Service DescriptionPsychosocial rehabilitation services are programs of two or more consecutive hours per day provided to groups of individuals in a non-residential setting. Services include assessment, education to teach the individual about the diagnosed mental illness and appropriate medications to avoid complication and relapse, opportunities to learn and use independent living skills and to enhance social and interpersonal skills within a supportive and normalizing program structure and environment. Eligibility Individuals qualifying for this service must demonstrate a clinical necessity for the service arising from a mental, behavioral, or emotional illness that results in significant functional impairments in major life activities. Services are provided to individuals: (i) who without these services would be unable to remain in the community or (ii) who meet at least two of the following on a continuing or intermittent basis: 1. Experience difficulty in establishing or maintaining normal interpersonal relationships to such a degree that they are at risk of psychiatric hospitalization, homelessness, or isolation from social supports; 2. Experience difficulty in activities of daily living, such as maintaining personal hygiene, preparing food and maintaining adequate nutrition, or managing finances to such a degree that health or safety is jeopardized; 3. Exhibit such inappropriate behavior that repeated interventions by the mental health, social services, or judicial system are necessary; or 4. Exhibit difficulty in cognitive ability such that they are unable to recognize personal danger or significant inappropriate social behavior. “Cognitive” here is referring to the individual’s ability to process information, solve problems and consider alternatives, it does not refer to an individual with an intellectual or other developmental disability.