Lifewell has four outpatient “hub” facilities known as LifeWellness Centers (LWC Beryl, LWC Mitchell, LWC University, and LWC Power) offering psychosocial rehabilitation services, health and wellness, and outpatient counseling. In these unique, evidence-based programs, clients participate in a collaborative setting that provides a variety of psychosocial rehabilitation services. The primary focus of these services is assisting individuals to develop skills and behaviors to achieve and sustain community integration, vocational skills, and social independence.

Services Offered:

Supported Education Program
Lifewell’s Supported Education program provides ongoing educational support for clients. The program provides a positive, supportive, and client centered service in which individuals can gain confidence, skills, and competence for achieving their continuing educational and employment recovery goals.

Lifewell staff members collaborate with clients and supports to design an individual service plan (ISP) and personalized schedule to accommodate the client’s educational and vocational goals.

Program services include:

  • Academic Assessment
  • Adult Basic Education, Pre-GED, and GED Instruction
  • Computer Skills
  • Post Secondary Education Supports

Supported Employment Program
Lifewell’s Supported Employment program provides an approach to vocational rehabilitation for an individual that emphasizes obtaining competitive work in the community and providing the supports necessary to ensure success in the workplace. The program is based on best practices in psychiatric rehabilitation, as well as the SAMHSA Supported Employment Fidelity Model.

Program services include:

  • Interviewing Skills
  • Benefit Counseling
  • Job Search Skills
  • Employment Readiness
  • Career Exploration
  • Resume Development
  • Job Development and Placement
  • Retention Supports

Peer Certification Training

This skill building opportunity is designed to enhance self and system awareness and may prepare participants for direct service positions within the behavioral health field. Peer Support Specialist training is designed to meet personal or professional growth goals

Culinary Awareness & Nutrition

This program works with individuals to enhance awareness of nutrition, wellness, safe food handling, food preparation, and food service related to employment options. The program is designed to enhance skills in regard to personal wellness and self sufficiency.

Supported Volunteering
Lifewell’s Supported Volunteering program provides opportunities to clients identify preferences related to work roles, work environments, and enhance vocational skills while giving back to their communities. The program is based on best practices in psychiatric rehabilitation, as well as the Supportive Volunteering model.