The Supervised Apartments
The SAP (supervised apartment program)
The Supervised Apartment Program can be a transitional living step or permanent housing for graduates of the Residential Living Center. Residents of this program have increased knowledge in managing their illness and have improved psychiatric stability. This program offers residents more spacious accommodations and the opportunity and responsibility of greater independence.
Staff supports are more limited than in the Residential Living Center (group home) and are focused on residents practicing independent living skills including self-care, cooking, cleaning, money management, leisure time planning, etc. Residents may also work on accepting greater responsibility for self-medication.
Supervised Apartment residents generally have a commitment to work, school, or volunteerism outside of the program.
The goal of service provision in the apartment program is resident empowerment and skill-building in an independent living environment. Whenever possible, the staff will prompt the resident in skill development or to advocate on their own behalf.
Residential Staff availability evenings and overnight
Periodic coordination with treatment providers
Crisis management, as needed
Medication monitoring and support of resident self medication
Periodic family communication
Resident Goal Planning
Resident Recovery and Enrichment Program
The Supervised Apartment Program has studio, two, and three-bedroom apartments with kitchens and full baths. Supervised Apartment residents have a choice of cooking their own meals or joining others in a community meal. Residents often gather together for TV, movies, or activities in the Apartment Program community living room.
Supervised Apartment Program residents participate in the Resident Recovery and Enrichment Program and are encouraged to take a major role in planning, organizing, and leading activities.
Please visit our Contact Us page to request more information about our programs.