Healthcare for the Homeless - The agency provides integrated health care for individuals and families, and promotes access to affordable housing and sustainable income among vulnerable populations in Baltimore City and the surrounding region. As part of their continuum of care, HCFH provides mental health and psychiatric care, case management, care coordination, and behavioral health services, including MAT for substance use disorders.
Total Healthcare (THC) is a multi-site, integrated service center that provides an array of medical, dental, substance abuse, mental health, pharmacy and supportive services in traditionally high-need areas to patients across the lifespan. Students placed there will work with teams of medical and behavioral health professionals to provide individual, group and family therapy, education and support, outpatient substance abuse counseling and clinical and supportive case management services.
Park West Medical System (Park West) provides MAT services through its Hidden Garden Program, which provides integrated medical care and counseling for persons living with HIV/AIDS who also need treatment for a substance use disorder. The program’s primary care for persons with HIV/AIDS includes comprehensive diagnostic and treatment planning services and ongoing medical care. The Hidden Garden Program integrates a buprenorphine maintenance program with their overall treatment services.
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