Postgraduate Center for Mental Health: Postgraduate PROS information provided by: LifeNet, a program of the Mental Health Association of New York City

The PROS (Personalized Recovery Oriented Services) program is a group based recovery program for adults (ages 18 - 90) with psychiatric disabilities, designed to provide a comprehensive array of services and treatment within the same program to facilitate recovery, wellness and support.  Each client works with a facilitator to define their own goals, select services and attend groups that will assist them in achieving their goals.  The program offers many different groups that deal with issues such as interpersonal/relational issues, structured skill development, understanding and managing symptoms, and work related issues.  Psychiatry services may available as needed to those who are enrolled in the program, and some clients may have their medication managed there (including medication via injection), but PROS does not provide med management only.  Offers CBT, anger management, and vocational counseling.  Accepts MICA clients if mental illness if the primary concern. 
Area(s) Served:
Serves Bronx, Brooklyn, Manhattan, Queens, and Staten Island

Record last updated: Apr 22 2014 1:49PM
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  • 344 W 36th Street
    New York, NY 10025
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    212-560-6757
  • Intake
    212-560-6767

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  • 212-244-2034

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Mental / Behavioral Health
10/11/2012 7:57:48 PM

sounds very progressive
Suicide Central
7/1/2013 10:00:26 AM

I was staff with an advanced degree. Just ask the PROS director how they dealt with all the suicides in their PROS program in 2012. Nasty staff, overweight and bitter crew. Its like a cult, but these people lose lives. I find it amusing how impressed these people are with their mediocre care. AVOID!
 
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