Assisted Living Program
The Assisted Living homes are three-bedroom, ranch style homes, designed to support individuals with a history of mental health concerns. The individuals residing in this program typically have medical needs that require increased monitoring (such as dietary restrictions, additional supports for daily hygiene, etc.) The program is staffed 24/7 and all referrals must be made to the York/Adams MH-IDD program.
Locations: Hanover, Littlestown, York
Community Residential Rehabilitation Program
The CRR Program is designed to assist adults with a mental health history live in a safe, home-like environment, while empowering each consumer to reach their highest level of independence. This program provides a structured "group home" setting, in addition to training and assistance with symptom management, interpersonal skills, and daily living skills.
Supportive Living Program / Community Hospital Integration Project Program (CHIPP)
The CHIP Program provides community-based housing and 24/7 staff assistance to individuals, formerly living in psychiatric state hospitals or other structured living settings. The program provides an array of support services such as medication monitoring, transportation, etc., to individuals living in a clustered apartment setting.
Locations: Chambersburg, Hanover, York
Supported Housing Program
In the Supported Housing Program, individuals locate and secure their own apartment while Supported Housing provides the level of support services necessary for the individual to maintain their independence (assistance with transportation, daily living skills, etc.).
Locations: Adams and York Counties
Social Rehabilitation Services
Our psychosocial rehabilitation program is designed to provide an educational, recreational, and supportive environment for the enrichment and development of individuals with mental disorders. Our center offers daily living skills, vocational goals and socialization classes that help individuals to understand and accept their mental illness and live in their community of choice without recurring hospitalization.