Program Overview

What is PSR?

Psychosocial Rehabilitation (PSR) helps individuals grow beyond the effects of mental illness and substance abuse. It is a recovery program designed to help individuals to recover from mental illness and substance abuse. Part of the recovery process is to build a quality of life which might be achieved through education, employment, volunteer opportunities, developing social interactions, participation in hobbies or pursuing the arts.

PSR supports a client to make changes in their values, goals, knowledge, skills, life roles, and self image. Due to these changes clients no longer see themselves as the diagnosis they were given but as the person they are and can live rich and rewarding lives.


The program is client-centered and follows the basic concepts of recovery and empowerment, with an emphasis on self-help. PSR embraces the following:

  • Instilling Hope
  • Empowerment through participation
  • Identifying and building on strengths
  • Connecting with others in the community
  • Utilizing local resources

Mission Statement

PSR offers support and skill development that is needed for the severe and persistent mental illness and dually diagnosed in recovery and resiliency. Successful rehabilitation involves establishing or returning to a functional meaningful and as a member of the community.


We envision a future where everyone with a mental illness will recover, a future when mental illness can be prevented and cured, a future when mental illness is detected early and a future when everyone with a mental illness at any stage of life has access to effective treatment and supports-essentials for living and learning. "We can reference President Counsel on Mental Health" Look


  • All people have the capacity to learn and grow.
  • PSR interventions build on the strength of each person.
  • PSR helps people re-establish their role in the community.
  • PSR services are accessible and available as along as needed.


The goals of the program is to help individuals develop social competency and personal independence, helping individuals to gain confidence, self respect and a positive purpose so that they can lead rewarding lives despite their condition.