Frequently Asked Questions

How does PRP process work?

All clients MUST be referred by a licensed therapist. Upon receipt of the referral, our Rehabilitation Specialist will visit the home and conduct a behavioral assessment. The treatment plan will be designed based on the client’s diagnosis and assessment information. A rehab counselor is the assigned to the client to begin services.

What services does New Life Family Services offer?

New Life Family Services offers Psychiatric Rehabilitation Services (PRP) to children and adults.We also provide Intensive Outpatient Treatment and Outpatient Treatment to individuals with substance use disorders, in addition to DUI education classes

What insurance does New Life Family Services accept?

We currently accept Medicaid or Medicaid products (Amerigroup, Medstar Family Choice, etc).

What are PRP services and who can benefit from these services?

Psychiatric Rehabilitation Program (PRP) is a rehabilitation treatment program for individuals with chronic mental illness that is based on the recovery and person-centered models of rehabilitation. Individuals are provided skills and support to embrace their mental wellness, to enhance the quality of their life, and to pursue personally valued roles in their living, learning, work and social environments. The purpose of the program is to promote recovery, resiliency, and empowerment of the individual so that they may function successfully and live as independently as possible in the community of their choice. We offer PRP services to children, adolescents, and adults.

What insurance does new life family services accept?

PRP services are billable through medical assistance.

To be eligible to receive psychiatric rehabilitation services in the state of Maryland:
1. The client has a mental health DSM-IV diagnosis included in the Priority Population as  defined by the Maryland Department of Health & Mental Hygiene,  and the client’s impairment(s) can be expected to be stabilized at this level of care.

2. The impairment results in at least one of the following:

  • A clear, current threat to the Individual’s ability to live in his/her customary setting
  • An inability to be employed or attend school without support
  • An inability to manage the effects of his/her mental illness

3. The client’s condition requires an integrated program of rehabilitation services to develop and restore independent living skills to support his/her recovery.

4. The client must be concurrently engaged in outpatient mental health treatment.

5. All individuals residing in a RRP must have PRP services available.

6. The client does not require a more intensive level of care.

7. All less intensive levels of treatment have been determined to be unsafe or unsuccessful.

How can I start receiving PRP services?

CLINICAL / PROVIDER REFERRAL FOR PSYCHIATRIC REHABILITATION PROGRAM
Referring Medical Professionals & Agencies: Please click below to download our PRP referral form, fax it to our intake fax# 443-607-6672, and a member of our PRP rehabilitation team will contact you within 24 – 48 hours of receipt.

What is Intensive Outpatient Treatment?

Intensive Outpatient Treatment is an intensive and structured program that supports the recoveryof individuals struggling with alcoholism and / or substance abuse. Although the program is out -patient, it requires a minimum of 10 hours of therapeutic individual and group counseling sessions per week

What should I do if I have more questions?

For more information on how New Life Family Servicescan help you meet your personal goals and improve the quality of your life, please call 443-607-8177 and speak to one of our friendly client support consultants. We would be more than happy to answer your questions and get you on the road to a better way of life

What insurance does new life family services accept?

PRP services are billable through medical assistance.

To be eligible to receive psychiatric rehabilitation services in the state of Maryland:
1. The client has a mental health DSM-IV diagnosis included in the Priority Population as  defined by the Maryland Department of Health & Mental Hygiene,  and the client’s impairment(s) can be expected to be stabilized at this level of care.

2. The impairment results in at least one of the following:

  • A clear, current threat to the Individual’s ability to live in his/her customary setting
  • An inability to be employed or attend school without support
  • An inability to manage the effects of his/her mental illness

3. The client’s condition requires an integrated program of rehabilitation services to develop and restore independent living skills to support his/her recovery.

4. The client must be concurrently engaged in outpatient mental health treatment.

5. All individuals residing in a RRP must have PRP services available.

6. The client does not require a more intensive level of care.

7. All less intensive levels of treatment have been determined to be unsafe or unsuccessful.

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