Transitional Living, Inc.
Services
 
Focuses on identification and engagement of individuals who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless and may have severe and persistent mental health needs. PATH is active in the community outreach to Police, Shelters, Soup Kitchens, and places where individuals who are homeless might be.  The goal of PATH is to engage individuals into appropriate treatment and resources. PATH team members also coordinate and participate in workshops and trainings geared toward community education about homelessness and mental health.

 
COMMUNITY PSYCHIATRIC SUPPORT TREATMENT PROGRAM (Case Management) 
The Community Psychiatric Support Treatment program (CPST) provides an array of services to address the mental health needs of individuals who have been diagnosed with severe behavioral health disorders. This program is designed to enhance the individual’s ability to succeed in the community, to identify and access needed services and to show improvement in work, family, community integration and to work towards recovery. 

The CPST program also offers three municipal mental health courts and outreach programs in Area Courts:
TREATMENT ALTERNATIVE COURT (TAC)

Provides intensive support services through the judicial system for individuals diagnosed with a severe and persistent mental illness who have been charged with a misdemeanor crime in the City of Fairfield.

HAMILTON MUNICIPAL COURT MENTAL HEALTH COURT (HMC MHC)

Provides intensive support services through the judicial system for individuals diagnosed with a severe and persistent mental illness who have been charged with a misdemeanor crime in the City of Hamilton.

MIDDLETOWN MUNICIPAL COURT MENTAL HEALTH COURT (MMC MHC)

Provides intensive support services through the judicial system for individuals diagnosed with a severe and persistent mental illness who have been charged with a misdemeanor crime in the City of Hamilton. 

OUTREACH:

Area I

Area II

Area III
 
 

Group
We believe that individuals benefit greatly from group interactions, which promote constructive and supportive feedback, and encourage healthy coping styles. Various types of groups are offered to meet the treatment needs of the individuals being served.  
 

Individual
This program provides individual counseling psychotherapy for persons with mental illness, in a manner that meets his/her particular treatment needs. The person will be assisted in identifying treatment goals, and in progressing towards the fulfillment of these needs, in a manner likely to be most beneficial.

 

PSYCHIATRIC SERVICES
 

Persons are seen on an individual basis to assess effectiveness of medication, mental status, and current behavior. Nurses, counselors, residential staff members and community support program workers continuously to monitor behavior and provide information to the treating psychiatrist about daily functioning.


RESIDENTIAL CARE


Treatment and Assessment Program (TAP)
The TAP program provides interim treatment for persons with the goal of discharge to community housing after achieving their highest level of functioning. The 25 bed facility is designed for adults in Butler County with a severe mental illness who are in need of continued treatment before being able to live independently in the community. Priority is given to persons who are being released from the Summit Behavioral Health Center www.mh.state.oh.us/ibhs/bhos/sbh.html or local hospital psychiatric units.
 
Pinecrest Group Home
This group home provides long-term residential placement for persons with severe behavioral health disorders as defined by the Butler County Mental Health Board. The facility provides an environment in which persons live and receive services from staff who are trained to work with persons with behavioral health disorders.