Adapt of Missouri provides community support and psychosocial rehabilitation for adults living with mental illness, including individuals with a forensic status living in the St. Louis metropolitan area.
Skills Training and Development
Consumers are provided with opportunities to acquire and enhance skills needed to function effectively in their communities.
Independent Living and Supported Housing
Consumers living independently in their own homes are provided with support services by a treatment team. Support services incorporate evidence-based practices and include intensive case management, medication training and monitoring, illness management and recovery, crisis services, individual therapy, family supports, skill acquisition and support in role recovery.
Consumers and their families are provided with individualized support services to assist them to work towards their personal goals of attaining meaningful roles in their communities and restoring their self-esteem and identity.
Counseling is provided in order to resolve a concrete problem in daily functioning (problem focused, solution oriented) or relieve symptoms resulting from maladaptive thoughts, feelings, and/or interpersonal disturbances.
Medication Training and Support
Clinicians coach individuals on their diagnosis, medications, monitoring and management of symptoms and side effects.
Case Management and Linkage to Resources
Case management is offered to support consumers in identifying, acquiring and maintaining access to needed resources.
Clinicians are available on-call 24 hours per day, 7 days per week to address the problems of individuals in crisis. Callers are provided with information, support and referrals to help them acquire safe and affordable services in the least restrictive setting possible.
Psychiatric Evaluation and Medication Maintenance
Board certified psychiatrists or nurse practitioners provide psychiatric evaluations and medication maintenance in outpatient settings for consumers diagnosed with severe and persistent mental illnesses. Outpatient psychiatric services include evaluation, development of a treatment plan, supervision of the administration of medications, monitoring of effects and side effects of medication and assessment of symptoms.
Crisis Assessment and Intervention
Adapt offers telephonic and face-to-face mental health services aimed at assisting individuals or families in understanding and successfully resolving mental health crisis situations. Staff is available on-call at all hours, days, nights and weekends to address the problems of consumers in crisis with the goals being immediate crisis resolution, deflection from hospitalization, linkage with needed resources and maintenance of current community placement.
Adapt provides a psychosocial rehabilitation program for adults with mental illness in the St. Louis, Missouri area. The program model is a blend of the club model and day treatment model. Programming addresses the changing needs, interests and abilities of the consumers who attend. The program seeks to empower, support and enhance its members' rehabilitation to community living through community living skills, substance abuse education and support, relapse education and prevention, health and nutrition awareness, resource management and budgeting, interpersonal skill development, natural support development, vocational support, leisure and recreational activities and community integration.