A comprehensive, community mental health center located on the FSI Gaithersburg Nonprofit Village campus offers a full range of psychiatric assessment and treatment services.
Our Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services provide support and treatment to optimize a person’s emotional, psychological and somatic well-being. Family Services is a leading resource for comprehensive treatment for individuals, youth and families, including those living with serious mental illness, substance abuse and co-occurring mental illness and substance abuse disorders. We provide a full range of community-based mental health services that are flexible and individualized to support your needs as well as outpatient substance abuse services. Our highly trained and experienced staff are dedicated to providing responsive, culturally competent services in the most supportive, safe and nurturing environment.
A community, recovery-focused psychiatric rehabilitation program serving adults in Montgomery County with mental illness—services include a day program, residential rehabilitation, a mental health vocational program, and support for independent living. Four HUD, Section 811 projects are operated.
A community, recovery-focused psychiatric rehabilitation program serving adults in Prince George's County with mental illness—services include residential rehabilitation, a mental health vocational program, and support for independent living. Three HUD, Section 811 projects are operated.
A community, recovery-focused psychiatric rehabilitation program serving transitional age youth (18-24) in Montgomery County with mental illness is provided. Services include a day program, residential rehabilitation, a mental health vocational program, and support for independent living.
Partnering with area hospitals in the wider Maryland metropolitan region, services are geared toward preventing unnecessary hospital readmissions for patients through case management and coordinated care.
Care & Connections for Families (CCF) provides services for youth (ages 6 to 18) and their families who seek stabilization support after a youth has experienced a mental health crisis. This program is designed to provide short-term intensive in-home mental health services, as well as connection to longer-term services to ensure long-term stabilization. Parents and caregivers will work together with their youth, their therapist, and their in-home stabilizers to construct a plan toward resilience and recovery.
Provides certified care specialists, registered nurses, entitlements specialists and other healthcare professionals to help manage your overall health and wellness. Health Home provides a unique opportunity to combine health and mental health care, addressing behavioral, physical and social needs.
Specialized programs for the early identification, evaluation, and treatment of adolescents and young adults who have started experiencing certain troubling thoughts and/or experiences, or exhibiting changes in behavior.