Supervised Living facility is a residence where two or more persons with similar mental health issues or substance abuse problems live independently with some assistance from caregivers. By offering multiple levels of care and providing a variety of services, Supervised Living provides the optimal care and an ideal ambiance for mentally ill patients during suffering and the recovery phase. Any person with a developmental disability, substance abuse, or mental health issue can utilize this service.
How does it work?
Supervised living promotes the recovery of mentally ill and substance abusers by helping them in acquiring, retaining, and improving skills such as:
- Communication skills.
- Socialization skills.
- Relationship development.
- Skills necessary for self-help/ self-care.
- Positive and healthy social interaction development.
- Goal-oriented skills.
- Skills essential to utilize community resources.
Moreover, supervised living also provides help in daily basic living activities, for instance:
- 24/7 supervision to avoid any negative events.
- 3 meals or snacks per day.
- Medication reminders to avoid any missing doses.
Our supervised living is structured in such a way that any mentally ill person or substance abuser feels easy to settle in our settings because it is based on the standards defined by Texas Health and Human Services. Some of these standards include:
- Every person has a right to privacy.
- Routines of service deliveries are customized according to the person.
- Both sleeping and living units can be locked based on the person’s choice.
- Each living unit is separate from the others.
- The independence of each person is our basic service provision.
For further assistance, feel free to contact us or visit us any time.