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Mountain Manor Treatment Center

3800 Frederick Avenue, Baltimore, Maryland, 21229
Maryland Treatment Centers Inc., also known as Mountain Manor Treatment Centers, provides a comprehensive continuum of treatment for persons of all ages with problems involving substance use. We feature specialty services for adolescents, young adults and adults. Clinical programs include assessment, residential/inpatient, detoxification, day treatment, intensive outpatient and outpatient substance abuse, dual diagnosis, mental health, special education and prevention services. Mountain Manor treatment programs are accredited by the Joint Commission (JCAHO).

Facility Highlights

  • Individual Counseling
  • Individualized Treatment Planning
  • Group Counseling


  • Dual Diagnosis/ Co-Occurring Disorders Treatment

    These two terms describe a person who is not only addicted to drugs or alcohol, but also has a mental or emotional illness, such as depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, etc. Facilities that treat patients with dual-diagnosis or co-occurring disorders provide psychiatric treatment in addition to drug and alcohol rehabilitation services.
  • Outpatient

    Outpatient treatment describes all addiction treatment that is not residential. Patients live at home while undergoing rehab.

Facility Settings

  • Average Location/Amenities

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The family-owned Mountain Manor group runs 11 substance abuse treatment facilities that provide the full continuum of care for adults and adolescents in the Maryland/DC region. This facility about five miles west of downtown Baltimore offers detox and residential treatment for adolescents (ages 13 to 17) and young adults (18 to 25) struggling with issues of substance use and co-occurring disorders.


The adolescent and young adult programs are housed in separate units and are unique to the needs of each age group and gender. According to Mountain Manor’s website, the facility is particularly well equipped to treat youth who have been resistant to treatment elsewhere, thanks to a combination of highly individualized treatment and “solution-oriented approaches.”

Also noteworthy is the organization’s dedication to treating youth opioid addiction. Its medication-assisted treatment program uses buprenorphine (Suboxone) and extended-release naltrexone (Vivitrol) along with individual, group, and family counseling.

The residential program combines medical care with psychiatric evaluation and treatment, motivational enhancement, and relapse prevention strategies. It also assesses and treats co-occurring disorders. The Mountain Manor school provides school credit, advocacy for tutorial and educational services, and educational assessments.

For those attending the dual diagnosis clinic, the center offers Integrated Dual Disorder Treatment (IDDT), which promises holistic, integrated treatment that includes medication and psychotherapy.


According to Mountain Manor’s website, staff includes board-certified psychiatrists, pediatricians, licensed social workers, psychologists, nurses, nurse practitioners, counselor technicians, and certified addiction counselors. The five individuals polled by Rehabs.com to date rated the staff’s level of training and experience an average 4.4 out of five stars.


Although Mountain Manor’s website notes very little information about its living arrangements and amenities, it does note transportation is provided at no cost to local clients. The six individuals polled on the facility’s cleanliness at the time of this writing gave it an average rating of 4.33 stars.


To date, Rehabs.com has received six reviews from alumni of this Mountain Manor facility, of which two were positive and four negative. One anonymous positive reviewer gave the facility four or five out of five stars for almost every evaluated aspect of the facility, including its accommodations, holistic options, and overall treatment effectiveness. “They are full of caring people not there for just their paychecks, they really want to help people get better,” the alum wrote. Another rated its treatment effectiveness four stars and wrote: "A good care with personla touch, not affordable."

The other four reviewers wrote that they felt treatment was not adequate and that staff were unprofessional. One alum, Vic, wrote “counseling was not very good and many many fights were going on.” Another alum wrote that AA meetings would have provided just as much education, and criticized the physical facility. “It's nothing but a run down 1970's era motel that needs refurbishing badly… Lousy food,” they reported.


Of the ten loved ones surveyed by Rehabs.com to date, six gave positive reviews of this Mountain Manor facility, three gave negative feedback, and one was ambivalent. The five loved ones polled on the facility’s counseling options, family program, and holistic options gave them above average ratings of four, 4.2 and 3.8 out of five stars, respectively.

More than one reviewer praised Mountain Manor’s flexibility about payments and qualified staff. For example, M.W. wrote that after the insurance company stopped paying for her son’s treatment, the “facility agreed to keep him despite that decision as long as family paid the boarding fees.” An anonymous loved one, whose cousin attend the facility, wrote “The way the staff has your back and pushes you to succeed is amazing.”

Yet others raised serious concerns about a lack of proper care and attention. M.O. felt that their child did nothing at Mountain Manor but watch movies, adding “The feel of the place is not warm and frankly seems disorganized.” An anonymous loved one wrote that “staff acted unprofessional,” although they added, “The facility was helpful and staff knowledgeable.”


The single staffer surveyed by Rehabs.com to date rated the overall quality of care and leadership at this Mountain Manor facility only one out of five stars. “I do not believe this was a great facility and they do not pay fair salaries,” the staffer wrote.


According to Mountain Manor’s website, Medicaid is accepted along with most forms of private insurance and various state and county funding streams. A sliding fee scale is offered, among the 54 percent of Maryland facilities to offer one. The six individuals polled to date rated the facility’s affordability an average 3.5 out of five stars.

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