Behavioral Health Services offers three levels of psychiatric care to the Frederick region. Emergency evaluation, inpatient hospitalization, and psychiatric partial hospitalization are in place to serve every level of acute psychiatric need. Once stabilized, patients are linked to the most appropriate outpatient levels of care in their community including outpatient counseling, psychiatric medication management, and case-management services to facilitate fuller recovery from their symptoms.
Crisis Management Services / Emergency Department: Evaluation and disposition of acute psychiatric referrals from the community including emergency petitions.
Inpatient Behavioral Health Unit: a safe, supervised setting to recover from acute psychiatric symptoms such as suicidality, mania, major depression, psychosis, and severe anxiety.