A new resident moved in with severe mental health challenges. Her brother and his wife are residents here came to resident service coordinator's office pleading too please get his sister some help. He stated that her mental state has caused division with the family, no one wants her around, and he is left to care for her. He watches her because men have been known to take advantage of her. He stated that she needed help immediately. Residents were standoffish toward her; because her out of control behavior. Resident was being torment with a lot of hallucinations and delusions. Resident service coordinator was able to refer resident to one of the partnerships, Emory Fuqua Late-Life Depression/ Atlanta Regional Commission. A Behavior Health Coach was assigned to resident case and assessed her. She was connected to some of their resources and received immediately treatment. This resident is a different person. She is well mannered, communicable, sweet, appreciative, and actively involved. She has reestablished a relationship with her family. She is now invited to family gatherings and even trusted to babysit her nieces and nephews. She has a sense of love, belongingness, control, and self- worth. The family and residents have peace, comfortability, and friendship. You will see her daily outside conversating with other residents. She is so happy and I am so proud of her.