History

The Valeo Community Residence Program provides long term residential and transitional care to adults with mental illness who require a supportive living environment. Residents participate and receive assistance with daily living needs, personal, social, and interpersonal goals. Additional comprehensive mental health services such as Psychotherapy, Medication Management, Supported Employment, and Supported Education are available through our affiliate, Valeo Behavioral Health Care.

Valeo Community Residence Program is a private, non-profit corporation that was originally established by The Menninger Clinic in 1987. Valeo acquired the program in July 2001 when Menninger relocated to Houston, Texas. Valeo continues the tradition of providing exceptional state-of-the-art services to meet complex health needs. The Community Residence Program includes two upscale homes located in residential neighborhoods in Topeka, Kansas: Sharp House and Frazier House.

The Valeo Community Residence Program Annex Program is an option for individuals with independent living skills. Annexers live independently in the community and utilize the program as recommended by the treatment team based on their need for daily or weekly supports and activities such as groups.

Valeo Community Residence Program is licensed by the State of Kansas Department of Aging and Disabilities.

For more information about our program e-mail: info@valeocrp.org.

 

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