Telehealth Services

Peninsula Mental Health and Peninsula Addiction Services are utilizing Telehealth for all intakes, individual and group sessions. We are accepting new patients for both programs. 

Medication inductions for Suboxone, Zubsolv, and Naltrexone are conducted in individualized and sanitized Telehealth stations within our facility as we can continue to provide Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT), to our current clients.  

Services currently offered include:  

Peninsula Addiction Services:  Peninsula Mental Health Services: 
(Adults only)  Services Provided: Substance Abuse Evaluations Inductions for Suboxone and Naltrexone  Medication Assisted Treatment Individual and Group Sessions Referral to inpatient substance abuse treatment (Child, Adolescent, Adult, and Geriatric)  Services Provided: Mental Health Evaluations Individual Therapy Psychiatric Medication Management Pre-Employment Evaluations for Police Services    
 Insurance Accepted:  BCBS  UHC MD Medicaid   Insurance Accepted:  BCBS  UMR Self-Pay  

What are we doing to stay safe?   

Our dedicated clinic provides services to the mental health and substance abuse community while protecting our clients, their families, and our staff.  Our staff is practicing social distancing with all staff maintaining 6ft distancing as well as safe personal hygiene habits including washing hands, staying home when sick, disinfecting surfaces like doorknobs, tables, desks, and handrails regularly used, and minimizing travel in accordance with CDC guidelines.   


Utilizing information from the CDC, we want to keep our patients and staff informed about COVID-19:

How it spreads:

COVID- 19 originated in bats and is suggested to have originally spread from animal-to-person contact.

As the virus continued to spread, it became evident that we now have person-to-person spread.

Risk of Exposure:

At this time, immediate risk of exposure is still low for most Americans but as the outbreak expands the potential risk of exposure will increase.

Individuals in areas where mass community spreads as occurred, caring for individuals with COVID-19, and travelers who have been traveling internationally are at great risk of exposure.

Those at severe risk include, elderly adults and individuals with chronic medical conditions such as heart disease, lung disease, and immunodeficient disorders.

How to Prevent Illness:

A recent study indicated that COVID-19, can survive up to 4 hours on copper surfaces, 24 hours on carboard, and 48-72hrs on plastic or stainless steel.

The following preventive measures should be used to ensure that the virus does not continue to spread quickly amongst individuals:

Clean your hands often (soap and water or sanitizer)

Avoid Close Contact: Maintain approximately 6ft from other individuals

Stay Home if you are sick

Cover coughs and sneezes

Clean and Disinfect: Utilizing regular household disinfectants will work and clean high-touch surfaces daily

Look for symptoms:

Symptoms will result in 2-14 days after exposure and include:

Fever, Cough, and shortness of breath

Emergency warning signs include difficulty breathing, pain in chest, confusion, and bluish lips or face. Contact medical assistance immediately if you experience any of these symptoms.