CHAPS' program provides services to approximately 600 individuals per year. Available programs include a Drop-In-Center, a Clubhouse, Representative Payee Services, Housing Services, Warmline, Community Education and Outreach, Certified Peer Specialist and Mobile Psychiatric Rehabilitation. Program descriptions, as well as service hours, can be found below. If you are interested in referring yourself or someone you know to our services, please click the referral form section below.
Office and Journey Center Hours:
Monday - Friday: 8:00am - 5:00pm
Saturday & Sunday: Closed
Drop In Center Hours:
Monday - Sunday: 8:00am - 8:00pm
Holidays: 8:00am - 6:00pm
If you are interested in referring yourself or someone you know to our services, please click the blue words "Referral Form" above.
A safe environment for mental health members to drop in 365 days a year for socialization, peer support, and empowerment.
Based on an international clubhouse model, the Journey Center is a place where staff and consumers work side-by-side on projects and jobs to complete "the work-ordered day" in a collaborative effort to lead happy, healthy lives.
MPR is a program that assists consumers in accessing out-of-office resources and building skills needed to maintain good mental and physical health and to become as independent as possible.
A one-on-one model of support and non-traditional therapy that assists consumers reach recovery by building on strengths and skills.
At CHAPS, we serve individuals experiencing homelessness in Crawford County to assist them in finding permanent housing. We also manage a number of housing programs including Fairweather Lodge Housing, Housing Now, Emergency Solutions Program, and Shelter Plus Care among others.
Based upon individual need, our staff assists clients in managing and budgeting money in a responsible way.
A non-emergency, confidential peer support line for mental health consumers and family members.