Each curricula is developed with service categories in mind.  These are identified in the Outline for each curricula.  However, each provider is responsible for ensuring the proper service category when providing and billing for the service.  It is also recommended that each curricula be reviewed and edited as you deem necessary to fit the strengths and needs of each particular group.  Thank you.

 

HEALTH & WELLNESS

FYI – Many of the curricula in the other categories have health and wellness tools as part of the curricula content.  

 

  • On My Own Managing My Symptoms and Medication:  Participants will explore the role of medication, ways of side effects and reactions, personal beliefs about medication and the idea of personal medicine.
    • Outline HERE
    • Facilitator’s Guide HERE
    • Participant Guide HERE

 

  • I Can Cook Healthy Foods!  Cognitive Remediation is a set of techniques and interventions, such as drills, activities and exercises, designed to improve an individual’s functioning by improving the cognitive skill that is the target of the remediation task. These skills include, but are not limited to: the ability to pay attention, remember, process information, solve problems, organize and reorganize information, communicate and act upon information. Cognitive remediation techniques work to improve mental capabilities necessary to learn academic subject matter, and more generally to function in daily life. Cognitive remediation is an optional PROS service, subject to prior review and written approval of the Office.
    • Outline HERE
    • Facilitator’s Guide HERE
    • Participant Guide HERE

 

  • Making Wise Decisions about Alcohol and Drugs:  This is a psycho-educational group for people with co-occurring disorders. The group will cover various facts on drugs and alcohol, and offer participants the opportunity to define what recovery means to them. Group material includes discussion of interactions between alcohol, illicit drugs and prescription drugs, the impact of substance use on physical and mental health, using alcohol and other drugs to cope with mental health symptoms, and using refusal skills to deal with situations where individuals feel pressured to use alcohol or other drugs.
    • Outline HERE
    • Facilitator’s Guide HERE
    • Participant’s Guide HERE

 

  • Mind and Body Health:  Mind and Body Heath is designed to help member explore the challenges of maintaining good physical health and resolving obstacles that stand in the way of better health by looking at the connection between mind and body health and making plans for healthier living to support recovery.
    • Outline HERE
    • Facilitator’s Guide HERE
    • Participant’s Guide HERE

 

  • Self-Care and Living On My OwnParticipants will explore the importance of self-care. The goal of this group is to help individuals to develop and put into action a self-care plan in order to attain or sustain independent living environments.
    • Outline HERE
    • Facilitator’s Guide HERE
    • Participant’s Guide HERE

 

  • Healthy Sexual Relationships: is designed to allow participants to identify the best practices for sexual health and identifying situations that may impede the health relationships that they desire.  Participants will review anatomy, STI’s, identifying toxic relationships, contemplation of pregnancy and gender identity and or roles.  At the end of the course, participants will have the basic information need to safely participate in a sexual relationship.  The course guides participants through general information that is vetted and provides a person with the dynamics that they face when sexually active.
    • Outline HERE
    • Facilitator’s Guide HERE
    • Participant’s Guide HERE
Health & Wellness