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Fact Sheet

Fiscal Year 2020 Direct Services

Participants achieve their recovery goals through a comprehensive array of services and programs:
Individuals Served

Supported Education and Tele-Education Support (TEdS) 

  • 99 participants: 38% in Associates; 36% in Bachelors; 18% in Vocational Certification; and 8% in GED
  • Onsite at college campuses and high schools

Supported Employment

  • 99 participants with 54% competitively employed

Mobile Employment Services (MES)

  • 60 participants served at Recovery Houses

Social Rehabilitation/Skill Building 

  • 615 individuals received services in:Writers, Artists, and Skill Building Workshops; Recovery planning, outreach, advocacy, peer support; Food Service (Cafe and Kitchen) and wellness programs, including delivery of food to participants 

Thinking Well (Cognitive Remediation)

  • 91 participants: 89% had positive functional outcomes (e.g., job,school); 92% who completed sessions and took post-assessment achieved improvement in 2 or more of 6 cognitive domains

Community Support Services and Housing

  • 85 participants received support services and housing:
    Case management and counseling in recovery planning, Activities of Daily Living (ADLs), and budgeting

  • Gateway website for families to expert help
  • Directory of 166 Family-Endorsed Providers
  • 576,015 unique visitors to the site; 670,830 visits
  • 2,160 requests for help, responded to by two Resource Specialiststeway website for families to expert help
Unique users visited
Cases were responded to by the Resource Specialist

Our Mission

Laurel House and Resources to Recover help individuals and families achieve and sustain mental health to lead fulfilling lives.


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