Individuals who have mental illness and developmental disabilities find comprehensive, compassionate care at Chesapeake Connections.
Our integrated team provides year-round care, including counseling services and medication therapy. We manage your or your loved one’s physical needs, address housing and employment issues, and provide other services.
What Is Chesapeake Connections?
Chesapeake Connections delivers a wide range of treatment options and support services for people who experience severe and persistent mental illness (SPMI) and developmental disabilities, including:
- Bipolar disorder
- Major depression that significantly interferes with thoughts, mood, and actions
Our complete care includes counseling services and medication management. We provide individualized care, meeting each person’s needs and helping them maintain success in their community.
- Mental health counseling
- Medication monitoring
- Access to physical health care
- Support in finding employment and housing
- Connection to substance abuse treatment
- Recreational and social activities
Mental Health Services at Chesapeake Connections: Why Choose Us?
At Sheppard Pratt, we use a whole-person approach to care, addressing each person’s physical, mental, and emotional needs. We emphasize:
Our team includes experienced counselors, psychiatrists, and other support staff. We work together to provide creative solutions for your needs, giving you the best chance at success in your treatment or recovery.
We recognize that mental illness requires a personalized approach to care. We support our patients’ physical needs so they can focus on managing their mental health and maintaining success in the community.
Access to our network of services
Sheppard Pratt has a history of providing leading-edge mental health treatment. Our patients can access our wide array of services, including intensive therapy, addiction services, neuropsychiatry, and residential rehabilitation.
Who We Serve at Chesapeake Connections
Through the right combination of mental health services and support programs, we help people achieve success in their community.
We work with people who have one or more serious and persistent mental illnesses and have received previous psychiatric treatments:
- Admitted to a state psychiatric hospital for six or more consecutive months
- Admitted to an inpatient psychiatric unit at least four times in the past two years
- Visited an emergency department for psychiatric reasons at least seven times in the past two years
Accessing Care at Chesapeake Connections
The Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene supports Chesapeake Connections, which means there are no fees for the services we provide.
The Baltimore City Health Department screens patients for referral to us. Learn more about the referral program by calling the Behavioral Health System Baltimore at 410-637-1900.
For more information about Chesapeake Connections, please call us at 443-823-6119.