The Queen’s Behavioral Health’s Community Transition Program addresses a wide spectrum of functional needs resulting from mental illness, trauma, and substance abuse. We provide services for patients recovering from a mental illness who may also have a secondary substance abuse diagnosis. The goal of this program is to restore and promote an individual’s ability to function in their community roles and daily living activities.
Patients who are able to handle an intensive array of therapy and psycho-educational classes would benefit most from this short-term treatment in order to return to their optimal functioning level. Special emphasis is placed on building a supportive network with community resources, as well as work readiness.
Our services are built on evidence-based practice and recovery. The structure of treatment encompasses a variety of treatment types including: