Mainstream Mental Health




Mainstream is proud to offer Psychosocial Rehabilitation Services to our community. Lighthouse PSR is a comprehensive, person-centered service emphasizing a continuum of psychoeducational programing, daily life skills training, socialization opportunities, and satisfying recreational activities. 

PSR Programming

  • Socialization and Relationship Building
  • Educational Groups addressing issues of Mental Health
  • Recreational Activities
  • Skills Training for Activities of Daily Living
  • Nutritional Education
  • Community Resource Presenations
  • Trips of Interest into the Community
  • Building a Sense of Belonging and Value for the Individual

For referrals, please fill out the forms below and send them to Once a Referral is received, a comprehensive PSR Assessment will be scheduled. 

Three Pillars of Psychosocial Rehabilitative Services

Psychosocial Rehabilitative Services offers an extraordinary opportunity to address the whole person, in every single area of life and using a wide range of therapeutic and educational approaches. The concept of PSR can be said to rest on Three Pillars. 


Social Isolation is  pervasive problem with persons experiencing Mental Illness. PSR allows person to reduce their isolation, engage in socialization in a positive and supportive environment, being to form relationships and be a part of a lively community where everyone is valued. 


Learning new information and skills can broaden understanding to be of great benefit. So often, however, the learning experience is lacking in creativity. PSR affords the opportunity to use the full self of a spectrum of psycho-educational approaches that not only provide enjoyment in learning but put the individual in touch with their creative side and link those lessons learned to real-life experiences. 


Everyone needs enjoyment in life. PSR includes the opportunity to have satisfying recreational expereinces. Involving the full sefl-intellect, imagination, physical and emotioanl-allows the individual to move from “mere” recreation to a self renewing experiences of RE-creation of the self.