Through individualized treatment and meaningful community involvement, recovery IS possible.
ClearView Communities now offers a new program to teach residents the critical skills of adult living in the 21st century. The LIFT (Learning Independence for Tomorrow) program prepares residents with the life skills they need to live independent and productive lives. LIFT focuses on three specific domains: daily living skills, self-determination, and interpersonal skills, and employment skills. LIFT is specifically designed for individuals with learning disabilities, mild intellectual disabilities, autism spectrum disorders, and students whose ability to live independently is in question.
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ClearView Communities’ founder, Mr. Sylvan Herman, was awarded the Inclusion Visionary Award at The Friendship Circle’s A Night of Friendship Event on May 22, 2019. This award represents his dedication to the inclusivity of individuals regardless of their abilities, specifically recognizing ClearView as a mental health program promoting recovery, resilience, and independence for individuals diagnosed with a mental illness. https://www.fcmd.org/templates/articlecco_cdo/aid/4324058/jewish/Honorees.htm
Recovery at Work
At ClearView Communities, we provide residential rehabilitation services for adults struggling with a range of serious psychiatric diagnoses. Our welcoming home environment offers both highly supervised and semi-independent living in well-appointed, inviting residences. By becoming active and engaged in our vibrant community setting, residents learn to successfully manage their illness and become advocates for themselves.
Who We Serve
ClearView provides treatment for men and women age 18 and older struggling with these illnesses and disorders.
We specialize in treating:
- Psychosis, Schizophrenia, and Related Illnesses
- Bipolar Mood Illnesses
- Depression and Related Illnesses
- Anxiety and Related Illnesses
- Personality Disorders
- Co-Occurring Disorders
- Failure to Launch
- Adult attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorders
For more information about ClearView Communities, please contact:
Lauren Hirsch, Admissions Manager: 240-439-4900. Lhirsch@cvcmail.org
Caroline Cantrell LCSW-C, Executive Director: 240-439-4900. Ccantrell@cvcmail.org