CRC is a private not-for-profit corporation serving residents of Marion, Clinton, and Fayette Counties. It is governed by a nine member board of directors. Funding for services is provided in part by the Department of Human Services, Divisions of Alcoholism & Substance Abuse, Mental Health, and Family & Community Services.
Mission Statement: To provide quality recovery oriented behavioral healthcare treatment, prevention, and educational services for the communities of our catchment area.
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Community Support Services-
community based services designed to foster independent living and optimal functioning for individuals recovering from mental illness.
efforts work to reduce substance abuse problems and to enhance positive youth, family, and community development.
a two session (4 hour) educational program for divorcing parents. The purpose is to provide education about the effects of divorce upon children and to provide suggestions to parents on how they may handle situations between them for the benefit of their children.
Systematic Training for Effective Parenting (STEP)-
an educational program for parents who are interested in learning additional parenting skills. Videos and group discussion are utilized to make the classes interesting and informative.
Our staff members provide consultation to numerous agencies and organizations including: school systems, long-term care facilities, law enforcement agencies, the courts, social service agencies and others.
Case Coordination is navigating and integrating the efforts of primary care, specialty health care, and social services to support the client's health, wellness, and independence.