PRPs provide individualized psychiatric rehabilitation services for chronically mentally ill adults. PRPs often include day and residential rehabilitation programs, as well as a wide range of support and educational programs designed to promote independent living skills. When participating in a PRP, an individual may engage in medication management, learn personal hygiene and daily living skills, hone vocational skills, and engage in other forms of therapy. Additionally, many PRPs include therapeutic community outings and provide meals. In Maryland, the Department of Mental Health and Hygiene authorizes and regulates PRPs.