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Depression, Anxiety, Post-Traumatic Stress (PTSD), or other


symptoms affecting your life? Unsure about what to do?

 

Our Clinic May Be the Answer

Pathways Clinic Entrance We provide telephone response 8:00 am to 6:00 p.m., Monday through Thursday, Fridays till 4:00 p.m. to any requests or referrals for outpatient evaluation and treatment.You have the option of making an appointment (generally available within one week of making a request) or being seen on a walk-in basis. While we have same-day access for Medical Assistance,  we need twenty-four hours (call 301-997-9309) to verify private and Medicare insurance. For injectable medication you must contact us at (301) 997-9309 to verify supply and a time when a nurse might be available to administer it. Treatment modalities include individual, couples, family, and group therapy, and medication evaluation and management. Services are available to children, teens and adults.

Crisis Intervention

For urgent outpatient requests, staff can prioritize a patient and make every attempt to have the patient seen within 24 hours (except weekends) for psychiatric evaluation, crisis stabilization, and urgent medication treatment. These services may also include short-term therapy, case management, and referrals for any other services determined to be in the person’s best interests.

Psychiatry Service and Medication Management  

A staff psychiatrist conducts evaluations, designs treatment plans, including medication therapy, and provides periodic review of all treatments and medication.

Counseling for Families, Couples, and Individuals 

Our counseling and psychotherapeutic services provide access to affordable, long-term therapy to the communities in Southern Maryland, including families and couples seeking help for relational problems.

Adult Therapy Groups

Groups dealing with relationship problems, men's issues, and women's issues are ongoing. Other groups are more informational, discussing medication issues and mental illness awareness. Therapy groups cover topics such as Anger Management and Stress Management. New groups may also be initiated from time to time to respond to the needs of our growing community.

Services for “Co-occurring” Disorders

These services provide treatment in an outpatient setting for persons who abuse substances and also have a mental illness.

Services to Those with a Persistent Mental Illness

We are dedicated to serving persons with a serious and persistent mental illness in the community. The programming is integrated with our Psychiatric Rehabilitation Program to support the individual not just clinically, but with mobile visits to the home, work site, or anywhere else of preference to the client. Housing and job placement are available as well. The goal of this effort is recovery.

Insurances Accepted

Medicaid, Medicare, and most private insurances. Contact us for further information.