We welcome the opportunity to find the right match between an individual’s needs and available supports – whether those supports are provided by CR or by reference to another qualified providers.
Arlington ArtWorks, CR’s therapeutic art program, provides a structured setting offering individuals with mental illness the opportunity to learn new skills and explore their creative talents through various art media. More Info
CARE – Crisis Stabilization
CARE is a place where those who are experiencing a psychiatric crisis can heal in a safe environment that is welcoming, comforting and accepting. More Info
Skills Building Service
Flexible and responsive, focusing on individual skills building services. Staff meet individuals at home or in another community setting, providing skills building services toward the development of skills necessary for managing daily life and maintaining ongoing mental health recovery. More Info
CR operates several mental health residential programs in Arlington that are open only to County residents. The programs span a continuum of housing options from the least restrictive transitional residential settings to assisted living facilities for individuals with mental health diagnoses and who require more intensive assistance. Our philosophy is to provide a normalizing, home-like environment where we assist individuals in learning skills that promote community tenure and integration, better health management and opportunities to fully engage in their own recovery process. Varying levels of care are provided depending upon the intensity of need and include supportive services, coordination of medical needs, therapeutic services and assistance with daily structure. Referrals to any of CR’s Arlington mental health residential programs must be made through an Arlington County Behavioral Healthcare Case Manager.
GetOnTrack provides early intervention through a coordinated specialty care team aimed at identifying and treating adolescents and young adults (ages 16-25), who may be experiencing early signs of psychosis. More Info
I believe the best care comes from love and empathy rather than duty and sympathy.
– Recreation aide, Oak Street program