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Mountain Manor Treatment Centers offers substance use disorders addictions treatment programs that are clinically effective and focused on each individual’s unique needs. We have specifically designed programs for adolescents, young adults and adults. Our focus is to equip each patient with the tools, information and clinical care that will assist on the journey to recovery. Mountain Manor offers a full continuum of treatment including assessment, residential, Detox, intensive outpatient, outpatient, dual diagnosis, mental health, special education, and prevention services. We provide individualized, patient centered treatment in discrete and highly specialized programs. With more than 40 years of experience, we are highly qualified to treat individuals with complex and difficult to treat addictions.
The programs and services we offer include:
Prescription Drugs/Heroin/Opioid Addiction Treatment
Cocaine Addiction Treatment
Medication Assisted Treatment
Adolescent & Young Adult Residential Programs
Adolescent & Young Adult Outpatient Programs
Adult Residential Programs
Adult Outpatient Programs
Dual Diagnosis/Mental Health and Addictions
The Baltimore Academy
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Mountain Manor is a family owned and operated group of recovery treatment programs located in the Maryland/DC region. Our Mountain Manor Treatment Centers family consists of dedicated professionals committed to ensuring that all clients receive the individualized treatment and caring support they need on their journeys to health and recovery. At Mountain Manor, we believe in helping any and ALL patients and their families.
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For questions, admissions, or to arrange an evaluation,
Contact Us at 1-800-446-8833 Adolescent/Young Adult Admissions.
Contact Us at 1-800-537-3422 Adult Admissions.
Montana Manor is pleased to announce the publication of an overview of youth opioid use disorders by our team of clinical and research experts. This chapter appears in the June 2016 issue of Psychiatric Clinics of North America, in a special issue on youth substance use disorders.
The chapter describes clinical features of the current opioid epidemic in adolescents and young adults. Take home points include:
- The current epidemic of opioid use and addiction in adolescents and young adults is worsening, including heroin and nonmedical use of prescription opioids.
- Opioid use has devastating consequences for youth and their families, including: progression to full addiction, severe psychosocial impairment, hepatitis C virus and HIV transmission with injection use, exacerbation of co-occurring psychiatric disorders, overdose, and death.
- Progression of opioid use disorders (OUDs) in youth often follows a characteristic pattern from use of diverted prescription opioid analgesics to sniffed or smoked heroin to injection heroin.
- Opioid overdose is a life-threatening emergency. Respiratory depression should be treated with naloxone, and respiratory support if necessary. Overdose should always be utilized as an opportunity to initiate addiction treatment.
- Opioid withdrawal management (detoxification) is often a necessary, but never sufficient, component of treatment for OUDs. Medications used in the treatment of withdrawal may include buprenorphine, clonidine, and others for relief of symptoms.
- Treatment for OUDs is effective, but treatment capacity is alarmingly limited and underdeveloped.
- Emerging consensus supports the incorporation of relapse prevention medications such as buprenorphine and extended-release naltrexone into comprehensive psychosocial treatment including counseling and family involvement.
Mountain Manor is a leader in pioneering innovative programs for unique and diverse populations, such as our Youth Opioid Treatment Programs. This program is for young adults and adolescents dependent on prescription drugs, Heroin, or other opioids. Our clinicians actively engage these young patients in ongoing treatment with the intensive combination of counseling, medications, and community based resources they need in order to achieve and sustain recovery. Mountain Manor programs include training sites for Psychiatrists, Addiction Specialists, Pediatricians, Social Workers, Counselors, Psychologists, Nurses, and other trainees from Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, the University of Maryland, Towson University, Loyola, Howard University, and Argosy University.
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