Older Adult Specialized Services (OASiS) Program

Older Adult Specialized Services (OASiS) provides intensive home and community-based services to people age 60 and older who are struggling to maintain symptom stability, currently residing in a skilled nursing facility, are at imminent risk for hospitalization or placement in a skilled nursing facility. The program’s focus is to help individuals and their families stabilize and engage in their recovery. Based upon a needs assessment, OASiS can also serve adults under the age of 60 on a case by case basis.

OASiS also monitors Pre-admission and Resident Review (PASRR) level II requirements and services by providing trained Level II evaluators to assess the behavioral health needs of residents who will be entering nursing homes. This includes working with the nursing home facilities to increase their knowledge on how to follow these requirements and address the needs of their residents.

Services Offered by OASiS
• Individual and Family Therapy 
• Care Coordination 
• Crisis and safety planning and prevention 
• Psycho-education & Psychosocial Rehabilitation
• Coaching to develop coping and emotion regulation strategies
     & problem solving techniques 
• Medication evaluation and management 

Referral Sources: OASiS accepts referrals from community partners including but not limited to; mental health organizations, residential facilities, nursing homes, assisted living facilities, and hospitals.

Operational Hours (including afterhours contacts): Direct services are offered Monday-Friday 8:00am-5:00pm, with 24 hours 7 days a week access to the Colorado Crisis Services support line and through our Center’s Crisis Services. The team is flexible to meet afterhours needs where indicated.