Benedict Haven is an eight (8) bed permanent supervised home for adult males who suffer from severe and persistent mental illness. Program services include 24/7 staff supervision, medication monitoring, meals and snacks, case management, assistance with daily living skills (ADLs) and daily outings and weekly special events.
Be age 18 or older
Have a primary diagnosis which is psychiatric
Be under the ongoing care of a psychiatrist
Be capable of medication, self-administration, and will to adhere to prescribed pharmacological regiments
Be capable of living harmoniously in a “community-like” setting
Have the need and desire to live in a structured environment
Comply with recommended treatment plans
Have no significant medical problems
Be continuously “substance-abuse” free
Special Thanks: Dolores Castaldo, president-founder of Benedict Haven, through her Board of Directors, made the decision to transfer the operation including all assets of Benedict Haven to Catholic Charities, Diocese of St. Petersburg.
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