TSLI Pathways is a progressive Community Residence Program that provides housing and support services for psychiatrically disabled adults. Our services enable participants to live in the community as independently as they are able to.
- Meet the criteria for Severely and Persistently Mentally Ill (SPMI)
- Be age 18 or older
- Be a resident of Suffolk or Nassau County
Pathways services help residents learn…
- Money Management
- Food shopping
- Meal preparation
- Problem solving
- Communication skills
- Use of community resources
- Socialization and recreation
- Vocational/Educational skills
Pathways residents may engage in volunteer work, continuing education, supported or competitive employment. Community continuing treatment programs are available to those who need structured activities and daily therapy.
Pathways offers supervised congregate and apartment programs to prepare residents for independent living.
Supervised Living Program
Provides 24-hour staff support and a structured program that includes training in daily living skills, social/recreational activities and medication monitoring.
Specialized programs include…
MICA (Mentally Ill Chemical Abusers)
Provides close monitoring of resident activities and finances which assist MICA residents to stay drug and alcohol free.
Added support and supervision is provided to chronically ill residents who have been unable to sustain independent living.
Pathways’ Apartment Program offers opportunities for more independent living in the community. Staff provides the level of support and assistance each resident needs.
For more information please contact our Intake Department via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 631.231.3619.