Mobile Psychiatric Rehabilitation is a nonclinical support program designed to assist individuals with a history or presence of a serious mental health diagnosis, to attain or enhance skills to support their recovery.
Recovery is a process of change through which individuals improve their health and wellness, live a self-directed life, and strive to reach their full potential.
This service focuses on each person’s strengths and supports to help them build skills they feel are needed to function in their chosen life roles.
Mobile Psychiatric Rehabilitation is delivered free of charge to McKean County adults, enrolled in Medical Assistance, with a history or presence of a serious mental health diagnosis and a desire to improve skills in living, learning, working, or social areas.
Services are delivered in the home and community by bachelor level staff through individual visits and group activities.
- Budgeting/household management
- Locating transportation
- Exploring interests and hobbies
- Use of community resources
- Physical activity
- Develop a Wellness Recovery Action Plan
- Your diagnosis and treatment options
- Medication side effects and drug interactions
- Identifying triggers and preventing relapse
- Reducing and preventing stress
- Dealing with change
- Coping with crisis
- Obtain your GED
- Explore options to further your education
- Enhance study and time management skills
- Assess your skills and interests
- Practice interviewing
- Develop a resume
- Explore employment opportunities
- Explore volunteer opportunities
- Increase participation in the community
- Explore social recreation opportunities
- Communication skills
- Self-esteem and confidence
- Build healthy relationships
- Strengthen parenting skills