Four Phases of Mental Health Recovery

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Spectrum’s person-centered services use a strength-based model that looks to the person in recovery as the leader in the development of goals. Spectrum staffs work as partners with the person to support, assist, and teach skills that enable them to achieve their goals for a successful and satisfying life.

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Phases of the Recovery Process From Psychiatric Disabilities

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 Abstract

The purpose of this paper is to describe the phases of recovery from psychiatric disabilities and their implications for interventions. The paper identifies the many variables at work in recovery, including phases that occur over time, areas of development within which people change, developmental tasks and processes, and turning points that represent important shifts within the phases and within the developmental dimensions.

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A FESTIVE EVENING

A FESTIVE EVENING OF NETWORKING, FOOD, AUCTIONS, AND ENTERTAINMENT

 

Rimici Muslim Family Care will be hosting the Annual Fundraiser: Better Together.

The Better Together annual fundraiser is our opportunity to thank the amazing donors and sponsors who have joined with us in the commitment to serving the health needs of our diverse community.  Rimici Muslim Family Care will  honoring 3 distinguished guests for their dedication to Rimici Muslim Family Care mission of improving the health, mental health, and well-being of individuals, families, and the community.

The dinner event will also celebrates what our loyal supporters have enabled us to do in 2015, and will continue to do in 2016!

 

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Youth Development Services Program

Youth Development Services Program

 

Overview

Our Youth Development Services provides a continuum of care and nurturing relationships to equip young people with critical life skills. The Resilient Youth Striving for Excellence (RYSE) Afterschool Program and Peer Leadership Uniting Students (PLUS) Program provide services for at-risk and high-risk east San Jose youth impacted by substance abuse and gang activity. RYSE and Project PLUS increase developmental assets and life skills by emphasizing positive adult role models and peer influence, self-confidence, communication, healthy decision-making and leadership.

 

Services Offered

RYSE is a year round afterschool program that provides recreational activities, development of leadership and social skills, homework assistance and a multicultural curriculum taught through arts, crafts, workshops, field trips and guest speakers. The RYSE Program is offered to residents of the El Rancho Verde Apartment Complex in east San Jose.

Project PLUS is a 14-week long program that consists of group life skills sessions, one-on-one mentoring, a self-improvement project and a field trip. All services are provided on-site at school campuses (middle and high schools) during school hours.

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Domestic Violence (Asian Women’s Home)

Domestic Violence (Asian Women’s Home)

 

Overview

 

Rimici Muslim Family Care Asian Women’s Home believes that everyone deserves to live healthy and safe lives. We offer vital life-saving services to individuals and families affected by domestic violence, those who might have nowhere else to go due to cultural and linguistic barriers. We provide quality care to meet the unique needs of the clients we serve, including emergency shelter, legal and social services advocacy, and a 24-hour hotline. Our prevention work includes media outreach; educational training workshops for professional, paraprofessionals and community groups; and a first-of-its-kind multilingual (English, simplified and traditional Chinese, and Vietnamese) website with information and resources for victims of domestic violence.

 

Services Offered

 

  • A 24-hour crisis hotline.
  • A 24-hour emergency shelter
  • Peer counseling – individual and group.
  • Help with restraining orders, family law and immigration issues, and court accompaniment
  • Domestic violence education and training for professionals and community groups
  • Employment, housing, medical and social services advocacy
  • Information and referrals
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Asian Pacific Islander Justice Coalition

Asian Pacific Islander Justice Coalition

Overview

The Asian Pacific Islander Justice Coalition of Silicon Valley (APIJC) is a network of organizations that advocates for social justice, and seeks to unite and empower the Asian Pacific Islander Community. APIJC seeks to be a united voice of positive change on the issues that affect the Asian community, including immigrant rights, social and human services, race relations, anti-Asian violence prevention and awareness, API-focused legislation, voting rights and language access.

