Crisis Residential Program

A short-term crisis residential service to help stabilize someone experiencing a mental health crisis.

People Cared For

  • Young Adults
  • Adults
  • Older Adults

Level of Care

  • Residential
  • Crisis

Payment Type

  • Medicaid
  • Medicare
  • Private Insurance

What Is a Crisis Residence?

Our short-term residential crisis care can help stabilize someone having a mental health crisis so they can avoid hospitalization. For others, the service can decrease the length of hospitalization. After your discharge from an inpatient facility, we help you or your loved one successfully transition back to your community.

The crisis residential service provides intensive, round-the-clock personalized support by our highly trained staff, with:

  • Consultation and clinical oversight from psychiatrists or psychiatric nurse practitioners
  • Licensed social workers and professional counselors to provide treatment coordination
  • Crisis residential counselors 

What Are Crisis Residential Services?

Our crisis staff collaborates with providers who are currently involved with your treatment. 

You or your loved one will continue daily routines, including treatment by community providers. And we make every effort to link you to other services offered by Sheppard Pratt or other community providers. 

Crisis Residential Services by Sheppard Pratt

Crisis care is just one of our many community-based treatment and rehabilitation offerings. Our services aim to help you or your loved one live successful, rewarding lives.

To learn more about our crisis residential services, or to access services, please contact: 

Frederick County Residential Crisis: 301-668-4061

Howard County Residential Crisis: 410-418-4048

Mosaic (Statewide) Residential Crisis: 410-938-5030 (referrals are accepted 24 hours a day)

Segue Residential Transition Program

Learn more about the Segue Residential Transition Program, offered on the grounds of Springfield State Hospital in partnership with the State of Maryland.