Youth’s Full Name

    Guardian’s Name:

    Guardian Telephone:

    Youth Telephone:


    Other Information

    Please provide the name and telephone number of a person we can contact in the event that there is difficulty reaching the person being referred for services.

    Referral Source: Must be referred by a Licensed Mental Health Professional. A “Licensed Mental Health Professional” eligible to make referrals to a PRP is defined as a Psychiatrist, CRNP-PMH, Licensed Psychologist, LCSW-C, LCPC, APRN-PMH, LCMFT, LCADC, LCPAT, LGMFT, LGADC or LGPAT. LGPC, LGMFT, LGADC, LGPAT and LMSW staff may only make referrals if they are currently in a formal clinical supervision arrangement with a supervisor approved by the Maryland Board of Professional Counselors and Therapists or the Maryland Board of Social Work Examiners, as applicable. (Supervisor’s name, title and location must be provided). Referrals from non-mental health professionals who do not have a mental health specialty are not permitted. RN-C, CAC-AD and CSC-AD are not eligible to make referrals. The Licensed Mental Health Professional must be actively enrolled as a Medicaid provider.


    Primary Diagnosis:

    Secondary Diagnosis:


    Please verify that the person applying for services meets ALL of the following criteria by placing a check mark in the box and by attaching clinical documentation for support (the list of required clinical documentation is listed below)

    The youth has a Public Behavioral Health System (PBHS) specialty mental health DSM-5 diagnosis and the youth’s impairment(s) and functional behavior can reasonably be expected to be improved or maintained by using these services
    The youth’s emotional disturbance is the cause of serious dysfunction in multiple life domains (home, school, community).
    The impairment, as a result of the youth’s emotional disturbance, results in: 1) A clear, current threat to the youth’s ability to be maintained in his/her customary setting, or 2) An emerging/impending risk to the safety of the youth and others, or 3) Other evidence of significant psychological or social impairments such as inappropriate social behavior causing serious problems with peer relationships and/or family members.
    The youth, due to the dysfunction, is at-risk for requiring a higher level of care, or is returning from a higher level of care.
    The youth’s condition requires an integrated program of rehabilitation services to return to age appropriate development and to progress accordingly towards independent functioning and independent living skills.
    The youth does not require a more intensive level of care and is deemed to be able to be safely maintained in the rehabilitation program and to benefit from the rehabilitation provided.
    There is evidence that the use of pharmacotherapy, if deemed appropriate, has been considered by the primary treating clinician.

    • And either:

    There is clinical evidence that the current intensity of outpatient treatment is not sufficient to reduce the youth’s symptoms and functional behavioral impairment resulting from the mental illness and restore him/her to an appropriate functional level, or prevent clinical deterioration, or avert the need to initiate a more intensive level of care due to current risk to the youth or others;

    • Or alternatively:

    The youth is transitioning from an inpatient, day hospital or residential treatment setting to a Community setting and there is clinical evidence that PRP services will be necessary to prevent clinical deterioration and support a successful transition back to the community or avert the need to initiate or continue a more intensive level of care.

    Clinical Documentation: (needed to request authorization for services)

    Required - Most Recent:

    Also, if available:

    Substance Use Information:

    Psychiatric Hospitalizations:

    Legal Information:

    Risk Assessment Information: If there is a history, please provide specific details


    I understand that this application is being sent in order to determine if I am eligible to obtain rehabilitation services from Archway Station, Inc. This application does not bind me to receive services. I still have the right to change my mind later. I give Archway Station, Inc. permission to communicate with the referral source to discuss and share medical and mental health history and information necessary for my referral.

    I recommend that this person receive rehabilitation services from Archway Station, Inc. (Must be referred by a Licensed Mental Health Professional. Please see the eligible list of eligible referral sources on page 1 of this referral.)

    If not submitted electronically, completed referrals, along with all required attachments, can be submitted via fax or mail. Please send to the attention of ‘Intake Coordinator’. Fax to (301) 777-8020 or Mail to Archway Station, Inc., 45 Queen St., Cumberland, MD 21502.