Psychiatric rehabilitation is a combination of services incorporating social, educational, occupational, behavioral and cognitive supports to promote a personally-defined recovery and the highest level of independence. It is the principle behind numerous evidenced-based practices, such as club house rehabilitation services and supported employment services, and holds many values and practices in common with peer support. In the continuum of care, rehabilitation philosophy focuses on advocacy, meaning-making, and recovery.
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