The Community Supported Recovery Program (CSRP) is an innovative individualized program for adults with serious mental illness. The program helps individuals develop skills to support self-sufficiency and independence through activities that promote socialization, build self-esteem, and maintain psychiatric and emotional stability.
Activities take place both on-site at Interact’s Carriage House and in the community. While CSRP is not a treatment program, staff are part of the individual’s treatment team and work closely with clinical staff to ensure that the activities support the person’s overall recovery goals.
The goal of the program is for people to learn a variety of skills to confidently be able to hold a job, return to school, or volunteer in the community.
For further information about Interact’s Residential Program, contact us at (215) 487-0904, ext. 3039 or email Lauriann Foster-Page.