Resource Facilitation Services

Daybreak was established to help individuals with a diagnosed mental illness to retain as much independence as possible while engaging with the communities in which they live. The services we offer in the Mat-Su Valley continue to support that mission, expanding and changing as needed to meet the evolving requirements of our clients.

Three primary service lines are available through Daybreak. Each is unique and designed to meet the needs of a specific population. Binding them together, however, is our ongoing commitment to help the people we work with to achieve personal success, overcome stigmas and live life as fully and completely as possible.

Mental Health Resource Facilitation

Our mental health resource facilitators are designed to ensure that those with a diagnosed mental illness are able to receive the level of care needed.  This includes assisting adults to locate housing, employment, mental health and medical care providers and other needs.

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Traumatic Acquired Brain Injury (TABI)

Adults who have sustained a traumatic acquired brain injury may also be diagnosed with a mental illness related to that injury. Daybreak resource facilitators work with patients and their healthcare providers to locate and link to needed services.

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Reentry Resource Facilitation Services

In an effort to reduce recidivism among formerly incarcerated individuals and im-prove community safety, Daybreak participates in the Valley Reentry Partners program. Our resource facilitation professionals work with these returning citizens to find appropriate housing, work and other services.

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Our Difference

What sets our mental health resource facilitation services apart? Quite simply, the way they are delivered. Each of our resource facilitators works with clients on an individual basis, helping those clients create their own plan for recovery. They then provide one-on-one support in the community as necessary, making connections to services, accompanying their clients to appointments, visiting with them in their homes and advocating for them as necessary. They also hold clients accountable for working their plan to keep them fully involved in the process.