Mountain Manor Treatment Center admission team members are available around the clock to help determine whether you or a loved one may be in need of professional help. They will work with you to schedule an assessment or an admission, as clinically appropriate, at your convenience.
Inpatient (residential) admissions for Adults (age 21 or over), Young Adults (18 through 25) and Adolescents (13 through 17) can be arranged any time of day, 7 days a week. Admissions are arranged after a clinical determination that the inpatient level of care is appropriate, along with approval from the insurance provider or state/county agency funding personnel.
For Adolescent and Young Adult admissions please call 410-233-1400 or 1-800-446-8833.
For Adult admissions, please call 1-800-537-3422 or 1-301-447-2361.
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Mountain Manor’s assessment team members are qualified professionals who will help determine what level of care is needed – detoxification, residential (inpatient), intensive outpatient or outpatient – as well as special clinical services that may be required, for example, psychiatric assessment, dual diagnosis treatment for co-occurring disorders, or opioid specialty treatment. The clinical team member will gather important information regarding the individual’s history of substance use and other problems from the individual. Family members are part of the evaluation process.
Mountain Manor clinicians utilize the nationally accepted evaluation and treatment criteria – the American Society of Addiction Medicine Patient Placement Criteria (ASAM-PPC) – to determine the appropriate level of service and care.
Mountain Manor Treatment Center staff members work with the patient and family to determine all funding resources available for the level of clinical care required. Mountain Manor accepts most forms of private insurance, Medicaid (Medical Assistance), Primary Adult Care (PAC) and various State and County funding resources. A sliding fee scale is offered to those in need.
What to Bring
Each patient’s length-of-stay varies, but we request that patients only bring a week’s worth of clothing (which will be washed on-grounds), toiletries that do not contain alcohol and are not in an aerosol can, and any medications the patient is currently prescribed. We ask that patients bring their possessions in a plastic or otherwise disposable bag instead of luggage to avoid clutter in patient rooms. Please see the list of items that are forbidden to help with the packing process.
Contraband and Search Policy
Contraband are items that Mountain Manor staff consider unsafe or dangerous to you and your peers. In order to maintain a safe and protective environment, the treatment staff reserves the right to search you and any belongings that you wish to bring into the facility. We have listed articles below that are not allowed or may only be allowed under staff supervision.
- Tobacco products, matches or lighters
- Drugs of any kind, including over the counter medications and mouthwash
- First aid products, including alcohol, bandages, antiseptic
- Cologne, shoe polish, nail polish, nail polish remover
- Perms and hair dyes
- Any products with alcohol listed as an ingredient
- Glass or any products in a glass container
- Laundry detergent and bleach
- Any metal or sharp objects including tacks, paper clips, keys, key chains, metal binders, and soda cans|
- Ink pens
- Aerosol cans
- Radios, walkmans, hand-held electronic games, CDs, CD players
- Computers or computer parts
- Hair dryers, curling irons, flat irons, hot plates
- Money, credit cards, ATM cards
- Clothing with gang/crew markings, profanity or references to drugs/alcohol
- Sexually inappropriate photographs, artwork, or pornography
- Drug related drawings, drawings with violent themes, or provocative sayings
- Food of any kind
- Any other item deemed inappropriate by staff
Some of these items may be held at the nurse’s station and allowed to be used when supervised by staff (i.e. nail polish, curling irons, hair dryers, razors, and scissors).