Mental Health

Lakeshore’s Mental Health Services include Blended Case Management, Mobile Medication Monitoring and Housing Support. We serve approximately 700 adults ages 18 and over who have serious and persistent mental illnesses.

All programs support individuals by providing flexible, racially, culturally appropriate, consumer directed services. The programs purpose is to allow individuals to succeed in his/her chosen environment, increase his/her independence and in turn maintain a sense of identity, dignity and self-esteem.

Our goal is to walk with people through their process of recovery as they seek to achieve a high quality of life. Services are provided throughout Erie County from both our Erie and Corry offices.

Blended Case Management

Blended Case Managers ensure continuity of care by providing service coordination which includes assisting consumers with treatment planning, developing a system of supports, accessing appropriate mental health and medical services and linking consumers to community services. 

Mobile Medication Monitoring

Medication Monitors work with individuals in developing knowledge of their medication. This includes medication routine, and how to communicate side effects and symptoms to the appropriate prescriber. Staff provide coaching in medication organization and effectively communicating with their physicians and pharmacy.

Housing Support

Staff work with individuals in their homes and in the community to provide coaching and assistance in daily living skills, money and household management, interpersonal skills, and relationships. They also work to establish a system of natural supports in the community. 

Sue Bennett


Many people who have mental illness experience some level of hopelessness because of their illness or the circumstances of their lives. We operate under the guiding principle that our job is to hold hope for those we serve until they are able to hold it for themselves.
--Sue Bennett
V.P. Mental Health Services