Mental Health Outpatient Services
While fostering person-centered planning in a safe and inviting environment, our outpatient clinics work to give children and adults the tools they need to manage their mental health issues and recover their lives.
Our team, which is trauma-informed and resiliency-oriented, includes University of Maryland School of Medicine psychiatrists, social workers, psychiatric nurses, occupational and recreational therapists, addiction counselors and trainees — all of whom are dedicated to providing high quality, comprehensive and integrated care.
Some conditions that UMMC Midtown Campus Outpatient Behavioral Health Center treats include:
- Stress-related problems
- Bipolar disorder
- Substance-induced psychiatric conditions
Both our clinic locations provide comprehensive mental health treatment with services that include:
- Individual, group and family therapies
- Medication management
- Case management
- Substance abuse services
The Carruthers Clinic offers the above services to both children and adults. Location and Directions
Its programs include:
Adult Mental Health Services
University of Maryland faculty-psychiatrists offer treatment and therapy at the Carruthers Clinic for the following conditions:
- Serious and persistent psychiatric conditions, including mood and anxiety disorders and psychosis
- Family problems, including marital difficulties and parenting issues
- Life crises
- Psychiatric illness in combination with substance abuse
Women’s Mental Health
We provide comprehensive mental health care for women before, during and after their pregnancies.
Our program focuses on the well-being of women, helping them have the best quality of life for them and their families. We provide a private space for women to talk about their needs before, during, and after their pregnancy.
Support groups are also available for parenting, addictions during pregnancy and management of postpartum stress.
Child and Adolescent
This team cares for children ages 5-18, providing diagnosis and treatment for a range of issues including hyperactivity and attention deficit disorder, impulsivity, aggression and problems at school.
Therapies and services for children include:
- Individual, play, group and family therapies
- Medication evaluation and management
- Socialization groups
- Consultation with schools and other community agencies
Young Adults Early Intervention
The Carruthers Clinic’s RAISE Connections program treats patients who have had any type of psychotic event. This early intervention program helps young adults between the ages of 15 and 35 within the first two years of the initial onset of mental health conditions.
The program provides patients with critical time intervention so that symptoms are detected early and treated effectively so they can continue to lay the foundation for their adult lives. Participants receive individualized services that may include:
- Social skills training
- Family education
- Medication management
- Locating a job
- Returning to school
- Substance abuse treatment
Referrals to RAISE, part of the Maryland Early Intervention Program, can be made by calling the RAISE team leader at 410-462-5799
Our Continuous Care Team (CCT) at this clinic sees adults that need a slightly higher level of care than traditional outpatient care.
Patients come, often multiple times per week, for medication management, therapy and case management. Some may have their monthly income managed by their team.
To make an appointment, call a community referral specialist at 410-328-9621.