Community Support Programs (CSP) are for adults living with a Serious and Persistent Mental Illness. CSP provides coordinated professional care and treatment in the community that includes a broad range of services to meet the individual’s unique personal needs, reduce symptoms, and promote recovery.
Community Support Programs (CSP) is designed to be capable of providing services that can be tailored to the individual’s needs at any given time, ranging from minimal to intensive.
Some of the areas CSP workers focus on with individuals are:
- Budgeting/Financial Management
- Household Management Skills
- Finding/Keeping Housing
- Teaching Social Skills
- Utilizing Community Resources
- Nutritional Skills
- Developing Recreation/Leisure Time Resources
- Improving Mental Health Symptoms
- Medication Support and Education
- Benefits Assistance
Who is eligible for CSP?
To be eligible, individuals must be age 18 or older, diagnosed with a Serious and Persistent Mental Illness (SPMI), and impose a disability in daily living.
Referrals: Individuals may be self-refer, or be referred by a social worker, physician, psychiatrist, therapist, clergy person, and by family or court services.
Currently Serving: Chisago, Mille Lacs, and Pine County