Reduce symptoms of psychiatric illness and prison recidivism
Support recovery and reduce involvement in criminal activity in a community setting
Improve coping skills and foster community integration
The Prison Outreach Unit is a specialized, intensive unit with a Case Management Team that works with consumers who have been released from prison and who have a high number of contacts with the criminal justice system. These individuals need an intensive program to support their reintegration back into the community with the goal of stabilizing their mental health and reducing recidivism back into prison.
Referrals come from the Ohio Department of Mental Health and community agencies. Clients are provided services with an increased frequency of contact, 1-3 times each week from case management staff. They are provided mental health treatment and linked to community-based services that support recovery and reduce their involvement in criminal activity. The level of intensity of service provision distinguishes these services. Rehabilitation and environmental support activities reduce the symptoms of psychiatric illness, build resilience and improve their quality of life and integration into the community.
3010 Project Avenue Cleveland, Ohio 44115
9:00a.m. to 5:30p.m. Mon -Fri
Medicaid Accepted, ADAMHS Board and United Way subsidies available
Mentally ill diagnosed persons referred by the ADAMHS Board or a correctional institution
Edward Omabegho (216) 283-4400 Ext. 2154