Psychiatric Rehabilitation Programs

Serious & long-term care

Psychiatric Rehabilitation Programs (PRP)

Psychiatric Rehabilitation Programs (PRP) programs are for adults with serious and persistent mental illness..

Trained psychiatric rehabilitation practitioners provide services which include:

Rehabilitation Readiness which assesses the member's capacity to make important choices in their lives such as where to live or work. If skills or resources are needed the staff is qualified to teach or provide them.

Basic Rehabilitation is provided when a member is having difficulties in adjusting to his/her current situations. Staff will perform rehabilitation in the environment of need as indicated in assessments.

Enrichment/Support is provided to the member to prevent re- hospitalization and crises. Such activities as leisure groups, community involvement and one-on-one support are provided to achieve this aim.

Case Management is a service which helps the member to obtain entitlements and other community resources. This service is given when at least one other service is provided.

To maximize the community integration of our members and enable them to be successful and satisfied in the environment of their choice by working together to develop useful rehabilitation goals.

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We accomplish this mission by:

Individualized counseling where rehabilitation plans are set with the member after a thorough assessment of needs. The most up-to-date procedures are used in this process.

Group activities such as:

Industrial Arts/Woodshop - where individuals at no cost to themselves learn to make a variety of wood projects.

Domestic Arts/Cooking/Sewing/Health - individuals learn to plan, cook and store meals, and many other practical tasks in everyday living.

Communications/Newsletter/Writing/Poetry - all forms of communicating with others is promoted in this group.

Social Skills/Leisure/Academics/Greenhouse - emphasis here is on developing competencies in interpersonal skills, leisure and reading skills.

Recreational Trips/Dinners/Growth Class - several trips arranged by members and staff are planned each month.


This service focuses on helping adults to obtain employment by: Helping individuals choose the kind of work which best matches their interests and abilities.

Helping individuals get the job by teaching how to complete an application, write a resume and prepare for interviews.

Helping individuals keep the job by coaching on the job site and providing other support as needed.


As part of our effort to assist members in personal care and hygiene Key Point Health Services built a fully operational and licensed beauty salon in the Rehabilitation center located at our Dundalk facility. In addition to hair care, nail care, and make up application, we provide an opportunity for job training in the beauty care industry.


Catonsville PRP
500 N. Rolling Road
Catonsville, MD 21228
Phone: 410-788-1090
Fax: 410-869-3508
Elizabeth Wolkowicz , MS CPRP- Program Director

Dundalk PRP
1012 North Point Road
Baltimore, MD 21222
Phone: 443-216-4770
Fax: 443-216-4771
Elizabeth Wolkowicz, MS CPRP - Program Director

Harford County PRP
135 N. Parke Street
Aberdeen, MD 21001
Phone: 443-625-1560
Fax: 443-625-1540
Elizabeth Wolkowicz, MS CPRP - Program Director