Inpatient and outpatient treatment providers refer individuals to East House residential programs. A completed referral form with a client history is necessary to begin the formal process, however a phone consultation is often a very helpful first step.
If you are interested in a community residence, after a screening interview, a visit to one of our residences is arranged so that the individual can meet with other clients and counselors and tour the residence. Following the visit, individuals who meet the admission criteria and express an interest are accepted and scheduled for admission.
If you are interested in the Mental Health Apartment Program, Chemical Dependency Apartment Program or Independent Living Program, after your screening interview, individuals who meet the admission criteria and express an interest are accepted and scheduled for admission.
Individuals who are interested in the Chemical Dependency Program must be alcohol and drug free upon admission.
In addition, arrangements for outpatient treatment and payment from Medicaid, Social Security, Monroe County public assistance, private insurance or self pay must be confirmed prior to admission. East House financial case managers are available to assist individuals in applying for financial assistance and Medicaid.
For more information including a consultation, referral forms, or tour of our facilities, please contact:
East House Mental Health Admissions Coordinator:
East House Chemical Dependency Admissions Coordinator:
If you feel that the East House Chemical Dependency Program might be the right fit for you, please complete the Chemical Dependency Referral Form.