Mental Health Communities of Hope and Healing

Welcome. We are glad you found us.

You face a challenging task. You seek the right facility for a person with mental health issues, a place that will help them improve their life.  Or, you are looking for the best place for yourself, a place where you can grow and heal. You may have already decided on residential treatment. Or perhaps you are considering it, but not sure.

ARTA (American Residential Treatment Association) can help you make the best match. We are composed of more than 30 member facilities offering residential care to adults with serious mental challenges, including schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, depression, personality disorders, and disorders combined with substance abuse. We deliberately keep our membership low in order to have personal knowledge of one another’s facilities, which lets us offer you informed recommendations. We are dedicated to providing you with information and guidance that will help you through this process.

On this site, you will find general information on residential treatment.   On the page below you will find our Directory of Residential Facilities, with links to individual web sites offering detailed program information.  There is a great range of approaches among our facilities.  This is good – you have options. We also give you professional guidance in choosing among the many options (click on the link Making the Best Match).

What are the benefits of residential care? Click here to learn more . . .

Members are listed in random order.

 

Institute of Living - Eli's Retreat
13 bed group home at the Institute of Living. Full range of psychiatric services available. MORE
Website: www.instituteofliving.com
Address: 200 Retreat Avenue, Hartford, Connecticut 06106
Email: arthur.guerra@hhchealth.org
Phone: (860) 545-7059, Fax: (860) 545-7558

Contact: Art Guerra

Lakewood Center

Long-term residential treatment for adults with chronic mental illnesses, particularly schizophrenia, bipolar, depression, autism and Asperger's Syndrome, near Orlando, Florida. MORE
Website: www.lakewoodcenter.org
Address: 8400 La Amistad Cove, Fern Park, Florida 32730
Email: hbooth@laamistad.org
Phone: (407) 332-1711, Fax: (407) 331-7291

Contact: Helen Booth

LifeSkills South Florida


.Lifeskills South Florida has been providing excellent care in behavioral health since 1991. We offer clients and their families affordable treatment options. We provide Residential and Outpatient treatment services for adults with psychiatric, chemical addiction and trauma based disorders MORE

Website: www.lifeskillssouthflorida.com
Address: 1431 SW 9th Ave, Deerfleld Beach FL 33441
Email:Jerry.Judd@lifeskillssf.com
Phone: 1-800-749-7149 , Fax: (954) 834-5092

Contact: Jerry Judd, Director of Admissions

The Menninger Clinic


Offering specialized treatment programs that have been designed for patients symptoms and diagnoses, level of functioning, age, and individual needs. Located in Houston, Texas, on a 50-acre campus. MORE

Website: www.menningerclinic.com
Address: 12301 Main Street, Houston, TX  77035.
Email: Charles O'Roark@menninger.edu
Phone: (800) 351-9058, Fax: (713) 275-5102

Contact: Charles O'Roark

Merry Meadow Farm


Merry Meadow Farm offers a supportive and nonjudgemental environment to individuals recovering from or coping with a mental illness. MORE
Website: www.merrymeadowfarm.com
Address: 2122 Lower Plain, Bradford, Vermont 05033
Email: schramm@merrymeadowfarm.com
Phone: (802) 222-9394, Fax: (802) 222-5422

Contact: Stephen Schramm

Newman Community Residence
An affordable alternative to long-term care for those mentally ill person seeking a tranquil, stress free environment with kind, gentle, dedicated and supportive staff to help in the recovery process. MORE
Address: 7951 Rt 22, Copake Falls, New York 12517
Email: newmanres@aol.com
Phone: (518) 329-1107, Fax: (518) 329-1764

Contact: Karin Newman

Parents' Foundation for Transitional Living, Inc.
Private supervised residential program adjacent to Yale University, providing community support and reintegration opportunities for adults with mental illness. MORE
Website: www.parentsfoundation.com
Address: 100 Broadway, New Haven, Connecticut 06511
Email: info@parentsfoundation.com
Phone: (203) 776-3236, Fax: (203) 782-9100

Contact: Roseann Pandolfi

Pasadena Villa
Pasadena Villa is a premier residential treatment facility for adults and young adults which utilizes a social integration approach. More
Website: www.pasadenavilla.com
Address: 625 Virginia Drive, Orlando, Florida 32803
Email: info@pasadenavilla.com
Phone: (877) 845-5235, Fax: (407)-329-3300

Contact:Jenny Stokes

Project Transition

Apartment-based communities tailored for adults with challenging, persistent mental illnesses (including coexisting substance abuse). Multiple impact treatment, training, wellness interventions. MORE

Website: www.projecttransition.com
Address: 1 Highland Drive, Chalfont, PA 18914

Email: rcavallaro@projecttransition.com
Phone: (215) 997-9959

Contact: Renee Cavallaro

Rose Hill Center
Psychiatric rehabilitation program on 372 acres offering continuum of care. Daily structured program: work, school, daily living skills. Joint Commission accredited. MORE
Website: www.rosehillcenter.org
Address: 5130 Rose Hill Blvd, Holly, Michigan 48442
Email: jsnyder@rosehillcenter.org
Phone:(866-504-2259, Fax: (248) 634-7754

