Services through Key Point's Psychiatric Rehabilitation Program (PRP) for Children and Adolescents are
designed to complement, support and strengthen the mental health (Therapy and Psychiatry)
services the child is already receiving.
Trained rehabilitation staff provide a combination of individual and group rehabilitation
activities at Key Point's clinics, at the child's
home and/or other appropriate community locations.
On Site (facility-based) and Off Site (community-based) services are family focused, individualized and
based on the child's and the family's strengths and resilience.
Specific rehabilitation goals are established, which target identified needs based on information from the
referring mental health professional, a comprehensive
assessment and meetings with the child and his/her family.
PRP staff routinely evaluate progress with each child and their
parent/guardian/support team and provide monthly summary reports to
the primary therapist and other mental health professionals working with
Psychiatric Rehabilitation Assessment-
Upon admission to the program, trained rehabilitation staff meet face to face with the child and his/her family, guardian or
care-taker to complete a functional skills assessment, designed to identify each child's strengths, skills and needs.
Services to Choose From:
Children and their family members choose the services they want to receive
(onsite, offsite or both) and the location
where they want to receive them. Services are provided based on a
monthly calendar of activities that typically include a combination of
onsite and offsite services. Monthly program calendars are provided to
all children and their families. Rehabilitation Counselors schedule visits
with the children and their families/guardians based on the level of need
and client preference and availability. Children who have chosen to
participate in both onsite and offsite services participate in a minimum
of three visits/services per month (2 onsite activities and 1 offsite visit
or 1 onsite activity and 2 offsite visits). Individuals who only elect to
receive onsite OR offsite services (not both) participate in at least two
activities/visits per month. Additional visits are scheduled based on the
child's needs and availability.
Currently serving children residing in Baltimore City, and Baltimore, Cecil and Harford Counties.