To provide comprehensive mental health care to families and children utilizing the services of qualified professionals implementing individualized rehabilitation plans that assist all persons in obtaining their desired goals. This will reduce systematic behaviors and provide individuals with healthier and more productive lives.
EMRC is committed to providing the most comprehensive care to all persons of the Baltimore Metropolitan and surrounding areas. To honor this commitment, we are involved in partnering with other agencies aimed at providing better health care. These include consultation and service provisions to area schools, other community agencies, groups and individuals, as well as other cooperative prevention efforts.
Children & Families
Young or old, on your own or part of a family, the programs and services provided by Empowering Minds are designed with you in mind. You’ll find the support, encouragement, empowerment and community you’ll need to succeed.
Mental Health Care, Counseling and Substance Abuse Support Services
Family problems or trouble at work… coping with grief or loss… struggling with stress or chemical dependency — our programs are tailored to specific needs and include both residential and outpatient treatment.
Rehabilitation Services for Adults
Rehabilitation services for adults provide comprehensive, individualized and need-based rehabilitation services to promote independence and improve the quality of life for adults with severe and persistent mental illness. The program provides education and support that is guided by a range of assessments and individualized rehabilitation plans. In addition, the Program offers specialized vocational and supported housing services tailored to the needs of the individual. Patients are encouraged to take a leadership role in the program activities and services.
Community Support Services
Many individuals with mental illness experience difficulty being included in the community and accessing community resources. Community support services include teaching community living skills, advocating for individuals and families, coordinating the delivery of mental health services with services provided by other mental health agencies, providing individualized guidance and support and monitoring progress in organized treatment programs. In order to be included in the community, individuals are assisted in filling valued social roles such as worker, student, neighbor, voting citizen, church member, volunteer, spouse, and parent.