Fiscal Year 2021 Services
Participants achieve their recovery goals through a comprehensive array of services and programs:
- Laurel House, Inc. provided services to 850 individuals.There was no interruption in client service due to COVID – 19 restrictions.
- As essential workers, Laurel House employees have continued to work at the Resource Center and in the community throughout the pandemic.
- www.rtor.org had 1,108,957 unique visitors and 2,443 requests for personalized service were responded to by two rtor.org Resource Specialists.
- Laurel House, Inc. and www.rtor.org are committed to the advancement of racial equity and social justice, and to making mental health services accessible to all.
Supported Education and Tele-Education Support (TEdS)
- 110 participants: 15% in Associates; 36% in Bachelors; 16% in Vocational Certification; 6% in GED; 2% in Masters; 21% in high school; and 4% applying to programs
- Onsite at college campuses and high schools
- 106 participants with 68% competitively employed and60% employed over 12 months
Mobile Employment Services (MES)
- Onsite Service at Recovery Houses
Social Rehabilitation/Skill Building
- 590 individuals received services in:Writers, Artists, and Skill Building Workshops; Recovery planning, outreach, advocacy, peer support and wellness programs, including delivery of food to participants
Thinking Well (Cognitive Remediation)
- 73 participants: 92% who completed sessions and took post-assessment achieved improvement in 2 or more of 5cognitive domains; 67% in 3 or more
- Laurel House is collaborating with Columbia University ona 4 year NIMH Cognitive Research Study
Community Support Services and Housing
- 86 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
- 1,108,957 unique visitors to the site
- 2,443 requests for help, responded to by two Resource Specialists
Unique users visited www.rtor.org
Cases were responded to by the rtor.org Resource Specialist