Mission


To assist each person in building upon their inherent strength in developing and enhancing the skills needed for optimal living in today's society.

Vision


To empower those we serve to attain their highest level of functioning through wellness and recovery.

Values


Cultivating dignity
Creating opportunities
Fostering recovery
Living wellness

CCFL believes that all of the people who are provided service are our organiztions most important resource.

CCFL believes that all people are valued and should receive service that reflect and respect all aspects of diversity.

Contact Us


CCFL
P.O. Box 939
400 Potomac Street
La Plata, Maryland 20646
301-932-2737
301-932-2803 (fax) 

 freedomlanding.ccfl@gmail.com

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ON-SITE DAY PROGRAM SERVICES

Services empower individuals with skills and emotional support to remain in their community. A sense of personal worth and a sense of community are the "freedom landing" on which other skills are developed and enhanced. The ability to belong, make choices and decisions through problem-solving are the anticipated outcomes of group and unit participation. Individuals are involved in a variety of activities based on their needs and goals. Activities may include better management of personal hygiene, medical needs, financial planning, transportation, interpersonal skills, pre-vocational skills, and utilization of community services. On-site services are offered Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday each week from 8:30 am to 1:00 pm.

OFF-SITE COMMUNITY SUPPORT SERVICES

Based on need, services provide the individual with knowledge based assistance in daily living skills, which include: management of personal hygiene, cooking, housekeeping, bugeting/financial, and medication monitoring.  Community support services are provided to individuals at hours determined by the individual and the facilitator of service.  Staff typically visit a minimum of once weekly, and depending on consumer need could visit more frequently.

Eligibility for Service

1.  18 years of age or older

2.  A psychiatric diagnosis that meets priority population within the Maryland Public Mental Health System (PMHS)

3.  Maryland Medicaid or proof of application

4.  Charles County resident; parts of Prince George's County i.e., Accokeek, Brandywine area up to and including Brandywine Road; parts of St. Mary's County i.e., Charolotte Hall, Golden Beach and Wicomico areas; or own transportation