The Day Program offers life-skills classes,
support groups, and activities, four days a week, year-round.
Located at our headquarters building in Edgewater, MD, the Day Program attracts close to 100 participants daily, Mondays through Thursdays. A hot breakfast and lunch plus a snack are provided each day.
Who we serve in the Day Program
- Individuals living on their own or with family members can enjoy participation in the Day Program through enrollment in the Psychiatric Rehabilitation Program.
- Many residents in Arundel Lodge’s Residential Rehabilitation Program are also participants.
Day Program Services
- Classes can include computer lab, art groups, yoga, journaling, gardening, fitness, budgeting, nutrition, stress management, and medication management.
- Activities can include bowling, sight-seeing excursions, museums and more!
- The Open Eye Gallery and Studio Art Program provides opportunities for creative expression that aid in the recovery process. Artists works are featured in galleries across the region, as well as in Arundel Lodge’s own Open Eye Gallery.
- An annual talent show gives individuals who want to participate, an opportunity to showcase their talents as poets, singers or musicians.
- Peer Support Program: Arundel Lodge has been a leader among Maryland providers in developing its Peer-Led programs. State-certified Perr Support Specialists, individuals who have experienced mental illness 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.
How to Access Services
To enroll in the Psychiatric Rehabilitation Program and enjoy Day Program services please contact Rachel Keller, Supportive Living Program Manager (443) 433-5888.
For more information about the Day Program please contact
Day Program Manager
direct: (443) 433-5934
main: (443) 433-5900
Meeting Needs in Anne Arundel County, MD
One in four Americans will experience a diagnosable mental illness in any given year, according to the National Institute for Mental Health (NIMH). For some, mental illness seriously limits participation in work, school, and other aspects of a full life in the community. The Day Program provides a welcoming and safe place for individuals to participate in healthy activities, learn how to manage symptoms, and move towards recovery.
Please consider a donation to the Day Program to cover the cost of community outings, supplies for the Visual Arts Program, journals or bus passes for so individuals who need services can access Day Program.