CRi provides support to adults, children, and families impacted by serious emotional or mental health challenges. PRP focuses on connecting individuals within the community, behavioral support, education, and recovery, improving the ability to maintain healthy relationships and gain greater independence. The program offers assistance in budgeting, time, and household management as well as a variety of daily living skills, social skills, and wellness practices.
CRi's PRP is based on the stress-vulnerability model of recovery. This model helps all parties to understand the impact of mental illness (and sometimes addiction, too), & other coping strategies.
Some people are vulnerable to experience the symptoms of mental illness. This can be rooted in genetics, & it often affects brain chemistry. CRi promotes the following steps to recovery and assists with rehabilitation through individualized & targeted programming:
Stress can trigger symptoms of mental illness. To recover from serious mental illness, CRi promotes & assists with, the implementation of the following coping skills:
Young Adults in the Psychiatric Rehabilitation Program focus on:
Adults in the Psychiatric Rehabilitation Program focus on:
Who Is Eligible?
Eligible Children and Adolescents:
Please fill out our referral form
You can call our offices during business hours to speak to our program manager:
Lisa M. Reo, LGPC
7477 Baltimore Annapolis Blvd.
Glen Burnie, MD 21061