Assertive Community Outreach and Support - The Assertive Community Outreach and Support (ACOS) program provides outreach and care coordination services to individuals with mental and behavioral health disorders in the community setting to promote recovery and resiliency. Examples of services include assistance with activities of daily living, assistance accessing community resources, education, and transportation.
Adult Consumer Care - Provides for client-specific needs required by adults with serious mental illness to achieve, maintain, or improve his/her community living status when these needs cannot be met through other sources.
Drop In Centers - A client-controlled and operated resource/activities center, which provides social support for individuals with mental illness.
CTC, Inc.- 4019 Parliament Drive Alexandria, LA 71303
Common Ground- 2201 Melrose St. Pineville, LA 71360
New Beginnings- 111 Fritz St. Jonesville, LA 71343
Child Consumer Care Resource Program
- Provide for some of the unmet needs of children and youth with mental and behavioral health issues and their families to improve functioning in families, communities, and schools through financial assistance.
- Provides volunteer opportunities to individuals with a verifiable mental illness to work within The Clothes Closet with a Food Pantry service. The Clothes Closet with a Food Pantry service is operated as a site for distribution of emergency subsidiary food, in addition to donated items (i.e., household goods and clothing). Volunteer opportunities will be allowed at The Clothes Closet with a Food Pantry service, enabling volunteers to gain job skills and professional references.
- The Community Education program provides an education workshop for the Central Louisiana community-at-large and professionals.
- The Employment Development program allows individuals to work with an Employment Development Specialist who educates program participants about job opportunities, provides vocational rehabilitation support services, assists with on-the-job training, and helps individual to access employment.
Peer Advocate Liaisons First Program (PALs First)
- PALs First fosters empowerment while providing leadership development and paid employment experiences for individuals with mental health disorders or family members of those with mental health disorders. In addition, PALs First provides First Episode Psychosis (FEP) support to individuals to help ameliorate the experience and navigate the challenges by providing individuals the opportunity to connect with someone with lived experience in mental health and recovery.
- Gift Shop provides training opportunities to at least two adults with a verifiable mental illness. The Gift Shop is operated to provide individuals with opportunities to learn job skills, accomplish personal goals, experience meaningful activity, gain retail work experience, and understand how retail businesses are run.