SPAN (Special Programs for Assessing Needs) is a group of programs under the auspices of the Office of Mental Health. SPAN provides an array of Behavioral Health services to individuals with a primary psychiatric diagnosis. Specialized services are available for individuals with a secondary diagnosis of intellectual disability.
PROS (Personalized Recovery Oriented Services) with behavioral health clinic services – is a rehabilitation program with available onsite clinic services. The program works with you to develop a personalized group of services and supports which assist you in achieving your life role goals so you can live the life you desire.
TBM (Transformed Business Model Program) – through reverse integrated and integrated employment opportunities the TBM assists individuals in moving into a vocational opportunity supportive of their abilities while assisting them in their recovery and reintegration into a work environment.
Article 31 Behavioral Health Clinic – provides comprehensive mental health clinic treatment services including psychiatry, individual therapy, family therapy, as well as medication management and associated laboratory tests.
Peer Advocacy – is a peer run support service that facilitates individuals to participate in community services, and inform them about their rights under the law.
To be eligible for Lifespire’s Mental Health services, an individual must have a primary psychiatric diagnosis and an IQ over 50. We primarily serve Queens and Southern Brooklyn residents.