Psychiatric Rehabilitation focuses
individuals with psychiatric disabilities to increase
their success and
satisfaction in roles and environments of their choice. The
University Model helps people choose, get, and keep the roles that are important to them in living,
learning, working and socializing environments.
staff member is certified for Psychiatric
Rehabilitation. The program is
by the state and presently serves 70 people. Three groups run daily and mobile
psychiatric rehabilitation is offered individually. Group topics revolve around
Connecting & Engaging, Illness/Wellness, Readiness, Choosing, Getting, and
Aurora, a division of
BCRC, was researched and developed
through the use of reinvestment dollars.
At present, it relies on
Value Behavioral Health billing as
its major source of income.
Individual Rehabilitation Plans are written quarterly and consumers
self-evaluate each group session. Through participation, some consumers are
living in different locations than where they started,
others are working, going back to school and enjoying their families and
communities more. We receive referrals from the Department of Public Welfare (MPP),
the Base Service Unit, Day Partial, private psychiatrists and word of mouth. The
eligible are those with serious mental illness and insured by
Value Behavioral Health.
The site in Beaver was chosen for
many reasons. It is centrally located in our county and provides a comfortable,
yet dignified setting. The site conveys a sense of worth to consumers as they
make choices in their recovery.
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