Corsica River Locations

Corsica River is a non-profit mental health clinic. Our mission is to provide caring, effective, and highly accessible psychiatric treatment and therapy to all mid-shore residents. Contact us today.

The first four providers listed below provide both mental health and substance use disorder (SUD) services.  Other providers listed provide substance use disorder (SUD) services only.

 


Mental Health and Substance Use Disorder (SUD) Providers


Find this location on Google MapsCentreville
120 Banjo Lane
Centreville, Maryland 21617

Find this location on Google MapsSt. Michaels
933 South Talbot Street
St. Michaels, Maryland 21663

Find this location on Google MapsCambridge
403 High Street
Cambridge, Maryland 21613

Find this location on Google MapsFederalsburg
332 North Main Street
Federalsburg, MD 21632


Call for hours of operation or to make an appointment:

410-758-2211

443-225-5780

410-745-8028


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