Some people who struggle with mental illness and substance use also face housing challenges. We’re committed to providing community outreach, resources, and support to those struggling with homelessness and housing issues.
Tellurian applies a multi-step strategy to helping the unhoused, starting with outreach and following through to case management and living accommodations.
Tellurian’s Permanent Supportive Housing (PSH) provide case management for those experiencing homelessness, living with a diagnosed mental health disability, and entering an apartment at one of our 20+ dedicated sites in Dane County.
Residents get help with attending appointments and basic daily activities according to their service plan. Tellurian helps with medication management, round-the-clock symptom management, finding employment, and more. Residents also complete harm education courses that explore the benefits of changing, reducing, or eliminating high-risk behaviors.
Opioid dependence is a challenging and complicated condition, but it can be successfully treated; Suboxone® is the first prescription medication approved for this under the Drug Addiction Treatment Act of 2000. Suboxone® was developed to decrease the pain and discomfort of withdrawal and to decrease opiate cravings, blocking the effects of drugs like heroin, morphine, Vicodin, Oxycodone, and Oxycontin.
Suboxone® is not a “miracle cure.” Treating opioid dependence takes hard work! Feeling sadness, anxiety, and loneliness along the way is normal, but our team does everything we can to make joy and laughter part of the journey too. The Tellurian Suboxone® Treatment Program follows four distinct phases: