The Community Reintegration Program is a time limited intensive outpatient (IOP) psychiatric rehabilitation program dedicated to providing the supports and services necessary for mental health consumers to achieve their optimal level of social and occupational functioning. We provide therapeutic, social, and recreational opportunities that promote the achievement of mental health goals, teach skills, and address quality of life issues.
Erin Tobin has been with the Department of Psychiatry at the University of Illinois Hospital for more than ten years now. She is passionate about serving individuals with mental health problems and helping them to improve their emotional and physical health. As a graduate student of Jane Addams School of Social Work, she was a student intern on the adult psychiatric unit.
Dr. Benoy George works in the Community Reintegration Program, an intensive outpatient day program, at UI Health. Dr. George also provides outpatient psychiatric care for mental health evaluation and medication management. He is interested in mood and anxiety disorders as well as individual and group psychotherapy. His research interests include the effect of patient engagement on continuity of psychiatric care.
Ms. Anich is a clinical social worker at the Community Reintegration Program in the Department of Psychiatry. She provides group therapy, psychoeducation and case management to individuals experiencing mood and anxiety disorders as well as psychotic disorders. She completed her MSW at Loyola University Chicago. Prior to her current position at UI Health, Ms. Anich worked for a community mental health agency providing counseling and case management services to individuals with severe and persistent mental illness.