Most residential clients living at South and Rollins come to the Charles B. West campus from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. each weekday for psychiatric services and therapy sessions.
The exception is clients ages 18 to 25 experiencing psychosis - young adults with schizophrenia, schizoaffective disorder, or a mood disorder with psychotic features. These clients are part of our Cognition and First Episode recovery community. Most treatment activities for these clients utilize the unique indoor and outdoor treatment spaces at the Rollins Campus.
While multiple groups are offered each hour, counselors work with each client to develop an individualized schedule based on the client's diagnoses, as well as identified opportunities for growth and skill building.
Some groups help clients establish foundational skills or healthy living routines. The clients who participate in these groups are a mix of ages, genders, and diagnoses. Other groups are more specialized and focus on topics specific to smaller groups of clients who have similar challenges. These groups are often process or support groups and include, men's group, women's group, loss and grief, dual recovery anonymous, LGBTQ support group, healthy relationships in middle to late adulthood, and healthy relationships in young adulthood.
Example residential treatment program schedule