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Child Mobile Treatment

Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center

For individual ages 3 to 24 with behavioral and emotional problems who require intensive treatment to remain in the community.

Program Supervisor: Annastasia K. Kezar, MA, CSS, CAGS, LCPC, LCACD-Sup

The Child Mobile Treatment Program serves children and adolescents with psychiatric problems who require intensive outpatient treatment in order to remain in the community, but have been unable to access traditional mental health services.The goal is to provide short-term community and home-based services in order to avoid hospitalization, preserve families, and connect patients to local treatment programs. Clients must have active Medical Assistance.

Professional staff provide Individual and family services geared toward evaluation and stabilization of patients and families, connecting them to resources and eventual referral to a less intensive programs. It involves at least four visits a month. Some assistance with transportation may be provided.

To confirm eligibility and to make a referral, call Steven Shapiro, Ph.D., LCPC, clinical supervisor, at 410-550-0067. Fax 410-550-8048

 

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