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Psychosocial Rehabilitation Services (PRS) are designed to prepare clients to function as actively, adaptively, and independently in society as possible and appropriate. The service that we offer will assist clients to strengthen, restore and/or develop the necessary individual skills, abilities and environmental supports to improve their personal, social, family, occupational/educational lives, and overcome the isolation and withdrawal experienced by the seriously mentally ill adult clients and emotionally disturbed children and adolescents. This service will help the clients assume responsibility over their lives and behaviors, and improve their general well being. The services that we provide are individualized and directly related to the client’s strengths, needs, level of functioning, and preferences. These services help the clients identify, cope with, or eliminate functional deficits and interpersonal barriers created by their disabilities, and address their short and long term goals. Services are provided at least five days a week for a minimum of five hours each day.

Family Care homes are residences for aged and disabled adults who may require 24-hour supervision and assistance with personal care needs. People in family care homes typically need a place to live, some help with personal care (such as dressing, grooming and keeping up with medications), and some limited supervision. Medical care may be provided on occasion but is not routinely needed. Medication may be given by designated, trained staff.

Group homes with the designation of MH homes are designed to serve the adult consumer whose primary diagnosis is mental illness. This setting has as a primary function the improvement of the member’s daily living skills and the promotion of community integration. In addition, the member is given the opportunity learn and practice strategies that will assist with symptom management and reduction. 

Outpatient Behavioral Health Services focus on reducing psychiatric and behavioral symptoms in order to improve the member’s functioning in familial, social, educational, or occupational life domains. Outpatient behavioral health services are available to member's of all ages and often involve the participation of family members, significant others, and legally responsible person(s) as applicable, unless contraindicated.