The EMRC Group is a certified Mental Health agency established in 2006. We are an organization with more than 16 years of experience in providing direct mental health, substance abuse and community support services to adults, children and adolescent clients in institutional and outpatient settings in Maryland. Our treatment programs are based on the recovery and person-centered models of rehabilitation for children and families. We specialize in providing community based and traditional on-site services. We understand the need to meet the client where they are. Individuals are provided with skills and support to embrace their mental wellness, to enhance the quality of their life and to pursue personally valued roles in their living, learning, work and social environments. Many individuals with mental health diagnoses face challenges with being included in the community and accessing community resources. This is due in part to the segregation and isolation that they have experienced and in part to the symptoms of their mental health diagnosis.

Our professional staff focus on building hope in a positive and possible future, symptom management, coping strategies, people skills, development of transferable work and school skills to build readiness, vocational goal setting, wellness planning, problem solving, socialization skills and therapeutic creative expression.

Our Mission
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.

Our Commitment
EMRC is committed to provide 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.