Structured group homes are specifically designed to provide support, hands-on guidance, harm reduction, and assistance with daily living skills.
Mesa House is designed to support individuals whose mental illness has so dramatically impacted their lives that they are unable to live on their own. This program provides permanent supportive housing.
Gray House provides permanent supportive housing in a home-like setting for individuals who are unable to live on their own.
Jolly House provides permanent supportive housing in a home-like setting for individuals who are unable to live on their own.
Independent Living Services are for individuals who can live independently. The level of support each consumer receives is dependent upon their needs. These programs can accommodate single or married adults with or without children.
Psychosocial Rehabilitation is available to all consumers and is designed to enhance life management and interpersonal skills, teach symptom and anger management, and foster increased socialization.
Comprehensive Community Support services are provided by a client advocate who coordinates and identifies support services in the community, encouraging and supporting the consumer to participate in the community and build their own support systems.
Medication oversight, crisis intervention, counseling, and family education are all additional services that consumers may access if needed.
Title VI Notice to the Public: The New Mexico Department of Transportation operates its programs and services without regard to race, color, and national origin in accordance with Title VI of the Civil Rights Act. Any person who believes she or he has been aggrieved by any unlawful discriminatory practice under Title VI may file a complaint with The New Mexico Department of Transportation Title VI Coordinator at PO Box 1149, Santa Fe, NM 87504-1149 or (505) 629-9890.