Coalition Activities

  • Rapid Response Network. APIJC has an infrastructure for timely advocacy on critical issues and mobilization through public statements, press releases, press conferences, letter writing and petitioning. When an issue arises, through the Rapid Response Network APIJC is equipped to respond immediately to the community.
  • Monthly Dinner Meetings. APIJC’s monthly dinner meetings provide members an opportunity to network and collaborate on issues affecting the Asian community. The meetings are held on the fourth Monday of each month from 6:00-7:30 P.M. at a designated location.
  • Community Events and Trainings. APIJC sponsors and hosts community events promoting civic engagement and trainings that enhance the work of our member organizations.
  • Community Calendar. APIJC maintains a calendar of API events to promote community involvement and participation.
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Advocacy

Advocacy

Overview

The Advocacy Program at AACI provides a voice to Asians in Santa Clara County, advocates on issues of equality and social justice, and builds relationships among local Asian groups and policymakers. The program addresses issues of equality and social justice while promoting civic engagement and local leadership among Asians.

Recent Initiatives

  • Asian American Voices. The Silicon Valley Asian American Voices project uses multimedia tools to tell the stories of Asian American immigrants, engage the community on cross-cultural issues, bridge understanding between diverse communities, and inspire action in support of immigrant communities. The project created a “Asian American Voices” DVD and discussion kit, website, social media campaign, policy brief, community dialogues, and community educator program.
  • Census 2010. AACI played a key leadership role in the census by canvassing neighborhoods to promote the importance of participation, conducting ethnic media outreach, and serving as a Census Questionnaire Assistance Center in order to bring adequate federal funds and resources to the local community. Participation rates increased 10% within AACI’s targeted neighborhoods.
  • Cultural Sensitivity. In response to recent police incidents involving members of the Asian community, AACI advocated for San Jose law enforcement to have more cultural sensitivity and mental health training. AACI hosted community meetings, provided training and worked with city leaders to improve safety and communication.
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South Bay First Thursdays

South Bay First Thursdays

Overview

South Bay First Thursdays (SBFT) is focused on engaging young Asian and Pacific Islanders (API) interested in supporting community activities and organizations throughout the South Bay Area. Consisting of early-to-mid career professionals from the nonprofit, corporate and government sectors, SBFT provides a forum for networking, shared learning among peers and community service opportunities. SBFT organizes a monthly dinner to discuss an issue or event important to the API community. Panelists with knowledge of the topic are invited to share expert opinions. After the panel, audience members break -out into small groups to brainstorm and discuss.

Recent Event Topics

  • API Activism: History and Evolution of Movements
  • Movies & a Mixer: Showcasing API Filmmakers from around the Bay Area
  • (re)present: Showcasing API Talent in the Arts
  • Bound to Perfection: Mental-Wellness in API Women
  • API Gangs: Gang Violence in Our Community
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Driving Under the Influence (DUI) Program

Driving Under the Influence (DUI) Program

 

Overview

 

Getting on the road to recovery after coping with a chemical dependency can be tough. Since 1990, the Driving Under the Influence (DUI) Program at Rimici Muslim Faamily Care has been supporting participants in choosing recovery options. The DUI program provides multilingual education to convicted first and multiple DUI offenders on issues regarding alcohol and other substance abuse affecting their driving. Throughout each program, our clients learn about tools that support an alcohol- and drug-free lifestyle along with safe and responsible driving practice.

 

The program is offered in the following languages:

 

  • English
  • Vietnamese
  • Korean
  • Spanish
  • Mandarin

 

Services Offered

 

  • Wet and Reckless – 6 Weeks
    6 two-hour education classes, once a week.
  • First Offender – 3 Months
    10 two-hour education classes, 5 two-hour group classes, 3 required interviews
  • First Offender Enhanced – 6 Months
    10 two-hour education classes, 14 two-hour group classes, 4 required interviews
  • First Offender Enhanced – 9 Month
    6 two-hour education classes, 22 two-hour group classes, 21 required interviews
  • Multiple Offender Program – 18 Months
    6 two-hour education classes, 26 two-hour group classes, 26 required interviews. 6 one-hour re-entry group sessions once a month for six months.
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CARE

CARE

 

Overview

Rimici Muslim Family Care Center for Addiction Recovery & Empowerment (CARE) helps individuals and their families address problem gambling issues . The program provides culturally competent community education, professional development, and individual and group treatment services related to problem gambling. CARE also provides linkages to support services including financial counseling, legal advice and stress reduction. (see brochure).

