At The Retreat, a part of Sheppard Pratt, some of the life stressors adults in our program encounter include marital problems, parenting difficulties, grief from a loss, retirement struggles, and co-occurring substance use and psychiatric disorders. With just 22 individual suites, the dedicated support of 8 doctors and more than 60 staff, and the resources of the entire Sheppard Pratt Health System, we are able to provide the exact level of care that each resident needs to heal.
Located near Baltimore, Maryland, our 87-acre campus has 16 residential suites designed to feel like home.
doctors who are fully engaged in each resident’s care.
behavioral health professionals who are making sure everyone gets the individual treatment they need.
An average stay lasts between three weeks and several months.
or more hours a week of individual and group therapies.
Residents enjoy the independence of cell phones and Wi-Fi connections.
Supported by Sheppard Pratt, ranked among the nation’s top 5 psychiatric hospitals.
We are experts at working with adults and older adults experiencing significant life stressors and need help managing the situation.
Healing can be hard work. That’s why The Retreat was designed to make every resident as comfortable as possible within our residential self-pay program.
We offer the flexibility to design a treatment plan that meets the unique needs of each resident in a nurturing and comfortable environment.
Angela Wharton had a great career, a loving husband, and a brand new baby. Life was good until the onset of postpartum anxiety and depression, and several cross-country moves sent her spiraling. For years she merely functioned, attempting various medications and therapists with no success. Finally, she turned to The Retreat...
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The Retreat, a part of Sheppard Pratt, is a self-pay program treating adults 18 years and older who are at a crossroads or experiencing life-changing events. You’ll find expert psychiatric care in a residential setting.
We would like to hear from you, whether you have a referral or are interested for yourself, a family member, or a friend. If you have questions or would like more information, please don’t hesitate to reach out. All information is kept strictly confidential.
If you are experiencing an emergency or life-threatening situation and need immediate attention, please call 911 to find the closest hospital emergency room that can provide that assistance.