Mental Health Services
Bay Cove offers many options to help people with mental illness as they strive to establish and maintain full, rich lives. These services are united by the philosophy that people with psychiatric disabilities can and do recover, and can become active and contributing members of their communities.
We provide a wide range of services, both long-term and short-term, based on the preferences and needs of the people we serve. Some individuals experience other challenges—including cognitive and medical issues, as well as substance use disorders. Regardless of the individual circumstances of each person we serve, Bay Cove’s goal is always to work together with each person to assist them on their path to recovery.
David has been with Bay Cove’s Center Club since 2009, and in that time, the Club has helped him by offering a structured social circle outside of the home he shares with his mother and sister; moral support and encouragement in his daily struggles with obsessive compulsive disorder; and as a place to learn new skills. The club’s supported employment program was also able to help David secure meaningful employment—he recently celebrated his six-year anniversary at Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital in Cambridge, where he works as a Unit Service Aide.