PSA Behavioral Health Agency (PSA) announced on April 26, 2019 at the 4th Annual Champions’ Luncheon that it is changing its name to Resilient Health. With 19 locations throughout Arizona, PSA has been supporting Arizona’s children, families, and individuals with housing and behavioral health services for 48 years. The name change strategically builds on the solid foundation of company to unify services and create sustainable positive change in the people and families they serve.
“At our core, we are a resiliency-building company. Our purpose is to unleash the power of our employees and participants to create a resilient world, one person at a time. We believe that using effective trauma-responsive clinical practices will result in an increased number of resilient people and families in Arizona,” said Larry Villano, CEO of Resilient Health.
Resilient Health offers a trauma-responsive experience that provides both verbal and non-verbal therapies/counseling for mental health and substance use disorders, wellness classes, therapeutic arts and art therapy through its Art Awakenings service, psychiatric, housing, respite, early intervention (first episode psychosis), primary care and medication management. The name change helps to reposition the company and better align it with its core purpose.