Adult Mental Health
Our programs provide community-based clinical services to adults who have been diagnosed with a serious mental health disability, are struggling to manage or make progress in their pursuit of the quality of life they desire, and are seeking greater levels of wellness, independence, and personal satisfaction and success in their lives.
Our philosophy is that the individual is the center of the recovery process with the rights and abilities to explore any avenue that will aid in this process. The intent or purpose of services provided is to support people in the selection, preparation, and obtainment of their recovery goals. Individuals define their own vocational, educational, housing, financial, and social life goals. Additional areas of focus often include community involvement, physical health, independence, coordination/instruction related to accessing transportation, self-care skills, self-esteem, effects of alcohol and drugs, and mental health symptoms.
Synergie will also work together with enrollees to increase community participation that will provide opportunities for the development of personal connections able to offer the support once provided by a case manager.
Forensic services are provided to individuals with a psychiatric disorder and may have pending court charges. This program is designed to be shorter term to allow the program to be available to enroll people who may be in need of these services.
Basic Eligibility Criteria for Programs
· 18 years of age or older
· Serious and persistent psychiatric disorder (i.e. Major Depressive Disorder, Bipolar Disorder, Schizophrenia, Schizoaffective Disorder)
· Significant functional impairments related to daily living skills, personal safety, community living, economic self-sufficiency, and/or use/engagement with medical or mental health services