Outpatient Services and Mobile Treatment

Mental Health Made For Today

We believe in treating people, not symptoms.
Our goal is to build a foundation of trust, so that we can curate actionable treatment
plans that generate positive, and lasting, results.

Outpatient Mental Health Services

Arise Behavioral Health provides comprehensive outpatient mental health services for adults, adolescents and children throughout Southern Maryland and Prince George’s County. Our services are catered towards the most vulnerable and underserved residents of our community.


We Offer:

  • Comprehensive Evaluations
  • Individualized Action Plans
  • Medication Management
  • Group and Family Psychotherapy
  • Integrative Psychotherapy
  • Vocational Services
  • Substance Abuse Services
  • Therapeutic Injections
  • Music-Based Recreation Therapy
  • MAT Services

Mobile Treatment Services

Arise is proud to offer our patients Mobile Treatment Services. This highly effective program, based on the Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) model, provides comprehensive and individualized mental health care to individuals with serious and persistent mental illness in the community setting.

The program is designed to provide wrap-around services that address all aspects of an individual’s life, including housing, employment, substance use and social support. Our team of highly trained and licensed social workers, therapists, nurses and support staff work together to provide a personalized treatment plan that meets each client’s unique needs and goals.

Individuals who meet the following criteria may be eligible for the program:

  1. Diagnosis of serious and persistent mental illness: Individuals must have a diagnosed mental health condition that significantly impacts their daily functioning and quality of life.
  2. Need for intensive support: Individuals must require a high level of support and care in order to manage their mental health condition and live in the community. This can be indicated by frequent arrests, emergency room visits, and hospitalizations related to mental health.
  3. Difficulty accessing traditional mental health services: Individuals who have a history of difficulty accessing and participating in traditional in-office mental health services.
  4. Residence in the community: Individuals must reside in the community and may be homeless, rather than in a hospital or other institutional setting.

CARF International is a non-profit accrediting body that provides accreditation services to health and human service providers. It sets standards for quality services and evaluates organizations to determine if they meet these standards. Accreditation from CARF demonstrates a commitment to continuous improvement and to providing high-quality services to clients.

Mental Wellness Begins With A Conversation

Let’s talk about what a better life looks like for you.