Osceola House is a FARR Accredited and Level III transitional living community that allows individuals to step-down from residential care to a community of semi-independent living. Osceola House offers both men and women the chance to practice clinical skills gained with a focus on meaningful life activities including employment, education, or volunteerism. In this way, individuals learn to navigate real world experiences in a safe, supportive, and structured environment.
Our caring and credentialed CRRA Staff at Osceola House provides 24/7 on- site supervision. Additionally, Lifeskills clinical, medical, and psychiatric services are available during business hours and remain on-call 24/7. Services include independence coaching, mentoring, and life skills management. We provide transportation to recovery and mental health support meetings, general errands, and appointments. We also allow residents to use bikes, community transportation, and personal vehicles after acclimating to the program and with approval from the individual’s clinical team.
Osceola House provides transitional living houses with a “meaningful life activity” philosophy. Our clients are encouraged to participate in one of three meaningful life activities: work, education, or volunteerism. Within the first few weeks of arrival at Osceola House, individuals are readied for the most appropriate step for their meaningful life. Clients will also find continued support in sober and mental health recovery with daily morning meditation groups, weekly community meetings, and Sunday community meals. Our goal is to help each client successfully transition back to their home, work, and family life with newly found self-esteem, direction, and balance. We work as a partner to help clients achieve the self-awareness, self-reliance, and self-monitoring skills needed to live an independent life outside of treatment.