Recovery is a completely different process for each individual.

At ClearView, we help residents identify their own strengths and gifts that will assist them in living well, despite the challenges they face because of illness. Our recovery model has a strong social rehabilitation component in which we promote involvement in the greater community and help residents cultivate a sense of purpose and meaning.


Building Relationships

We encourage each individual to take an active role in managing their illness. We build a positive working relationship with residents and their families, collaboratively creating a plan, using interventions of modeling, practice and feedback along with individual therapy, group therapy and other support. Each resident is assigned a psychiatrist, a therapist and a vocational manager to help him or her find work or volunteer activities.


A Sense of Home

Our personal touches and small number of residents give each home a true family feel. We provide a well-structured program of individual and group therapy, activities and free time. All individual and group therapy is held at the ClearView office.


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.

  • Psychosis, Schizophrenia, and Related Illnesses
  • Bipolar  Mood Illnesses
  • Depression and Related Illnesses
  • Anxiety and Related Illnesses
  • Personality Disorders
  • Co-Occurring Substance Abuse
  • Failure to Launch
  • Adult attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorders

Please note that residents must admit themselves voluntarily and be prepared to participate fully in our program.