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Aurora Mental Health Center recognizes that until basic needs are met, it can be difficult to focus on the task of mental health or substance abuse recovery. Consequently, Aurora Mental Health Center provides a range of residential services for active clients, depending on need and eligibility

These include:

  • John Thomas House is our hospital stepdown and diversion program, providing short-term residential care to help adults stabilize and renew their healing from debilitating mental health crises. Thomas House serves military veterans referred by the psychiatric unit of the Denver Veteran’s Administration and civilians. Consumers receive aid in their stabilization through therapeutic group programming, medication management, and individual counseling. The house is staffed 24 hours a day and can be both an alternative to hospitalization and/or a stepdown when a client is returning to the community after hospitalization.
  • Aurora Veterans Home is a 15-bed facility serving honorably discharged veterans struggling with homelessness, substance use disorder, and mental health issues. This program is open to veterans who are eligible for and referred through the Grant and Per Diem program from the Veterans Administration.
  • Mrachek House is an approved group home that provides a comfortable and relaxed environment and specialized skills training for people with a developmental disability and a mental illness. Staff assist individuals with achieving recovery goals and working toward community living. It is an eight-bed setting and is staffed 24 hours a day.
  • Ursula Home Aurora Mental Health Center recognizes that until basic needs are met, it can be difficult to focus on the task of mental health or substance abuse recovery. Consequently, Aurora Mental Health Center provides a range of residential services for active clients, depending on need and eligibility
  • Hanover Street Apartments provide semi-independent living for adults.
  • Nome Street allows individuals with a severe mental illness to move toward independent living in a supervised apartment setting.

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