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Our Services

Every mental health facility can render quality mental health care, but not all can offer customized healing like we can. At our center, we make it our utmost priority to give our clients needs-based and scientifically-proven intervention approaches that can be flexible and adaptable to changes during the treatment process of our clients.

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Couples and Marital Counseling

Marriage counseling can also help couples who plan to get married. Premarital counseling can help couples achieve a deeper understanding of each other and iron out differences before marriage. In other cases, couples seek marriage counseling to improve a troubled relationship.

What to expect

Here is what to expect from marriage counseling. The goal depends on you. Most couples attend therapy to save their marriage, but no ethical counselor would allow an unhealthy relationship to continue. So, it depends on the couples to ultimately decide if they wish to move forward and improve their relationship or have it arrive in an amicable end.

Benefits that can be achieved
  • Improve communication
  • Resolve conflicts and disagreements
  • Overcome adultery
  • Understand your partner better
  • Reduce tension
  • Prevent separation or divorce
  • Learn "good" ways to fight
  • Stop hurting each other
  • Win back your partner's love
  • Love your partner again
  • Discuss issues around raising kids
  • Improve sex and intimacy
  • Divorce or separation mediation
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Geropsychiatric Services

Focusing on adults aged 60 years and older, our Geropsychiatric Center provides information and treatment for patients and their families about the specific problems related to the aging brain and body, along with understanding the social stressors unique to older adults. Our Geropsychiatric services are also focused on reducing unnecessary hospital readmissions, managing appropriate off-label use of medications, and Managing gradual dose reductions of psychotropics.

Our Geropsychiatric Outpatient Program treatment team is composed of a board-certified, Mental Health Nurse Practitioner who provides outpatient consultations and medication management, comprehensive medical, psychiatric assessment and diagnostic services to treat acute psychiatric illness in older adults in a sensitive, caring manner.

Program Description

Our Geropsychiatric outpatient Program provides comprehensive assessment and intensive treatment to older adults with a variety of acute emotional health problems and their family members.

Program Goals
  • To provide comprehensive medical and psychiatric assessment and diagnostic services.
  • To treat acute psychiatric illness in older adults in a sensitive, caring manner.
  • To assist patients in regaining and maintaining their highest level of functioning by emphasizing health coping skills.
  • To assist patients and their families in identifying and obtaining necessary financial, social, and medical resources.
Program Services
  • Assessment Comprehensive evaluation to identify individual strengths and needs which leads to the development of a treatment program with the client.
  • Psychiatric Supervision and Medication Management Comprehensive treatment services to address medical and psychiatric issues. Patients are encouraged to continue to see their private psychiatrists and medical doctors for continuity of care.
  • Individual Psychotherapy Planned outpatient visits with a primary therapist.
For more information about the Geropsychiatric Outpatient Program or to make an appointment please call us at 443-868-4107
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Psychiatric Rehabilitation

Psychiatric rehabilitation promotes recovery, full community integration, and improved quality of life for persons who have been diagnosed with any mental health condition that seriously impairs their ability to lead meaningful lives. Psychiatric rehabilitation services are collaborative, person-directed, and individualized. These services are an essential element of the health care and human services spectrum and should be evidence-based. They focus on helping individuals develop skills and access resources needed to increase their capacity to be successful and satisfied in the living, working, learning, and social environments of their choice.

The Mission

Psychiatric rehabilitation is to enable with best practices of illness management, psychosocial functioning, and personal satisfaction. Treatments and practices towards this is guided by principles. There are seven strategic principles.

  • Normal life promotion
  • Advocacy for structural modifications for improved access to pharmacological and psycho-social support services
  • Person-centered treatment.
  • Actively involving support systems.
  • Coordination of effective and efficient care
  • Strength-based approach.
  • Rehabilitation isn't time specific but goal specific in succeeding.
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Staying healthy and safe is more important now than ever. But in the middle of a pandemic, shelter-in-place orders, and social distancing, it’s been challenging for many people to visit their primary care doctors for minor health problems. As hospitals and emergency rooms continue to overflow with coronavirus (COVID-19) patients, a visit to either can be a scary thought.

What is telehealth?

Telehealth is the use of digital information and communication technologies, such as computers and mobile devices, to access health care services remotely and manage your health care. These may be technologies you use from home or that your doctor uses to improve or support health care services.

Does telehealth protect my privacy?

Yes. Insurance plans and healthcare providers are subject to HIPAA (the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act) rules, which establish national guidelines to ensure your personal health data won’t be disclosed without your knowledge. When you communicate with your doctor via phone or video, your privacy and medical record information is held to the same standards as regular in-person visits.

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Drug and Alcohol Counseling / Addiction Support Groups

What are Drug and alcohol support groups?

The concept of support groups, which are also sometimes called self-help groups and mutual support groups, involves peers discussing issues and offering emotional validation and self-care tips, with guidance from a leader who is not a professional doctor or therapist.

How do support groups work?

Support groups are typically small. They meet on a regular basis, usually once or twice per week, to discuss issues that have come up in that time and review new thoughts on the concerns brought up from the previous meeting. It is important to note, however, that support groups are not a replacement for therapy. Working with a therapist and attending a support group at the same time, especially for mental health issues associated with addiction, is the best combination for long-term recovery.

