Community Residential Rehabilitation (CRR) / group home
The Full Care CRR site offers supervision and support to consumers on a twenty-four hour basis, and is intended to address the need for intense psychosocial skills training within a structured residential setting. Staff assists the consumers by monitoring medications, assisting with daily living and interpersonal skills development, and generally aiding consumers in making the often-difficult transition of community living.
TrueNorth Wellness Services provides 17 apartments. The adults live independently but have access to an on- site support staff 24/7. The support staff assist with teaching traditional activities of daily living such as household maintenance, money management, medication management, health management, nutrition and cooking skill development, etc. Community integration skills are also developed such as accessing transportation, employment, grocery stores, pharmacy, etc.
New Visions, Inc. also provides residential supported living apartments in Chambersburg and Waynesboro area.
Specialized Community Residence (SCR)
The Keystone Specialized Community Residence is an eight (8) bed facility for adults with serious and persistent mental illness. Per their state issued license, this program operates under personal care home regulations. An LPN is part of the staff complement and is on site during the day shift.
Additionally, the residential program staff is trained to work with this segment of the population. These two components allow it to be referred to as a specialized residence. The presence of the LPN on staff allows this program to admit individuals with psychiatric and physical/medical conditions which would not be appropriate for facilities without representation by this discipline on staff. Each resident has their own bedroom and share various common areas within this facility.
Long-Term Structured Residence (LTSR)
Through a contractual agreement with Dauphin County MH/ID for bed availability for up to two persons at a time in this sixteen (16) bed locked facility, residents of Franklin/Fulton County are provided with long-term residential services. Residents of this facility are involuntarily committed and may live in this program for as long as is determined to be appropriate by the treatment team.
Individuals who are considered to be appropriate for this program include: persons being discharged from long-term inpatient psychiatric treatment (either Danville State Hospital or Holy Spirit Hospital's Extended Acute Care program) and individuals who are at risk for commitment to either of these long-term inpatient facilities.
Residents of this facility receive Resource Coordination case management service provision through Service Access and Management (SAM). This program serves residents of Cumberland/Perry, Dauphin and Franklin/Fulton Counties.