Mental Health Residential Treatment & Transitional Living

Mental Health Residential Treatment & Transitional Living Programs

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A Person Cooking Food on a Stove at a CODAC Transitional Home.

Transitional Living Program for Adults with Mental Illness

CODAC’s Adult Transitional Living (ATL) program provides transitional and temporary housing with limited supervision for members whose health status necessitates additional help and monitoring by CODAC staff.

Residential support specialists are on-site 7 days a week to assist members with daily skills of living, making sure they’re taking their medications on schedule, staying active, managing health care appointments, shopping for groceries, maintaining their hygiene and more.

Community activities keep members engaged and help them progress toward independent living.

Mental Health Residential Treatment

CODAC’s Gila House residential treatment program offers short-term residential mental health care for adults. Therapeutic, time-limited interventions stabilize members in crisis so they can live successfully and independently in the community.

This comfortable, healing space provides safe accommodations in a home-like setting. Residents are monitored 24/7 by skilled professionals.

A Living Room With a Couch and a Table at a CODAC Residential Treatment Gila House.

The Gila House is equipped to serve up to 10 members of all genders. While at the Gila House, members receive:

  • Crisis support
  • Rehabilitation
  • Therapeutic activities
  • Skills building activities
  • Close monitoring

The Gila House can be used as a step-down from inpatient facilities as well as a crisis stabilization setting.

Admission Criteria:

  • Member must be enrolled in AHCCCS
  • Member is at significant risk of harm
  • Member is a safety risk due to functional impairment resulting from psychiatric symptoms

For 24-hour access to brief behavioral health intervention and residential treatment programming, and to refer a member to CODAC’s Gila House, contact us:

Phone (520) 327-4505 ext 5433