Contact: Janice Snyder

Skyland Trail

Award-winning program in Atlanta. Residential and day treatment for adults ages 18 and older with bipolar, depression, schizophrenia and anxiety. Expertise in complex diagnoses including substance abuse or personality disorders. Insurance accepted. Financial aid available. 25 years of experience. Private rooms.available.. MORE

Website: www.skylandtrail.org
Address: 1903 North Druid Hills Rd., Atlanta, Georgia 30319
Email:jdudkowski@skylandtrail.org
Phone: toll free (866) 528-9593, (404) 315-8333, Fax (404) 315-0105

Contact: Julie Dudkowski

Spirit of Gheel
Since 1984, individualized residential care in a therapeutic, holistic-living community setting for adults with persistent mental health issues in recovery. MORE
Website: www.spiritofgheel.org
Address: PO Box 610, Kimberton, Pennsylvania 19442
Email: jtalley@spiritofgheel.org
Phone: (610) 495-7871 ext 216, Fax: (610) 495-2871

Contact: Jake Talley

Spring Lake Ranch



Since 1932, we have offered an alternative therapeutic treatment program for adults with mental illness and dual diagnosis.  Our work program and community life help residents grow and recover in the beautiful Green Mountains of Vermont. Our continuum of care includes therapeutic farm, transitional, and apartment living. MORE
Website: www.springlakeranch.org
Address: Cuttingsville, Vermont 05738
Email: springlakeranch@springlakeranch.org
Phone: (802) 492-3322, Fax: (802) 492-3331

Contact: Rachel Stark

Spruce Mountain Inn
Spruce Mountain for twenty-five years has offered a comprehensive treatment program combining independent living skills and treatment at various levels of intensity staffed by professionals. MORE
Website: www.sprucemountaininn.com
Address: Box 153, Plainfield, Vermont 05667
Email: info@sprucemountaininn.com
Phone: (802) 454-8353, Fax: (802) 454-1008

Contact:Candace Beardsley or Grant Leibersberger

TCR

A therapeutic continuum of residential services and accredited clinical programs for adult mental health consumers ages 18 and over.  Open length of stay with an array of residential options and clinical services. MORE

Website: www.TCRespite.com
Address: P.O.Box 1001, Limeport, Pennsylvania 18060
Email: jmuth@TCRespite.com
Phone: (610) 965-9021 ext 237, Fax: (610) 967-0451

Contact: Joan Muth

Angelus House, The Wellspring Foundation, Inc.

Intensive therapeutic programs offered in beautiful residential settings for adults, 18 and over. Wellspring is appropriate for adults with a wide range of mental health diagnosis as well as dually-diagnosed in recovery. JCAHO accredited. MORE
Website: www.wellspring.org
Address: 158 Flanders Rd, Bethlehem, Connecticut 06759
Email: angelus@wellspring.org
Phone: (203) 266-8002, Fax: (203) 266-8086

Contact: David Ferguson or Nancy Thurston

Valeo Community Residence Program


Valeo Community Residence Program is a residential supported living environment for mental health recovery.  Adults with severe and persistent mental illness/dual diagnosis are provided individualized, recovery focused care to achieve their maximum level of independence.  MORE
Website: www.valeocrp.org
Address: 5401 SW 7th Street, Topeka, KS 66606
Email: Hastings@ValeoTopeka.org
Phone: (785) 215-8864 Fax: (785) 354-1068

Contact: Lisa Hastings, Program Manager

WestBridge Community Services


Evidenced based Integrated Dual Disorder Treatment (IDDT) for individuals and their families who are dealing with co-occurring severe mental illness and substance use. WestBridge works closely with the Dartmouth PRC, developer of the IDDT model. MORE

Website: www.westbridge.org
Address: 1361 Elm St, Suite 207, Manchester, New Hampshire 03101
Email: info@westbridge.org
Phone: (603) 634-4446, Fax: (603) 634-4447

Contact: Robin Pinard, Brenda Drake or Mike Hendren

 

Windhorse Integrative Mental Health


Windhorse Integrative Mental Health is an innovative therapeutic community approach to recovery for individuals living with psychiatric distress. Services are individually tailored in close communication with each client and family, and represent a wide range of intensity and structure. MORE

Website: www.WindhorseIMH.org
Address: 211 North St., Northampton, Massachusetts 01060
Email: info@WindhorseIMH.org
Phone: (413) 586-0207 x333, Fax: (413) 585-1521

Contact: Eric Friedland-Kays

Academy Street Community Residence

Academy House is a residential care facility that has been caring for individuals with persistent and chronic mental illnesses since 1970. We are an affordable alternative for people seeking both short and long-term residential care.MORE

Website: http://theacademyhouse.com
Address: 124 Academy St., Poughkeepsie, New York 12601
Email:ben@theacademyhouse.com
Phone: (845) 505-4961, Fax: (845) 625-1512

