First and foremost, our goal is to ensure that our patients get the most appropriate care, resources, and support to enjoy greater mental wellbeing and improve their quality of life. Case management helps make that all possible. By connecting a patient to the right resources at the right time and ensuring continuity of care across their treatments, we can help them write their story of recovery.

Amplifying the Stories that Often Go Unheard

Case management becomes even more important when Tellurian treats people facing homelessness. Without a permanent address, and sometimes without access to important documents, unhoused people may struggle to apply for the benefits that would qualify them for our housing programs. This is especially difficult and distressing when a behavioral health issue is clearly apparent in such an individual. Thankfully, Tellurian programs like PATH, our Transitional Housing Program (THP), our Permanent Supportive Housing (PSH), and Community Intervention Team (CIT) each make a point to include street outreach, case management, and community resource support.

Group Home Living

Our Acewood House and Crawford House are each licensed Class A Community-Based Residential Facilities (CBRF). They cater to individuals with a primary diagnosis of mental illness who are best served in a supportive, independent environment that’s staffed around the clock. 

Services for residents include symptom management, help with daily activities, development of independent living skills, healthy coping skills, and medication supervision. Group Homes offer individualized, person-centered treatment in a respectful, comfortable setting. The ultimate goal is increased independence and quality of life, equipping residents with skills, opportunities, motivation, empowerment, and connection to community resources. 

Sober Living

As healthy environments for a fresh start, we’re proud to offer the Sober Living options of Chandra’s House of Hope for women and Jeremy’s Place for men. These housing solutions are available to Tellurian patients who’ve already completed a 30-day course of treatment. Residents of both homes have chosen to continue receiving a level of structure and support – as well as the added accountability of living with peers in recovery.

Related Programs

Case Management & Housing Support Programs

Community Intervention Team (CIT)

Targeted case management for CCS-enrolled patients that provides crisis stabilization, medication management, money management, and housing coordination to patients living with mental illness and/or substance abuse.

Group Home

Class A Community-Based Residential Facilities (CBRF) with a mission of greater patient independence and quality of life. Group Homes offer skills, opportunities, empowerment, and resources.

Housing & Homeless Services

Case management and outreach services, providing those experiencing homelessness with the resources to obtain temporary or permanent housing solutions.

Madison Area Addiction Recovery Initiative (MAARI)

A Bureau of Justice Assistance initiative that refers people who overdose or are stopped for low-level, victimless offenses to behavioral drug treatment.


A street outreach team spanning Dane County, PATH helps those experiencing homelessness establish disability, acquire benefits, and find housing.

Peer Advocates In Recovery (PAIR)

Professionals who use their personal lived experience with mental health and/or substance use challenges to support those in treatment and demonstrate that recovery is possible.

Permanent Supportive Housing (PSH)

Case Management and accommodations for those coming from homelessness, living with a diagnosed mental health disability, and residing at one of our 20+ dedicated sites.

Rethke Housing

A housing complex offering case management services for its residents.

Single Room Occupancy Program (SRO)

Rooms for individuals experiencing homelessness who will eventually move into Permanent Supportive Housing (PSH).

Sober Living Home

Facilities where patients can form new habits in healthy environments. Chandra’s House of Hope and Jeremy’s Place are Sober Living Homes.

Transitional Housing Program (THP)

A Community-Based Residential Facility (CBRF) supporting residents experiencing homelessness and searching for housing, employment, and behavioral health services.