Adult Residential Programs – Morris County

Supportive Housing

SUPPORTIVE HOUSING at CHAMP

Supportive Housing at CHAMP (Care and Hope at Morris Plains) is an expansion of CBHCare’s successful CHAMP program, which is a residential community of group homes serving individuals with mental illness. Located in Morris County, near Greystone Park Psychiatric Hospital, Supportive Housing at CHAMP offers safe and supported independent living for mentally ill consumers who are able to return to the community.

Details

  • Three residences with five individuals per home
  • Behavioral health staff on-site daily for up to 12 hours
  • On-call support during after hours
  • Comprehensive, individualized treatment approach includes:
    • Psychiatric care
    • On-site primary and nursing care
    • Co-occuring disorders
    • Nutritional consultation
    • Case management
    • Medication monitoring
  • Additional services available:
    • Benefits assistance
    • Transportation to appointments
    • Social and recreational activities

Referrals

Individuals may be referred by state, county or acute care hospitals (STCF’s), ICMS programs or other community providers.