A mental illness is a medical condition that disrupts a person's thinking, feeling, mood, ability to relate to others and daily functioning.
We offer a range of services to help children and young adults to improve and maintain good mental health. The services provided will be based on sound therapeutic knowledge, and will be individualized to the specific needs and desires of the children and their families. All the services functions will be founded on treating children with respect and dignity.
We aim to assist those with mental illness in leading more productive, autonomous lifestyles and plan to advocate on their behalf by raising awareness about mental health through our services. We will do this by promoting optimal mental health through advocacy and education, and highlighting the benefit of having caring communities that empower those in need to develop their skills to their fullest potential.
Loving Heart Behavior & Rehabilitation aims to create a more positive future, and to integrate the intellectual disability with the society so they can know that they are equal. We believe in the power of community to help our mental health children and also find strength in the people coming together to propel a movement forward which is why we created our organization.
LHBRS will be able to help patients develop healthy coping habits learn de-escalation methods participate in activities that aid in remaining calm in stressful situation and receive counseling and therapy services from licenses counselors and therapists.
Our Programs and Services also include:
The organization’s goal is to open a day program and a group home for the intellectual disabled. The day program will be a place where they can come for activities such as puzzle, bingo, coloring, craft and dancing in addition to educational activities such as reading and writing. We will teach how to be more independent lifestyle (motor skills), better nutrition (healthy food) help with motor skill and people in poverty (less fortunate).
Upon graduating from the program, participants will be able to have a more independent life, and access to a healthy and safe community that actively promotes recovery and positive lifestyles.
We hope to open a day program and group home of 100 children with mental illness and intellectual disability. Contact us to learn more about our commitment to this cause.
Serious mental illnesses disrupt people’s ability to carry out essential aspects of daily life, such as self care and household management. Mental illnesses may also prevent people from forming and maintaining stable relationships or cause people to misinterpret others’ guidance and react irrationally. This often results in pushing away caregivers, family, and friends who may be the force keeping that person from becoming homeless. As a result of these factors and the stresses of living with a mental disorder, people with mentally illnesses are much more likely to become homeless than the general population (Library Index, 2009).
With our organization’s mission always in mind, we strive to find new strategies for dealing with this challenge. Homeless Outreach is something that we take very seriously, and our team is working each and every day to make a positive impact.