Our community-based rehabilitation services are specialized for clients who have prolonged mental health conditions and difficulty functioning. These services are carefully tailored to the needs of the individual and family with a focus on enhancing social & interpersonal skills, relationships, and coping strategies.
Psychosocial Rehabilitation (Group):
Psychosocial Rehabilitation is an intensive, structured outpatient treatment conducted in group settings and individually. Day treatment, combined with other outpatient treatments, can be an alternative to hospital-based treatment, or other out-of-home treatment settings, and can also facilitate transition back to the community following such placements. The focus is on restoration, rehabilitation, and support with the development of social/interpersonal skills, enhancing personal relationships, establishing support networks, and developing coping strategies and effective functioning in the consumer’s social environment including home, work, and school.
Psychosocial Groups for adults include fitness, creative writing, poetry, music, gardening, cooking, shopping, and men’s and women’s groups, Evidence based practice groups are also offered, such as WRAP (Wellness Recovery Action Plan), IMR (Illness Management and Recovery), KPF (Kansas Partnership of Families), and DRA (Dual Recovery Anonymous).
Psychosocial Rehabilitation (Individual):
Designed to assist in restoration, rehabilitation, and support of social/interpersonal skills, enhancing personal relationships, establishing support networks, and developing coping strategies and effective functioning in the client’s social environment including home, work, and school.
Supported Employment Services:
IPS Supported Employment is a program that assists individuals with mental illnesses in finding and maintaining meaningful employment in the community. This program works to locate employers that are interested in employing consumers, helps individuals search for jobs, and assists with job training. IPS (Individual Placement & Support) refers to evidence-based practice of supported employment. This program focuses on each client’s strengths and promotes recovery and wellness.
One-on-one support provided by Attendant Care staff to consumers to reinforce skills related to the usual activities of daily living. Attendant care workers help children and adults live and function in the least restrictive setting. By providing one-on-one supervision, the attendant care worker helps the client stay in the community and avoid hospitalization. This service also provides a positive relationship to help teach the client appropriate social skills.