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Mood disorders are characterized by changes in mood that don't have the usual connection with what is occurring in a person's life. Our center provides a range of specialized services to patients with mood disorders, including depression, bipolar disorder and many others. Our treatment facilities include inpatient units, a day hospital and consultation, and ongoing care clinics.

Community and Professional Education

The Mood Disorders Center is dedicated to improving awareness and educating patients, their families, caregivers, and the community at large about the burden of mood disorders and ways to ease the burden. We do this in a variety of ways from conducting symposia, writing books, speaking to community groups, and training school teachers.

 

Science. Awareness. Clinical Care.

More than 20 million Americans suffer from depression or bipolar disorder. The World Health Organization’s most recent global burden of disease study cites depression as the leading cause of disability worldwide. 

So curing these brain diseases in the best way we think possible—by understanding their genetics and biology and by translating sound clinical research into good care—is our constant goal.

– J. Raymond DePaulo, M.D. and  Kay Redfield Jamison, Ph.D., Directors of the Johns Hopkins Mood Disorders Center

Letter from the Directors
 

Locations for Care

We have two convenient locations to better serve you.

Johns Hopkins Outpatient Center

Johns Hopkins Outpatient Center

600 North Wolfe Street
Baltimore, MD 21218

Clinical Care: 410-955-5212
Clinical Research: 1-877-666-3754 (1-877-MOODSJH)

Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center

Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center

5200 Eastern Avenue D2E
Baltimore, MD 21224

​​​​​​​Clinical Care: 410-550-0104
Fax: 410-550-1748
Suzanne Mannion, Intake Coordinator
JHMBC Community Psychiatry
Clinical Research: 410-550-1652


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