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