These services focus on rehabilitation, recovery, and resilience.
They are designed to promote skills for coping with and managing behavioral health symptoms while learning how to use natural supports and community resources.
A great deal of this program focuses on using shared experiences to help people enhance the quality of their lives and support their recovery.
What might you do?
Learn how to advocate for yourself
Learn about existing supports and resources
Work on getting linked to various benefits
Work with someone has had similar experiences who will share how they have been able to achieve their recovery goals
Work with someone who can mentor (teach) you
Identify and participate in activities in your community that can help you build social supports
Learn how to access resources such as banks, transportation, joining clubs
Get help when transitioning from hospitals or other institutions
Develop crisis supports
Psychosocial Rehabilitation (PSR)
These services are designed to assist an individual in improving their abilities to the greatest degree possible in settings where they live, work, learn, and socialize.
Working towards and achieving person-centered goals and valued life roles are the primary aims of this service.
Develop skills to support your recovery and engage in your community.
What might you do?
Education about mental health and substance use disorders
Coping skills and stress reduction management
Problem solving skills training
Medication education and self-management training
Crisis prevention planning
Identify resources to return to school and assist in achieving GEDs and beyond
Identify barriers that have kept a from achieving goals and work to develop plans to overcome these barriers
Develop and strengthen independent living skills
Learn how to use community resources
Learn how to manage financial resources and benefits
Develop social skills
Identify emotional triggers and develop skills to deal with these
CORE intake form
Fill out the CORE intake form with the requested information and a ROME representative will be in contact with you.
Financial support for Recovery Options Made Easy, Inc. and its programs is provided by the New York State Office of Mental Health, U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, and the counties in our service area.
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