The Adult Mental Health Program is an outpatient mental health program which provides services, including individual and group psychotherapy, office based case management, and psychiatric medication monitoring to low-income residents of Montgomery County who are experiencing serious mental illness and who are unable to access the public mental health system due to lack of public benefits or their immigration status or income. This program also serves individuals in special situations, such as those discharged from a psychiatric hospital or incarceration, those involved with other health and human service agencies, or those who have experienced treatment failures in the public mental health system. The goals of this program are to improve the mental health of clients and to assist them in increasing their adaptive functioning in the community. Most staff members are bilingual in either Spanish and English or Vietnamese and English. Translation services are available via the Language Line. No private insurances are accepted but the program does accept Maryland Medical Assistance, PAC, and Medicare. A sliding fee scale issued by the Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene is used to determine fees; however, clients are not turned away due to inability to pay.
|Service(s):||Outpatient Mental Health Facilities
|Target Population:||Chronic/Severe Mental Illness
At Risk Adults
|How to Apply||Documents To Bring|
|Eligibility Requirements||Fees and Payments|
|Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ's)||Additional Information|