Residential Rehabilitation Program (RRP)

The Residential Rehabilitation Program (RRP) 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.

The Arundel Lodge Residential Rehabilitation Program (RRP) provides supported housing accommodations for 110 persons in need. Our 32 homes are integrated into Anne Arundel County residential communities as we partner with friends and neighbors.

Who we serve in the Residential Program

Individuals who have a serious behavioral health disorder and

  • are deaf or hard-of-hearing (Deaf Program)
  • have co-occurring substance abuse issues (MICA Program)
  • are elderly or have complicating somatic issues (Senior-Somatic Program)
  • need intensive supervision, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week (Bay Ridge)
  • are preparing for independent living (Fresh Start)

How to Access Services

Please submit a Residential Rehabilitation Program Application to the Anne Arundel County Mental Health Agency (AACMHA). Blank forms are available through Arundel Lodge by contacting Lisa Hughes (443) 433-5932 or AACMHA (410) 222-7858.

For more information about our Residential Rehabilitation Program contact

Lisa Hughes, BS, MHA
RRP Director
lhughes@arundellodge.org
direct: 443-433-5932
main: 443-433-5900

Meeting Needs in Anne Arundel County, Maryland

The need for supported housing in Anne Arundel County exceeds the services available. Arundel Lodge’s programs help prevent many persons with behavioral health disorders from becoming homeless, hospitalized, or incarcerated, providing the most appropriate and individualized care.