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Residential Rehabilitation Program Application Process

If you are interested in applying for the Residential Rehabilitation Program (RRP), you must complete the RRP Application 2013 This application is faxed or mailed directly to the Montgomery County Core Service Agency (CSA).  RRPs cannot take direct referrals from the community.  The CSA manages all applications for people interested in residential rehabilitation services and will make appropriate referrals when an RRP provider notifies them that there is a vacancy within their agency.  It is recommended that interested applications update their application every six months if they have not yet been referred to an RRP.  When the CSA makes a referral  to an agency with a residential vacancy, the agency will contact the applicant directly to arrange an intake assessment.  Applicants for RRP must have a priority population diagnosis, be receiving SSI or SSDI and be interested in receiving supported psychiatric rehabilitation services, not just housing.

Supported Living Services/ Renaissance Day Program Application Process

If you are interested in Supported Living Services or Renaissance Day Program, you must complete the Universal Application for Cornerstone Programs.  In addition, your treatment provider must complete the Individual Treatment and Rehabilitation Plan Certification Form. Once this information is received by our Intake Department, you will receive a telephone call to arrange an intake assessment or a letter indicating your status on our waiting list.  To be eligible for these services, you must be 18 years or older, be a Montgomery County resident, be engaged in treatment with a psychiatrist and/or therapist, have a priority population diagnosis and be receiving Medical Assistance (MA).

Vocational Services (Adults) Application Process

To apply for Cornerstone Montgomery’s adult Vocational Program, you must complete the Universal Application for Cornerstone Programs and the Back to Work Application.  In addition, your treatment provider must complete the Individual Treatment and Rehabilitation Plan Certification Form. Once this information is received by our Intake Department, you will receive a telephone call to arrange an intake assessment or a letter indicating your status on our waiting list.  To be eligible for Vocational Services, you must be 18 years or older, be a Montgomery County resident, be currently engaged in treatment with a psychiatrist and/or therapist and have a priority population diagnosis.

Transition Aged Youth Services Application Process

To apply for Cornerstone Montgomery’s Career Transition Program (CTP), you must complete the CTP Application 2013-2014.  You must also meet specific eligibility criteria.  Once the application is received, a member of the Career Transition Program will contact you to schedule an intake interview.

To apply for Cornerstone Montgomery’s Career Academic Pysch-rehab Services (CAPS) program, you must complete the CAPS Application.  Once the application is received, a member of the CAPS program will contact you to schedule an intake interview.