Applying for Services

Key Point PRPs welcome inquires from families, potential clients, hospitals, therapists, psychiatrists, case and social workers, and anyone else with an interest in finding quality rehabilitative care.

Clients with Key Point PRP have to be diagnosed with certain psychiatric conditions to qualify.  They also need to be eligible for Maryland Medical Assistance, Medicare, or in certain cases can be uninsured.  Our counselors are able to help with a variety of tasks that persons with mental health concerns often are in need of.

The best way to find out more is to email or call Sonya Myers or Jeff Bazzett to discuss your enrollment options.

You can also download the Harford County PRP Application here.

In the case of family members and potential clients, you will need to involve a professional mental health worker to help with the application.  A psychiatrist’s signature is needed.


Key Point outreach and psychiatric rehabilitation day programs service persons with the following DSM diagnosis codes: 295.10, 295.20, 295.30, 295.40, 295.60, 295.70, 295.90, 296.33, 296.34, 296.43, 296.44, 296.53, 296.54, 296.63, 296.64, 296.80, 296.89, 297.1, 298.9, 301.22, and 301.83. These disorders are known by the names of BPD, Bi Polar, Bipolar, Borderline Personality Disorder, Depression, Major Depressive Disorder, Manic Depression, Schizoaffective Disorder, Schizophrenia, Schizotypal Personality Disorder, Delusional Disorder, and Psychotic Disorder.

Assistance Provided:

PRP rehabilitation counselors provide rehabilitation services and social activities in a day program setting similar to a day hospital but in a more relaxed community setting.  They help with food stamps and independence cards, Maryland Medical Assistance (known as Medicaid), Medicare, housing and applying for section 8, benefits, independent living, life skills management, case management, community integration, medication management, medication monitoring, mental illness symptom management, mobility training, recovery, social and socialization skills, symptom management, teaching and educating about mental illness symptoms, and drug and alcohol education.  Additionally there are fun classes, workforce re-entry training, jobs for clients, and field trips.