Through individualized treatment and meaningful community involvement, recovery IS possible.

 

**FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE**

March 15th, 2017

ClearView Communities is seeking a full-time Marketing and Outreach Coordinator. The qualified candidate will be responsible for developing and maintaining referral relations in the metro DC and Baltimore regions. Qualified candidates must have at least three years of experience in behavioral health, believe in community integration, psychosocial rehabilitation, have excellent communication skills, and be a team player. Travel up to 50% of the time will be required. Please contact the Executive Director, Eric A. Levine, Ed.D, at 240-439-4900 if interested.

February 15th, 2017

Sylvan C. Herman, founder of ClearView Communities makes a gift to Suburban Hospital to support new behavioral health suites. Read full article here

December 2nd, 2016

ClearView Communities is proud to announce that it has achieved accreditation through the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF) for 3 years as a Residential Treatment Program for adults with mental illness.

 June 21st, 2016

**Mayo among hospitals seeking psychiatric housing**

MINNEAPOLIS — Joining Mayo Clinic’s previously announced effort, two other Minnesota hospitals want to establish short-term housing for adults with psychiatric illnesses amid a backlog in the state mental health system.

Like Mayo, Hennepin County Medical Center in Minneapolis has made plans to develop housing for patients who may be ready for discharge from the hospital but need more therapy before returning to their own homes. Regions Hospital in St. Paul is considering developing a 16-bed residential treatment center that will help patients after they’re discharged from area hospitals.

The new “recovery homes” will serve more than 400 adults with mental illnesses every year. They’re expected to relieve pressure on hospitals that have become overwhelmed by a surge of patients suffering mental health crises.

Mayo Clinic is partnering with a non-profit organization to build and manage two residential houses by its Saint Marys hospital campus for patients with mental illnesses. The Sylvan C. Herman Foundation, which created the ClearView Communities in Frederick, Md., is driving the project as well as financing it. The plan is to build two houses on Mayo Clinic land along 14th Avenue Southwest, across from the Saint Marys Campus.

 

For more information about ClearView Communities programming, please contact: Michael B. Knable, DO, Executive Director of the Sylvan C. Herman Foundation and Medical Director of ClearView Communities and/or Eric A. Levine, Ed.D, Executive Director of ClearView Communities. Contact information is as follows:

Dr. Knable, Medical Director: 240-439-4900. MKnable@CVCmail.org

Dr. Levine, Executive Director: 240-439-4900. Elevine@CVCmail.org

Caroline Cantrell LCSW-C, Clinical Director and Admissions: 240-439-4900. Ccantrell@CVCmail.org

Fax: 301-378-0113


Recovery at Work

At ClearView Communities, we provide residential rehabilitation services for adults struggling with a range of serious psychiatric diagnoses. Our welcoming home environment offers both highly supervised and semi-independent living in well-appointed, inviting residences. By becoming active and engaged in our vibrant historic downtown setting, residents learn to successfully manage their illness and become advocates for themselves.

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