Psychosocial Rehabilitation (PSR)
Psychosocial Rehabilitation (PSR)
For some, recovery from mental illness is a long and especially challenging road. For adults with Severe and Persistent Mental Illness (SPMI), Monarch provides Psychosocial Rehabilitation (PSR). PSR utilizes evidence-based practices to empower individuals with the skills they need to serve as active members of their community. PSR staff members work with people in a group setting where positive peer support is part of the healing initiative. Group sessions are designed to increase self-confidence, maintain mental stability, develop employment opportunities, and seek out increased community interaction.
The beneficiary is eligible for this service when ALL of the following apply:
- There is an Axis I or II diagnosis present
- Level of Care Criteria
- The beneficiary has impaired role functioning that adversely affects at least two of the following:
- Management of financial affairs
- Ability to procure needed public support services
- Appropriateness of social behavior, or
- Activities of daily living
- The beneficiary’s level of functioning may indicate a need for psychosocial rehabilitation if the beneficiary has unmet needs related to recovery and regaining the skills and experience needed to maintain personal care, meal preparation, housing, or to access social, vocational and recreational opportunities in the community.
* PSR cannot be provided during the same authorization period with the following services: partial hospitalization and ACT.
Direct: (704) 986-1535, Fax: (866) 786-3759
What sets Monarch PSR services apart?
Monarch’s PSR services seek to empower and create sustainable changes within the mental healthcare system and to ensure independence. The focus is on what the individual wants to achieve and to help them live as independently as possible within their community. Our teams are highly trained, supportive and responsive.
Service Description - Club Horizon (PSR)
Monarch’s Club Horizon is a Psychosocial Rehabilitation (PSR) program that provides support and assistance for adults with diagnosis of serious and persistent mental illness. Providing services since September 2004, Club Horizon promotes recovery, self-reliance, and friendship through programs of rehabilitation and community support. The program is committed to the philosophy that individuals with even the most severe psychiatric illness are able to live in the community independently and be respected as neighbors, coworkers and friends.
Same as other PSRs (see above).
What sets Monarch’s Club Horizon service apart?
Each day Club Horizon offers opportunities for people with mental illness to contribute to something larger than themselves. We believe that each person has talents, skills and abilities they may use to enrich their lives and the lives of others. Together, members and staff of Club Horizon build confidence, face challenges and experience personal growth.
Quote from a Club Horizon Volunteer
“I originally began volunteering at Club Horizon because I have members of my immediate family diagnosed mental illnesses (both are now deceased). When I learned of Club Horizon, I thought a clubhouse like this would have benefitted them greatly. Both were at their best when they had a schedule to keep and meaningful activities. I continue volunteering because of these reasons, and because I have formed wonderful relationships with members and staff, and I really enjoy my time at the clubhouse.” – Ron Tucceri