Starting Point Psychosocial Rehabilitation

Daily life can present a challenge when severe mental or emotional illnesses are present. That is why we offer a Psychosocial Rehabilitation program to help our clients learn to live on their own and make healthy choices.

Our Psychosocial Rehab Program helps clients with health, self-care, relationships, job skills and more. The program provides intervention and support to prevent the rise of symptoms. We help keep frequent hospitalizations at bay. Through this rehab program we can assess the need for more restrictive housing.

Our socialization program offers the following groups:

  • Daily Living Skills - addresses food, nutrition, shopping, housekeeping, money management, safety skills and other skills necessary for eventual independent living.
  • Interpersonal Skills - Cooperation, communication, intimate relationships, problem-solving and decision making.
  • Health and Wellness - Addresses symptom/illness and stress management, exercise and fitness, first aid and relaxation.
  • Vocational - Topics include job readiness, task skills, letter writing, improving concentration, resume writing, internet job searching and community resources.
  • Leisure - Opportunity to participate in activities such as sports walks, gardening, as well as hobbies and crafts of their own choosing. Structured social outings to various points of local interest.
  • Supported employment services.