Mountain Manor Treatment Center admission team members are available around the clock
to help determine whether you or a loved one may be in need of professional help.
They will work with you to schedule an assessment or an admission, as clinically
appropriate, at your convenience.
Inpatient (residential) admissions for Adults (age 21 or over), Young Adults (18
through 24) and Adolescents (13 through 18) can be arranged any time of day, 7 days
a week. Admissions are arranged after a clinical determination that the inpatient
level of care is appropriate, along with approval from the insurance provider or
state/county agency funding personnel.
For Adolescent and Young Adult admissions, please call 410-233-1400 or 1-800-446-8833.
For Adult admissions, please call 1-800-537-3422 or 1-301-447-2361.
“There is no better place than Mountain Manor; they truly turned my life around and
I feel like a new person.”
-Elena, age 17
“I appreciate everything my counselor did for me. She helped me create my treatment
plan as well as show faith in my recovery.”
-Nick, age 16
“Mountain Manor saved my life and helped me get my children back.”
-Laura, age 30
“You helped me finally get back home.”
-Jerry, age 46
“The staff at Mountain Manor helped me learn and gave me great suggestions for a
plan of my recovery...their suggestions worked!”
-Tyrell, age 19
Mountain Manor’s assessment team members are qualified professionals who will help
determine what level of care is needed – detoxification, residential (inpatient),
intensive outpatient, day treatment or outpatient – as well as special clinical services
that may be required, for example, psychiatric assessment, dual diagnosis treatment
for co-occurring disorders, or opioid specialty treatment. The clinical team member
will gather important information regarding the individual’s history of substance
use and other problems from the individual and his/her family members are part of
the evaluation process.
Mountain Manor clinicians utilize the nationally accepted evaluation and treatment
criteria – the American Society of Addiction Medicine Patient Placement Criteria
(ASAM-PPC) to determine the appropriate level of service and care.
Mountain Manor Treatment Center staff members work with the patient and family to
determine all funding resources available for the level of clinical care required.
Mountain Manor accepts most forms of private insurance, Medicaid (Medical Assistance),
Primary Adult Care (PAC) and various State and County funding resources. A sliding
fee scale is offered to those in need.
Patients admitted to inpatient care should bring a week’s change of clothing and
their own alcohol-free and non-aerosol personal hygiene products.
3800 Frederick Avenue, Baltimore MD 21229 Phone 410-233-1400