The Community Support Program is a psychosocial rehabilitation program
designed to meet the needs of individuals 18 or older who have a serious
mental illness. Individuals may participate in one or more of the following
Supervised Group Living (Group Home)
The Supervised Group Living Program consists of a Lafayette residence
for individuals who are in need of a supportive living environment as
a part of a move toward greater independence. Residents are expected
to become involved in the program and/or manage with less supervision.
While at the group home, residents are taught skills such as cooking,
budgeting, and the use of community resources.
Community Living Program
This program consists of:
- Outpatient Case Management is for individuals who need significant
assistance in obtaining mental health and community services and maintaining
basic living skills. These individuals live in apartments.
- Outpatient Clinical Case Management is for individuals who need
one-to-one or group supportive counseling in order to cope with their
mental illness and/or the problems of daily living.
The Clubhouse is a group-oriented, structured treatment program
that focuses on the members' strength, shared responsibilities, and
work/tasks in a normal work-like setting in order to learn how to cope
with the symptoms and disabling effects of one's mental illness.
Medication prescribed by a psychiatrist to treat the symptoms
of one's mental illness are available through appointments with a psychiatrists.
In addition, there is a Proloxin-Haldol Clinic for individuals who need
Valley Enterprises is an employment services program funded through
the Indiana Family and Social Services Administration Division of Disability,
Aging and Rehabilitative Services to assist individuals with a serious
mental illness to choose, find, and succeed with paid employment.
Family Education and Support
The Family Education and Support Program is a free, weekly, family
support group of Wabash Valley Alliance, which is open to family members
of all Wabash Valley Alliance consumers. Information is also shared
about the Alliance for Mentally Ill Support Group, Journey of Hope classes,
local mental health associations, and other local resources.