Residential Rehabilitation

Housing and Residential Support

The Residential Rehabilitation Program (RRP) provides housing in the community for individuals who are managing mental illness. The RRP also provides staffing based on the individuals needs and level of service.

Staff provides rehabilitation and recovery services such as medication management, assistance with skill development (activities of daily living), symptom management, community integration, social integration, and conflict resolution. Services are provided in the individuals’ residence or in community settings.

The RRP consists of a variety of two-, three- and four-bedroom homes located in Baltimore and Carroll Counties. Twenty-four percent of the residential homes are handicapped accessible.

The goal of the program is to help individuals develop the skills needed to graduate to more independent living. Each individual will progress through the program at his/her own pace, learning skills with the assistance of the rehabilitation team. The program strives to assist individuals in building a better quality of life based on their own vision.

The RRP operates 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. Referrals are processed through the local Core Service Agencies. For more information, contact Prologue’s Intake Coordinator, Madelyn McClung at 410.653.6190 x1227 or via email.