JIMHO Project Stay
The goal of Project STAY is to coordinate a community-based supportive network for individuals suffering from severe emotional problems and or severe mental health problems in order to prevent hospitalization or re-hospitalization and to teach coping skills and life maintenance skills necessary for individuals to adjust or re-adjust to independent life in the community after hospitalization.
JIMHO Project STAY offers the following services to qualified individuals: Assistance with filling out various applications, Peer-support offered by Certified Peer Support Specialists, referrals, emergency transportation pertaining to one's mental health, advocacy, a listening ear, attending meetings with people and their caseworkers, and whatever else may be necessary to help keep people out of the hospital and remain within the community.
Project Objectives for a Project STAY include:
JIMHO Project DOORS can assist with the development of a Project STAY program. If you are interested in the development of a Project STAY program, please contact us at the given number below.