Montgomery Station is a Psychiatric Rehabilitation program that provides comprehensive services to adults living with serious mental illnesses to help each individual reach their full potential and achieve their goals. Based on the Mental Health Recovery Model, Psychiatric Rehabilitation promotes recovery, community integration and improved quality of life for all individuals living with a serious mental illness. At Montgomery Station, we emphasize hope and the fact that everyone has the capacity for personal growth, progress and recovery. Montgomery Station’s approach to serving clients is person-centered, individualized, strength-based and integrative, focusing on the whole person, not just the illness. 

Our Programs and Services Include:


The Day Program provides on-site structured activities including:
  • A variety of psycho-educational and creative expression groups throughout the day, Monday - Friday
  • Community outings, events and excursions
  • Eligibility Requirements: serious mental illness and must have Medicaid


  • A transitional program that provides shared housing for clients requiring intensive support and services
  • Staff deliver rehab services and support to the client's home or other community settings
  • Clients are required to participate in structured daily activity and to receive psychiatric treatment
  • Eligibility Requirements: serious mental illness and must have Medicaid
  • Referrals to this program must be made through Ken Weston at the Local Behavioral Health Agency, 240-777-3338.  For other admission questions, please contact Mary Dillion at 301-840-3265.


  • Provides individualized support and rehabilitation services in clients' homes or other community settings by staff on a 1:1 basis.  This is for clients who do not need the frequency or intensity of services by the Residential Program
  • Eligibility Requirements: serious mental illness and must have Medicaid


  • Provides services to clients who are interested in successfully seeking or maintaining employment
  • Utilizes evidence-based practices to assist in the job search and all aspects of the employment process
  • Zero Exclusion program so there are o work-readiness or employment history requirements for admission 


  • Offers affordable, permanent shared housing for adults with serious mental illness
  • Tenants are not required to receive Psychiatric Rehabilitation Program services, but are eligible to participate in Day Program, Outreach or Supportive Employment 
  • Tenants pay approximately 30% of their monthly income for rent
  • Eligibility Requirements: must have a serious mental illness, a minimum monthly income of $400, and  demonstrated ability to manage finances independently and manage medication regimen successfully


  • Nurse Manager provides twice monthly services to clients who are living with chronic medical conditions, as well as a serious mental illness
  • Monitors medical health conditions and provides education and training around managing physical health and optimizing wellness
  • Helps to facilitate care coordination and open communications with physicians treatment team members
  • Eligibility Requirements: Must be enrolled in a Psychiatric Rehabilitation Program and must have Medicaid
  • For more information, please contact Joe Susco at 443-469-6940

Did you know:

  1. One in four adults, approximately 57.7 million Americans, experience a mental health disorder in a given year.
  2. Major depressive disorder affects 6.7% of adults, or about 14.8 million American adults, and is the leading cause of disability in the United States and Canada in ages 15 to 44.
  3. Adults living with serious mental illness die 25 years earlier than other Americans, largely due to treatable medical conditions.
  4. An estimated 5.2 million adults have co-occurring mental health and addiction disorders.
  5. Four of the 10 leading causes of disability in the United States and other developed countries are mental disorders.
  6. Mental illness usually strikes individuals in the prime of their lives, often during adolescence and young adulthood.

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