Our Collaborative Psychiatric Rehabilitation Program

Our Commitment

PRP is committed to providing a safe, inclusive, and accepting environment to unearth the underlying strengths to continue to build resiliency in those we serve.

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The Best Quality of Care

We, at Wraparound Maryland Inc, recognize we can only help others when they find value in what we offer. Families, kids, and adults do not fail and we must keep working until we find what works. That is our commitment to those we are lucky enough to serve.

We provide a hands-on approach, in those real-life experiences, to support the work you are doing during your session. Individuals that have certain mental health diagnoses face unique challenges in their lives.

PRP can help them learn skills necessary to function, cope, and at times heal from those conditions. We will provide weekly or monthly contact to ensure a collaboration of care to provide the best quality of care.

Services Will Include, But Are Not Limited To:

Skill Building

Independent Living Skills

Time Management

Money Management

Psychoeducation

Coping Skills

Goal-Setting

Self-Esteem Building

Understanding Feelings

Obtaining Employment
(Job Readiness, Compliance, and Locating Local Resources)

The Psychiatric Rehabilitation Program (PRP)

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As we have been building this new Psychiatric Rehabilitation Program to serve the needs of individuals here on the Mid-shore, Lower-shore, and in Baltimore, we have kept in mind the principles that are important to us as an agency: Family/Individual Voice and Choice, Team-Based, Natural Supports, Collaboration, Community-Based, Culturally Competent, Individualized, Strengths-Based, Unconditional, and Outcomes-Based.

We will bring the same personalized treatment approach to PRP. It is important that we provide a safe, inclusive, and accepting environment to unearth the underlying strengths to continue to build resiliency in those we serve.

What We Offer

We, at Wraparound Maryland Inc, recognize we can only help others when they find value in what we offer.

Families, kids, and adults do not fail and we must keep working until we find what works. That is our commitment to those we are lucky enough to serve.

PRP is something we are very passionate about.

We truly believe in the program and its ability to help individuals identify and break down barriers to improve their quality of life. With a quality program and trusted direct care workers, you as a therapist can feel confident in sending your referrals to Wraparound Maryland Inc.

This is a team effort and approach for each person, and we will keep an open line of contact for you at all times.

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What PRP Can Do for You or a Loved One

We will offer skill-building both on-site and off-site sessions. We will have an array of group and individual interventions that will be tailored to the need of each individual. We will use evidence-based interventions, as well as critical thinking to truly help the individual move towards their goals and assisting each person to build a support system and community relationships.

Services will include, but are not limited to, skill-building, independent living skills, time management, money management, psychoeducation, coping skills, goal setting, self-esteem building, understanding feelings, obtaining employment (job readiness, compliance, and locating local resources).

We are committed to the success of each individual and will continue open communication with you to address any concerns, successes, or needs you observe

Does Someone You Are Working With Need Additional Assistance With:
  • Coping Skills?
  • Veteran Support?
  • Social-Emotional Learning?
  • Time Management?
  • Setting and Keeping Appointments?
  • Self-Esteem Building?
  • Social Anxiety?
  • Self-Care?
  • Social Skills?
  • Problem-Solving?
  • LGBTQ+ Supports?
  • Resiliency?
  • Positive Thinking?
  • Behavioral Modification?
  • Self Advocating?
  • Basic Living Skills?
  • Psychoeducation?
  • Building Social Support?
  • Learning About the Community They Are In?
  • Linking With Resources?
  • Applying for Services, Employment, Higher Learning?
  • Parenting Skills?
  • Breaking Down the Barriers to Their Treatment?
  • Dealing With COVID-19?
  • Grief?
  • Mindfulness?
  • Stress Management?
  • Financial Management?
  • Healthy Relationships and Boundaries?
Groups and Interventions to Include but Not Limited To:
  • Psychoeducation for Families
  • Social Skills Building
  • Family Sessions
  • Behavioral and Chore Charts for Home
  • Understanding the School Systems
  • Self-Determination
  • Self-Esteem
  • Goal Setting
  • Empathy Building
  • Substance Use
  • Engaging With the Community (Volunteering Opportunities, Learning the Town, Exploring Resources and Support

Journaling – Why is it important and how?
Mindfulness/Meditation – Building from 2 min to 20

  • Financial Management Classes/Groups
  • Parenting Classes
  • Time Management
  • Patients’ Rights
  • Record keeping
  • Safety Planning
  • Coping Skills
  • Understanding our Emotions
  • Applying for Jobs and Interviewing Skills (Role Play)
  • Applications (School, Housing, Assistance, YMCA, License etc.)
  • Psychoeducation (Understanding Diagnosis and Treatment Plans)
  • Health and Wellness Skills (Doctor Appointments, Somatic Symptoms, Dentist, Mental Health, Working Out, Healthy Eating, Nutrition)
  • Daily Life Skills (Cooking/Baking, Laundry, Shopping, Coupons, Banking, Cleaning, Gardening)
  • Self-Care
  • Healthy vs Unhealthy
  • Problem Solving
  • Critical Thinking
  • Leadership Skills
  • Communication Skills
  • Interpersonal Skills
  • Attention to Detail
  • Self-Compassion/Kindness
  • Recognizing and Breaking Patterns
  • Relationship Building (Family, Peers, Romantic Relationships, etc.)
  • Following Instructions/Active Listening

Creativity – Using art as a coping mechanism (Explore different arts: dance, painting, drawing, etc.)

  • Empowerment and Self-Advocating
  • Relaxation Groups
  • What Are Habits and How Are They Formed?
  • Healing and Growth
  • Daring to Lead/Be Great
  • Power of Vulnerability
  • Internet Safety
  • Offering These in Age-Appropriate Groups
  • Themed Summer Programs for Children and Youth
  • Book Club (Reading a self-improvement book together and weekly discussions)
  • Family Nights or Community Events (Quarterly to provide overview and education)
  • Curriculum for After School Groups Broken Down Into Months/Quarters

Teach a Skill - Each individual thinks of something they are good at and has the ability to share and teach others (esteem building, communication, public speaking, creative thinking)

If you have any questions
please don’t hesitate to contact us.