In a crisis? Call 301-925-9120
Frequently Asked Questions:
Q: Are there rules to the program?
A: Yes, the rules consist of the following:
Consumer must actively participate in the Safe Journey House program and in the development of his/her treatment, discharge and relapse prevention plan. 
Q: What are the visiting hours?
A: 9 AM through 8 PM Monday - Sunday
Q: Are Meals Provided?
A: Yes, three meals per day are included in the program.
Q: What is the estimated length of stay at Safe Journey House?
A: Each stay is individualized, however the average length of stay is ten days.
Q: How is a consumer stay paid for?
A: Through Medicaid, Medicare, or the un-insured.
Q: Are consumers able to be reached during his/her stay at Safe Journey House?
A. Yes. Consumers have access to a phone line at both households.

Q: How will medications be provided?
A. Medications must be provided by the consumer or caregiver and self-administered under the supervision of Safe Journey House staff.

Download Application Form:
Please click on the link above to download the eligibility application PDF. The application can be faxed to 301-925-4328.

Location I Crisis Beds (SJH 1)
Location II Crisis Beds (SJH II)
6910 Annapolis Road & 4607 69th Ave
Hyattsville, MD 20784
Office: 301-925-9120
Fax: 301-851-5199
1002 Quince Orchard Road
Gaithersburg, MD 20878
Office: (240) 686-6319
Fax: (240) 686-6348
Location III Crisis Beds
Location IV Crisis Beds

3050 Old Washington Rd.
Waldorf MD 20601
Office: 240-607-9164
Fax: 240-607-9271

8640 Ridge Road
Ellicott City MD 21043
Office: 410-461-0760
Fax: 410-461-0740