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Psychosocial Rehabilitation

How We Help

Psychosocial Rehabilitation (PSR) is a therapeutic day program that offers group and individual services aimed at building relationships and teaching independent living skills to maximize participants’ self-sufficiency and role function in the community.

Our Approach

Participants engage in the program anywhere between six months and two years depending on their individual needs and treatment goals. The program covers a wide range of topics, designed to help participants manage their mental illness, stay healthy, and increase their ability to live independently. The program meets Monday through Thursday, from 8:30 am to 2:30 pm. Breakfast and lunch are served daily, and several breaks are scheduled throughout the day. All services are provided in Spanish and English.

Experiences in the program:

  • Groups and individual skill building activities’

  • Attend local events and attractions

  • Recreational activities

  • Mental health advocacy opportunities

  • NAMI walk for mental health awareness

  • Visiting local museums and music events

Through group we learn: 

  • Coping Skills and Self Advocacy

  • Symptom Management for:

    • Depression, Anxiety, Bipolar Disorder, Schizophrenia

  • Medication Management

  • Healthy Living and Relationships

  • Social and Communication Skills

  • Safety at Home and in the Community

  • Money Management and Decision Making

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A hispanic female participant sitting talking with someone at a picnic table

"In PSR, I learned anger management, communication skills, and how to take care of my mental health. If it hadn’t been for Association House, I would probably be dead or living on the streets."

- Program Participant

Eligibility & Costs 

We provide services to individuals with Medicaid coverage at no cost to the participant. We accept all Medicaid plans. We are unable to accept any private insurance.

92% of participants will increase their understanding/knowledge regarding their mental illness and medicine management.

FAQs

  • Do you provide transportation?

    • We can help set up transportation.

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