SERV’s Adapt partial-care day program is designed to assist adults who are working to recover from and cope with a mental illness as they negotiate the transition toward more independent living.
Through a structured and intensive program, each consumer receives individualized guidance toward the development of skills needed to live and work successfully in the community.
The Adapt partial-care program is effective for a diverse array of consumer situations.
- Daily, individualized and goal-directed programming that is designed to provide a stabilizing foundation while increasing each individual’s level of independent functioning.
- Because SERV Partial Care limits the number of participating consumers, staff is able to focus on each person as an individual. The highly trained staff includes a psychiatrist and master’s- and bachelor’s-level clinicians who are experienced practitioners.
- Psychiatric evaluation
- Individual counseling
- Case management
- Individual treatment planning
- Medication management and education
- Symptom management
- Substance-abuse education and addiction awareness
- Independent living skills training
- Stress management
- Time management
- Pre-vocational skills building
- Exercise and nutrition training
- Anger management
- Family issues
- Relapse prevention and awareness
- Relaxation, meditation and visualization
- Psychiatric symptom awareness and emergency planning
- Assertiveness and self-esteem building exercises
- Arts exploration and activities for self-expression
- Leisure-time management and planning
- Recreational and social activities
Adapt partial-care participants:
- Are age 18 or older
- Have a history of mental illness
- Demonstrate a need for assistance with daily living issues
- Are at risk of a hospitalization
- Are Medicaid approved
Hours of Operation
Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Transportation can be arranged.
For further information or to make a referral, please contact our Access Center at:
*Current SERV consumers residing in Hudson/Passaic counties, call (973) 594-0125;
in Mercer County, (609) 662-3160.