Clients are provided with opportunities for social, recreational, and vocational activities where participants learn and improve skills needed to succeed in these environments. Illness management, recovery classes, and the group environment teach clients how to live and function independently. PSR also provides needed prevocational services that teach preparedness for competitive employment.
Educational topics include personal health, self-care, symptom management, relationships, etc. Hands-on learning is emphasized and clients will engage in activities such as yoga, physical exercise, peer connectedness, and out-of-agency activities.
Clients must meet the eligibility requirements for CPR and SCL admission requirements. Most clients receive or qualify for disability income, as well as Medicaid and or Medicare.