Behavioral Health Home


Mosaic’s Behavioral Health Home is not a physical place – it is a model of care that provides enhanced services and supports to individuals with serious and persistent mental illness, also known as SPMI. The Behavioral Health Home uses a whole-person approach to address all of an individual's health care needs – behavioral, physical and social.  It augments Mosaic's exiting services, building upon and adding to our staff and activities to better serve individuals participating in the Health Home.  Health Home services assist an individual in all aspects of the recovery process.

Behavioral Health Home services include:

Comprehensive Care Management

Staff collaborate to provide comprehensive care management services and are responsible for coordinating primary and behavioral health care and social services to address the whole-person needs. Health-home specific goals are incorporated into the individual's care plan, including goals and times frames, community networks and supports, and optimal clinical outcomes. The Health Home team identifies and prioritizes population-wide needs and trends so that appropriate treatment guidelines and interventions can be implement across the entire Health Home service.

Care Coordination

Includes implementation of a care plan centered on the consumer, through appropriate linkages, referrals, coordination and follow-up to needed services and supports.

Health Promotion

Assists Health Home participants and families to become involved in the implementation of their care plan and places a strong emphasis on skills development for monitoring and management of chronic and other physical health conditions.

Comprehensive Transitional Care

Reduces hospital admissions and emergency room use, eases the transition to long-term services and supports and ensures times and proper follow-up care. Increases the ability of participants and their families to manage care and live safely in the community. Shifts the use of reactive care to proactive health promotion and self-management.

Individual and Family Support Services

Provides supports to individuals, families and caregivers to assist and empower them in attaining their highest level of health and functioning possible in their communities.

Referral to Community and Social Support Services

Identifies and manages referrals to community-based resources, access to care and engagement with other community and social supports.


Our Health Home offers enhanced services and supports for adults with serious and persistent mental illness, who are receiving services through Mosaic's Adult Psychiatric Rehabilitation Program (PRP) or our Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) Team. Health Home participants must be Medicaid-eligible at time of enrollment.


For more information or to make a referral to our Health Home services, please contact Katie Gilligan at 410.453.9553, ext. 1212 or via email at Katie(dot)Gilligan(at) Services are paid for through Medicaid and are at no added cost to our clients enrolled in our Adult Psychiatric Rehabilitation Programs (PRP) or our Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) Team.


Mosaic's Health Home services are available at the following locations:

Baltimore County, Timonium:  1931 Greenspring Drive, Timonium 21093

Baltimore County, Catonsville:  20 Winters Lane, Catonsville 21228

Baltimore County, Rosedale – 9021 Philadelphia Road, Rosedale 21237

Baltimore City – 2225 N. Charles Street, Baltimore 21218

Carroll County, Westminster – 288 E. Green Street, Westminster 21157

Harford County, Belcamp – 4510 Wharf Point Court, Belcamp  21017

Harford County, Aberdeen – 15 S. Parke St., Suite 400, Aberdeen 21001

Health home services are also delivered through our Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) Teams in Baltimore City and Harford County.