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Psychiatric Rehabilitation Program (PRP)

Promoting independence through training

Many individuals dealing with behavioral health problems need assistance in managing their daily living needs and maintaining their independence. At People United Behavioral Health, we support our clients by exposing them to community assistance that may constitute education, skills training, behavioral management, and more. Successful integration of these techniques helps individuals avoid community isolation and improvement of our clients’ ability to manage their own needs.

Here are services the following age groups may receive from us:

Adults (18 years old and above)

  • Symptom and illness management training
  • Community living and independent living skills training
  • Personal care training
  • Money management training
  • Social skills training
  • And more

Youth (5 years old and above)

  • Age-appropriate social skills development
  • Community social activities
  • Academic assistance
  • Peer support
  • Family education
  • School advocacy
  • Relationship building

Do you have more questions for us? Please let us know by sending us a message or giving us a call.