Adult Crisis Program Referral
When it is a concern that an individual may be in need of a Crisis Bed a referral source must obtain the required information through a face-to-face evaluation with the consumer and document on the SMCN Adult Crisis House Referral Packet. A referral packet includes an Adult Crisis House Referral Application, Statement of Medical Clearance, Screening Assessment and Mental Status. It is imperative that all required documentation is completed in full before an application can be considered for approval. Each part of the overall application requires a specific authorization signature.
In-Home Intervention Program (IHIP) Referral:
IHIP consumers are between the ages of 5 and 17 years old. Eligibility and participation for this program requires medical assistance, a diagnosis within the target population, and the referral form needs to be completed by a psychiatrist and/or therapist.
Psychiatric Rehabilitation Program (PRP) and Targeted Case Managment (TCM) Program Referral:
For the TCM and PRP programs, an individual must have a mental illness; meet the medical necessity criteria; and not have private insurance. The referral can be completed by the individual needing services (a self-referral), or a community resource as long as the person in need of services signs the referral voluntarily.
Supported Employment Program (SEP) Referral:
Supported Employment Services are provided for adults who are least 18 years of age, have been diagnosed with a mental illness, is interested in employment education and training, and also eligible for the public mental health system.
Residential Rehabilitation Program (RRP) Referral:
The Residential Rehabilitation Program referral can be found on the Department of Mental Health and Hygiene's website by clicking the link below. Individuals must qualify on the basis of psychiatric need and eligibility for the Public Mental Health System.
Projects for Assistance in Transition from Homelessness (PATH) Program Referral:
The PATH program is a voluntary program that serves individuals with serious mental illness and/or co-occurring substance use disorders, who are experiencing homelessness or who are at risk of homelessness. PATH services include community-based outreach, case management and linkage to community services.
Community Behavioral Health Liaison (CBHL)
Know someone who is in a mental health crisis? Have the police been involved? Call the Community Behavioral Health Liaison (CBHL) for assistance. Providing individualized safety planning, referral and linkage to community resources in Calvert, Charles, and St. Mary’s. Call Susan Onofrio, L.C.P.C. at 410-535-4787, ext. 346 or 443-624-7789.