A comprehensive team approach to behavioral health services

Our team of behavioral health professionals provides comprehensive care services to diagnose and treat children, adolescents, adults, and geriatric individuals who struggle with a behavioral health condition. There are many reasons to choose MedStar Health:

  • High standards for quality of care
  • A collaborative and comprehensive team
  • Dedicated to compassionate and culturally competent care
  • A continuum of care including outpatient, partial hospitalization and inpatient
  • Psychiatric emergency services

We care for our patients through specialized inpatient, outpatient, and integrated care, including assistance with medical conditions.

To help manage chronic health conditions and encourage a focus on comprehensive wellness, we partner with patients’ primary care physicians and other health professionals. We work together as a team to find a treatment plan that is tailored to each patient’s needs.

Clinical Programs

  • Inpatient adult psychiatry
  • Adult partial hospitalization /Intensive outpatient programs
  • Adult outpatient programs
  • Inpatient adolescent psychiatry
    • Inpatient adolescent psychiatry unit at MedStar Montgomery
    • Inpatient adolescent psychiatry unit at MedStar Franklin Square
  • Adolescent partial hospitalization /Intensive outpatient programs
    • Adolescent partial hospitalization/Intensive outpatient at MedStar Montgomery
  • Child and adolescent outpatient programs
    • Center for Children and Families at MedStar Georgetown
    • WISE Center at MedStar Georgetown
    • Launch Clinic at MedStar Georgetown
    • Outpatient child and adolescent at MedStar Franklin Square
    • Outpatient child and adolescent at MedStar Montgomery
  • Geriatric psychiatry services

Meet our behavior care providers

Our highly skilled, experienced team comprises board-certified psychiatrists, psychologists, psychotherapists, behavioral health nurses and ...

Additional information

Research

Our team is regularly published in the healthcare literature. We are also involved in community-based research and innovation, including the Safe Babies, Safe Moms Project, a $30 million grant from the Clark Foundation focusing on maternal and early childhood health.