Harvest House is an intensive rehabilitative program which provides a range of integrated and varied life skills training for its members. The primary function of Harvest House is to provide services that focus on improving lives, and help facilitate appropriate socialization and adaptive coping skills. Harvest House is a place where men and women with severe and chronic mental illness work together towards stability and recovery. The life of Harvest House is not a program, it is people. Harvest House is made up of members and a professional staff who work together to operate the day support program. Through this cooperative work, members learn to live with their mental illness, regain productivity and self-confidence, and resume their lives in society.
68 People | 100 Impacts | 305 Hours