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
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