Recovery Statement

“Recovery is a personal and life-altering journey that provides hope for a better future by overcoming the barriers and obstacles that you may encounter.”

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7 8* Central Peer Connect at 12:30 pm
* Personal Stories at 2:00 pm
9 10 11 12* Art Committee at 10:00 am
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14 15 16* Recovery Work Group at 1:30 pm
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21 22 23 24 25 26 27* Wellness & Recovery Rocks at 8:30 am
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Psychiatric Rehabilitation Services Group List

DIALECTICAL BEHAVIOR THERAPY-

This form of treatment is to help individuals who have been diagnosed with Borderline Personality Disorder; and/or have significant difficulty with emotion regulation, relationships, distress tolerance, and focusing. Group members are required to commit to this form of treatment for a year. They attend a DBT Skills Group once weekly (usually held on Mondays from 9:30 am to 12:00 pm) and they meet with a DBT individual therapist 2-4 times monthly. Consumers in DBT are required to complete daily diary cards and to participate actively in services provided. A referral from the case manager is necessary for admission into this group, and there may be a waiting list as space is limited.

 

DUAL DIAGNOSIS EDUCATION GROUP-

This group offers education and support for persons with a serious mental illness and current substance abuse problems. Members in this group are encouraged to manage their mental illness while addressing ways to promote sobriety. A contingency management component is used in this group in which group members are encouraged to have regular group attendance, negative drug screens, and involvement in other support groups. This is a continuous group meeting each Thursday from 9:00 am to 10:30 am.  A referral from the case manager is necessary for admission into this group. A waiting list may occur.       

DUAL RECOVERY (MOD) GROUP-

This group is for persons who have a serious mental illness and a history of substance abuse problems.  Participants in this group have made a commitment to remain abstinent, and they focus on developing coping skills for maintaining their sobriety along with managing their mental illnesses. A contingency management component is used in this group in which group members are encouraged to have regular group attendance, negative drug screens, and involvement in other support groups. This is a continuous group meeting each Tuesday from 1:30pm to 3:00pm. A referral from the case manager is necessary for admission into this group.

 

FAMILY SUPPORT GROUP-

This group is for Chesterfield County family members & friends of adults who have serious mental illnesses. The group offers information, education and support to help families develop a stronger social network, increase their coping skills & knowledge, and develop an alliance amongst family members, professionals & consumers.  This is a continuous group meeting the second and fourth Tuesday of each month from 7:00pm to 8:30pm. Brandon Farmer (717-6528) is the contact person for this group.