The Community Support Program: Many Minds – One Recovery
The Community Support Program (CSP) of Pennsylvania is a coalition of mental health consumers, family members and professionals working to help adults with serious mental illnesses and co-occurring disorders live successfully in the community. This statewide coalition links CSP nationally with regional and local CSPs throughout the State.
Becoming Involved in Community Support Program Committees
Community Support Program (CSP) committees offer a forum in Pennsylvania where consumers, family members and professionals are united by a common set of beliefs and values and use their combined strengths to promote systems change. As a result, CSP Principles have helped to shape the way treatment services are delivered to consumers, improving the public's understanding that consumers and family members should be regarded as people first, and advocating for the implementation of quality evidence-based treatments that support and enhance the recovery of person with serious mental illness.
- Learn more about the Principles of the Community Support Program
The cornerstone of the Community Support Program (CSP) is the integration of families, friends, professionals and other natural supports into the lives of people with mental illness. Make a meaningful difference in the lives of consumers with serious mental illness and those with co-occurring substance use disorders by becoming involved with a local or regional CSP committee.
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