The Pilsen Inn Residential Services, funded by the Illinois Department of Human Services, Division of Mental Health, provides a 26-bed, 24-hour supervised residential setting for homeless persons diagnosed with a mental illness.
Rehabilitation services focus on increasing program participants’ daily living skills, promoting independence, and sharing relevant knowledge and information related to their specific mental illness (i.e. importance of a medication regimen, adverse effects of discontinuing medications, signs and symptoms, etc.)
Program services include: Crisis intervention; Medication management; Independent living skills training; and case management and referrals for counseling services.
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