Family Intervention Partners Psychiatric Rehabilitation Program (PRP) is a program designed for children, adolescents and adults that incorporates the collaboration between the therapist and rehabilitation coordinator to promote positive behaviors and interactions while decreasing negative behaviors. The goal of the PRP program is to assist clients to increase community integration as well as independent living skills. Group sessions for PRP services are held regularly on site. PRP Services focus on the following but not limited to:
Promotion of Individual Wellness: Coping Skills and Mental Health Education
Social Skills: Community Integration Skills, Interpersonal Skills, Conflict resolution skills, and Anger Management Skills
Independent living skills: Maintaining Daily Living Skills, Money Management, and Obtaining Entitlements
Community Living Skills: Connecting with community resources and Engaging in Community Activities
Self-Care Skills: Healthy Hygienic Practices and Personal Safety
- Be enrolled in Maryland Medicaid
- Actively receive therapy from a Licensed therapist
- Be at least 6 years of age
- Have psychiatric diagnosis that meets priority population for Adults.
- PRP Referral form must be completed by a licensed therapist.