PSYCHOSOCIAL REHABILITATION SERVICES
Psychosocial services are services which aim to address the ongoing psychological and social needs of individuals. Our Psychosocial Rehabilitation Program is designed to prepare members to function as actively, adaptively, and independently in society as possible and appropriate. The service assists members to strengthen, restore and/or develop the necessary individual skills, abilities and environmental supports to improve their personal, social, family, occupational/educational lives, and overcome the isolation and withdrawal experienced by the seriously mentally ill adults and emotionally disturbed children and adolescents. This service will help our members assume responsibility over their lives and behaviors, and improve their general well-being.
Our Psychosocial Rehabilitation Services are individualized and directly related to the member’s strengths, needs, level of functioning, and preferences. These services help members identify, cope with, or eliminate functional deficits and interpersonal barriers created by their disabilities, and address their short and long-term goals. Services can be provided on a short or long-term basis. When services are provided three (3) or more days per week, a calendar outlining scheduled activities and hours shall be posted and available to our members.
Our Short Term program services will be very intensive and hands on. The program will be 90-120 day program that consist of 3-5 contacts a week. The focus will be on substance abuse and anger management.