Residential Treatment Services

We offer two residential treatment centers Penn Center, in Delhi and Chatham Oaks in Iowa City. Both are licensed by the Iowa Department of Inspections & Appeals.


These facilities provide short and long-term residential treatment services for adults with mental health and medical conditions, intellectual disabilities and elderly who require 24-hour treatment and supervision.
Our programs help individuals gain the necessary skills to return to live in the community of their choice.

Services include:

  • Psychiatric services include on-site psychiatrist and 24-hour on call consultation
  • Medical services include nursing, on-site (Penn Center), off site (Chatham Oaks) medical physician, podiatrist, physical and occupational therapy
  • Social services and nursing services
  • Skill attainment and community integration activities

PENN CENTER COMMUNITY-BASED SERVICES

Daily Home-Based Habilitation Services are provided to individuals with a primary mental health diagnosis.

Housing is provided and facilitates a supportive environment for individuals to fully integrate into the community. Services can be supported up to 24 hours based on individual needs. Services are offered in Delaware, Linn, Jones, Benton and Johnson Counties.

 
Hourly Home-Based Habilitation Services are provided to individuals in their own homes/apartments. This model of service is permanent, supported housing with emphasis placed on empowering individuals to take charge of their own recovery by learning the skills to manage their illness, live independently and develop natural supports.

Both daily and home-based habilitation provide services and life skill development opportunities including:
  • Coping skills/symptom management
  • Illness education
  • Medication education
  • Community integration
  • Daily living skills management
  • Supporting individuals in their recovery process
Home and Community-Based Services (HCBS) to individuals with intellectual disability or brain injury are offered both hourly and daily depending upon need. These services offer skill building, support and supervision to individuals to assist them in living and working in the community of their choice. Services are offered in Delaware, Linn, Jones and Benton Counties.

Community-based services offices are located in: Manchester and Cedar Rapids.

Day Habilitation

activities and environments are designed to foster the acquisition of skills, appropriate behavior, greater independence and personal choice. Services assist the individual to attain or maintain the client’s highest functional level. Services are offered in Manchester and Iowa City.

Services and life skill development opportunities include:
  • Improved intellectual functioning
  • Physical and emotional health and development
  • Illness management and recovery focus
  • Community involvement/integration
Crisis Stabilization provides therapeutic support services in a 24-hour community-based program. On-site staff provide opportunities that include crisis counseling, medication management and housing for a short term stay (3-5 days). Services located in Cedar Rapids.

Services include:
  • Two crisis stabilization beds with one-on-one staff
  • Crisis counseling and case management
  • Medication management
  • Skills review and skill-building discussions
  • Scheduling appointments and transportation 
  • Referrals for housing, services and necessary resources
  • On-site nursing as needed
  • Mental health counseling offered daily to provide recommendations and coordinate services with team

CHATHAM OAKS COMMUNITY-BASED SERVICES

Daily Home-Based Habilitation Services are provided to individuals with a primary mental health diagnosis. Housing is provided and facilitates a supportive environment for individuals to fully integrate into the community. Services can be supported up to 24 hours based on individual needs. Services are offered in Johnson County.


Hourly Home-Based Habilitation Services are provided  to individuals in their own homes/apartments. This model  of service is permanent supported housing and special emphasis is placed on empowering individuals to take charge of their own recovery by learning skills to manage their illnesses, live independently and develop natural supports.

Services and life skill development opportunities include:

  • Coping skills/symptom management
  • Illness and medication education
  • Community integration
  • Daily living skills management