We envision a recovery-oriented system of person-centered services provided by a skilled, culturally aware, trauma-informed workforce in partnership with our allies.
The Massachusetts Psychiatric Rehabilitation Collaborative (MassPRC) is a collaborative of recovery-oriented individuals and organizations working together to promote self-determination and full community membership for persons impacted by difficult mental health experiences. We accomplish this by training, advocating, and connecting to promote the values of psychiatric rehabilitation.
Who We Are
Massachusetts Psychiatric Rehabilitation Collaborative (MassPRC) is a nonprofit organization promoting the highest level of rehabilitative, trauma-informed, and recovery-oriented mental health services throughout the Commonwealth. MassPRC is a collective of organizations and individuals committed to this effort, collaborating to support wellness and recovery as they are defined and experienced by each individual. We are comprised of families, service providers, funders, trainers, educators, researchers, and people living with the aftermath of trauma and other types of extreme experiences that create emotional and cognitive distress. We strive to be thought leaders in our field, educating the human services workforce about the principles and practices of psychiatric rehabilitation and recovery. MassPRC is diligently committed to honoring the diversity of all people and supporting equity across the Commonwealth.
*MassPRC is not affiliated with the Psychiatric Rehabilitation Association (PRA).