6767 Forest Hill Avenue, #234, Richmond VA 23225 voliver@thehopeinc.com 804-320-1395

Psychosocial Rehabilitation Service


HOPE provides goal directed training to enable individuals with significant functional limitations to achieve and maintain community stability and independence in the most appropriate, least restrictive environment. Psychosocial Rehabilitation Services will be goal directed training in the following areas in order to qualify for reimbursement by Medicaid; functional skills and appropriate behavior related to the individual’s health and safety, activities of daily living and use of community resources, assistance with medication management; monitoring health, nutrition and physical condition.
HOPE Psychosocial Rehabilitation shall be licensed by DBHDS as a Psychosocial Rehabilitation Service provider.

Service Description Requirements

Psychosocial rehabilitation services are programs of two or more consecutive hours per day provided to groups of individuals in a non-residential setting. Services include assessment, education to teach the individual about the diagnosed mental illness and appropriate medications to avoid complication and relapse, opportunities to learn and use independent living skills and to enhance social and interpersonal skills within a supportive and normalizing program structure and environment.


  • To provide a supportive environment for our clients to assist them to meet their goals and promote well-being.
  • To provide a training program that supports the agency’s mission, community and clients served.
  • To provide an educational base program that support the clients served.
  • To provide opportunities to enhance individual’s social development, community resources and leisure experiences.

HOPE provides a comprehensive and therapeutic program of treatment for individuals with severe and persistent mental illness. The program will provide an intensive and holistic approach to treatment with emphasis on wellness, empowerment, recovery, personal growth and self-confidence. The program will serve adults between the ages of 18 and older.

The program components include:

  1. Independent Living Skills to instruction on basis kitchen skills including food preparation, safe handling of food, cooking, serving, menu development, table setting and cleaning, financial management/money management, budgeting.
  2. Peer Support to teach and support the clients in developing social relationships with others, natural supports and to help maintain community resource relationships.
  3. Mental Health and Substance Abuse psycho-education programs
  4. Self-advocacy, spiritual wellness and living a well balance lifestyle
  5. Community resource services to help clients to identify and establish support systems, natural supports and connect to advocacy groups.

Hours of Operation

Hours of operation are 8:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday. Some programming may occur on weekends.


  • Assessment of needs
  • Individualized services (development and maintenance of daily living skills, coping skills development)
  • Case management
  • Employment opportunities including job coaching and job readiness
  • Social skills training, communication, interpersonal skills
  • Group counseling
  • Individual counseling
  • Psycho-educational groups to include: conflict resolution, anger management, problem solving and decision making skills.
  • Self-help groups
  • Community integration

For more information, contact us