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Supervised Community Residences

Community Missions operates two Supervised Community Residences in Niagara County through its Mental Health Housing Services (CHOICES) program. These programs are designed as transitional settings where residents work on gaining skills necessary for movement to another transitional program with less intensive services, or permanent housing. These facilities provide on-site, 24-hour staff supervision. For more information, please contact 716.285.3403 x. 2275. You may also access the Niagara County Adult Single Point of Access (SPOA) application form here.

CANAL VIEW
Canal View is a 12-bed (6 double bedrooms) single-site ranch-style Supervised Community Residence in North Tonawanda with a picturesque view of the Erie Canal from the spacious front porch.

HANSEN HOUSE
Hansen House is a 10-bed Supervised Community Residence located in Niagara Falls. This facility has been designed for its purpose with 10 single bedrooms and handicap accessibility.


These Community Residences are certified by the New York State Office of Mental Health as Supervised Community Residence Treatment Programs. These facilities fit within the agency's Mental Health Housing Services, often as an initial step toward independent living. They have trained staff that provide case management services and Psychiatric Rehabilitation Planning with input from family members/advocates and involved service providers. The following Restorative Services are provided as part of that plan:

  • Assistance and training in Activities of Daily Living (financial management, meal planning and preparation, shopping, clothing care, housekeeping, and personal hygiene)
  • Assertiveness/Self-Advocacy Training
  • Community Integration Services/Resource Development, accessing Health Services
  • Substance Abuse Services
  • Medication Management and Training
  • Rehabilitation Counseling
  • Symptom Management
  • Skill Development
  • Socialization
  • Parenting Training
  • Family Education and Support

Choice and intensity of services provided is based upon resident preferences as well as assessment of needs and functioning levels.

Other services available to all CMI consumers:

  • Family and Consumer Advisory Boards
  • Family Services Program
  • Transportation



By The Numbers...

In 2016, Community Missions provided:

11,104 nights of shelter

89,366 meals

6,744 individuals with clothing

2,295 care days in Youth Services

46,888 care days in Recovery Services

73,994 care days in Housing Services

182 opportunities for Faith Development


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