Adult Rehabilitative Mental Health Services assists persons diagnosed with a mental illness or traumatic brain injury to develop independent living skills.  These services are provided in the community and may include individualized support and instruction in areas of living skills and community resource utilization.

  • Mental illness management
  • Medication monitoring
  • Healthy lifestyle skills
  • Employment related skills
  • Transportation skills
  • Budgeting and shopping skills
  • Household management
  • Cooking and nutrition
  • Transition to community living
  • Interpersonal communication skills
  • Community resource utilization
  • Crisis assistance/Relapse prevention skills
  • Health care directives

Eligibility standards for ARMHS Services:

  • At least 18 years of age
  • Diagnosed with mental illness or traumatic brain injury
  • Qualifies for Medical Assistance or PMAP eligibility
QCMI ARMHS Groups are limited to a few areas of life wherein our clients would have the opportunity to learn to deal with troublesome personal issues in the shared experience of an accepting group which is led by a qualified professional.  Some groups are ongoing while others are developed as the need arises.  All groups are open to the community at large.  Examples of groups which we have had or are ongoing include:

  • Hope and Loss
  • DBT Skills Related
  • Illness, Management and Recovery
  • Anger Management and Conflict Resolution
  • Relapse Prevention
Contact Jessie Meyer
at (507) 396-2162