On Tuesday April 21, more than 300 participants joined Baltimore for the first-ever virtual event, Community Conversations: Navigating Emotional Wellness During Uncertain Times. This event was presented in partnership with NAMI Metro Baltimore and Sheppard Pratt. Experts Dr. Todd Peters and Dr. Brad Piergrossi shared how to take care of yourself and others along with the best means of coping with anxiety, depression, and isolation. You can view the full recorded discussion below.
Lucinda Levine of Inkquiry Visuals illustrated our conversation and turned it into a work of art.
Learn more about NAMI Metro Baltimore’s online support group meetings being offered during the COVID-19 emergency.
For more information or referrals to local resources, please contact the NAMI Metro Baltimore HelpLine at (410) 435-2600.
Sheppard Pratt is here to serve as a mental health resource for you and your family. Learn about telehealth and walk-in options that are now available:
Telehealth and Teletherapy
Sheppard Pratt is now offering telehealth, teletherapy, and medication management services through telehealth. Please contact the outpatient center nearest you to learn more and see if you qualify. Click here to see locations and learn more.
Sheppard Pratt’s Virtual Crisis Walk-In Clinic is now open. Through this program, we offer psychiatric triage and referrals to our other virtual and in-person care options through a secure, online platform. Click here to learn more and make an appointment.
Crisis Walk-In Clinic: Our Crisis Walk-In Clinic remains open for immediate psychiatric triage – please exercise this option rather than going to an emergency room when possible. Learn more here.
- Hours: Monday – Friday, 10 a.m. – 9 p.m.; Saturdays, 1 – 5 p.m.
Outpatient Behavioral Health Centers: Some of our outpatient behavioral health centers are now offering walk-in appointments. Click here to find a location near you.
For those considering in-person care: if you have a fever, coughing, shortness of breath, or have been in close contact with someone diagnosed with COVID-19, please call your primary care provider. If you feel sick and it is an emergency, please call 911.
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For guided meditations from Dr. Brad Piergrossi that you can do from home, visit here.
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