A mental health and wellness recovery program
“The Neighborhood House Association Project Enable Clinic is a subcontractor of the Union of Pan Asian Communities (UPAC) Promise Wellness Center.”
About Project Enable
Neighborhood House Association’s Project Enable Clinic provides time-limited outpatient specialty mental health services to adults 18 years of age and older who are affected by serious and persistent mental illness and to those simultaneously experiencing co-occurring disorders that interfere with their ability to function in key life roles such as parenting, attending school, family and social difficulties, and employment.
The program strives to reduce psychiatric symptoms and the need for hospitalization while rehabilitating clients to their highest level of functioning. Strength base services focus on stabilization and recovery goals with the expectation that with treatment, clients will effectively recover and graduate from the program. Comprehensive services include mental health assessment, short term individual and group therapy, case management, and linkage to supportive community services.
Project Enable Clinic Clients are referred to services by connecting with the UPAC Promise Wellness Center.
Project Enable clients must:
- Be 18 years of age or older
- Meet the criteria for severe mental disorder and may be experiencing a co-occurring disorder
- Be insured by Medi-Cal or uninsured and meet the financial eligibility criteria established by the County of San Diego
- Mental health assessment
- Case management
- Crisis intervention
- Individual therapy
- Group therapy
Neighborhood House Association’s Project Enable serves clients who are referred by the UPAC Promise Wellness Center. Project Enable Clinic accepts Medi-Cal and Medi-Care insurance. Those who are not insured are charged an annual fee based on their ability to pay.
Monday – Friday
8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.