Our adult services integrate a range of programs promoting recovery and life in the community. MHA-NYC offers a full array of services assisting with employment, housing, education, treatment options, and personal development tailored to meet the specific needs of each participant.
The Harlem Bay Network PROS (Personalized Recovery Oriented Services) is designed for adults 18 and over who are currently diagnosed with a serious mental illness.
Its comprehensive, person-centered recovery approach helps with everything from employment to housing.
|PROS has already provided services to 160 adults, ranging in age from 18-67. Of this group, 28% were homeless at some point during enrollment and 5% are Veterans.|
PROS celebrates its one year anniversary! See a photo slideshow from the anniversary event and a video playlist of original poems, songs, and testimonials from consumers and advisors.
See how PROS helped Della C.:
There are four Components in the PROS program for participants to choose from:
- Community Rehabilitation and Support (CRS)
CRS Services assist consumers in restoring the skills and supports necessary to independent living. They may include job and educational exploration, stress management, and other courses.
- Intensive Rehabilitation (IR)
IR Services assist consumers in attaining specific life goals, such as finding a job, returning to school, obtaining independent housing, overcoming substance abuse, etc.
- Ongoing Rehabilitation and Support (ORS)
These services address the needs of individuals joining (and maintaining a place in) the competitive workforce.
- Clinical Treatment
An optional service in PROS that includes psychiatry and nursing services like medication management and goal focused therapy (counseling, therapy, and medication).
Harlem Bay Network PROS
116 East 124th Street, 3rd Floor, New York, NY 10035
Phone: 212-876-6083 (Intake Coordinator, ext. 1004)
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Located in East Harlem, this successful transitional living program provides a first step on the road back for people who need a supportive structure while they work to achieve a clean and sober lifestyle, psychiatric stability, and independent living. Every year, MHA-NYC helps people break the cycle of homelessness, untreated mental illness, and substance abuse with compassionate treatment and support.
Recovery Works participants work with staff to establish skill-building activities in the areas of:
- Relapse prevention
- Mental health support
- Medication management
- Healthy living
- Employment assistance
- Financial management and budgeting
Additionally, residents are dually enrolled in MHA's Harlem Bay Network PROS program, where they engage in clinical treatment and rehabilitative services to support recovery and empower them to pursue their life goals. Download the Recovery Works referral form.
In FY2012, Recovery Works increased the numbers of chronically homeless served by 13% while, at the same time, moving 67% of our consumers into permanent, stable housing.
MHA-NYC provides permanent supported housing to single adults with serious and persistent mental illness, couples, or parents with one child in scattered-site studios or larger apartments in the Bronx and East Harlem.
Many of the consumers served by these programs have histories of homelessness, multiple psychiatric hospitalizations, substance abuse, and/or are parents whose goal is to reunite with their children.
This year, Supported Housing more than doubled the number of residents employed, enrolled in school, or in an on-the-job training position.
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