A therapeutic, safe and personalized environment
The Intensive Rehabilitation Program offers hospitalization and transition services to people between the ages of 18 and 65 who have prolonged, complex and treatment-resistant psychotic disorders.
The program provides different levels of structured support from a locked unit to community transition settings.
Based on a recovery model, the program aims to provide patients with a therapeutic, safe and personalized environment while improving autonomy and reintegrating and maintaining people in the community.
The program is made up of the following units and services:
- Intensive Rehabilitation Unit -CPC 3 (31-bed unit). Consult the Welcome Guide for patients.
- Intensive Rehabilitation and Behavior Risk Management Unit - Perry 2A (16-bed unit)
- Intensive Community Rehabilitation Services - SRIC (Maison Hickson et La Roue Partira)
- Intensive Rehabilitation and Community Transition Unit – Levinschi (18-bed unit)