The Odyssey Program is a full-service partnership that provides culturally competent intensive, integrated services to 60 priority population adults. This is a Marin County Community Mental Health Services program. The target population is adults, transition-age young adults (18-24), and older adults with serious mental illness who are homeless or at risk of homelessness.
Priority is given to individuals who currently are not served or are under-served by the mental health system. These individuals may or may not have a co-occurring substance abuse disorder and/or other serious health condition.
The goals of the program are:
- Promote recovery and self-sufficiency.
- Improve ability to function in the community.
- Reduce homelessness.
- Reduce hospitalization.
A multi-disciplinary, multi-agency, assertive community treatment team provides comprehensive assessment, individualized client-centered service planning, crisis management, therapy services, peer counseling and support, psycho-education, employment services, assistance with money management, and provision or linkages to all needed services and supports. Treatment for co-occurring substance abuse disorders is essential to successful recovery and is provided on a case-by-case basis.
Marin Treatment Center is part of Odyssey Programs multi-agency treatment team. We provide weekly 1.5 hour group support meetings. All referrals must be through Odyssey Program staff.
Please contact our Intake Coordinator for information on program requirements and fees: (415) 457-3755.