Vocational Rehabilitation Services programs provide services for adults with psychiatric and cognitive disabilities who want to move forward in their recovery and more fully and effectively integrate into the community. Vocational Services is made up of three programs: Horticultural Therapy, Prince William Club, and the Supported Employment Program. Each program is designed to assist individuals in developing the skills and abilities necessary to meet their individual recovery goals.
Horticultural Therapy (HT), is a psychosocial rehabilitation program based upon horticultural therapy principles intended to support adults with psychiatric and cognitive disabilities move forward in their recovery. Horticulture Therapy Video or Horticulture Program Brochure
Prince William Club is a psychosocial rehabilitation program intended to support adults with psychiatric and cognitive disabilities move forward in their recovery. The program is designed to help individuals determine their strengths, needs and capabilities while determining individual recovery goals. Prince William Club Brochure
Supported Employment is a program that uses the evidence-based Supported Employment Model (based on the Choose-Get-Keep model) to help adults with psychiatric and cognitive disabilities meet their employment goals. Supported Employment Brochure