Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center has a broad range of services focused on treating individuals with substance use disorders, including the Chemical Dependence Unit, an inpatient unit dedicated to treating withdrawal; an Addiction Medicine consult service for hospitalized patients; the Comprehensive Care Practice, a primary care clinic with a focus on medical care for patients with substance use disorder, HIV and HCV; and Addiction Treatment Services, an outpatient substance use disorder treatment program that includes methadone maintenance.
The Johns Hopkins Hospital provides additional opportunities for exposure to addiction treatment programs. This includes an inpatient unit dedicated for patients with co-occurring substance use disorder and mental health disorders requiring inpatient treatment (Motivated Behaviors Unit).
Mountain Manor Treatment Center is a free-standing residential and outpatient treatment program that has a full range of services unique to adolescents and young adults. Treatments offered include counseling, medically supervised withdrawal, medical management and treatment of co-occurring psychiatric disorders. Marc Fishman, M.D., is the supervising faculty member at this site.
The Johns Hopkins Broadway Center for Addiction offers comprehensive outpatient treatment services for persons with acute or chronic substance use disorders. Services in the Broadway Center include outpatient opioid detoxification, intensive outpatient, standard outpatient and opioid maintenance treatment. Kenneth Stoller, M.D., is the supervising faculty member at this site.
This facility, providing integrated addiction treatment services at ASAM Levels 2-WM, 2.1, and 1, serves as an alternative to and step down from hospital and residential levels of care. Medical staffing (M.D.s, NPs, RNs) is dense and onsite, with enhanced psychiatric services to allow for simultaneous treatment of co-occurring psychiatric disorders. Medical supervision will be provided by George Kolodner, M.D., and Paulo Negro, M.D. This site serves as a training site for University of Maryland/Sheppard Pratt psychiatric residents and addiction fellows, as well as Johns Hopkins Urban Health residents.
This will be a site for an elective rotation to provide exposure to treatment on a dedicated residential treatment campus. It will provide exposure to a higher socioeconomic mix than is typical in most treatment programs and has a unique pain and recovery program. Greg Hobelmann will be the primary supervising faculty. This site has also served as an elective location for Johns Hopkins psychiatry residents.
The Institutes for Behavior Resources Inc./REACH Health Services is a non-profit comprehensive outpatient addiction treatment center in Baltimore City, MD. REACH Health services provides a wide array of outpatient addiction treatment services, including an Opioid Treatment Program (OTP) that offers methadone and buprenorphine for patients with opioid use disorder and other health conditions; an Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) for patients receiving opioid agonist therapies at REACH and also for patients with non-opioid substance use disorders.