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Outpatient Mental

Health Clinic

(OMHC)

OUR PROCESS 

  • Initial intake process is started when an individual over the age of 16, or their guardian if they are a  minor comes on-site for a full briefing of PRP and all services offered.  Individual and or guardian must fill out required documentation as well as Pre- Intake Questionnaire and Intake: Initial Screening and Assessment. 

  • Individual is referred to one of our partner OMHC (Outpatient Mental Health Clinic) for initial Psychiatric Evaluation, Psychosocial, and begin therapy.  Consumer will have a choice of location of Individual transportation will be provided if needed.

 If individual (Child/Adult) qualifies for a PRP, treating Therapist or Psychiatrist will refer the individual back to Dynamic Health Care’s Psychiatric Rehabilitation Program.  Once individual is referred an initial appointment for a review of services, signs consents and obtains copies of their appropriate credentials, individual is then assigned a  Rehab Specialist  and a PRP Counselor. Counselor will make contact before 48 hours for their first appointment

Individuals and or guardian will meet on-site with Dynamic Health Care’s Rehabilitation Specialist and complete a Behavioral Health Screening/ Rehabilitation Assessment.

 

With information gathered from treating Therapist, Psychiatrist, Parent, Consumer, and Rehabilitation Specialist, a rehab plan will be developed and the individual will be assigned their personal PRP counselor.

DYNAMIC'S OMHC PROGRAMS

 

 

Mentorship

Our mentorship programs place young men and women with adults that can help them grow in specific areas, as well as assisting them maneuver through some of the challenges they may face. This program caters to children ages XX-XX. It is our belief  that sometimes children just need extra support and guidance along the way. Our mentor program is individual based, meaning we do not have a one size fits all mentality when in comes to assigning mentors and mentees.

·      Leadership

o   Building individuals leadership skills to include personal accountability, communication skills,
teamwork, and empathy

·      Self-Esteem

o   Create and manage self-building strategies with the overall goal of getting individuals to understand their self-worth and striving to be their individual best

·      Peer to Peer Mediation/ Communication (Restorative Practices)

o   Restorative practices is a social science that studies how to improve and repair relationships between people and
communities. The purpose is to build healthy communities, increase social capital, decrease crime and antisocial
behavior, repair harm and restore relationships.

 

 

 

Community Engagement

 

 

Through our community development department,  we  have engaged in activities such as:

School Outreach Programs

  • School Outreach Programs

    • Support social-emotional learning, develop leadership skills

    • Tutoring and other needs identified by the school

    • Summer programing that helps children stay active and engaged

  • Homeless Outreach Initiatives 

    • Distribution of hygiene kits, meals, clothing ,food drives etc.

  • Pop Up Shop

    • Biweekly apparel giveaways for consumers and the community

  • Specialized Grouping 

    • Segmented groups for boys, girls, men, and women

    • Each group has programs specifically for them 

  • Youth Sports Team engagement 

    • Life skills sessions focused on team building and leadership 

  • Financial literacy

    • Career development, history and culture 

  • Back to School Cookout 

    • Annual Community event targeting in school youth and their families with back to school supplies

  • Thanksgiving dinner 

    • Yearly thanksgiving giveaway to various families 

 

 

Baltimore School and Parks Initiative

We have partnered up with various Baltimore County schools and recreational centers to create and manage after school programing for children ages xx-xx. Through these programs we are able to see first hand what the children are lacking and where we can fill a void.  For many, school is a place of refuge from their home and or life, and our goal is to be able to provide a safe place that helps foster growth,a sense of community, and proactivity. Aside from making sure children continued to receive breakfast and lunch during COVID-19, we have continued to build and maintained the relationships with each child we encounter. Our programs do not end with he school year. We collaborate with our community engagement teams to help school, and parent provide safe places for this children to not only learn but also interact with one another. 

OUR PROGRAMS 

 

 

Our mentorship programs place young men and women with adults that can help them grow in specific areas, as well as assisting them maneuver through some of the challenges they may face. This program caters to children ages XX-XX. It is our belief  that sometimes children just need extra support and guidance along the way. Our mentor program is individual based, meaning we do not have a one size fits all mentality when in comes to assigning mentors and mentees.

·      Leadership

Building individuals leadership skills to include personal accountability, communication skills,

teamwork, and empathy

·      Self-Esteem

o   Create and manage self-building strategies with the overall goal of getting individuals to understand their self-worth and striving to be their individual best

·      Peer to Peer Mediation/ Communication (Restorative Practices)

o   Restorative practices is a social science that studies how to improve and repair relationships between people and
communities. The purpose is to build healthy communities, increase social capital, decrease crime and antisocial
behavior, repair harm and restore relationships.

 

 

 

 

 

Through our community development department,  we  have engaged in activities such as:

School Outreach Programs

  • School Outreach Programs

    • Support social-emotional learning, develop leadership skills

    • Tutoring and other needs identified by the school

    • Summer programing that helps children stay active and engaged

  • Homeless Outreach Initiatives 

    • Distribution of hygiene kits, meals, clothing ,food drives etc.

  • Pop Up Shop

    • Biweekly apparel giveaways for consumers and the community

  • Specialized Grouping 

    • Segmented groups for boys, girls, men, and women

    • Each group has programs specifically for them 

  • Youth Sports Team engagement 

    • Life skills sessions focused on team building and leadership 

  • Financial literacy

    • Career development, history and culture 

  • Back to School Cookout 

    • Annual Community event targeting in school youth and their families with back to school supplies

  • Thanksgiving dinner 

    • Yearly thanksgiving giveaway to various families 

 

 

We have partnered up with various Baltimore County schools and recreational centers to create and manage after school programing for children ages xx-xx. Through these programs we are able to see first hand what the children are lacking and where we can fill a void.  For many, school is a place of refuge from their home and or life, and our goal is to be able to provide a safe place that helps foster growth,a sense of community, and proactivity. Aside from making sure children continued to receive breakfast and lunch during COVID-19, we have continued to build and maintained the relationships with each child we encounter. Our programs do not end with he school year. We collaborate with our community engagement teams to help school, and parent provide safe places for this children to not only learn but also interact with one another. 

Mentorship

Baltimore School and Parks Initiative

Community Development