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Medical Adult Day Services

Are you caring for a chronically ill loved one? Foundations Medical Adult Day Care can provide daily support with the constant demands of caring for an ill loved one. We offer complete medical adult day services for families, allowing individuals to remain at home and in their communities.

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Psychiatric Rehabilitation

Foundations Psychiatric Rehabilitation Program uses a comprehensive, recovery-oriented approach that integrates treatment, support and rehabilitation. Our primary goal is to assist participants with severe and persistent mental illness, to achieve success that leads to a life of independence.

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Learn about Foundations Medical Adult Day Services

Foundations Medical Adult Day Services is a dedicated medical adult day care center located in Linthicum, Maryland, providing medical day services and psychiatric rehabilitation for adults 18 and over. With more than 20 years of experience, our organization has been serving the greater Baltimore area with quality day services. As a proud member of the Maryland Association of Adult Day Services (MAADS) and National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI), we specialize in dealing with mental illness and substance abuse disorders. People living at home with their caregivers benefit from us by helping them maintain a more comfortable lifestyle. Attending one of our programs allows caregivers to go to work and address other responsibilities, comforted by the knowledge that their loved ones are enjoying structured activities and excellent health care. We dedicate our time and effort to keep families together by preventing hospitalization.

Contact us and ask about our first-rate medical adult day services& psychiatric rehabilitation program from our team.


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