Diversion and Acute Stabilization (DAS) is a residential treatment setting where you can go temporarily if you are in a crisis or coming out of the hospital and still need 24-hour care.
Inpatient care is when you stay in the hospital for one or more nights so that you can get the treatment you need for your safety and health.
Outpatient services for mental health are services that you get in an office or clinic in the community, from a psychiatrist, psychologist, nurse, social worker, or other type of therapist.
Peer Support Services are about sharing experiences and moving toward recovery with the help of someone in recovery from their own mental health challenges.
Psychiatric rehabilitation (or psych rehab) helps people 18 years and older to develop skills to live a productive and meaningful life.
Learn how CommonGround helps you make decisions with your doctor about medicine, treatment, and recovery goals.
Find out how Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) can help you with a drinking problem, and find a meeting near you.
Learn more about Narcotics Anonymous (NA) for help with a substance use disorder, and find a meeting near you.
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Medicine, therapy, and services such as psychiatric rehabilitation, housing, employment, and peer supports have made wellness and recovery a reality for people living with mental health conditions.