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The residential program addresses major mental illnesses including schizophrenia, bi-polar disorder, and depression. It provides 24-hour care and supervision for the residents and continues monitoring an individual’s progress after they leave the facility.

The program includes vocational training, job placement, educational training, and working to improve and refine daily living skills, independent living skills, socialization, nutrition, physical fitness, and emotional awareness. The residence program is currently licensed to serve twenty six residents in a Residential Treatment Facility.

To be eligible for the Residential Program services, a candidate must be at least 21 years old and have been diagnosed with a major mental illness.

The Center’s multi-disciplinary team constantly evaluates the effectiveness of its residential program, measuring success on an individual basis through a Token Economy Point System that is goal oriented. We continue to case manage individuals who have graduated from the program and are successfully living independently. Our behavior modification model measures outcomes for each resident as well as the graduates in the community.

The Center has used a goal oriented system since its beginning. There is a constant attempt to meet and exceed the many individual needs of the residents. Center personnel, the medical director, and a licensed psychologist conduct evaluations and make recommendations on a regular basis . Each resident has an individual progress plan that is reviewed monthly to determine if they are meeting the goals of his or her individual progress plan.

There are no other residential treatment centers providing similar services in Williamson County.


Our resident activities program focuses on reintegration back into the community through socialization and self-awareness. The Center places a strong emphasis on the importance of this process. United Way funding allows the residents to experience more activities such as:

  • Recreational outings

  • Church

  • Dining out weekly

  • Movies

  • Concerts

  • Art exhibits

  • Weekend retreats

  • Music and yoga classes

  • Social functions at the Center

  • Vacation trips twice per year at the beach and mountains

  • YMCA membership

Pictures of facilities

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