COVID-19 Update: We are now conducting tele-therapy. Contact Intake for details: 914-613-0700 x7051.
PROS is a comprehensive rehabilitative program for adults who have serious mental illness. The goal is to help participants achieve personal levels of satisfaction for employment, education, housing, relationships, and community involvement. PROS is for people who are 18 years and older.
Recovery counselors work with participants to develop an individual recovery plan that aligns with the individual's life goals and objectives. Participants choose which of the 70+ weekly PROS courses are best suited to help them achieve their plan.
Courses and services include wellness self-management, psychiatric care, group and individual psychotherapy, music therapy, basic living skills, community exploration, career and employment planning, relapse prevention, health education, dual disorder treatment, tobacco cessation, gardening and nutrition, art, dance exercise, and many others. Participants appreciate our spacious, attractive setting, complete with an outdoor terrace garden, and computer lab. Breakfast and lunch are provided daily at no cost.
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At PROS, learning and recovery is a supportive, community experience. Special events include karaoke days and guest lectures on topics such as graphics and animation, gardening and nutrition, and music and song writing. PROS participants are encouraged to explore their feelings and discover themselves through various platforms (art, music, written word, spoken word).
Making a Living in Recovery is a special group for participants who are working. The group meets every Wednesday evening at our 256 Washington Street, Mount Vernon office.
PROS staff includes:
- Psychiatrist or psychiatric nurse practitioner for medication management
- Recovery counselors
- Mental health counselors
- Social workers
- Employment and education specialists
- Peer support specialists
- Graduate interns
Email us to learn more or to arrange a tour.
To make a referral, call 914-613-0700 x7051.
See the PROS flyer here.
Learn more about PROS in this brief video.
One of our PROS participants shares his musical talents.