Adult Community Psychiatric Rehabilitation Services
Adult Community Psychiatric Rehabilitation Services (CPR) focus on the complex needs of individuals with serious and persistent mental illnesses. Community Support Specialists working under the direction of a Qualified Mental Health Professionals provide specialized services to address mental health needs like poverty, connections to local treatment providers, and resources to stabilize the individual. We use a multi-disciplinary team approach that provides care and treatment in a community based setting. Clients will experience evidence based practices and tools such as motivational interviewing, illness management and recovery, wellness coaching, myStrength.com access and Zero Suicide techniques.
Clients enrolled will have access to:
Participants in the program must meet Medicaid eligibility requirements. Program eligibility is determined through our evaluation process. Most clients receive or qualify for disability income, as well as Medicaid and/or Medicare.
The CPR program is designed to meet with participants in their home to assist with the attainment of daily living goals. Our staff work with clients to practice skills the individual needs to meet goals for productivity, independent living and community integration. Our case-managers link to resources and advocate for the client while bridging the complex mental and physical healthcare needs that may arise.
Enrollees must meet qualifications for the Adult Community Psychiatric Rehabilitation (CPR) program. Admission to the program happens after an evaluation in one of our Walk-in Clinics. Please call for more information or click here to locate a Walk-in Clinic near you.
Southwest Missouri - 417-761-5662
Central Missouri - 573-777-7500, or contact your local county clinic
If you or a loved one is experiencing a mental health or substance-use crisis, please call our toll-free 24-hour telephone line. Our team can help provide immediate assistance.
Southwest Missouri: 1-800-494-7355
Central Missouri: 1-800-395-2132
National Help Line: Call or Text 988