PSR/RPS Canada provides resources, and education for supporting person-directed, recovery-oriented services across Canada.
What is PSR?
Psychosocial rehabilitation (PSR) promotes resilience, personal recovery, full community integration, and a sense of purpose and meaning for those living with any mental health condition and/or addiction issue.
PSR supports practitioners and organizations to provide recovery-oriented services.
Judi Chamberlin (1944-2010) was a leader in the Consumer/Survivor Movement. She said this about recovery: "...it's very important to recognize that recovery is not something that happens to a few exceptional, privileged or lucky people....recovery is possible for everyone who's been diagnosed with a major mental illness."
PSR/RPS Canada is a registered charity. We appreciate all donations. To donate, contact us.
PSR provides tools to support the journey, Recovery is the personal journey.
You are on this webpage because,
How do the principles of recovery show up in your worldview?
How does your personal belief in recovery affect the day to day routine of your work?
Become a member of PSR/RPS Canada so YOU and your ORGANIZATION can be a part of this community dedicated to supporting recovery for ALL Canadians.
Download your copy of the Competencies of Practice for Canadian Recovery-Oriented Psychosocial Rehabilitation Practitioners
You are a change-maker in your community!
Become a Certified Psychosocial Rehabilitation Recovery Practitioner (CPRRP) and show up as the leader you are in the movement towards Recovery-Oriented services in Canada.
To learn more about PSR Canada, the PSR Provincial Chapters, and to learn about our events–scroll down to the secondary navigation bar at the bottom of this page.
Certified Psychosocial Rehabilitation Recovery Practitioners (CPRRP)
This certification shows that you know how to create a safe environment that supports people to be self-empowered, so that they can experience recovery!
Phase I: If you have the CPRP (Certified Psychiatric Rehabilitation Practitioner designation from Psychiatric Rehabilitation Association and Foundation).
Phase II: For people who want to demonstrate their competencies in recovery practices (do not currently hold the CPRRP)
Our Organizational Members
Addiction & Mental Health Services- Kingston Frontenac Lennox & Addington–ON
Association québécoise pour la réadaptation psychosociale ( AQRP )–Ville de Québec, QC
CMHA Sudbury Manitoulin–Sudbury, ON
CMHA Thompson Region
CMHA - Toronto Branch–Toronto, ON
Communitas Supportive Care Society–Abbotsford, BC
Department of Health, Nunavut, Mental Health and Addictions
Island Community Mental Health Association–Victoria, BC
Lanark, Leeds and Grenville Addictions and Mental Health–Brockville, ON
LOFT Community Services–Toronto, ON
Mental Health Commission of Canada
Mental Health Connections–Windsor, ON
Nova Scotia Health Authority–Central-Recovery and Integration
Options Community Services Society–Surrey, BC
Phoenix Residential Society–Regina, SK
St. Joseph’s Care Group
TBRHSC–Thunderbay Health Sciences Center–ON
Vancouver Island Mental Health Society–Nanaimo, BC
Check out our Library HERE!
Transforming, and Integrating Recovery-Oriented Services with a Collaborative Leadership
Presenter: Anthony Neptune