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PSR (Psychosocial Rehabilitation Program) Components

Southeastern Behavioral Healthcare Services Psychosocial Rehabilitation Program (PSR) is designed to help adults with psychiatric disabilities increase their functioning so that they can be successful and satisfied in the environments of their choice with the least amount of ongoing professional intervention.

PSR focuses on skill and resource development related to life in the community and to increasing the participant’s ability to live as independently as possible, to manage their illness and their lives with as little professional intervention as possible, and to participate in community opportunities related to functional, social, educational and vocational goals.

PSR helps an Individual to make changes in their values, goals, knowledge, skills, life roles, and self image. Due to those changes, an individual may no longer see themselves as the diagnosis they were given, but as the person they are and can live rich and rewarding lives.

The PSR program is individual-based and follows the basic concepts of recovery and empowerment with an emphasis on self-help. The overall goal of PSR is to help the individual develop social competency and personal independence. It also helps individuals to gain confidence, self-respect and a positive purpose so that they can lead rewarding lives despite their condition.

Expected Outcome

This service includes interventions that address the functional problems associated with complex or complicated conditions related to mental illness. These interventions are strength-based and focus on promoting recovery, symptom stability, increased coping skills and achievement of the highest level of functioning in the community.

The focus of interventions is the individualized goals related to addressing the beneficiary’s daily living, financial management, and personal development; developing strategies and supportive interventions that will maintain stability; assisting beneficiaries to increase social support skills that ameliorate life stresses resulting from the beneficiary’s mental illness.

Program Support Overview

There should be a supportive, therapeutic relationship between the provider, beneficiary, and family which addresses or implements interventions outlined in the Person Centered Plan (PCP) in ANY of the following skills development, educational, and pre-vocational activities:

  • Community living, such as housekeeping, shopping, cooking, use of transportation facilities, money management;
  • Personal care such as health care, medication self-management, grooming;
  • Social relationships;
  • Use of leisure time;
  • Educational activities which include assisting the beneficiary in securing needed education services such as adult basic education and special interest courses; or
  • Prevocational activities which focus on the development of positive work habits and participation in activities that would increase the participant’s self-worth, purpose and confidence; these activities are not to be job specific training.

PSR Individuals Can Also Receive:

  • Outpatient Therapy Individual
  • Outpatient Therapy with Family and Individual
  • Outpatient Therapy with Family w/o Individual

Services Provided

Forensic Evaluations / Screenings
Partial Hospitalization
Anger Management
Behavioral Disorders
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
Conduct Disorders
Marriage and Family Counseling
Stress Management
Substance Abuse


Monday thru Friday
8:00 am – 7:00 pm

Lumberton Office (Corporate Office)
3581 Lackey Street
Lumberton, NC 28360
Phone: (910) 738-5023
Fax: (910) 738-1451

Maxton Office
109 West Central St
Maxton, NC 28364
Office: (910) 844-2267
Fax: (910) 390-4307

Raeford Office
310 Harris Ave
Raeford, NC 28376
Office: (910) 848-2267
Fax: (910) 248-6571

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