3 Residential Facilities for Adults with Psychiatric Illness

The 3 member facilities of the Organization of Hope are dedicated to providing extraordinary care to adults with mental illness. We’re also dedicated to helping you find the residential treatment facility that provides the optimal setting in which an adult with psychiatric illness can restore his or her mental health. If you’ve decided on residential care, or are considering it, the resources on our site can help you make the best match.

Treatment for a Variety of Mental Health Conditions

OOH member facilities offer residential mental health treatment for a variety of psychiatric conditions, including, but not limited to:
  • Bipolar Disorder
  • Schizophrenia
  • Depression
  • Personality Disorders
  • Mood Disorders
  • Anxiety Disorders
  • Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder
  • Disorders combined with Substance Abuse

A Residential Program for Every Need

Residential treatment settings range from urban apartments to farm-based group homes. They vary in the services they offer, the psychiatric disorders they address, and their treatment approaches. To help you choose, OOH categorizes its residential mental health facilities into four types.

A Treatment Approach That Works

Residential treatment offers high-quality, long-term mental health care within a structured, homelike setting that contributes to healing and a sense of community. In fact, residential care offers adults with mental illness a number of advantages over other mental health treatment settings.

Choosing the Right Residential Facility

Finding the best residential treatment program means matching the treatment needed to the psychiatric services offered. But making a successful match also means exploring those intangibles that make a residential treatment facility feel like home.

Organization of Hope

OOH is composed of 3 residential treatment facilities for adults with mental illness. We offer four different styles of residential care to adults with a range of serious mental challenges, including schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, depression, anxiety, personality disorders, and disorders combined with substance abuse.

The small size of our organization enables members to have real knowledge about each other’s facilities, and to provide meaningful guidance to people searching for effective mental health treatment. The resources provided on this site are designed to aid you in your search for the right match.