Resilient. Together.

MADO Healthcare partners with persons who live with mental illness to offer hope in recovery and wellness.

The MADO Healthcare family is built on the values of compassion, integrity, service and advocacy. Care Teams embody these values, and they serve as the foundation of the evidence-based programs and services offered at the centers.

Recovery is the expectation for each person. Achieving resilience – together, is the greatest hope.


Programs and Services

Recovery and Rehabilitation Program

Learn more about the Recovery & Rehabilitation Program

A community that supports recovery, wellness, and symptom management. Clients work to achieve goals they identify, while receiving therapeutic services to improve life skills and self-advocacy. Learn more about the Recovery & Rehabilitation Program.

Transitional Living Program

Learn more about the Transitional Living Program

Support for individuals to enhance the practice of independent living skills and facilitate community integration and greater independence. Learn more about the Transitional Living Program.

Crisis Stabilization Program

Learn more about the Crisis Stabilization Program

Intensive treatment in a comfortable setting for individuals in psychiatric crisis. An alternative to unnecessary inpatient hospitalization, where clients receive support to stabilize their condition to health and wellness. Learn more about the Crisis Stabilization Program.

Skilled and Intermediate Nursing Care

Skilled and intermediate nursing care is offered at MADO Healthcare Uptown

Skilled and intermediate nursing care services for persons living with mental health and chronic physical conditions are offered at MADO Healthcare – Uptown.

Looking for support?

Contact us today if you think MADO Healthcare can help!

MADO Healthcare supports each person in their individual pursuits of wellness. MADO Healthcare provides evidence-based services for adults (18 years of age or older) who live with a serious mental illness, who may also live with one or more chronic physical health challenges and/or a substance use disorder.

Persons eligible for MADO Healthcare services must be a Medicaid or both Medicaid and Medicare recipient, or a private pay client.

Alyson Woody

Director of Outreach and Admissions

Contact Alyson

News and Updates

September 19, 2017

In Full Bloom

“To nurture a garden is to feed not just the body, but the soul.” –Alfred Austin In Spring of 2017, MADO Healthcare-Douglas Park planned and […]
September 11, 2017

A Life Restored

With reflective confidence, Mike Callahan shares his journey to wellness.  “You guys gave me a life again.” He continues to open-up about his illness and […]