Outpatient Clinics Services

The Walter P. Carter Clinics (WPCC) are community mental health clinics -- components of the University of Maryland’s Community Psychiatry Program. These clinics are committed to providing comprehensive mental health treatment to residents of Baltimore City -- especially in south and southwest Baltimore. The staff consists of psychiatrists, social workers, and nurses.

Outpatient Clinic Services

We offer services to people who need help with:

  • Family problems, including marital difficulties and parenting issues
  • Life crises
  • Chronic psychiatric illness
  • Adolescent adjustment problems
  • School problems
  • Psychiatric illness in combination with substance abuse

The clinics utilize interdisciplinary treatment teams that coordinate services for adults and children. To provide comprehensive care, these teams also work closely with a wide variety of other WPCC programs, University of Maryland psychiatry programs, and community agencies.

RAISE Connection Program

The RAISE Connection Program offers an opportunity for individuals, ages 15-35, experiencing the early stages of psychotic illness to receive comprehensive services. Individualized services for up to two years can include:

  • Therapy
  • Social skills training
  • Family education
  • Medication management
  • Locating a job
  • Returning to school
  • Substance abuse treatment

The program is located at the University of Maryland Midtown Campus -- Carruthers Clinic. Referrals can be made directly to the RAISE team leader by calling 410-462-5799. RAISE is a part of The Maryland Early Intervention Program (MEIP).

Locations and Contacts

Fayette Clinic

Adult Services
701 W. Pratt Street
3rd Floor
Baltimore, MD 21201
410-328-2207

Carruthers Clinic

Adult and Child Services
827 Linden Ave.
2nd Floor
Baltimore, MD 21201
410-462-5799