Situated in the historic house constructed by Washington, D.C. socialite H.B. Hibbs in 1907 to serve as a summer home, Graydon Manor provides behavioral health services to people of all ages. There is a residential program for adolescents on the premises, and a satelite school in Sterling Park that caters to middle- and high-school-age children. Outpatient services are available to clients of all ages.
Graydon Manor also offers a variety of continuing education courses for social workers and other behavioral health professionals.
- Hours: Office: Mon - Sat, 8:30am - 4:30pm; Residential program: Daily, 24 hours
- Founding Date: 1957
- Parking: Free lot
- Appointments: Appointment suggested
- Scope: Regional
- Type: Mental health
- Services: Group therapy, In-patient, Out-patient
- Type: Psychiatrist, Psychologist, Social worker
- Capacity: 30