Adult Rehabilitative Mental Health Specialists (ARMHS)
Adult Rehabilitative Mental Health Services (ARMHS) are mental health services which are rehabilitative and enable the recipient to develop and enhance life skills affected by mental illness symptoms. ARMHS staff can teach/demonstrate/role model/practice these life skills that help address barriers to one’s mental illness recovery in a number of areas, including: Coping with Mental Health Symptoms, Self Care/independent living skills, Accessing Mental Health Services, addressing Physical/Dental health needs, Use of drugs/alcohol, Financial maintenance, Vocational/Educational functioning, Housing (learning to obtain/maintain), Social functioning, Interpersonal functioning, and Learning to access/maintain Transportation.
ARMHS services can occur in one to one meetings or in a group setting to address skill development. ARMHS sessions can occur in the recipient home, in the community or at the office.
If you are interested in learning more about these services and how to qualify, please contact: