Community Psychosocial Rehabilitation Services
Over its 30 years in the mental health sector, through the Integral and Community Psychosocial Rehabilitation Area (ARPIC), ARAPDIS has developed an ‘alternative experience of tertiary prevention in the community’.”.
We offer resources for people who want to participate and feel integrated in today’s diverse, ever-changing society, through activities focusing on prevention, promotion, care, training, rehabilitation and support to help include them in the community.
Since our beginnings in 1989, we have built up a network of intermediary and community resources integrated and coordinated with the Public Mental Health Network and with other resources in the Public and Private Social and Community Network.
SComprehensive care spaces and specific psychosocial rehabilitation, training and integration into society and the workplace programmes have been created to facilitate the rehabilitation and integration process, thus ensuring equality for all the diverse members of our community.
We offer a comprehensive, multidisciplinary, psychosocial Community Rehabilitation Service for the use of members of various groups during the day, with a special emphasis on mental illness, to help these individuals in their rehabilitation process and reintegration into society, the community, culture and the workplace.
Social, cultural and community programmes
We offer social, cultural and community integration and connection programmes and activities, linked to rehabilitation and community inclusion facilities, for individuals seeking assistance. The aim is to boost their personal skills and habits to encourage their inclusion in society and the community.
We have care and rehabilitation spaces with resources for living in the community, with facilitated access to group homes, supervised accommodation and support apartments. Our care focuses on the individual, with a comprehensive, community, psychosocial approach.
Other support programmes
We also offer support programmes and activities to various facilities and their professionals. This includes continuing education; research; promotion and prevention in the health care sector; social and cultural awareness-raising; sport and leisure, as well as continuous support for the affected individuals’ families, friends and other groups.