Residential Rehabilitation Programs

Developing Independence

Residential Rehabilitation Programs (RRP)

The mission of Key Point's Residential Program is to provide housing, supportive services, and living skills training to enable our residents to lead more independent lives in the least restrictive community setting.


A written service plan is developed for each resident upon admission to the Program. The plan is coordinated with the Mental Health Clinic and Community Rehabilitation Programs. Collaborative meetings between these staff regularly review progress and develop new goals with our residents.

Trained professional Residential Rehabilitation Counselors are utilized in the development of community living skills with the residents and some typical areas of instruction include:
  • Personal Care
  • Socialization Skills
  • Community Integration Activities
  • Community Awareness
  • Transportation Skills
  • Safety and Life Management
  • Budgeting and Money Management
  • Shopping and Meal Preparation
  • Recreation
  • Medication Management
  • Symptom Management

Residential Counselors work both individually and in small groups providing support and supervision. Staff assist residents with coordinating mental health, dental, and medical services. Independent living skills instruction is provided to residents to assit them in being able to live with a minimal amount of assistance. Staff are available twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week and all holidays. A trained Mental Health professional is on call via cell phone in the evenings.


Funding for residential services is provided by Maryland Health Partners, client resources and entitlements. Case management is provided to all residents to access eligible entitlements, as well as legal, medical, psychiatric and social services. Rent, basic utilities and local phone service are managed with the resident by Key Point Health Services, Inc.

Living Arrangements

Residents may share a fully furnished apartment or townhouse with one or two other roommates and each resident has their own bedroom. Residents receive a array of services depending on need, which range from drop in visits to (limited) twenty-four hour supervision.

Residential Program Eligibility

To be eligible for residential placement, an applicant must:

  • Have a primary psychiatric diagnosis that meets the target population requirements as set forth by The Maryland State Department of Health and Mental Hygiene
  • Be in need of rehabilitation services
  • Be able to participate in rehabilitation services and
  • Be willing to participate in services.

Referrals to Key Point Health services Residential Program are coordinated through the Core Services Agency in each county. Referrals are made by hospitals and the community. If you are in need of services or know someone in need go to our locations page and contact a program near you for information on the referral process.


Baltimore City
1300 Dundalk Ave
Baltimore, MD 21222
Maureen Carpin

Baltimore County
Oak Grove Drive
Baltimore, MD 21220
Elizabeth Iweha

Harford County
133 N. Parke Street
Aberdeen, MD 21001
443-625-1600; ext. 1554
Joann Oberle