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443.405.1095 Catonsville | 301.868.0849 PG County

Our Services

Psychiatric Rehabilitation Program (PRP)

Psychiatric Rehabilitation Programs maximize the community integration of our individuals and enable them to be successful and satisfied in the environment of their choice by working together to develop useful rehabilitation goals. The services are for adults and adolescents with serious and persistent mental illness. Trained psychiatric rehabilitation practitioners provide services, and the services are in conjunction with outpatient therapy and require a referral from a licensed mental health professional.

What PRP’s Provide:

  • Rehabilitation Readiness Assessments - which carefully looks at the individual’s capacity to make important choices in their lives such as where to live, work or go to school. If skills or resources are needed the staff is qualified to teach or provide them.
  • Basic Rehabilitation Readiness Assessments - provided when an individual is having difficulties in adjusting to his/her current situations. Staff will assist with developing rehabilitation strategies and teaching certain skills that can be used in the environment of choice.
  • Enrichment/Support - provided to the individual to prevent re- hospitalization and crises. Such activities as leisure groups, community involvement and one-on-one support are provided to achieve this goal.
  • Case Management - a service which helps the member to obtain entitlements and other community resources. This service is given when at least one other service is provided.
  • Skill Building - helps individuals navigate challenging situations successfully.

Outpatient Mental Health Clinic (OMHC)

The Outpatient Clinic provides mental health therapy/counseling/behavioral health counseling and medication management to children, ages 5 and up, and adults.  We currently serve clients at two clinic locations and in the home. Those wanting to seek treatment may call to schedule an intake appointment at 443.405.1095 for the Baltimore City office and 301.868.0849 for the Prince Georges County office.

  • Therapy: In therapy, trained licensed clinicians help people of all ages live happier, healthier and more productive lives. Licensed clinicians apply research-based techniques to help people develop more effective habits. There are several approaches to psychotherapy, including cognitive-behavioral, interpersonal and psychodynamic, among others, that help people work through their problems. Psychotherapy is a collaborative treatment based on the relationship between an individual and a licensed clinician. A licensed clinician provides a supportive environment that allows you to talk openly with someone who is objective, neutral and nonjudgmental. Most therapy focuses on individuals, although psychotherapists also work with couples, families and groups. The right match when choosing a therapist/counselor is important. Most clinicians agree that an important factor in determining whether to work with a particular professional is your level of personal comfort with that person.
  • Child and Adolescent Program: A parent or legal guardian must attend the initial intake appointment with their child and will need to be available for ongoing treatment and treatment planning. In Maryland, a child who is at least 16 years old or older has the same capacity as an adult to engage in outpatient mental health services. In this case, the child will complete and sign the initial paperwork and ongoing treatment planning documentation.
  • Adult Program: Adults are responsible for making their own intake appointment. Some exceptions are made when the adult has limitations that make this difficult or impossible for them to do so. In these cases, it is usually a parent, guardian, or care provider who would schedule the intake appointment, and this person should also attend the first appointment to aid in the completion of the initial paperwork.
  • In Home Counseling Program: We provide in home counseling services to individuals who are unable to attend outpatient therapy appointments.
  • Substance Abuse Counseling: The specialty of helping people recover from their addictions. Substance abuse counselors work in this specialty and may counsel men and women of all ages. Substance abuse counselors aim to provide the advice, treatment and ongoing support necessary for addicts to recover. Counselors work with teams of healthcare professionals to address the physical, mental and emotional needs of each patient.

Substance Abuse Professional DOT Assessments

What is a SAP evaluation and when is it required?

A comprehensive assessment and clinical evaluation of an employee who works under the umbrella of the Department of Transportation in a safety sensitive position and who tested positive at work for alcohol or drugs. The assessment will also include recommendations.
  • Marriage and Family Counseling/Therapy: Family therapy, also referred to as couples therapy, marriage and family therapy, and family counseling, is a branch of psychotherapy that works with families and couples in intimate relationships to nurture change and positive development.
  • Training/Support Groups: Some may want to take their desire for change to the next step by sharing with and learning from other individuals who are in similar situations that may be able to offer support by sharing what has worked for them. Trainings are designed for those who want to enhance the skills that they’ve already learned in an individual or family therapy session.

Call us: (443) 405-1095 or ( 301) 868-0849

Are you ready to take that step to a better & healthier self?