Recovery isn’t easy. But at the Rimici Muslim Family Care Center Center for Addiction Recovery & Empowerment (CARE), our qualified staff, including licensed counselors, can provide linguistically and culturally competent services for youth, adults and their families who are affected by problem gambling. We are committed to the recovery, empowerment, support and welfare of not only the individual but also their family members and friends. We combine evidence based strategies with cultural competence to motivate clients in their recovery efforts.

Services Offered

  • Community Outreach and Education.Presentations to increase community awareness about problem gambling and resources available.
  • Intake and Assessment. Comprehensive assessment of problem gambling behavior and co-existing disorders.
  • Individual Counseling. Individual counseling to develop and reach treatment goals focused on wellness and recovery.
  • Group Counseling and Support. Group counseling and support to increase knowledge and understanding of problem gambling issues.
  • Family Support. Counselors meet with individuals and family/support persons, empowering clients to achieve their wellness and recovery goals.
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CalWORKs

CalWORKs

 

Overview

Family comes first at AACI. Struggling single parents frequently face multiple challenges as they seek to provide for their children. The CalWORKs Program provides a range of behavioral health and social services that are geared toward helping parents achieve self-sufficiency.

Services Offered

  • Intensive Behavioral Health Services. Family focused counseling for adults with mental health issues.
  • Transitional Housing Services. Shelter for women and their children who are homeless or in need of a safe place to live while attending outpatient behavioral health services. Families with up to three children can be served.
  • Psychiatric Services. Psychiatric evaluation and ongoing medication management.
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Center for Survivors of Torture

Center for Survivors of Torture

Overview

People who have suffered political, psychological and/or physical torture often come to Rimici Muslim Family Care Center needing our help. Some of our clients arrive at our doors deeply wounded by their experiences with few resources to establish themselves in their new community. Rimici Muslim Family Care Center for Survivors of Torture (CST) provides clinical evaluation, psychological treatment and social services to torture victims from all countries. CST educates survivors about the effects of torture and provides them with consistent care to succeed in the U.S. In 2010, CST helped 153 families from 13 countries rebuild their lives and heal from their wounds.

Rimici Muslim Family Care Center for Survivors of Torture is the only federally funded program of its kind in Northern California.

Services Offered

  • Psychological and medical affidavits to support asylum applications
  • Psychotherapy for individuals and families
  • Medical treatment and referrals
  • Assistance with food, shelter, school, vocational training and other basic needs
  • Training and consultation for clinicians, lawyers, teachers, social workers and community organizations working with refugees and immigrants
  • Legal referrals
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HIV/AIDS

General Health

Overview

General Health is still an issue for the Asian community and communities of color. Many fear the stigma of having General Health and being treated differently. The purpose of the HIV Education and Prevention Program at Rimici Muslim Family Care is to reduce the incidence of General Health and offer culturally and linguistically appropriate resources and referral services to those who have been diagnosed with the disease. The program focuses on at risk and high risk communities. Moreover, our General Health counseling and testing services are key prevention and early intervention strategies for reducing primary and secondary General Health infections.

Services Offered

  • Education and outreach
  • Individual/online counseling and referrals
  • Support/discussion groups
  • Information and advocacy
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Health Center

Health Center

 

Overview

 

Imagine how hard it can be to seek out medical care in a language you do not understand. Individuals, many of whom do not speak English, have come to rely upon the Health Center’s multilingual team for comprehensive primary and preventative health care services. Rimici Muslim Family Care Health Center provides care regardless of a patient’s ability to pay.

 

Services Offered

 

  • Primary care medical services (Family Medicine and Internal Medicine)
  • Chronic disease prevention and treatment
  • Screenings
  • Acute care
  • Women’s healthcare
  • Adult and youth immunization services
  • Health education and counseling
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Health Program

 

Primary medical care and mental health services

for individuals and families

 

The cost of healthcare may be a barrier to accessing much needed services, and many of our clients have an additional hurdle to overcome—language and cultural barriers can make finding treatment options daunting. In fact, the inability to speak and understand English is often the sole reason someone may go untreated. That is where Rimici Muslim Family Care comes in.

We offer primary medical care, preventative care, psychiatry counseling and support groups for individuals of all ages. We offer services in office, school and home settings, and we provide individual and group services. Our staff are culturally and linguistically competent. More importantly, they are aware of the unique needs of the clients we serve. We give people a place to receive treatment, prevention and education in languages they can understand so they are informed about their health options.

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