Trauma-informed, individualized psychiatric residential treatment for boys’ emotional, behavioral, and unhealthy sexual behaviors, and treatment foster care programs for youth and families.
The Woodbourne Center has operated under many names throughout its more than 200-year history. It began to help children orphaned during the Revolutionary War. Later, it became the estate of the Enoch Pratt and A. S. Abell families. By the 1940s, the organization focused on treating children with psychiatric and behavioral problems. By 1966, the organization became known as Woodbourne Center and in 1974, Woodbourne opened its own school on campus. In 1987, Woodbourne expanded its programming to include Treatment Foster Care.
Woodbourne Center is located on a historic site in the center of Baltimore, MD. The main campus features an administrative building residence halls, school, gymnasium, and field. The campus was renovated in 2014 with new lighting, updated grounds, and colorful murals.
Woodbourne Center provides psychiatric residential treatment for boys, ages 12-18, who have chronic mental health issues. Specialized programming is offered for unhealthy sexual behaviors. Treatment Foster Care services are provided to boys and girls, age birth-21, and families in the Baltimore area.
The site utilizes a comprehensive, integrated system of care to meet the individual needs of each boy.