Community Based Rehabilitation Services (CBRS) is a program in which participants learn specific skills that foster rehabilitation and recovery (formerly PSR). CBRS offers a wide range of skill-building services to adults recovering from a severe and persistent mental illness. Participants work one-on-one with a CBRS worker both in their homes and in the community to enhance skills needed to reduce the impact their mental illness has on their life.
Our treatment plans are guided by the participant’s goals. Not only do we believe that everyone has the right to lead a successful, fulfilling life, we believe that everyone has the right to self-determination and to choose what outcomes they want from services.
A CBRS worker may work with a participant in areas including:
Communication and Social Skills
Problem Solving Skills
Maintaining Social Support Relationships
Building on Social Supports
Many other skills necessary to lead a full life
A recipient generally meets with their CBRS worker on a weekly basis. Plans can be amended to meet more or less frequently based on the individual needs of the recipient.
In order to receive Community Based Rehabilitation Services, participants must be 18 or older and have a serious and persistent mental illness, and whose circumstances meet managed care level of care guidelines.
If you are a new or returning client, please fill out our New Client Application by clicking here.