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About Us | The Appropriate Place

About us

“MANY PEOPLE STRUGGLE ALONG THEIR JOURNEY AND NEVER END UP IN THE APPROPRIATE PLACE THAT MEETS THEIR NEEDS!”-  FOUNDER / CEO LISA A. CRATCH

What we do

The Appropriate Place, Inc. provides community-based supportive services for adults and families with mental and behavioral health and substance use disorders.

our mission

Our mission is to provide integrated services for mental and behavioral health and substance use disorders thereby providing a confidential, safe and healthy environment for those who are afflicted with consequences of addiction.

our philosophy

The Appropriate Place, Inc.(TAP) collaboratively works with communities to become apart of the solution providing prevention strategies, mental and behavioral health and substance use disorder counseling in an outpatient environment. TAP navigates referrals to outside provider agencies to improve consumers quality of life along the continuum of services.

Our commitment is to people

The primary objective of TAP organization is to provide adults, families, and veterans with mental and behavioral health and substance use disorder treatment.

(TAP) recognizes the need to assist and support our immediate substance use disorder population and veterans within our community. TAP helps the target population to gain access to mental and behavioral health services thereby decreasing barriers such as waiting lists, hospital recidivism rates, and homelessness.

HOW WE HELP INDIVIDUALS TAP INTO LIVING:

  • Provide community resource information that can help individuals to be successful in improving co-occurring disorders, mental health, and habitual substance use disorder problems.
  • Implement case management and supportive services to promote community inclusion.
  • Teach life skills training to improve activities of daily living.
  • Promote individual self-determination self-respect.
  • Act as a support liaison.
  • Collaborate with community agencies to provide and implement homeless prevention strategies.
  • Make referrals to agencies that can provide quality healthcare services.
  • Host support groups and emergency help phone lines services.
  • Facilitate group therapy.
  • Support transitional process back into the community.
  • Obtain transportation services for individuals.

 

TAP Helps Consumers and Natural Supports

Our Partners

We believe collaboration makes things happen.

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