PSL provides supportive housing in a safe and nurturing home as an extension to Intensive outpatient programming and therapeutic appointments. We provide social/life skills training, medication supervision and case management for Individuals varying in age ranges as well as diverse mental health conditions. PSL is comprised of a dedicated and compassionate team that has extensive experience in psychiatric settings.
Adriana Castellanos, has worked in the treatment field in many capacities since 2004.
Through her own personal experience as the daughter of an alcoholic, as well as her own journey as a woman in recovery, she has tremendous knowledge from both “life experience” as well as the educational background to handle the most complex intervention cases. Adriana takes great pride with the challenges and complexities in cases involving trauma, an issue we are seeing more and more in the treatment field, and that left unaddressed or untreated will continue to push the addict/alcoholic back to into their addictions.
Adriana has learned from some of the most talented educators in the intervention business and stays current with the latest techniques in handling the challenges of the ever changing family dynamic. She is extremely passionate about helping people who are suffering, to find solutions to the pains of both addiction and mental health disorders, and see them live full and healthy lives.
Colleen Capistrano is one of the founders for Psychiatric Supportive living.
She has extensive back ground in the Behavioral Healthcare for over 20 years. Her experience includes working in field of substance use disorders, addictions, trauma, PTSD, eating disorders, anxiety, depression and bipolar disorders. She earned her bachelor’s degree in child development and psychology from Mount St Mary’s University. She has worked inpatient settings, residential programs, partial hospitalizations and intensive outpatient programs.
Currently, Colleen serves on the board for the Women’s Association of Addiction Treatment which has 20 chapters across the United States.