Getting Care With Us

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At MSHN we offer four levels of care for our residents with serious and/or persistent mental illness; Adult Residential Treatment Facilities, Enhanced Supportive Housing, Medically Fragile Enhanced Supportive Housing and Supportive Housing. Regardless of the level of care our homes are staffed with professional and caring individuals committed to providing the support needed to aid our residents in returning to their community with the skills needed to live a more productive and meaningful life. All homes provide 24-hour awake staff 7 days a week.
Mandy Tackitt, Director of Intake
  
Mandy Tackitt is the Director of Intake & Public Relations. She has been an LPN for 19 years and has been a certified CPR Instructor for the last 2 years. She has worked in the mental health field for the last 6 years. She has been married to her husband, Andy, for 10 years, and they have 2 children, Ally and Drew. Their favorite family time is watching the St. Louis Cardinals play, as well as the Memphis Redbirds.
  

Services

  1. Adult Residential Treatment Facilities
    The focus of the program may be on short-term crisis stabilization or on long-term rehabilitation. Residential treatment offers high-quality mental health care within a structured, homelike setting that contributes to healing and a sense of community.
  2. Enhanced Supportive Housing
    These homes provide a treatment and rehabilitation component less intensive than required in a Residential Treatment Facility. Coordinated and structured services are provided for our that include personal care services, training in community living skills, vocational skills, and/or socialization.
  3. Medically Fragile Enhanced Supportive Housing
    These homes provide the same professional care as the Enhanced level of care but can meet the needs of residents with more complex medical issues in addition to mental illness.
  4. Supportive Housing
    In these homes we provide therapeutic psycho-social rehabilitation groups, community outings, medication management, as well as individual therapy to those who have been diagnosed with a mental illness.