Walk-In, Emergency & Ongoing Services
Children and Adults:
Weekday Walk-in Assessment Services: Monday-Friday 9:00 a.m. until 2:00 p.m. at our 127 Johnny Cake Hill Road site. Call 401-846-1213. No appointments or referrals necessary.
Individual and family therapy: Our psychiatrists, therapists, certified peer recovery specialists and other staff members use a variety of psychological approaches to mental health, including cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), dialectical behavioral therapy (DBT), along with other recovery-oriented, holistic models.
- bipolar disorder
- alcohol and substance use treatment and much more available
Services for adults with serious mental illness:
Our comprehensive array of services and supports are a launching pad to recovery and independence. Our clients will find the hopeful encouragement, education and treatment to self-direct their behavioral and healthcare needs and find their individualized pathway to recovery and health.
Our Integrated Health Homes (IHH) Program is a team-based service that provides "Whole Person" approaches to healthcare that assist the client in accessing the medical, behavioral health and substance use providers, as well as other medical specialists, in a timely and coordinated manner. IHH provides comprehensive care management, care coordination and health promotion, transitional care from inpatient care back to the community, individualized and family support, referrals to community and social support services and the use of health information technology to link services.
Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) Program is a mental health program made up of multidisciplinary staff who work as a team to provide the psychiatric treatment, rehabilitation and support services that clients need to achieve their goals. Staff include: Psychiatrists/Advance Practice RN's, Licensed Clinicians, RN's, Vocational Specialists, Peer Specialist, Case Managers, Substance Use Specialists and Therapists.
The ACT Team is mobile and delivers services in community locations, in the office and client homes with a focus on achieving psychiatric and medical stability, enabling the client to find and maintain their own residence, to find and maintain work in community jobs, to better manage symptoms, to utilize natural and community supports, to achieve individual goals and maintain hope, optimism and recovery.
Integrated Supportive Employment Services use an evidence-based individual placement services approach to assist our clients in obtaining competitive employment. Over 77 of our Community Support Services clients are supported in competitive jobs in the community each month. We believe that all of our clients can work and participate in meaningful and fulfilling activities of their choosing.
Our Safe and Affordable Supportive Housing offers adults with psychiatric, substance use and co-occurring behavioral health disabilities with just the right balance of independence and assistance for their individual stage of recovery. The Anita Jackson House group home provides supervised residential services to 14 adult residents with more serious mental health support needs. Our other residences in Newport and Middletown offer different levels of supervision and support, combined with our wide array of services and referrals.
IDDT: Integrated Dual Disorder Treatment use evidence-based practices designed to treat individuals with both psychiatric and substance use problems. Extensive research has determined that the more IDDT is followed with fidelity, the greater the reduction in substance use and psychiatric symptoms.
We work closely with Newport Hospital in an on-call arrangement to provide emergency assessment and crisis stabilization for acutely at-risk patients in their emergency room experiencing a mental health crisis. We also work closely with police and fire departments and others in the community helping people in psychiatric crisis. In addition, we work with law enforcement and the courts to help offenders needing treatment to obtain such treatment, which has been shown to reduce recidivism.