Community Connections
Clinical Programs for Adults
Since its inception in 1984, Community Connections has created a comprehensive range of supportive services and treatment designed to help consumers meet their personal goals of recovery.  Our programs are for adults in need of mental health services and those with co-occurring substance abuse treatment needs.  Most consumers come with histories of violence and victimization, incarceration, homelessness, and/or major medical concerns.  Our relationship-based services are provided both in office-based and community environments, including homes.  Frequency and duration of service provision is based on clinical need.
Our comprehensive range of services and treatment includes: Clinical teams are organized by specialty, such as:
Initial assessment of mental health & residential needs
Community support services
Psychiatric clinic
Family support
Day Program
Twenty-four hour on-call and crisis services
Trauma Recovery
Dual Diagnosis
ACT Program (Assertive Community Treatment)
Intentional Recovery Community
Supported Employment                   
See Research and Grant Funded Initiatives for further description of specialty services.
See Employment for current opportunities to join the staff at Community Connections.