Psycho-Social Rehabilitation

The goal of the Psycho-Social Rehabilitation (PSR) program is to assist participants in developing and enhancing skills for living a life of hope and accomplished dreams. Our PSR supports participants in doing so by providing classes and workshops in the following life domains

  • Mental and Physical Wellness
  • Spirituality and Values
  • Vocational Pursuits
  • Educational Pursuits

Classes and workshops are facilitated by well trained staff in the principals and philosophies of recovery and wellness. Each class and workshop is small in size, creating an intimate; personalize setting to work with each participant at their level of abilities.

We offer a friendly environment that is based on instilling hope and empowering its participants for opportunities for personal growth. Our services focus on the strengths, talents, abilities of each participant for promoting success on an individual and community level.

Our PSR program offers rehabilitation “activities” throughout the day and week that promote recovery and wellness in the following area: self-discovery, socialization, promoting self-worth and confidence, setting and obtaining personal goals, instilling hope and having a vision, encouraging community integration and involvement, building family and natural supports, and developing and exploring education and employment goals.

PSR Groups Include

  • Pre-Employment Activities and Readiness
  • Sober Support
  • Computer Skills
  • Life Skills
  • Fitness/Wellness
  • Ready for Recovery
  • Career Planning
  • Interpersonal Skills
  • Social-Recreational Activities

Recovery Interventions

A team of rehabilitation specialists works with each participant on their own individual recovery treatment plan and goals and provides the supports, education and interventions needed to achieve them. The staff assists individuals in their own recovery by providing the following interventions:

  • Illness Management and Recovery Curriculums
  • Wellness Recovery Action Plan
  • Use of Mindfulness Techniques (Stress/Anxiety /Reduction) Anger Management
  • Creative and Therapeutic Journaling
  • Community Inclusion Activities
  • Use of Recovery Philosophies and Principles
  • Peer-to-Peer facilitated groups
  • Role Play and Scenarios
  • Engagement of Natural Supports
  • Resource Linkage
  • Case Management

How do you get started?

For more information, or if you feel that you, or someone that you know may need PSR services, please contact the PSR Program Supervisor directly at 704-319-7642 and they will be glad to assist you.

To make a direct referral, please call our Admissions Coordinators at 704-319-7636 or 704-319-7615 and they will schedule you for an initial Assessment appointment.

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