Co-Medical Directors: Vinay Parekh, M.D. and Anne Ruble, M.D.
Psychiatrist: Jeffrey Hsu, M.D.
Program Manager: Antoinette Maynard-Carter, B.S.W., M.A.
Clinical Manager: Daniel L. Buccino, M.A., M.S.W.
The Johns Hopkins Broadway Center for Addiction offers comprehensive outpatient treatment services for persons with acute or chronic substance use disorders. Drug addiction is a disorder that ultimately impacts on all aspects of personal and family functioning. Therefore, the program has a holistic approach to care delivery, addressing medical, psychiatric, social service and family needs through on-site, integrated program services.
In reference to its primary service location at 911 N. Broadway, the program is sometimes referred to as the '911 Program'. In addition, the program operates a certified halfway house for female patients - the Wilson House.
Services in the Broadway Center include outpatient opioid detoxification, intensive outpatient, standard outpatient, and opioid maintenance treatment. In all levels of care, patients receive individual counseling by a primary therapist/counselor who provides treatment aimed at short-term problem solving (e.g., arranging stable housing), substance abuse education, sobriety planning and relapse prevention, HIV education and risk reduction counseling, and referral and follow-up to hospital and community resources.Breath-test measurements of alcohol levels are conducted at each clinic contact and urinalysis testing for other drug use is conducted according to program guidelines. Lunch is provided at the program. Narcotics Anonymous and Alcoholics Anonymous meetings are hosted on-site during clinic hours. A variety of gender-specific groups are provided for women.
BA- or MA-level certified addiction counselors and licensed therapists provide direct services. Master's-level licensed staff, doctoral-level psychologists and physicians provide clinical supervision.Services are directed by licensed psychologists and physicians with a specialty in addiction services. Programs are accredited by the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations and the State of Maryland. These publicly-funded substance abuse programs serve East Baltimore residents, providing outpatient, intensive outpatient, and halfway house services, without regard to ability to pay.
- House of Ruth - housing and services for women and children
- Dayspring Programs, Inc. - transitional housing facility for women and children
- Beans and Bread - kitchen and drop-in center
- Zion Baptist Church - kitchen and drop-in center
- Helping Up Mission - homeless shelter, vocational training
- Baltimore Substance Abuse Systems/Criminal Justice Initiative - source of some referrals
The combination of community resources and experts from The Johns Hopkins Hospital, School of Medicine and School of Nursing allows the program to provide a number of related services in support of its primary goal of treating alcohol and drug dependence.
- Health Services - a nurse practitioner and several internists provide weekly health care in a clinic on-site, as well as oversee detoxification services.
- Case Management - representatives from some HealthChoice MCO's provide on-site case management for enrolled members.
- Housing - a limited number of housing slots are available through the Broadway Center halfway house and the Helping-Up Mission for patients who are homeless or have unstable housing, as they work with clinic staff to find appropriate and stable housing.
- Psychiatric Services - for patients with other psychiatric disorders along with substance dependency, Jeffrey Hsu, M.D., offers two on-site clinics weekly for evaluation, medication management, brief treatment, and referral.
Contact UsJohns Hopkins Broadway Center for Addiction
911 N. Broadway
Baltimore, MD 21205