Oak Run is a Class AS, 8-bed, co-ed state licensed Community Based Residential Facility (CBRF). Oak Run offers an abundance of space and privacy for our residents. We are proud to offer private bedrooms on first and second floor levels with various common and entertainment rooms. Residents rarely occupy a double-bedroom unless their specific needs require a double-occupancy.
Oak Run provides 24-hour awake supervision and monitoring, resident specific programming, and a plethora of services. Oak Run is nestled amongst a wooded serene country setting that incorporates a soothing and relaxing environment for our residents. We take pride in our intensive staff training program.
Each resident receives an initial resident specific assessment, with referral and a 30-day temporary individual service plan (ISP) upon the time of admission. After admission, staff conduct a 30-day assessment and then implements a complete detailed ISP incorporating the resident's needs. Residents are also provided with an Independent Living Skills Program, which emphasizes resident activities of daily living to train, enhance, and support the resident's abilities with household chores; personal laundry; room maintenance; meal planning and preparation; social skills; fiscal management; community integration; mental health management; recovery; and constructive activities.
Each resident is specifically matched with a monetary and/or alternative reward program for meeting their daily goals. Depending on the resident's individual needs and abilities, Oak Run also provides assistance, referral, and support with request for vocational, educational, and spiritual desires, keeping in mind the resident's treatment conditions as determined via joint communication and efforts with the resident's treatment providers.
Oak Run provides residents with a weekly activity schedule identifying various offered constructive activities, therapeutic groups, and recreational outings that incorporate community integration. Staff documents each residents' daily progress to better identify symptoms and areas of concern in order to obtain services, treat, and implement record of prompt and adequate treatment.
Deer Path Integrated Living, Inc. / PO BOX 10, Necedah, WI 54646
Copyright © 2013-2021 DPIL - All Rights Reserved