About Us

MIRCI was founded in 1960 as a social rehabilitation program offering activities that help the recovering person obtain self-confidence, become better adjusted, and live independently within the community. Over the years, the programs of MIRCI have expanded to include:


  • REPRESENTATIVE PAYEE PROGRAM (Financial management for individuals in need of assistance in managing social security disability benefits.)
  • SUPPORTIVE HOUSING PROGRAM (Permanent housing program for individuals with mental illness, with on-site supportive and clinical services.)
  • BENEFITS ASSISTANCE (Provides assistance to individuals in applying for and maintaining disability benefits.)
  • HOMEBASE PROGRAM (Housing program for homeless individuals, unaccompanied youth and families with children who need intensive
    therapeutic services.)
  • HOMELESS OUTREACH PROGRAM (Provides access to behavioral healthcare, referrals to shelter and housing providers.)
  • BEHAVIORAL HEALTHCARE, PSYCHIATRISTS and ASSERTIVE COMMUNITY TREATMENT (ACT) TEAM SERVICES (Provides intensive behavioral health care interventions and support services that are designed to assist individuals
  • with severe and persistent mental illness live independently in the community.)
  • YOUTH DROP-IN CENTER (Serves youth between the ages of 17-24 who are experiencing or at risk of homelessness by providing access to basic needs, behavioral healthcare, and referral to community partners for housing, medical, legal, education, and employment resources.)