24-Hour Residential Services
CPC’s 24-hour staffed residential facilities provide a safe, stable environment in which chronically mentally ill adults can achieve personal goals and improved quality of life. Highly trained staff offer 24-hour supervision and care, opportunities to develop interpersonal, social, and daily living skills, symptom and medication management, pre-vocational skill building, and vocational training. When individuals are ready, we help them work toward achieving more independent living situations.
Our residential facilities include:
A 24-hour supervised residential treatment facility that provides a safe, stable environment where chronically mentally ill adults can receive intensive staff support to achieve a reduction in symptoms and improved quality of life. Cascade Hall has 60 beds and provides highly intensive services in a number of specialized programs. These include 35 beds of Long-Term Rehabilitation for persons with mental illness, a 19-bed specialized program for veterans, and a 4-bed respite program for persons with co-occurring mental illness and developmental disabilities.
Housing and services for eight previously homeless mentally ill young adults, ages 18-24. The program is designed to meet the needs of young adults who have become homeless for a variety of reasons and lack the skills necessary to transition to adulthood independently. It provides a safe and supportive environment to learn living skills that facilitate mental health stability, a clean and sober lifestyle, and self-sufficiency in educational and work-related goals.
A 24-hour supervised residential treatment facility that provides a safe, stable environment where formerly homeless, chronically mentally ill adults who have been resistant to treatment in other programs can receive intensive staff support to reduce their symptoms and improve quality of life. El Rey has 60 beds and provides both Long Term Rehabilitation and Supervised Living as well as a Transitional Living program.
20 units of housing and engagement services for chronically homeless, mentally ill individuals who may be disabled by alcoholism or substance abuse. Harbor House is based on the Safe Haven model, which is an early Housing First model designed to get treatment-resistant homeless individuals into safe and stable housing, and then engage them in treatment through building trust and encouraging engagement with on-site clinicians. This highly-successful program has been featured in a nationally-distributed film documentary and training manual that serves as a model for the development of Safe Haven programs across the country.
A 24-hour supervised residential facility that provides a safe, stable environment where chronically mentally ill adults receive staff support to increase their independence and improve their quality of life. Keystone has 64 beds and provides supervised living (SL) level of care, specializing in services to vulnerable, frail, or older adults.
Whether you, your loved one, or an outside provider has referred you to CPC, your first step is to contact our Assessment Services team. Our Assessment team can answer your questions and determine if our services are right for you. The phone screener will work with you to schedule an in-person appointment, or if we are unable to meet your needs, we will provide appropriate referrals.
We offer services at several locations throughout King County. Contact our Assessment Services team by calling 206-545-2354.