The Baltimore Station, an organization that supports individuals, primarily veterans, dealing with homelessness and substance use disorder by providing residential and community-based therapy programs, has hired Mary “Mimi” Walsh-Wehberg, LCPC, LCADAS as its Clinical Director. In this leadership role, Walsh-Wehberg is responsible for overseeing all aspects of the residential and community-based clinical programming and operations.
As clinical director, Walsh-Wehberg will provide leadership and oversight to clinical programming, ensuring continued programmatic excellence and consistent quality of services to achieve the organization’s mission. She will identify growth opportunities for program expansion and community partnerships while managing and maintaining an effective and successful client service program. In addition to supervising clinical staff, Walsh-Wehberg will plan, organize, direct, coordinate, and evaluate service delivery to clients, maintaining records and reports relative to the program.
“Mimi brings decades of experience working in hospitals, intensive outpatient, and outpatient settings treating individuals with mental health and substance use disorders to The Baltimore Station, and we are confident that her expertise will help strengthen and grow our programming to serve even more homeless veterans from throughout the state,” said John Friedel, executive director at The Baltimore Station.
Walsh-Wehberg comes to The Baltimore Station after 14 years at Kolmac Outpatient Recovery, where she worked as a clinician, an embedded consultant in primary care, and most recently as the clinical director. In that role she led a multidisciplinary team providing withdrawal management, intensive outpatient, and outpatient treatment. Prior to joining Kolmac, she worked for the Maryland Department of Public Safety and Correctional Services, supervising substance use disorder treatment programs for female offenders at the Patuxent Institution in Jessup, Maryland.
Walsh-Wehberg is a native of Cumberland, MD, and a graduate of Bishop Walsh School. She received her undergraduate degree from Loyola University Maryland and her graduate degree in Psychology from Indiana State University. She is a member of the American Psychological Association and earned certificate levels 1 and 2 in the treatment of trauma through the Ferentz Institute.
About The Baltimore Station
The Baltimore Station provides therapeutic residential and community-based outpatient treatment programs to individuals—primarily veterans—dealing with homelessness and substance use disorder. Its innovative programming helps break the cycle of poverty and supports individuals as they become self-sufficient members of society. Accredited by one of the nation’s most prestigious accrediting bodies for rehabilitation facilities, The Baltimore Station is the area’s largest VA funded Grant and Per Diem (GPD) program and the only long-term residential program, providing up to 24 months of clinical care and life skills development to encourage a smoother transition to the real world and guaranteed lifelong success. In addition to its residential program, The Baltimore Station provides outpatient programming to provide therapeutic relapse prevention services to those recovering from substance use disorder and also workforce development programming that provides residential services that facilitate stabilization and transition to permanent housing and sustainable income. At The Baltimore Station, we turn lives around. www.baltimorestation.org.