Where to Stay

Hotels and Accommodations:

The Institute's main and Fairmount campuses are located approximately 10 minutes from Baltimore's Inner Harbor, a major tourist area offering a variety of accommodations. The Center for Autism and Related Disorders (CARD) is located about 15-20 minutes north. Some hotels offer preferred patient programs, which may include discounted and accessible rooms, transportation, and complimentary or discounted meals. For more information, contact our Guest Relations Department at (443) 923-2640.

Therapeutic Garden

Located at our Outpatient Center at 801 North Broadway, our therapeutic garden's healing environment is the ideal setting for relaxation, rehabilitation, and restoration. The garden's peaceful atmosphere makes it a wonderful place to work on therapy, meditate, and reflect.

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Patient and Visitor Guide for Inpatient and Outpatient Families

This guide provides lodging, dining, transportation, and other valuable resources, including instructions about parking, what to bring for your stay, and insurance and billing information. Whether you're visiting one of our inpatient or outpatient locations in downtown Baltimore, our Fairmount campus, or our Greenspring facilities, we'll do all we can do provide you with everything you need to ensure your time with us is as easy and pleasant as possible.

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Behavior Health Services for Military Families


  • Aliceanna Clinic: 720 Aliceanna Street, 2nd Floor, Baltimore, MD 21202
  • Fairmount Clinic: 1750 E. Fairmount Avenue, Baltimore, MD 21231
  • Columbia Maryland Clinic: 9810 Patuxent Woods Drive, Suite C, Columbia, MD 21046

Description of Program:

The Behavioral Psychology Department at Kennedy Krieger Institute is staffed by licensed psychologists who are specifically trained to understand and serve the unique needs of military families.

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International Center for Spinal Cord Injury

Research. Restoration. Recovery.

Founded in 2005 by neurologist Dr. John McDonald, one of the world’s foremost experts on the treatment of paralysis, the International Center for Spinal Cord Injury (ICSCI) represents something remarkable in the field of paralysis treatment: hope.

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Eagle Project: Military Children's Behavioral Health Clinic

Description of Program:

Military families show amazing resilience and an ability to adapt to the unique situations in which they find themselves. However, additional support when dealing with overwhelming periods of stress is sometimes needed.

The Family Center developed the Eagle Project specifically to target the behavioral health needs of military communities. Techniques used at the Family Center have been shown to work effectively with families facing these types of challenges.

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Hunter Nelson Sturge-Weber Center

Kennedy Krieger Institute • 801 North Broadway • Baltimore, MD 21205


Anne Comi, MD

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Specialized Health Needs Interagency Collaboration (SHNIC)

Kennedy Krieger Institute • 1750 East Fairmount Ave. • Baltimore, MD 21231


Joan Carney, Ed. D.
Project Director

Barbara Obst, RNMS
Project Coordinator

Patricia Porter
Project Coordinator

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Therapeutic Foster Care Program

About the Program:

Therapeutic Foster Care provides a continuum of family-based care and services to children and adolescents with special needs. The children have a history or are at risk of institutional and hospital placements. Emphasis is placed on the relationship between parent and child. Foster parents and clinical social work staff are highly trained to meet the emotional and physical needs of each child.

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Family Center Community Programs

About Our Program:

In addition to its clinical services, the Family Center also offers several community-based services, including:

Case Management Services: Provided for children and families who are victimized through abuse, neglect, sexual abuse and/or community violence.

Home-Based Therapy: Offers an in-home resource for children and their families ages 3 - 18 who have emotional, behavioral and developmental disorders. This community-based treatment is designed to stabilize children while strengthening and preserving families.

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