The Psychosocial Rehabilitation Program (PSR) of GPS helps reintroduce individuals into the community. Many individuals who participate in the PSR skill building program have histories of multiple psychiatric hospitalizations.
Individuals who take part in PSR programs develop skills to:
Independent living skills, including coping with life stressors, self-management of behavioral symptoms, self-management of medication, interpersonal relations and social-occupational skills.
Skills to maintain community adjustments without structured intervention.
Skills to foster generalization of new skills learning to other community settings
Find and maintain meaningful employment or explore career employment issues
Individuals are offered diverse groups that focus on the skills needed to maintain community living. Programs and activities are updated regularly to respond to the needs of program participants. Individuals participate in many community activities that help with community integration.
PSR services are recovery focused and teach individuals the skills necessary to live, learn and work successfully in the community.
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