The Adolescent Psychiatric Rehabilitation Program (PRP) provides rehabilitation and support services both onsite and off site. A snack is provided during PRP for onsite service days. Our program provides individualized attention and interventions through these services at our PRP location, and in the home or community. Transportation is available for onsite and offsite services.



A referral may be made by any licensed mental health care professional who is actively providing treatment to the patient being referred. The credentials for those licensed mental health care providers can be any of the following: CRNP-PMH (PMHNP), APRN-PMH, Licensed Psychologists, Licensed Psychiatrists (MD/DO), LCSW-C, LCPC, LCMFT, LCADC, LCPAT, LGMFT, LMSW, LGPC. We are not permitted to accept referrals from individuals without those credentials. Patients being referred must also have Maryland Medicaid. Patients with Medicare may be eligible if they meet additional  criteria. All client records and information, both verbal and written, will remain confidential. 


Onsite Services

Our staff work with clients during onsite PRP Days on subjects that challenge them to examine themselves, their relationships, their roles at home, and their roles in school and community environment. The services and classes are individualized and based on the adolescent’s age. The services and classes offered are developmentally appropriate and help to develop the child’s strengths and skills regarding their self-care skills, semi-independent living skills, and interaction with peers, family, community and teachers. Onsite program occurs following dismissal from school during the school year and daytime during summer break.


Offsite Services

During offsite days, clients are using the skills they learned and mastered at onsite PRP and applying them to real life situations. These skills can include socialization, peer management, listening and communication skills. Offsite activities occur following dismissal from school during the school year and daytime hours during summer break.

Our Program Goals

  • Self-care Skills
  • Academic Achievement
  • Coping Skills
  • Semi-independent living Skills
  • Resilience and Discovery
  • Anger Management
  • Social, Peer, Family and Teaching Interaction Skills
  • Maintaining Personal Living Space and Age-appropriate Boundaries

As a result of the program, participants will achieve these outcomes

  • More Social Activity in the Community
  • Lower Truancy/Higher Attendance at School
  • Sense of Identity and Self Worth
  • Higher Family Satisfaction/Improved