CMHS's Substance Use Services program provides low-income individuals in Eastern Jackson County who are struggling with substance use disorders with access to quality residential and day treatment services. COMBAT fudning supports program activities, including Level II residential inpatient treatment and Level II partial hospitalization treatment.
The goal of the program is to improve each client's overall wellbeing and social determinants of health, so they can ultimately achieve recovery. Measurable outcomes include:
• reduction or elimination of substance use and criminal behavior;
• measured improvement of functioning, emotional wellbeing, psychological wellbeing, social wellbeing, or recovery from trauma;
• enhancement of client's ability to become employed;
• increased access to housing; and
• increased social supports that will improve the likelihood that individuals will continue in their treatment after discharge.
CMHS treatment services help break the cycle of addiction for individuals struggling with poverty, homelessness, co-occurring mental health disorders, and chronic medical problems.
In 2023, the program expects to serve at least 200 of its substance use clients with COMBAT funds.
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