Mountain Manor Treatment Center at Emmitsburg(MMTC-E) has treated more than 24,000
patients during its forty year history and provides adult male and female residents
with medically monitored inpatient detoxification services, medically managed intensive
inpatient services, Intensive Outpatient Services and Partial Hospitalization. MMTC-E
is accredited by the Joint Commission and certified by the Maryland Department of
Health and Mental Hygiene, Office of Health Care Quality.
Since 1998, MMTC-E has focused its strategic plan on the development and implementation
of integrated programs for the management and treatment of clients with co-occurring
mental health and substance abuse disorders and on expanding its specialty programs
to meet the complex needs of different target populations. MMTC-E clinicians have
demonstrated particular expertise in the creation of effective and evidence-based
programming for: women with children, pregnant women, the homeless, injection drug
users, individuals with HIV/AIDS and Adult Justice System clients.
Mountain Manor has been one of the national leaders in the use of innovative approaches
to the treatment of opioid problems and has participated in the research that has
demonstrated the effectiveness of medications, e.g. Naltrexone and Buprenorphine
in combination with a continuum of clinical services. Mountain Manor was the first
in the region to offer Vivitrol (extended release Naltrexone) now approved by the
FDA for opioid addiction. The combination of Vivitrol injections with evidence-based
group and individual counseling provides new hope for young adults and adults who
have difficulty in stopping their use and are at high risk of relapse.
Transportation for admissions will be provided upon request.
Safe Harbor Women and Children’s Program – Mountain Manor Treatment Center in Emmitsburg
Safe Harbor is a residential program for pregnant and post-partum substance abusing
women who enter treatment with their children and infants, thus eliminating a major
obstacle to treatment. Services offered include an approved nursery, child care,
after-school tutoring, parenting classes, vocational preparation and a step-down
transition track that leads to community integration.
New Horizons Co-Occurring Residential Program – Mountain Manor Treatment Center in
New Horizons is a long term residential treatment program for justice system involved
men and women with substance and mental health issues. Both Safe Harbor and New
Horizons are operated by Potomac Healthcare Foundation, the non-profit corporation
that is an affiliate of Mountain Manor.
The Shoemaker Center
6655 Sykesville Road
Sykesville, Maryland 21784
The Shoemaker Center, located on the grounds of the Springfield Hospital Center,
has been operated by Maryland Treatment Centers, Inc. (MTC) since 2008. The forty
bed program is certified by the Office of Health Care Quality to provide medically
monitored inpatient detoxification services for adult males and females and medically
managed intensive inpatient services for adult males and females, Intensive Outpatient
Services and Partial Hospitalization.
Since the inception of the management contract, MTC has established programs that
have markedly improved the quality of care for patients with co-occurring disorders
and for specialty populations, e.g. women, the indigent and homeless individuals.
The Medical Director and clinical team now include the use of buprenorphine in the
Detoxification protocols at the facility for the treatment of opiate dependency and
withdrawal. Treatment focuses on providing strategies that promote long-term abstinence
including case management, discharge planning and helping patients make connections
to activities that support meaningful recovery.
Avery Road Treatment Center
14703 Avery Road
Rockville, Maryland 20853
The Avery Road Treatment Center (ARTC), managed by Maryland Treatment Centers, Inc.
(MTC) through a contract with Montgomery County offers medically monitored inpatient
detoxification services and medically managed intensive inpatient services to adult
males and females.
The Avery Road Treatment Center has become a premier facility for the treatment of
substance use disorders, co-occurring disorders, women’s specialty programming, and
care of the indigent and homeless, treatment of individuals with HIV and Injection
drug users. The Office of Health Care Quality approved ARTC clinicians to provide
services designed to treat residents with co-occurring disorders on an inpatient
and outpatient basis. The ARTC site serves as a training site for fellows in psychiatry
for the Howard University School of Medicine.
Avery Road Combined Care
14701 Avery Road
Rockville, Maryland 20853
The Avery Road Combined Care (ARCC) facility is managed by Maryland Treatment Centers,
Inc. through a contract with Montgomery County. ARCC provide clinically managed medium
intensity residential services for adult males and females and Intensive Outpatient
Services and outpatient mental health services for adult males and females. Evidence-based
program services include: Chemical dependency treatment, education and relapse prevention,
psychiatric evaluations, mental health treatment and medication management, opioid
maintenance therapy and other medication assisted treatments, nursing, family support
and counseling, and an extensive life management curriculum that supports patients’
transitions to meaningful recovery.
The average length of stay in residential treatment at ARCC is six months, however
patients are encouraged to remain engaged in treatment through the Outpatient Mental
Health Clinic and the outpatient substance abuse groups.
3800 Frederick Avenue, Baltimore MD 21229 Phone 410-233-1400