Contact person: Ben Howard, Director

Appleton Continuing Care Program at McLean Hospital

For recently or persistently ill adults with bipolar disorder, schizophrenia and other disabling psychiatric illnesses. McLean Hospital, located just outside of Boston, MA, is an affiliate of Harvard Medical School.MORE

Website: http://www.appletonprogram.org
Address: 115 Mill Street, Belmont, MA, 02478
Email: SBerman2@Partners.org
Phone: 617-855-3756 or 1-800-333-0338, Fax: 617-855-3878

Contact person: Sharon Berman, LICSW

Austen Riggs

A not-for-profit, longer-term open psychiatric hospital and residential treatment center specializing in psychotherapeutic treatment in a therapeutic community environment. Austen Riggs is known for its respectful work with individuals who have failed to benefit from previous treatments. .MORE

Website:http://www.austenriggs.org/
Address:25 Main Street, Stockbridge, MA 01262
Email: Info@AustenRiggs.net
Phone: 1-800-517-4447

Contact person: Suzanne Dewey

CooperRiis Healing Community


CooperRiis in NC provides individualized, long-term, comprehensive mental health recovery services. Age 18 and above. Two entry points: a healing farm therapeutic community or an urban campus in Asheville that feels like a 'recovery college'. Generous scholarships are available. MORE

Website: www.CooperRiis.org
Address: 101 Healing Farm Lane, Mill Spring, North Carolina 28756
Email: Info@CooperRiis.org
Phone: (800) 957-5155, Fax: (828) 894-7111

Contact person: Marlena Warren

EIKOS Community Services

EIKOS Community Services, in the lovely Chestnut Hill Reservoir area of Boston, has been an innovative therapeutic community serving clients for over 40 years. Our residents are adults with schizophrenia, or schizoaffective or bi-polar disorder, as well as adults with other often hard to place psycho-social profiles seeking individualized support in a Boston-based home-like setting. .  MORE

Website: www.eikos.info
Administrative Address: 78 Englewood Ave., Boston, MA 02135
Email:  BADeck1@gmail.com
Phone: 617-965-0777   Fax: 617-928-1117
Contact: Barbara Deck, Ph.D.,  Executive Director

Forty Seven Main Street, Inc.

Forty Seven Main Street Inc. is a small, private residential program for males only licensed by the State of Vermont.  Since 1969, we have provided quality individualized care, in a small-town Vermont setting.  MORE
Website: www.fortysevenmain.com
Address: P.O.Box 38, (706 Main St), Castleton, Vermont 05735-0038
Email: wleenman@fortysevenmain.com
Phone: (802) 468-5325, Fax: (802) 468-5152

Contact: Willem Leenman

Gateway Homes of Greater Richmond

Gateway Homes, Inc. offers a transitional, residential, treatment program that assists individuals with mental illness to achieve recovery and to live as independently as possible in a community setting. MORE
Website: www.gatewayhomes.org
Address: P.O.Box 11303, Richmond, Virginia 23230
Email: dherr@gatewayhomes.org
Phone: (804) 285-4389, Fax: (804) 285-9254

Contact: Daniel L. Herr JD

Gould Farm

Situated on a beautiful 650 acre working farm, Gould Farm is a therapeutic community where work, clinical supports and nurturing relationships promote recovery for adults 18+ coping with mental illness. MORE
Website: www.gouldfarm.org
Address: 100 Gould Road, PO 157, Monterey, Massachusetts 01245-0157
Email: admissions@gouldfarm.org
Phone: (413) 528-1804, Fax: (413) 645-1022

Contact: Donna Burkhart

The Greystone Program; Friends Hospital

Greystone Program is a long-term residential rehabilitation program designed to meet the special needs of adults suffering from severe and persistent mental illnesses such as schizophrenia and bipolar disorder. MORE

Website: www.Greystoneprogram.org
Address: 4641 Roosevelt Blvd. Philadelphia , PA 19124
Email: kathleen.walker@uhsinc.com
Phone: (215) -831-6369 Fax:( 215) -831-4575

Contact: Kathleen Walker

Hopewell, A Therapeutic Farm Community
The Hopewell resident can work toward a more self-reliant and satisfying life through participation in a 306 acre therapeutic farm community. MORE
Website: www.hopewell.cc
Address: PO Box 193, Mesopotamia, Ohio 44439
Email: RMcLaughlin@hopewell.cc
Phone: (440) 693-4074, Fax: (440) 693-4168

Contact: Rachael McLaughlin

Hundred Acre Homestead

A Vermont licensed healing farm community that provides a unique and intimate setting for a growth enhancing program targeted at individuals who suffer from mental and emotional illnesses, such as schizophrenia and bipolar disorder. MORE

Website: www.hundredacrehomestead.com
Address: 171 Gould Hill Rd., Worcester, VT 05682
Email: meghan@hundredacrehomestead.com
Phone: (802) 225-1327 Fax 802-223-9123

Contact: Meghan Smith

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