Our goal is to provide a safe, caring and nurturing residential environment that supports the physical and emotional needs of children and adolescents. Our Stone Bridge program is a psychiatric respite facility.
This licensed program provides treatment for children and adolescents who need short-term or residential services within a structured therapeutic environment. Individual, group and family therapy, as well as medication management are integral aspects of treatment offered in these programs.
Our Facilities and Setting
Stone Bridge provides private and semi-private rooms for residents. In addition, there are activities areas, group rooms, an arts and crafts room, a modern dining hall and a gym. Our spacious 100-acre campus offers a large game field, soccer and softball fields, basketball, tennis and volleyball courts, and a pond for fishing.
Nestled among rolling hills and farmland near Hagerstown, the residential facility provides natural beauty as well as privacy for residents. Our program is part of a wide variety of services offered at Brook Lane, including inpatient and outpatient mental health, and a partial hospitalization program.
Residents have the opportunity to participate in a number of activities, which include chapel, off-campus church services, Bible study, and faith issues group. While Brook Lane's chaplain is available upon request, each resident's own minister is welcome to visit.
For additional information and referrals, please contact the Admissions Coordinator by calling: 301- 733-0331 ext. 112 or 800-342-2992.
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Licensed by Maryland's Department of Human Resources, Stone Bridge is a psychiatric respite facility, providing treatment for boys and girls, ages 6-12 years old and female adolescents, ages 13-17.
Typically, these youth are emotionally and temporarily in need of a protective and supportive residential placement. Our structured therapeutic environment provides for their safety, education, psychiatric assessment and medication management, as well as providing stabilizing individual, group and family interventions.
Residents' length of stay at Stone Bridge may range from a few weeks to a number of months, depending on the needs of the individual, the family and the requirements of the referring agency.
Stone Bridge offers an array of therapeutic services such as individual psychotherapy, group therapy, and life skills training to assist the residents. Family involvement is encouraged in all phases of care, from admission through discharge. When appropriate, provisions are made for visitation both on campus and at home.
Located within the program, Stone Bridge Academy is a Type III non-public school. Each resident receives education services in accordance with their personal education plan. Alternatively, if prescribed in their individual education plan (IEP) or their individual treatment plan (ITP), enrollment in Washington County public schools or the Laurel Hall School (a Type I non-public special education program located adjacent to Stone Bridge) may be arranged.