Arundel Lodge FAQ’s

Q: Does anyone reside at Arundel Lodge’s main campus, 2600 Solomons Island Road, Edgewater?

A: No. It is where community members come to receive a variety of quality, compassionate mental health treatment, supports, and services.
Although Arundel Lodge has a Residential Rehabilitation Program that serves up to 110 individuals at one time, in 32 homes around the community, no one resides at 2600 Solomons Island Rd. This location is where our program staff, case management and business offices are situated; where we provide Health Home care coordination services; where 100 individuals a day, Monday – Thursday, enjoy Day Program; where the Open Eye Gallery and Studio Art Program shares beautiful artwork made by our artists; and where mental health treatment is provided in our Outpatient Mental Health Clinic for adults, and Marcus Youth and Family Center, for children 4-17 years of age and their families. It is where community members come to receive a variety of quality, compassionate mental health treatment, supports, and services.
Arundel Lodge also has a second location at 1419 Forest Drive in Annapolis, where we provide outpatient mental health treatment as well as substance use services in our First Step Recovery Program.

Q: How is Arundel Lodge funded?

A: Arundel Lodge is funded in three ways:
  1. We receive reimbursement from Medical Assistance and a few private insurers for client direct care
  2. We apply to government and private foundation grants
  3. We rely on private donations

Government and foundation grants along with private donations are a vital component in closing the gap on direct care services not covered by insurance, including 24hr care for some, hot meals for Day Program participants, treatment for the uninsured or underinsured, and other needed support services. This funding also helps to cover operational expenses such as maintaining our building at 2600 Solomons Island Road where many of our services are provided and maintaining the homes in which 110 people in our Residential Rehabilitation Program live. Finally, these funds allow us to expand programs and services that address the community’s needs, such as the development of the Marcus Youth and Family Center for children 4-17 years of age and their families and the addition of First Step Recovery Program for substance use.

Q: How do I access services?

A: Your first visit to Arundel Lodge is available through SAME DAY ACCESS services. That means you can walk-in to one of our two locations, Monday – Friday from 9:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m. and receive an intake and assessment. Once your eligibility for services is established, you will receive an appointment to meet with one of our therapists within approximately 10 days. We accept Medical Assistance, or if you have a private insurer, please call ahead to find out if we take your insurance.