Psychiatric Rehabilitation

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Harbor City Unlimited (HCU)

HCU is a non-medical psychiatric rehabilitation and residential rehabilitation program for persons with severe mental illness. The core principle to rehabilitation stems from the recovery model where staff partner with clients to facilitate identification of strengths, goals and potential for growth. Work focuses on helping the individual manage their illness and move forward with their life. Establishing an identity other than having a mental illness is critical to the success of rehabilitation. Frequently identified goals include obtaining a GED (classes available on site), employment and independent living.

Psychiatric Rehabilitation Program (PRP)

The psychiatric rehabilitation program offers a community atmosphere for individuals to reach their goals through a variety of skills teaching and social /recreational opportunities. The average daily attendance is over 100. Services are offered either on site or off site.

Supported Living Program

Staff assists individuals in their homes or any other community location appropriate for their needs. Services include assistance, skill teaching, and support in maintaining a home, budgeting, medication monitoring, travel training, using community services, etc.

Residential Rehabilitation Program (RRP)

The residential program consists of 51 beds in 19 homes with varying levels of staff support. Included is a six person transitional young adult program for individuals 16-21 year old men, who may be returning from out of state placements. The goal of the residential program is to assist individuals to live in the community by providing a supportive home-like environment. Advancement to independent living is a common goal for most clients.

Supported Employment Program

Employment Services offer vocational assessments, job development, a job club, job placement, job coaching, and extended support. The program tries to minimize the time between a member requesting a job and job placement. Staff members work with the Department of Rehabilitative Services (DORS) to ensure that individuals receive any services for which they may be eligible.

Program Director: Jill A. RachBeisel, M.D.

Harbor City Unlimited
1227 W. Pratt St..
Baltimore, Maryland 21223
General # - 410-328-2177

For an intake appointment call 410-328-4102

For general information or inquiries regarding employment opportunities in the Division of Community Psychiatry, please call 410-328- 3414. For appointments or to access services, please call 410-328-6231.

This page was last updated: May 31, 2013

         
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