Why are support groups important?
  • The individual is surrounded by likeminded, healthy peers; from before rehabilitation may still struggle with addiction or may trigger relapse.
  • The individual can voice their concerns, struggles, and fears without judgment.
  • The individual gets “healthy peer pressure” from the group to focus on sobriety and overall wellbeing.
  • The individual has new friends and confidantes that can be reached in the event of a personal crisis.
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Home Health Services

BDRC Health Home service is a voluntary Medicaid-funded service offering care coordination services to clients provided by our medical staff and clinical support staff (i.e. Nurse, Direct Service Workers, Rehabilitation Specialists, Clinical Supervisors, etc.). This program enables us to serve clients with chronic medical, behavioral, and substance abuse disorders through the use of a “whole person” approach.

The mission of our Health Home services is to inform and educate our clients about their medical condition and refer them to various resources, care coordination, and health promotion, to ascertain that the client’s primary care and behavioral health needs are met simultaneously. A client receiving Health Home services can expect communication from medical staff and clinical support staff a minimum of once per month. Outlined below are the specific services we render to our Health Home clients.

  • Comprehensive Care Management
  • Individual and Family Support
  • Referral to community and social support services
  • Transitional Care from hospitalization
  • Education and health promotion
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Pain Management

What is pain management?

Pain management includes medicines and therapies to treat pain from a surgery, injury, or illness. Pain can cause changes in your physical and emotional health, such as depression and sleep problems. Pain management may help you rest, heal, and return to your daily activities. Pain management can also help increase your appetite, sleep, and energy, and improve your mood and relationships.

What are the types of pain?
  • Acute pain starts suddenly and lasts a short time. The pain usually goes away as your body heals, but may become chronic if it is not treated.
  • Chronic pain lasts a long time or grows worse. It may last for months or years due to a chronic condition. It may be pain that remains after you have recovered from an injury or illness.
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Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT)

Addiction and the recovery process are commonly marked by strong cravings to use even after successful completion of detox and treatment. These cravings, a normal occurrence for those struggling to get and stay clean, can interfere with treatment and increase the risk of relapse. Fortunately, certain medications have proven very successful in helping to stave off these cravings and promoting abstinence.

Protocol for use of MAT

If you decide to enter an addiction treatment program, you will undergo an intake evaluation by a mental health professional. This intake evaluation will have 3 main goals:

  • Properly diagnose the substance use disorder.
  • Evaluate the severity of the addiction.
  • Assess for the presence of any co-occurring mental and physical health problems.

Once staff assesses your condition they will decide whether you are a good candidate for medication-assisted treatment. Per SAMHSA, you are a good candidate for MAT if you:

  • Have an official diagnosis of an addiction to alcohol or opioids.
  • Are willing to fully comply with prescribing instructions.
  • Lack physical health issues that the medication could possibly exacerbate.
  • Are fully educated on alternative options.
Treatment doesn’t stop with medication

Medication alone is not enough to help a patient achieve and maintain abstinence in the long term.

Effective addiction treatment addresses the whole person and combines the use of:

  • Evidence-based behavioral therapies.
  • Education.
  • Relapse prevention programs.
  • Medication

Use of medications can help the patient to remain clean while the behavioral therapies address underlying issues related to substance abuse, help to promote a positive self-image, rectify negative thoughts, feelings, and behaviors, and teach and build healthy coping skills. This therapeutic combination is at the core of medication-assisted treatment.

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Community Health Services

We offer a vast array of outpatient behavioral health services for adults, including:

  • Addiction treatment
  • Ambulatory detoxification program
  • Behavioral Health Transition of Care
  • Dialectical behavior therapy (DBT)
  • Individual psychotherapy
  • Long-Acting Therapy Clinic
  • Medication-assisted treatment
  • Mood and anxiety disorders treatment (Choices Program)
  • Outpatient detoxification
  • Outpatient treatment of alcohol and drug abuse (SHARE Program)
  • Peer mentoring/recovery support (Rebel’s Drop-In Center)
  • Psychiatric evaluation and medication management
  • Psychotherapy Services
Our specialties:
  • Anxiety (including social anxiety)
  • Depression
  • Emotional distress
  • Grief and loss
  • Interpersonal conflict
  • Low self-esteem
  • Relationship problems
  • Stress management/coping with stress
Treatment doesn’t stop with medication

Taking medications alone is not sufficient to help patients be more clean and sober in the long term. For effective addiction support, treatment should address the whole person through the combination of the following:

  • Behavioral therapy
  • Health education and promotion
  • Relapse-focused programs
  • Medication management

Furthermore, the use of medications is an effective tool in helping patients remain clean, while behavioral therapy focuses on the treatment of any underlying issues that have affected substance abuse. Additionally, therapy promotes positivity and self-reliance; addresses negativity, including thoughts, emotions, and attitude; and builds and practices healthy coping mechanisms. The combination of therapy and medication lies at the core of medication-assisted treatment programs.

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Our Treatment Strategies & Programs 

Our psychotherapy services are generally provided in a group or individual therapy settings with individual support to help you achieve maximal benefit throughout the group therapy process.

  • Cognitive behavioral therapy
  • Dialectical behavior therapy (DBT)
  • Psychiatric Rehabilitation Services
  • Family therapy
  • Group therapy
  • Couple therapy
  • Individual psychotherapy
  • Motivational interviewing
  • Solution-focused techniques
  • Trauma information and resolution therapy