Homestead Place is a 4 bed, intensive support group home, in northern Chapel Hill, for adults with severe and persistent mental illness. We strive to empower our clients to live life in the least restrictive environment possible, while giving them a feeling of autonomy, safety and belonging.
Residents are active participants in their treatment plan development and work daily on reaching their goals of stabilization, self-care (mental & physical), medication compliance, and independent living skills. Reducing hospital utilization is a cornerstone of our resident’s goal planning.
We achieve this through supportive prevention and early intervention of the first signs of psychological decompensation. We work closely with our residents’ treatment teams to monitor their progress.
Our residents participate in therapeutic, goal orientated day-time activities, including attending Club Nova and volunteering in the community. Residents at Homestead Place assist with meal preparation, shopping, and other activities of daily living. We hope that residents will consider this their home and stay awhile.
Jemel Sutton (919) 240-5016
Location: Chapel Hill, NC
Capacity: 4 beds
Eligibility: 18yrs or older adults with severe and persistent mental illness such as, schizophrenia, bi-polar, or severe depression. We are a co-ed facility. Clients from Orange, Person, & Chatham counties are given priority for admission
Staff at Booth Rd
Staff ratio: 4:1 The staff members at Homestead Place are trained in CPR, First Aid, and Medication Administration, in addition to other specialized topics that for this population, including suicide prevention and crisis intervention. We do not use restraints of any kind or seclusion.
This is not a locked facility. Staff will transport clients to medical appointments and participate in treatment team meetings. Third shift staff is awake and available to clients during the night.
YES! We encourage clients to pursue the waiting list.
Homestead Place was licensed in late 2005 and placed its first resident in January 2006. It is the only group home of this level in Orange, Person, and Chatham counties.