These services are provided by the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at the two locations. Learn more about all Johns Hopkins Substance Abuse Treatment and Research
The Johns Hopkins Hospital
Intensive Treatment Unit (ITU) - an eight-bed unit that provides medically-supervised detoxification.
Motivated Behaviors Unit (MBU) - an eight-bed unit which specializes in the treatment of patients with both substance use and other psychiatric disorders.
Broadway Center for Addiction - offers comprehensive treatment services (medical, psychiatric, social services and family needs) for people in the community experiencing acute or chronic substance use disorders. Call 410- 955-5439.
The Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center
Addiction Treatment Services (ATS) - a comprehensive treatment center offering standard outpatient care, and intensive outpatient care including treatment for dual-diagnosis patients.
Addictions in Adolescence (CODA) - substance abuse and mental health services to youth and young adults between the ages of 14 and 22.
Behavioral Pharmacology Research Unit (BPRU) - an outpatient research clinic that is part of a broad-based research program conducting human laboratory and clinical treatment research.
Center for Addiction and Pregnancy (CAP) - an outpatient rogram with an overnight stay service providing a comprehensive, coordinated, and multidisciplinary approach to drug-dependent pregnant women (including post-partum) as well as pediatric services.
Center for Learning and Health (CLH) - a research unit dedicated to developing and testing innovative employment-based interventions to reduce drug addiction.
Chemical Dependence Unit – 410-550-1910 (inpatient)
Mental Illness and Substance Abuse Program – offers assessment and transition services to individuals suffering from both substance use disorders and other psychiatric illnesses.