comfortable, controlled environment.  With support provided by First Resources Corp.’s staff, clients can connect with appropriate resources, and transition to the appropriate level of care, with hopes of preventing hospitalization and/or court involvement. Maximum support time is 42 days. Services are provided in Fairfield, IA and participants must live within the SEIL Region. Referrals must be made by calling 641-472-7601.

 

SEIL Region Counties: Jefferson, Keokuk, Des Moines, Louisa, Washington, Lee, Henry, and Van Buren. 

Residential Care Facility (RCF)

A 15 bed short-term program for adults receiving home-based habilitation services. Individuals receive assistance and support with priority given to the following issues: mental health stabilization, obtaining and maintaining safe and healthy living environments, personal care, community integration, accessibility within the community, and support with self-advocacy skills. Service is available in Keosauqua. Disability Application must be completed for those interested in services.