As a psychiatric Rehabilitation Program, we offer group activities on-site, as well as opportunities for education including but not limited to: chronic health monitoring skills, daily living skill development and etc. off-site service include but not limited to: home visits, attending appointments as necessary and set out in person-centered treatment plan. By choosing “Both On-Site and Off-site” you are not requiring participating in both types, but have it as an option for treatment.

Skill classes will be modeled on Boston University Center for Psychiatric Rehabilitation’s template on group learning: Tell, show, do. Staff will instruct participants how to implement a skill, give examples of how to implement a skill and then allow the participant to practice a skill. The program will then give opportunities for program participants to practice new skills in the community. For example, a PRP worker/Councilor might take a group of clients on a food shopping trip to practice their skills in developing a shopping list and fulfilling the list in the most economical means available.

Other classes such as:

  • Anger management and coping skills class.
  • Nutrition/Cooking Class: – promote healthy food choices and active lifestyle through instruction and use of exercise equipment.
  • Essential Parenting skills class.

Self-Care Training

  • Personal hygiene
  • Nutrition
  • Planning and cooking meals
  • Managing medications
  • General health care promotion
  • Personal safety

Social Skills Training

  • Interpersonal skills
  • Communication
  • Socialization
  • Recreation

Independent Living and Community Living Skills Training

  • Maintaining housing
  • Utilizing community resources
  • Transportation and mobility training
  • Personal finance and budgeting

Illness Management Skills Training

  • Understand and deal with mental illness as a disease
  • Deal with symptoms and each person’s unique challenges of daily living
  • Medication education
  • How to recover your sense of self and your life in spite of having an illness

Wellness Recovery Action Plan (WRAP) including:

  • Wellness Toolbox
  • Daily Maintenance Plan
  • Identifying Triggers and an Action Plan
  • Identifying Early Warning Signs and an Action Plan
  • Identifying When Things Are Breaking Down and an Action Plan
  • Crisis Planning
  • Post Crisis Planning
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