Rutgers Integrated Employment Institute: Helped develop a Training and Technical Assistance program that provides three tiers of training to staff and established employment services for consumers, all while launching a pilot supporting living program. Triple C Housing, by participating in the program steering committee, also aided in assessing goals, conducting P&P reviews and program evaluation, identifying funding sources, and facilitating problem solving forums.
Wellness for Life: Led 75 participants from Mental Health Centers and Supported Housing in a health promotion program that reduced risks of metabolic syndrome and improved quality of life. Triple C hosted 3-hour weekly sessions for 8 weeks and organized individual coaching phone calls. The program was also interprofessional and resulted in quantifiable improvements in health and wellbeing.
Flourishing at Work: In partnership with Rutgers University and the Mental Health Technology Transfer Center (MHTTC), Triple C organized six Flourishing at Work sessions for leaders and administration. The program encouraged participants to set healthy boundaries and foster a work-life balance.
On-Site Wellness Study at Truman Square & Dover Residences: To identify strategies that improve the quality of life of residents, Triple C helped conduct an evidence-based study that resulted in a replicable model for implementation of in-house wellness programming. The study involved a literature review as well as analyzing survey and focus group data.
Supportive Housing Learning Community: Working with SAMHSA’s Northeast and Caribbean MHTTC through the Rutgers School of Health Professions, this project created a collaborative, online forum for supportive housing providers in NJ, NY, Puerto Rico, and the U.S. Virgin Islands to communicate and share resources with each other.