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The Carruthers Clinic offers general mental health services to both children and adults. Along with comprehensive mental health treatment with services that include:

  • Individual, group and family therapies
  • Medication management
  • Case management
  • Substance abuse services

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 

Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services

Caring for children ages 5 - 18, psychiatrists and therapists in this area of the clinic provide diagnosis an treatment for a range of issues including hyperactivity and attention deficit disorder, impulsivity, aggression and problems at school.

  • Child mental health therapies and services include:
  • Individual, play, group and family therapies
  • Medication evaluation and management
  • Socialization groups
  • Consultation with schools and other community agencies

Women's Mental Health Services

The Carruthers Clinic provides comprehensive mental health care for women before, during and after pregnancies. Our program focuses on women's well-being, helping them and their families achieve the best quality of life. The clinic provides a private space for women to talk about their individual needs that arise before, during and after their pregnancy. Support groups are also available for parenting, addictions during pregnancy and management of postpartum stress.

RAISE Connection Program

RAISE 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:

  • Therapy
  • 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

Contact Information:

The Carruthers Clinic is open Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday from 8 am to 5 pm and Thursday 8 am to 7 pm.

Current Patients: 410-462-5799
New Patients: 410-328-9621

300 Armory Place, 2nd floor
Baltimore, Maryland 21201
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