Urgent News from the

Center for Psychiatric Rehabilitation


Due to the increased spread of COVID-19 (coronavirus) in Massachusetts, Boston University has decided to discontinue all in person learning on campus, effective Monday, March 16, 2020.

There will be NO RECOVERY EDUCATION CLASSES during this time. College Mental Health Programs and NITEO are still operating and students are urged to contact their coaches with questions.

All staff and faculty at the Center continue to work remotely and are available by email, the preferred way to contact us. We are also monitoring the central phone line into the Center. If you have any questions, please contact us at: jamesf19@bu.edu, stephc13@bu.edu or erogers@bu.edu and we will assist you to get in touch with the best person to help. These emails and the Center’s phone line should not be used for urgent health related matters. If you have an urgent health or mental health related problem, call 911. We will keep you posted if there are any changes to the timeline of the Center’s reopening.

As always, if you have questions about materials or information on our website, you can reach us at psyrehab@bu.edu.

Thank you for your patience.

 

 

Individual using a computer in the library

Employment Repository

An archive of employment materials with a specific focus on vocational recovery.

 

Doors to the Center for Psychiatric Rehabilitation

Recovery Education

Choose a range of wellness courses that support treatment, rehabilitation and recovery efforts.

Thrive

College Mental Health Programs

Programming for college students living with mental health challenges to develop the health, supports, resilience, and academic skills needed to thrive and achieve their academic, personal, and wellness goals.

Toolbox

Recovery Toolkit

A Toolkit is designed to support a wide range of providers looking to promote the recovery of clients with mental health conditions, including those living with the experience of serious mental illnesses.