Adventist Behavioral Health, located on 14901 Broschart Road, Rockville, Maryland, is an addiction treatment facility that can help those who need addiction help, get the guidance, treatment, and counseling needed. Adventist Behavioral Health has caring addiction recovery professionals who are devoted to assisting addicts in overcoming addiction and addictive behaviors.
The main aim of the addiction specialists at Adventist Behavioral Health is to give the appropriate guidance and comfort to patients aged 18+ throughout their journey toward long-lasting sobriety. By providing effective programs for addiction treatment to patients, patients will have all of the resources required in order to overcome addiction. It's important to remember that not all treatment programs are ideal for every patient. Just as each and every individual and their addiction is different, so should treatment. At Adventist Behavioral Health, patients will get a treatment plan that is designed uniquely for them. The proper treatment program will be determined after a patient assessment has taken place.
Adventist Behavioral Health is committed to accommodating the wants and requirements of patients in an effort to best ensure their contentment while in recovery. Addiction counselors at Adventist Behavioral Health make it an objective to help addicts reclaim their lives so that they can begin on a new more promising path. Once a patient has reached the level of sustained sobriety, they will feel a sense of relief knowing that addiction is no longer going to control their everyday lives. Getting the help needed to overcome addictive behavior is the best course of action an addict can take. Don't live another day in the whirlwind that is drug and alcohol addiction, get in touch with Adventist Behavioral Health today and learn how treatment can help.
Attempting detox without professional help is very hard and the majority of those who attempt detox on their own end up failing. This is because addiction is a mental disorder that requires the help of professional medical personnel and addiction counselors in order to overcome.
Seeking treatment is the best option when desiring a life that is free of substance dependency. The time to get help is now. Contact Adventist Behavioral Health by visiting www.AdventistBehavioralHealth.com today and learn about what sort of treatment options are available.
I couldn't disagree more with some of the negative reviews! I have always been treated very kind by each and every person I encountered. My visits were pleasant. Respectfully, Raymond Jordan
I spent a week in the Montgomery unit earlier in the year. I was so afraid, as this was my first visit to an inpatient hospital. The staff was very loving and friendly. The nurses were caring, the doctors fantastic, I had psychosis my second day there, the staff managed it perfectly. My peers were fun and friendly. When I was being discharged, I cried because I felt like I was leaving friends and family that I may never see again. They only con I had was a social worker named Rachel. She was pompous, rude and screamed at one of my peers and shouted his personal information down the hall for everyone to hear. I feel like her outbursts set people back in progress. She needs to be moved to a job where she doesn’t have to interact with people, or receive better training.
100% recommended! Our 15 year-old son was admitted to the Chesapeake unit for three weeks. My wife and I are very pleased with the experience and are tremendously impressed by the staff. It was amazing to see professionals who actually care about the patient's feelings and needs. We wanted to express our gratitude especially to the Nurse Manager, Mrs. Kara. She was always compassionate and helpful during the whole process. Also a special thanks to the psychiatric technicians Mr. Chris and Ms. Iliana, whom my son describes as very hardworking and caring individuals, and assures will never forget them both. Overall the whole team was absolutely outstanding! The psychiatrist, Social worker and nurses were all kind and professional, too. We couldn't be happier to have taken our son here.
Hannah, it’s me, David. That “Nothing-In-Particular Guy”. The one in the Inpatient ward with you, 4 years ago. The one who had “Intrusive Thoughts”, just like you did. The one who wanted to become a police officer. The one with no particular interests in anything. I know you’ll probably never see this message, but I always wanted to find you again after I left the inpatient ward. It’s already been more than 4 years since then (as of 2018), but the single greatest regret in my life was giving you such poor advice about how to deal with those "Intrusive Thoughts", and not being able to talk with and comfort you more back then. Especially since we were the only two that were suffering from the same problem. Please, if you ever see this message, contact me! Just let me know if you’re doing okay. My email is: (Nothininpart @ gmail . com) I’ll be waiting for your reply, no matter how long it takes! Even if you never read this message, even if it takes an eternity; I’ll still be waiting for your reply. (To those of you that can find it in your hearts to do so, please upvote this comment so that it can remain easily seen. Please know that I truly mean no ill intent; I just, genuinely and sincerely, from the very bottom of my heart, want to hear from this person again. Just to at least know that she’s doing well.)
It's hard to find help in an inpatient psychiatric hospital especially when you're recovering from addiction and PTSD. I wanted to express my gratitude for the staff on Seneca Unit and thank them for their patience and time spent speaking with me. Thank you especially to nurse Rachel and Mrs. Jen (Unit Director). Also mr. Charles .. Thank you for everything these are just the staff that stand out in my mind but the entire team was great. Thank you for not judging me and helping me to get set up with a great out patient program. Recovery is a great feeling and I wouldn't have gotten back on track if I hadn't gone to Seneca Unit. Thank you again.
