Getting You Back on Track The focus of COMPASS’ Residential Services is to provide a therapeutic residential environment within which individuals with emotional and mental disorders can achieve their highest level of independence, stability, and life satisfaction. COMPASS is committed to: Seeing the person first and the disability barrier second. Focusing on the consumer's strengths and building upon them. Providing client-driven services. Providing a realistic and supportive therapeutic environment. Empowering clients to be personally responsible for their lives and allowing them to experience the natural consequences of their actions. We believe that each person has the capacity to recover and change. An eclectic approach is based upon each client’s needs and preferences. Safe & Supervised Treatment Environments Doris Burdman Home Located in Mahoning County, adults served here experience a serious and persistent mental disorder that impedes their ability to function in a less supervised community residence, but does not require inpatient treatment. The goals and objectives of the Doris Burdman Home are to provide a safe, supervised, supportive, but realistic living environment where individuals can work toward achieving specific personal goals. Symptom remission and personal recovery are paramount. To help facilitate this we partner with other community service providers and stakeholders, including addiction service providers, to afford our clients the best possible chance at remission and recovery. Recovery may focus on work, alcohol and other drug addiction services, education, relationships, independent living, etc. Riverbend Crisis Stabilization Unit Located in Trumbull County, Riverbend Center is a 12 bed, 24 hour, residential facility that provides crisis stabilization for persons experiencing or recovering from a mental health crisis and is in need of an intermediate level of care. Clients are admitted when they are stepping down from inpatient psychiatric units or diverted from inpatient psychiatric admission. Treatment interventions are focused on stabilizing the current crisis and mobilizing resources so that the person can be treated in a less restrictive setting. Persons with co-occuring conditions, such as substance abuse, will also be considered for admission. Interventions include: diagnostic assessments, individual counseling, substance use counseling, group therapy, medication evaluation and monitoring by psychiatric physicians and nurses, case management, residential/life skill services and structured therapeutic recreational activities. Horizon House Located in Mahoning County, Horizon House is an 8 - 12 bed, 24 hour, residential facility that provides residential treatment and ongoing stabilization for persons experiencing or recovering from severe and persistent mental illness. Clients are admitted through selection and referral of the Mahoning, Trumbull, and Carroll/Tuscarawas Mental Health and Recovery Boards. This less restrictive setting provides diagnostic assessments, individual counseling, substance use counseling, group therapy, medication evaluation and monitoring by psychiatric physicians and nurses, case management, residential/life skill services and structured therapeutic recreational activities. Persons served experience a severe and persistent mental illness that impedes their ability to function in a less supervised community residence, but does not require inpatient treatment. The target population will also be those with a history of incarcerations and long term (state) hospitalizations that have traditionally been difficult to maintain in the community, those who have been removed from Adult Care Facilities, and those who are unable to live on their own due to the pervasive mental health conditions that hinder their ability to function independently in the community.