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We help teens and young adults struggling with mental health issues like depression, anxiety, trauma, and bipolar disorder. Sandstone provides long-lasting treatment, so you can live your best life.
Individualized daytime program over an 8-12 week period.
Partial hospitalization (PHP) or day treatment program for young adults.
Our after-school IOP program allows teens to participate in treatment 5 days a week and stay in school.
Clients will attend therapy one-on-one and in a group setting.
Here are the steps to getting mental health help in Maryland with Sandstone Care:
The mental health programs offered by Sandstone Care at our Maryland locations center around trauma, depression, PTSD, and anxiety. It's important to find the right mental health services for your exact needs.
It can feel confusing trying to determine the exact behavioral health services you need to help you or your loved one get better. We believe that you should get straightforward answers and upfront solutions to these mental health challenges.
When you reach out to us, we'll connect you with the treatment that you need, and if we are not the right fit, we'll connect with a behavioral health provider that is.
Some of the primary care programs include:
Sandstone Care's Center for Depression, Trauma, and Anxiety is specifically designed to help adolescents and young adults overcome mental health conditions.
In addition to providing mental health care, we also support teens and young adults with substance use disorders and substance abuse. We are located southwest of Baltimore, and north of Washington D.C.
According to Samsha.gov Maryland's most common mental health issues include depression, anxiety, and co-occurring mental health and substance use disorders.
The Maryland Mental health hotline is a free government resource that can provide crisis intervention, counseling for suicide prevention, family relationship problems, violent or threatening domestic situations, and other issues.
They can also give referrals to other non-profits, institutes, and advocacy organizations. It is active 24 hours a day 7 days a week.
The Maryland Health Hotline number is 1-800-422-0009.
Many non-profits and advocacy groups in Maryland help with mental illness by providing training to professionals and the public, doing community outreach to raise awareness for mental health concerns, and by providing oversight to Maryland's public behavioral health programs.
The behavioral health system in Maryland is a network of organizations that promotes the intervention, support, and education of physical and mental public health.
Behavioral health covers a variety of services including family and marriage counseling, support for individuals with mental or developmental disabilities, and psychiatric care.
You can learn more about Maryland's statewide behavioral health stakeholders by visiting Maryland's Behavioral Health Administration's website
Our goal is to provide the most helpful information. Please reach out to us if you have any additional questions. We are here to help in any way we can.