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Adult Mobile Treatment

Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center

The Mobile Treatment Program serves adults in the community with serious and persistent mental illness who have difficulty following through with traditional outpatient services. In addition to being unable to engage in traditional outpatient treatment, an individual must have a history of inpatient psychiatric treatment, extensive usage of emergency services, and/or arrests associated with mental illness.

Patients receive psychiatric services in their home from a team of psychiatric professionals. By providing consistent services in the community, patients achieve greater treatment compliance and experience fewer hospitalizations. The goal is to help clients toward recovery so that they can return to traditional forms of psychiatric treatment in the community.

To make a referral or schedule an intake appointment, call Ian Carroll at 410-292-4501 or the program supervisor, David Cavey, LCSW-C at 410-284-5020 / Fax: 410-284-5008

 

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