Rehabilitative Services

At LifeStream we believe in recovery and the potential of all people to embrace life, contribute to their communities and enjoy family and friends. Our rehabilitative services enable individuals to realize this vision for themselves by working to reduce symptoms and functional limitations and barriers related to mental illness and to learn illness management, self-reliance and recovery skills

Case Management (Adult)

Adult case management provides services to adults age 18 years and older with a diagnosis of a major mental illness, substance use disorder or co-occurring disorders. These adults need a wide range of services, especially if they lack a natural support system to assist them in their recovery. Services are coordinated and delivered in a manner that supports each individual’s personal growth and maintains their stability in the community. Staff can help consumers with establishing linkages with community agencies and services, providing education to families and significant others about mental illness and coping strategies, getting primary medical care at LifeStream’s WIN Primary Care Clinic, and overall reducing the need for future psychiatric hospitalization.

Adult Case Management

Case Management (Child)

Child case management provides services to children up to the age of 18 with a diagnosis of serious emotional behavior disturbances or severe mental illness who are experiencing significant problems in their home and/or school environments. Case managers serve as coordinators for children and their families who are in need of services from many community agencies. The team links families to community resources, such as counseling, psychiatric and medical services, and advocates for the family when needed. They provide services in the home, school, and community while monitoring the child’s behavior.

Achievement, Independence & Mastery Services

Achievement, Independence & Mastery Services (AIMS) – is designed to improve the quality of life for severely mentally ill persons over the age of 18. We offer recovery-oriented services to assist individuals on their road to recovery. Consumers learn skills needed for independent living, such as medication management, pre-employment, health maintenance, social skills and use of community resources. Services address each consumer’s strengths, needs, abilities and preferences in recovery planning. Our focus is on services that provide skills and support for each member to live, learn and work successfully in the environment of his or her choice.