OVERVIEW: Provides mental health and substance abuse services to residents in need.
1) MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES:
o Inpatient mental health: Provides comprehensive care for individuals, ages 13 and older, in need of short-term crisis stabilization services.
o Partial hospitalization: Offers a group-oriented, structured program for individuals, 18 and older, who experience mood and thought disorders, but do not require inpatient care.
o Adult intensive outpatient program: Provides a therapeutic and education program for individuals, ages 18-64.
o Senior intensive outpatient: Offers a therapeutic and educational program for adults 65 and older experiencing mood and thought disorders.
o Adolescent outpatient mental health: Offers group-oriented treatment for ages 13-18 with emotional and/or behavioral problems.
o Dual diagnosis: Offers an intensive outpatient program designed for adults who are diagnosed as having a psychiatric disorder and substance dependence and are in need of an intensive program to manage their mental illness and maintain/achieve abstinence.
o Individual and family therapy: Offers mental health treatment for individuals and families.
o Women's group: Offers weekly group therapy for adult women that provides insight and encourages improved communication and the ability to connect with others.
o Occupational therapy: Promotes the enhancement of the physical, emotional, mental, and social well-being of individuals. Inpatient only.
2) ADDICTION TREATMENT SERVICES:
o Medical detoxification: Each patient, 18 and older, is medically evaluated and carefully monitored during the detoxification phase.
o Partial hospital- day rehab: Offers an intensive (7-14 hours per day) outpatient program.
o Outpatient addiction treatment service (OATS): Evening outpatient program. Provides benefits of treatment while continuing to live normal lives within the community.
o Relapse prevention: Evening treatment programs designed to help individuals who experienced a brief relapse after a period of sobriety. Must have participated in an intensive treatment program within the previous two years and experienced difficulty in their recovery program.
o Dual diagnosis program: See notes under Mental Health Services.
o Adolescent substance abuse: Outpatient program for ages 13-18 who experience problems related to substance abuse.
o Adolescent substance abuse education: Offers a 5 week class for ages 13-17 who are not in need of intensive treatment.
Also see separate listings for Med Star Montgomery Medical Center, Community Health Education Programs.
18101 Prince Philip Drive
18101 Prince Philip Drive
Agency: MedStar Montgomery Medical Center
Languages Available: Accommodations possible.
Payment Description: Accepts insurance, Medical Assistance and Medicaid.
Intake and Eligibility: Ages 13 and older. See notes.
- Montgomery County
- Carroll County
- Frederick County
- Howard County
- Prince Georges County