Chrysalis is comprised of three core programs:

Supported Employment – Individual Placement and Support (IPS)
The Supported Employment Program is available for individuals who are seeking community-based competitive employment.  The program offers services such as vocational skills assessments, assistance with the job search process, initial on-the-job training, and ongoing support. IPS is a evidence-based practice from Dartmouth University (www.dartmouthips.org).
Peer Recovery Groups
Chrysalis peer recovery groups offer individuals the opportunity to connect with their community in a different way. Each of the five groups offered at Chrysalis all give consumers the chance to address new goals and learn new skills. Below is a schedule and description of Chrysalis peer recovery groups.
Vocational Peer Support
The peer specialist movement embodies Chrysalis’ strengths-based perspective. Vocational peer supports give persons with mental illnesses the opportunity to use their unique set of recovery experience in combination with solid skills training to support peers who have mental illness achieve their vocational goals.