My 16 yo son was in the Chesapeake Unit for two weeks. My husband and I were impressed by the staff and our son’s progress. It is a very safe place- they have a lot of technicians that keep watch over the teens. The boys’ and girls’ rooms are on opposite sides of the unit. Bedtime is 9:30pm with structured days. So, our son was on a really good schedule that helped him transition back into a school schedule. The MD was so helpful! Dr. Lennon worked with us on picking out meds that would help our son, and that our insurance would cover (and that would be the least expensive). The social worker made sure we had all the follow up appointments upon discharge. She picked providers (a psychologist and a psychiatrist) within our insurance network, and those within close distance to our home. She let us know of all the free resources within the community and she even contacted them for us. It was an unexpected and difficult time, but the staff made our experience so much better. I highly recommend this place for a safe place where your teenager can heal, stabilize on meds, and recover.
Hannah, it’s me, David. That “Nothing-In-Particular Guy”. The one in the Inpatient ward with you, 4 years ago. The one who had “Intrusive Thoughts”, just like you did. The one who wanted to become a police officer. The one with no particular interests in anything. I know you’ll probably never see this message, but I always wanted to find you again after I left the inpatient ward. It’s already been more than 4 years since then (as of 2018), but the single greatest regret in my life was giving you such poor advice about how to deal with those "Intrusive Thoughts", and not being able to talk with and comfort you more back then. Especially since we were the only two that were suffering from the same problem. Please, if you ever see this message, contact me! Just let me know if you’re doing okay. My email is: (Nothininpart @ gmail . com) I’ll be waiting for your reply, no matter how long it takes! Even if you never read this message, even if it takes an eternity; I’ll still be waiting for your reply. (Everyone, if you can find it in your hearts to do so, please upvote this comment so that it becomes the most easily visible comment. I truly mean no ill intent; I, genuinely and sincerely, from the very bottom of my heart, want to hear from this person again. Just to at least know that she’s doing well.)
I have to say that my family had several reservations about admitting our 15 year old son into an inpatient Psychiatric Unit for the first time. Naturally, we were afraid and unsure of what to expect. Our son was struggling with severe anxiety and had become isolated and suicidal. All of our fears were put to rest when we stepped onto the Chesapeake Unit for adolescents at Adventist Behavioral Health. The nurses and psych techs took the time to explain everything to myself, my husband and my son. They were professional, relatable and put us at ease. We also met with the Nurse Manager at admission and she was very knowledgeable, compassionate and took the time to answer our questions with ease and true compassion for our situation. Our Psychiatrist was wonderful and the therapist working with our son was very invested in working with us and answering our questions. Our son is doing well and we know that we have to continue to support his recovery and felt prepared and supported by the time he was ready for discharge. The healthcare professionals on this unit are top notch and I have never met such a great group of nurses and support staff. We were blessed to have such amazing support when we needed it the most. Thank you for all of your help and dedication!
My son had been admitted to the Potomac unit times 3 recently. During my visit and interactions, I have observed good and caring staff members and off course, few bad ones. Among the good ones, their Social Worker (Miriam Garcia) is excellen and professional. She deserves to be called social worker because she is and I give the place 4 stars because of her.
The people are very pleasant and give you the best advice. Very nice front desk personnel and the staff are very organized. I understand there are different services being offered in this building, so you cannot lump them all into one survey. Each time I have visited; I have found the staff and doctors to be very professional, knowledgeable and that makes an overall awesome place!
The people are very pleasant and give you the best advice. Very nice front desk personnel and the staff are very organized. I understand there are different services being offered in this building,do you cannot lump them all into one survey. Each time I have visited; I have found the staff and doctors to be very professional, knowledgeable and that makes an overall awesome place!
Great place. Inpatient is very difficult and scary sometimes but the workers there deal with everything very well. Outpatient setting is very organized. I have experience with the partial hospitalization (PHP) for adolescents and they are very professional and genuinely care about you. Other mental health facilities are inhumane but ABH treats you like a person not a patient
It was not the first time I had been in a place like this, but it was the last. Unlike other places I had been, the staff was friendly and cared. They did not radically change my meds, they did not drug me so I couldn't function, and they didn't get upset and lock me away when I cried. My days in this place were incredibly hard and filled with sadness and tears, but they were also filled with friends, jokes, board games, basketball, music, dogs, hugs, love, therapy, and people who listened. It has been several years now, but my roommate and I still keep in touch and support each other when things get rough. I cannot help but think if I had been here years earlier it would have saved me a lot of grief. The staff was wonderful and caring, and my family and I will be forever grateful. I have wanted to donate but haven't had the money. I truly was saved by this place. It's a religious hospital but they don't force any amount of it on you (thankfully) but they have plenty of services available should you like to take part. I remember my days here fondly (though I would never like to go back) and I truly think this was the first step in a new direction for me. Update: I was in an inpatient ward.
i apologize that mostly everyone else had a bad experience. And I respect your opinion. But i thought the outpatient program was great. The staff was really nice to me. And the therapy helped me a lot. More than i thought it would. At the end it was a bittersweet moment because i knew i would miss the people at the program and im getting better at the same time.#they gave me a tour before I even entered the program:).