California Association of Social Rehabilitation Agencies

California Association of Social Rehabilitation Agencies

A diagnosis is not a destiny

Who we are

CASRA is a statewide organization of private, not-for-profit, public benefit corporations that serve clients of the California public mental health system.

Member agencies provide a variety of services that designed to enhance the quality of life and community participation of youth, adults and older adults living with challenging mental health issues.

Such services include:
Advocacy and service coordination; transitional and permanent housing; crisis and transitional residential treatment; outreach and engagement services; integrated mental health and drug and alcohol treatment; and services designed to support education and employment goals.

Our Mission

California Association of Social Rehabilitation Agencies (CASRA) is dedicated to improving services and social conditions for people with psychiatric disabilities by promoting their recovery, rehabilitation and rights.

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Finding Resilience Amidst the Holiday Season | California Association of Social Rehabilitation Agencies

Finding Resilience Amidst the Holiday Season

When: December 09, 2020

Where: Online

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NY Upcoming Virtual Conference Series | California Association of Social Rehabilitation Agencies

NY Upcoming Virtual Conference Series

Posted:
November 09, 2020


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National Native American Heritage Month | California Association of Social Rehabilitation Agencies

National Native American Heritage Month

Posted:
November 05, 2020


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Lawmaker Pushing Mental Health Reform | California Association of Social Rehabilitation Agencies

Lawmaker Pushing Mental Health Reform

Posted:
October 07, 2020


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