The 30 member facilities of the American Residential Treatment Association are dedicated to providing extraordinary care to adults with mental illness. The 30 members listed on the following pages have been accepted for membership by ARTA. Some organizations have multiple locations, including locations in multiple states. Organizations with multiple sites will list this on their member listing page and refer you to their website for more information. ARTA member facilities offer residential mental health treatment for a variety of psychiatric conditions, including, but not limited to:. Residential treatment settings range from urban apartments to farm-based group homes.
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New Horizons Un-Limited is not affiliated with, nor do we endorse the following residential programs. Please evaluate each program thoroughly. For more information, call their National Central Office at or e-mail them at info dungarvin. AL Glenwood Autism and Behavioral Health Center provides treatment and education services in a least restrictive setting, through a continuum of care, with the highest respect for individuals and families served. Glenwood leads the state in providing behavioral health care and educational services that are responsive and complimentary to a continuum of care for persons with autism disorders. Glenwood boasts the only service of its kind in Alabama to serve adults with autism.
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Advocates was founded on the belief that in order to thrive, all people need a place in the community to call home. Today, we continue to create and provide opportunities for adults with a wide range of needs to lead fulfilling and interdependent lives in their communities. Programs for adults with mental health needs who are deaf or hard-of-hearing are staffed and supervised by deaf professionals and clinicians. Our Deaf Services programs prioritize access to communication and honor Deaf culture. Advocates' residential options for adults with disabilities have expanded tremendously over the years.
The Residential Living Center is a group home setting for adults with mental illness such as schizophrenia, schizoaffective disorder, bipolar disorder, depression and anxiety disorder. For most new residents the primary focus is the individual's psychiatric stability. Intensive support services in the Residential Living Center help residents focus on stabilization and recovery. Many residents from the Residential Living Center transition on to the next level of independent living in our Supervised Apartment Program.