Case Management Program – Provides long- and short-term care services to adults and youth, including housing and medication management.
Peer Parent Support Partner Services – Offers guidance, advocacy, and camaraderie for parents and caregivers of youth receiving services from mental health and substance use services.
Peer Support Services – Assists adult clients in services to regain control and success in their own lives, including developing supportive relationships, self-advocacy, stable housing, education and employment.
Options Youth Services – This program serves youth aged 14-25, providing mental health therapy, case management, and help with vocational assessment, resumes, job searches, job retention counseling, job development, job coaching, FAFSA application, and scholarship applications.
Community Response Team (CRT) – Mental health and peer support specialists who respond to the urgent needs of community members experiencing mental health or substance use symptoms, and are trained in de-escalation, assessment of immediate needs, and resource navigation.
Trueblood – A program helping individuals find permanent, stable housing through peer support.
Forensic Housing and Recovery Peer Services (FHARPS) – An evidence-based, recovery-oriented program aimed at minimizing the barrier of receiving services such as housing support and services for behavioral health conditions.
Mobile Health Team – The team of a nurse, physician’s assistant, clinician, and peer and case managers travels by van to support unhoused or unstably housed individuals throughout Clark County, providing outreach, mental health assessments, medical services, and referrals.
Mobile Intensive Housing Team (MIHT) – a team of a peer support specialist, case manager, and mental health clinician supports clients throughout the housing process, including until they are stable in their housing.