In conjunction with Recovery Support Services, Chartiers’ Residential Programs combine agency and community resources to help consumers achieve the highest possible level of functioning. Consumers have a range of choices, from supervised living to independent housing, with staff support to match each level of function. Chartiers’ newest program, the Hestia Program, is for the chronically homeless with behavioral health needs. Service Coordinators assist consumers in their transition, providing linkage and referrals as needed.
Long Term Structured Residence (LTSR)
The LTSR is a 16 bed residence for senior consumers with a chronic behavioral health diagnosis. On site treatment and services are provided by aides, therapists, nurses and psychiatrist. Consumers enjoy a range of activities from scheduled community outings and events to in-house social activities.
Community Residential Rehabilitation Program (CRR)
The CRR is a residential program providing supervised living in a garden apartment setting for adults with a behavioral health diagnosis. Staff is available, on site, 24/7 to assist with daily living skills. The goal of this program is for consumers to move from supervised living to independent housing.(Pictured left) Volunteers from Bayer Corporation painted the CRR office. Soon the new carpet will arrive and the office will be ready to use as a Drop-In Center for the consumers residing at the complex.
Hestia is a HUD funded program for the chronically homeless with behavioral health needs. Consumers in this program are closely supported by the Service Coordinators, who have a strong knowledge of the homeless provider network in Allegheny County, to assist them in the transition from homelessness to independent, permanent housing.
For more information on any of Chartiers services, or questions on how to access services, call Chartiers Center (412) 221-3302