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Psychosocial Rehabilitation

Psychosocial Rehabilitation (“PSR”) services are designed to help individuals manage and thrive independently and to improve their relationships with family, fellow workers and partners.


PSR is a skill-building and educational service that focuses on restoring and developing a personal skill set.

Through education and coaching, PSR enables clients to thrive in the home, school or work and community environment. While individual therapy’s target is education and processing that occurs in a one-hour weekly session, PSR is more than one hour per week. It is designed so that the learner can practice the skills being learned in real world situations at home as well as in the community. PSR specialists will work in the individual’s desired environment when appropriate and will involve a multi-disciplinary approach to managing their mental health symptoms and stressors. 


PSR Services Can Help

  • Alleviate symptoms and distress

  • Develop individual skills

  • Support to improve functioning

  • Promote personal safety

  • Support equal opportunities for community integration

What Skills Can I Learn In PSR?

Independent Living Skills

  • Maintaining Living Environment

  • Money Management/Budgeting

  • Food Planning and Preparation

  • Obtaining Transportation

  • Wellness Management (nutrition and health)

  • Managing daily living tasks

  • Personal Hygiene

  • Organization Skills

  • Decision Making Skills

Vocational Skills

  • Employment Assistance, Job Development

  • Work Readiness

  • Applying for College, Scholarships

  • Staying In School

Social Skills

  • Developing healthy and supportive social relationships

  • Participating within the community for life skills

  • Appropriate use of community services

  • Social Skills Training

Wellness/Health Management Skills

  • Understanding medications

  • Building medication management habits

  • Understanding diagnoses and mental health

  • Witness practices


We actively seek feedback from clients and their family members  so we can continue to provide clinically superior care in a safe, supportive, and structured environment where each person will be treated with kindness, dignity, and respect.

Our clients represent the multicultural/multilingual fabric of our community and constitute the majority of our total clients. 

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