Our Practice

MISSION STATEMENT

COPE will support individuals with mental illness as they move forward toward wellness and independence in their communities.

Our Mission: COPE Behavioral Health (COPE) is committed to the concept of the rehabilitation and restoration of a person to a condition of health that allows for useful and productive activity through a holistic professional approach. COPE is relentlessly dedicated to providing quality mental health care and rehabilitation services for children, adolescents and adults who experience acute psychological distress, behavioral disorders or serious mental illness.  Through individualized and professionally designed treatment programs, consisting of therapeutic in- home and community services, we pursue goals that lead to an overall improvement in the quality of life of the individual.

The primary goal of our program is to provide adults, children, and adolescents with outpatient mental health services designed to foster clients to live successfully in their communities.  Our services aid the adults and adolescents to remain in society as functional members of the community. Each aspect of the program is aimed at enhancing the individual’s sense of self-worth, self-reliance, and self-responsibility for maintaining personal recovery. Improvement in family, work, and interpersonal relationships, the development of a support system and the expansion of problem-solving skills are also expected outcomes.


Leave a Reply

COPE’s Email Newsletter

Join Our Email List
  • Webinar Alert: DREAMers Study: Undocumented College Students, Social Exclusion, and Psychological Distress October 19, 2017
    SPARC and the Transitions RTC at the University of Massachusetts Medical School’s Department of Psychiatry are offering the following webinar on Wednesday, November 8th, from 12 PM to 1 PM: DREAMers Study: Undocumented College Students, Social Exclusion, and Psychological DistressPresenter: Rosalie Torres Stone, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Psychiatry, SPARCDate & Time: November 8, 2017 – 12:00 PM to […]
  • Postdoctoral Research Fellowship in Treatment and Services Research October 11, 2017
    Postdoctoral Research Fellowship in Treatment and Services ResearchOregon Social Learning Center (OSLC) & OSLC Developments, Inc. (ODI) A postdoctoral fellowship position is available for individuals interested in a career conducting treatment research and/or services (dissemination and implementation) research. The fellow will work directly with Drs. Ashli Sheidow and Michael McCart, two accomplished clinically-trained investigators, in […]

Help us Make a Difference, One Life at a Time