Severe mental illness can affect anyone. Mental illness is a form of disability limiting social, emotional, and personal development. These limitations require residential care and intensive rehabilitation for some individuals.
Through therapeutic education, residents learn and work on the following goals:
- Managing psychiatric symptoms
- Developing trusting relationships with professionals and others
- Setting meaningful personal goals for increased independence
- Problem solving related to daily conflicts and concerns
- Discovering ways to reduce and prevent relapse
- Learning how to seek out healthy and productive emotional and social experiences
Our program promotes dignity, self-worth, and independence. Our staff works closely with each resident through an individualized rehabilitation plan. These rehabilitation plans identify and promote personal strengths and instruct residents in specific skills for productive living.