Since 1982, Hiawatha Hall has provided services that prepare residents to move into independent living. Individuals 18 years and older with a mental illness or with substance abuse challenges engage in activities that encourage the growth of skills necessary for healthy, self-sufficient lives. Participants learn vital life skills and techniques for coping with their own unique challenges with the help of group therapy, social skills training, medication monitoring, vocational services, social & recreational activities, and aftercare planning. With the use of the integrated dual diagnosis treatment, illness management and recovery practices, participants are able to enjoy healthy, happy lives.
- Features a Staffed Residential Facility, including on-site nursing 24 hours a week and psychiatry consults.
- Coordination with Psychiatric and other medical professionals
- Incorporates individual treatment planning
- The average participant’s stay is 90 days