To enhance and empower the behavioral health community through creativity, innovation, recovery, and diversity.
PSA-Epicenter – Early Psychosis Intervention Center – located near McDowell Road and 1st Street in downtown Phoenix, provides early intervention programs for individuals who of psychosis.
We are now offering therapeutic expressive art groups and/or art therapy are offered for adults to promote the healing power of creativity and self-expression.
PSA assists adults with serious mental illness and co-occurring issues through: Supportive Living, Supportive Living Assertive, and Permanent Supportive Housing Services.
Striving to assist in building a bridge to independent living adults with psychiatric illnesses and/or co-occurring disorders, these programs focus on recovery and enhancement of independent living skills.
Recovery services supports PSA community members in their desire to live meaningful and productive lives by inspiring hope and providing person-centered, peer and family involved recovery support services.
PSA Art Awakenings fosters empowerment and recovery through the power of creative expression. The program offers services to adults, youth, and families challenged by behavioral illnesses.
This autumn, Charlotte Webb will celebrate 10 years at PSA. Webb, Chief Recovery Officer at PSA behavioral health organization, is a soft-spoken individual who easily and quickly captivates her audience. More About Charlotte
Chief Recovery Officer