Psychiatric Rehabilitation Program

Empowering Recovery: Adult Psychiatric Rehabilitation Program

The T.I.M.E. Organization Inc. Adult Psychiatric Rehabilitation Program is a mental health recovery support program designed as an alternative to and prevention of inpatient psychiatric hospitalization.

Our PRP program addresses the psychiatric needs of the clients with a chronic mental illness. This population requires life skills development and moderate to intensive support to function independently in the community.

Time’s rehabilitation approach allows adult clients to identify self-directed goals and develop a plan on how to reach their goals. The clinical team is comprised of a Program Director, Licensed Rehabilitation Specialists, and Family Service Coordinators. Our clinical team ensures a consistent, safe and therapeutic environment for each client.

  • Alternative & prevention of inpatient hospitalization for the seriously mentally ill client or the developmentally disabled
  • Group 1:1 and family therapy
  • Assistance with addressing entitlements
  • Assistance with obtaining gainful employment
  • Life Skills Training and assistance
  • Individual Case Management
  • Focus on maintaining optimal mental and physical health
  • Specialized groups
  • Crisis intervention
  • Medication education
  • Evaluation & monitoring of safety & basic needs
  • Independent living skills management
  • On-going progress assessments
  • Discharge planning & follow-up
  • Relapse prevention


Clients receive 6 visits a month from our rehab coordinator for at least an hour for the duration of services. Clients are reassessed quarterly to ensure that treatment plans remain appropriate to address the current service needs.

Referral Process

Step 1

All potential clients MUST be referred by a licensed therapist.

Step 2

Upon receipt of the referral our rehab specialist will visit the home and conduct a mental health/daily living assessment

Step 3

The treatment plan will be designed based on the client’s diagnosis and assessment information; within 48 hours a Family Service Coordinator is assigned to the client to begin services.

Step 4

All adults must have a priority population diagnosis.