A “Foot Doctor” will meet one-on-one with the client in order to ensure proper foot health. Services include treatment of foot related problems as well as routine grooming aid.
O ur Substance Abuse program offers Assessments, Education/Prevention, Group & Individual Therapy, 12-step Recovery, Random Drug Screenings, and Aftercare Support Services.
O ur Vocational Skills group sessions are offered to those who wish to enter the workforce after spending time on disability benefits. Activities include: On-Job- Vocational Training , Employment Assessments, Job Placement Assistance, and Resume Workshops
O ur Speciality Services offer HIV prevention and education to the community. Counselors are available conduct confidential HIV Testing and Counseling. Medical Case-Management services are also offered under the Ryan White program to ensure proper access to care.
T he food assistance program at CRC is partnered with local foodbanks. With these donations, free hot breakfasts, daily lunches, and weekly food-giveaways from our emergency-food-pantry
O ur Drop-in-Center offers peer-led sessions to those afflicted by mental illness. This is an extended day model offering relevant support and activities to those interested in learning more about their illness in a supportive atmosphere of peers. Operational: Mon-Sat (7am – 4pm)
D aily transportation to and from any of the above Medicaid/Medicare covered programs can be arranged by CRC, free of charge.
PAC (PROJECT AIDS CARE) WAIVER
he PAC (PROJECT AIDS CARE) Waiver requires an additional set of eligibility standards and referral processed.
We provide case management services to individuals diagnosed with AIDS. PAC Waiver is a Medicaid program that provides home and community-based services to eligible recipients living at home.