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Women’s and Children’s Programs

A Full Continuum of Programs for Women, Children & Families

Center for Hope began serving the community in January, 2005 to support women who found themselves homeless, pregnant and in need of long-term integrated behavioral health, housing and medical services. Since that time, more than 200 healthy, babies have been born to women residing on our campus.

Our Mission

Center for Hope builds sustainable recovery and strong families capable of thriving in their personal lives and communities.

CPEC

The CBI CPEC is formerly the East Valley Access Point/ Transition Point located at 358 E. Javelina in Mesa, AZ. The CBI CPEC is open 24/7 and is part of the crisis system safety net for Maricopa County and maintains a ‘no wrong door’ philosophy. The CPEC has RN’s on staff 24/7. If the CPEC is unable to meet an individual’s needs, the CPEC staff will coordinate care and transfer the individual to the most appropriate agency to provide the necessary care. Only the CPEC facility will provide emergency admissions for involuntary evaluation. The Prepetition screening, COE, and COT through CBI are only available at CPEC in the East Valley. In addition to crisis services, the CBI CPEC will continue offering physical and behavioral health outpatient services.

CBI Integrated Health Practice

  • CBI will be able to provide integrated medical/physical and behavioral health services.
  • Integrated health care is taking into account a person’s physical health needs, as well as their behavioral health and mental health needs. It is thought of as a one stop shop.
  • The Patient Centered Health Home will be able to provide care, and determine if ongoing community resources are needed, and/or if CBI can treat in house. It is a more holistic way, patient centered way of looking to provide services for someone.
  • Supportive Services

    Utilizing “housing first” and “harm reduction” philosophies, we believe in helping individuals achieve desired goals around daily living activities and access to community based support networks. Philosophically, we believe in celebrating client-driven success. The Certified Peer Support Navigators understand the challenges associated with maintaining housing while struggling with mental health/substance abuse/comorbid issues. Navigators envelop the peer values of instillation of hope, resiliency, universality, and resource building.

    QUESTIONS | INQUIRIES | REFERRALS

    CONTACT:
    John Willard
    Permanent Supportive Housing Supervisor
    Phone: (480) 352-1676
    jwillard@cbridges.com

    PATH

    PATH provides services to people with serious mental illness, including those with co-occurring substance use disorders, who are experiencing homelessness or at imminent risk of becoming homeless.

    PATH provides services to people with serious mental illness, including those with co-occurring substance use disorders, who are experiencing homelessness or at imminent risk of becoming homeless.

    • Outreach services
    • Screening and diagnostic treatment services
    • Habilitation and rehabilitation services
    • Alcohol or drug treatment services
    • Staff training, including the training of individuals who work in shelters, mental health clinics, substance abuse programs, and other sites where individuals who are homeless require services
    • Case management services
    • Supportive and supervisory services in residential settings
    • Referrals for primary health services, job training, educational services, and relevant housing services
    • Assistance with identifying and securing appropriate housing

    Unscript

    The growth in the use of prescribed pain relievers has resulted in a widespread epidemic of prescription drug misuse and addiction among people of all ages, which now pose an even larger addiction problem than their illegal counterparts.

    CBI offers a comprehensive approach to addiction recognizing that addiction is a primary disease and that all substances and behaviors associated with addiction are addressed in treatment. Simply put…we not only focus on an addiction to prescription medications, we look at all other factors impacting your life and your recovery.

    Unscript™ – A non-invasive integrated system of education and physician monitored medical protocols specifically designed to treat unintentional physical dependence on prescription pain medication.

    Unscript™ – No ‘blaming, shaming, guilting” or psychotherapy. Patients are treated as men and women who, while addressing a legitimate medical condition, became unintentionally dependent on increasing doses of prescription pain medication.

    Unscript -Scottsdale

    The growth in the use of prescribed pain relievers has resulted in a widespread epidemic of prescription drug misuse and addiction among people of all ages, which now pose an even larger addiction problem than their illegal counterparts.

    CBI offers a comprehensive approach to addiction recognizing that addiction is a primary disease and that all substances and behaviors associated with addiction are addressed in treatment. Simply put…we not only focus on an addiction to prescription medications, we look at all other factors impacting your life and your recovery.

    Unscript™ – A non-invasive integrated system of education and physician monitored medical protocols specifically designed to treat unintentional physical dependence on prescription pain medication.

    Unscript™ – No ‘blaming, shaming, guilting” or psychotherapy. Patients are treated as men and women who, while addressing a legitimate medical condition, became unintentionally dependent on increasing doses of prescription pain medication.

    Prevention, Education and Community Development

    The CBI Prevention Partnership provides community-based prevention programs that promote healthy lifestyles to youth, families, and community members. Our staff serving Maricopa, Navajo, and Apache counties also provides educational workshops for parents, teachers, law enforcement, the faith community, and the community at large. Our dynamic presentations elevate awareness about local substance abuse trends, signs and symptoms of abuse, and local resource information.

    Assertive Community Treatment

    Assertive Community Treatment, or ACT, is an evidence-based practice of delivering a full range of services to people who have been diagnosed with a serious mental illness. ACT’s goal is to give patients adequate community care and to empower patients to live independently in the community.

    CBI facilitates 3 Forensic Assertive Community Treatment teams (F-ACT) as well as one Assertive Community Treatment Team (Act). CBI ACT team has mutual expectations between the team and its patients that are met collaboratively. These expectations include face to face engagements at least 4 times per week, creating and developing support systems, maintaining home visits, all in an effort to help identify and work towards patient goals.

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