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Behavioral Health Referrals

If you know someone who’s experiencing mental health or substance abuse challenges, refer him or her to Adventist HealthCare’s Behavioral Health & Wellness Services. We often take referrals from other treatment programs, social-service professionals, schools, hospitals, clergy, managed care organizations and family members.

Referral Packet for Residential Treatment

To help us arrange care at a residential treatment center quickly and smoothly, submit a referral packet that includes:

  • Psychiatric evaluation with five axis diagnosis
  • Psychological testing, including IQ score
  • Educational assessments
  • Current individualized education plan (if applicable)
  • Transcripts from the individual’s two most recent academic years (if he or she is classified as a regular education student)
  • Psychosocial history or summary
  • Copy of birth certificate, social security card and immunization record (showing two MMR immunizations)
  • Local Coordinating Counsel and Admissions Review and Dismissal meeting minutes
  • Guardianship papers (if agency has limited guardianship, the orders must state that the agency has the right to consent to medical, educational and psychiatric care and psychotropic medication)
  • Court order or adjudication hearing order
  • Information regarding current and previous placements
  • Information about long-term placement goals after residential treatment
  • Contact information of involved parents or relatives
  • Sex offender evaluation (adolescent sex offender program only)
  • Police report of offenses and victim's statement (adolescent sex offender program only)

Send the packet to Adventist HealthCare Behavioral Health & Wellness Services, RTC Admissions Manager, 821 Fieldcrest Road, Cambridge, MD 21613.

Contact Us

Ask Adventist HealthCare Behavioral Health & Wellness Services for help evaluating treatment options for those in your care. Call our Needs Assessment Center at 301-251-4545 today, or schedule a consultation by calling 301-251-4545.