Cornerstone Montgomery offers a variety of community based services (PRP) to support people so that they can live as independently as possible in their own homes.
The Supported Living program works with people who live in their own home or with family members. We meet in a variety of settings depending on the person’s needs and preferences:
Permanent Supportive Housing is a unique housing program that allows consumers to stay in the housing for as long as they want and need it. The program has 20 beds that are either condos or townhouses located in Bethesda, Rockville, Silver Spring and Olney. Rent is calculated at 38% of income.
The Montgomery County Case Management (MCCM) team offers short-term case management services to Montgomery County residents with a mental health and/or co-occurring disorder.
MCCM helps clients:
Foundations is open to all participants in our Vocational PRP, Residential and Supported Living Programs. An alternative to traditional day programs, groups are psychoeducational and designed to nurture self-esteem, develop community living skills, and improve interpersonal relationships. Foundations fosters recovery through a variety of groups as well as individual training to build confidence and proficiency in all phases of daily life. Classes and activities are offered during the day, evening and on weekends, and include Friday night and weekend social and recreational activities.