New Groups!: National Pike is now offering the following New Groups at our Catonsville site:
*Teen Job Readiness Group - Wednesdays at 5:00pm
*Adult Job Readiness Group - Wednesdays at 12:30pm
*Adult Therapeutic Walking Group (Informed by the Evidenced Based TLC treatment program) - Thursdays 11:30am
*Boys to Men (Male Empowerment Support Group) - Thursdays at 6:00pm
*If you are a client or parent and you are interested in any of these groups please contact the office.
Outpatient Mental Health Treatment and Psychiatric Rehabilitation for Children and
National Pike Health Center, Inc. is a licensed Community based Outpatient Mental
Clinic (OMHC) and Psychiatric Rehabilitation Program (PRP) serving children, adolescents,
and adults in the Dundalk, Catonsville, and Baltimore metropolitan area since 2001.
National Pike Health Center, Inc. started out in 2001 on Baltimore National Pike
(the source of the name).
The company was founded out of love for children who are emotionally and behaviorally
challenged as a result of reasons they could not control. It was founded hoping
that families more than before would get relief after we have tried our best and
God does the healing.
National Pike Health Center is a manifestation of a vision, which we see unfolding
in our clients and families on a daily basis. Johnson Owoyemi has been playing a
vital role in the company along with others. His wife Lola Owoyemi has been a tireless
partner on the journey. The multidisciplinary team of mental health therapists,
psychiatrists, rehabilitation coordinators, and administrative staff headed by Cortina
Darden, LCSW-C designates services based on the initial assessment and the final
There is ongoing planning and review of each case from inception, through treatment
until the client is discharged. Our outpatient mental health services are designed
to be preventative as well as therapeutic. Treatment and psychiatric rehabilitation
are based on individualized treatment and/or rehabilitation goals set and monitored
as the services continue.
If we find that a child or adolescent is no longer responding to this level of care
and needs more intensive mental health therapy, we will refer to another facility
that can better serve that client.