Adult Psychiatric Rehabilitation Program (PRP)

Adult PRP services are available to those individuals who are 18 years of age and older, who are receiving mental health services from a physician or licensed clinician, who have or are eligible for medical assistance*, and who meet criteria for a priority population mental health diagnosis**.  Services are offered in multiple settings/combination of settings in order to best meet the needs of the client (i.e. onsite day program, offsite outings, in-home, etc.).  Following a period of assessment which evaluates client strengths and preferences, individualized rehabilitation goals are implemented.

Target areas may include but are not limited to the following:

Development of natural supports through increased opportunities for socialization

Connection to community resources

Navigation of the entitlement system
(i.e. SSA, DSS, local housing agencies)/Case management

AdvocacyLife skills training (i.e. grooming, hygiene, nutrition, dietary
planning, budgeting/money management, self-administration of medication)

Development of crisis management and wellness self-management/recovery related skillsAssistance with scheduling and maintaining appointments

Coordination of care with other providers/treatment team members (i.e. therapist, psychiatrists, PCP, substance abuse providers, specialists)

Mobility skills training (i.e. assistance with applying for various forms of reduced cost transportation, assistance with understanding the bus system, etc.)

Other areas of need as identified

Vocational Program

The Vocational Program is available to individuals 17 years of age and older that are receiving mental health services from a doctor or licensed clinician and are eligible to receive Medical Assistance. The Vocational Program is designed to assist those qualifying individuals with meeting their employment goals in a manner consistent with their strengths and preferences. Following a period of assessment and evaluation, an Individualized Vocational Plan will be implemented to assist participants in reaching their employment goals.

Target areas may include, but are not limited to the following:​

Vocational assessment of strengths and preferences

*Resume and cover letter development

*Mock interviewing and professional communication skills

*Assistance with the application processJob coaching (both on and off-site)Employer and benefits counseling

*Individualized Vocational Plan developmentNetworking and leveraging natural supports

Job TrainingCareer


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