Psychiatric Rehabilitation Program (PRP)
At Arundel Lodge, the Psychiatric Rehabilitation Program (PRP) offers a community setting in which adults with serious mental health and substance use disorders can work toward recovery through participation in a variety of programs and services designed to promote independence and community integration.The goal is for individuals to maintain or enhance daily functioning skills.
Who we serve in the PRP
- Adults, 18 years of age or older, who meet the Medical Necessity Criteria (see page 14 NMNC 3.303.0 Day Treatment ) for mental health treatment.
- Provides opportunities for individuals to participate in life-skills classes, social activities, creative expression, community integration, and peer support.
- State-certified Peer Support Specialists, individuals who have experienced mental health disorders themselves, provide instruction in nationally-recognized programs such as the Wellness Recovery Action Planning (WRAP) and NAMI’s Connections and Peer-to-Peer groups. They serve as compassionate listeners, educators, coaches and advocates.
- Provides community members, living independently or with family, support with symptom management, case management and goal work related to physical health, budgeting, daily living skills, social skills, vocational assistance, and coping strategies.
- Integrates the services needed to address all of a person’s medical, as well as behavioral health needs. Arundel Lodge also partners with Anne Arundel Medical Center (AAMC), who provides primary medical care at our main campus location and consults with the Arundel Lodge Health Home team.
- Program services are available 24 hours per day, 7 days per week.
- Provides housing for people with behavioral health disorders, and includes specialized services for those who are deaf, chemically addicted, elderly and/or have complicated somatic issues, or need intensive supervision. Our 32 homes are integrated into Anne Arundel County residential communities as we partner with friends and neighbors.
How to Access Services
To enroll in the Psychiatric Rehabilitation Program (PRP) and participate in PRP services, contact
Supportive Living Program Manager