Psychosocial Rehabilitation

Psycho-social Rehabilitation offers each consumer a way to “try again.”

Many consumers with emotional and behavioral concerns experience crisis, which leads to re-hospitalization or incarceration. Psycho-social Rehabilitation offers each consumer a way to “try again” after the crisis. Advocacy and resource development is provided in order to minimize the initial stressors experienced by each consumer. Consumers are able to achieve semi-stable lifestyles once they learn how to move beyond their critical problems. Consumers learn how to express their emotions with family and friends and become involved in group activities. 

Psycho-social Rehabilitation provides intervention and learning activities for consumers in the areas of:

  • Anger Management
  • Managing symptoms
  • Problem Solving
  • Creative Arts
  • Basic and Advanced Conversational Skills
  • Depression Management
  • Cognitive Skills
  • Goal Setting
  • Community Living
  • Medication Management
  • Social Relationships Building
  • Relapse Prevention