A community that strengthens community.
Specifically designed for individuals living in Jackson County, the Residential Care Facility for Persons with Mental Illness (RCF/PMI) service provides individuals with the necessary tools to equip them for their success. Here, individuals learn life-skills that empower them to reach individual achievement.
Andrew Jackson Care offers daily skill-building groups that empower people to grow their abilities in coping, self-help, independent living, community living, social skills, money management, anger management, illness management and recovery, medication education, and recreational skills.
Andrew Jackson Care Facility has been serving their community as a licensed RCF/PMI location since November 2012.
To live here, individuals must be at least 18 years of age and have a primary diagnosis of chronic mental illness.
Imagine the Possibilities took over operations of the Jackson County owned Andrew Jackson Care Facility building, obtaining licensure to operate a Residential Care Facility for Persons with Mental Illness (RCF/PMI) in November 2012. The RCF/PMI program offers an assortment of services both in-house and through local community resources to adults with cognitive disabilities and behavioral issues who require licensed residential services for person with mental illness. Andrew Jackson Care is a licensed 16 bed facility and utilizes trained staff to provide each individual with the support, training, and rehabilitation needed to progress to a less restrictive living arrangement. Services are based on the individuals needs, including assessment evaluation, medication administration, crisis management, behaviors management, etc. Individuals are also given opportunities to access the community by attending a wide variety of community activities and employs a full time Activity Coordinator who directs both in-house and community activities . Andrew Jackson Care also offers daily skill building groups such as: coping personal self-help, independent living, community living, social, money management, anger management, illness management and recovery, medication education, and recreational and leisure skill building.
Individuals appropriate for services offered by the RCF/PMI must be at least 18 years of age and have a primary diagnosis of chronic mental illness. Individuals meeting the above criteria and having a secondary diagnosis of moderate, mild, or borderline intellectual disability, developmental disability, physical disability (but must be ambulatory), and/or substance abuse/dependence may also be appropriate for this residential service.
Questions regarding our RCF/PMI Program? Please contact Imagine the Possibilities today!