Prairie Harvest Mental Health
Prairie Harvest Mental Health was created in 1991 in response to an increasing need for special services to assist individuals suffering from serious mental illness. As individuals were moving out of institutional settings and into independent living arrangements, a major need developed for programs to assist in making the transition and sustaining a more independent way of life.
A non-profit organization established with the support of Northeast Human Service Center, Prairie Harvest Mental Health has grown to meet the needs of the community and offers various program areas that promote mental health wellness and recovery for adults with serious mental illness. Services are provided in community-based and facilities-based areas.
The overall goal of Prairie Harvest Mental Health is to provide programs that embrace independent living leading to self-sufficiency, personal responsibility and empowerment. Each program has specific outcome measures. A focus on consumer directed services enables the agency to measure program effectiveness.
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