Mental Health Skill-Building is a goal-directed service for adults with significant psychiatric illnesses who are struggling to live independently and/or successfully within the community. The counselors work with each individual to develop a person-centered treatment plan which focuses on tasks such as activities of daily living, functional skills, medication management, monitoring health/physical condition, and use of community resources. The counselor will also conduct Service Coordination between the other professionals involved in the individual’s care. This service is available for adolescents (up to age 21), but they must be living independently in order to qualify.