CBRS

The focus of our CBRS department is to improve the quality of life for people recovering from a severe and persistent mental illness. Assisting patients in meeting basic needs and ensuring their participation in the community. Our program provides a broad range of skill building services to people recovering from sever and persisted mental illnesses. Our team is constantly promoting recovery and improving the quality of life for many.

CBRS work is performed both in the home and in the community with the objective of reducing the impact of mental illnesses on patients’ lives and improve their quality of life.

CBRS meet one on one with patients on a regular basis and follow a carefully developed treatment plan in order to help clients build functional behaviors and coping skills for interaction with their surroundings.

CBRS workers provide assistance in gaining and utilizing skills necessary to function adaptively in home and community settings and attain or retain capability for independence. The treatment plans contain measureable and behaviorally specific objectives for individuals to lead a healthy and successful life.

Areas include:

  • Promote recovery from mental illness
  • Develop coping skills
  • Social and communications skills
  • Building social support
  • Improving & maintaining healthy lives
  • Crisis support
  • Symptom management