When You’re Ready…We’re Here to Help.
Hudson Behavioral Health was formed in 1980 (as Hudson Health Services, Inc.) to bring the first residential addiction treatment program to the Eastern Shore. Today, thousands of patients later, we remain focused on providing quality care and developing innovative programs to individuals address all of our patient’s needs.
Our program is “evidence-informed,” which means there is real science behind it. As you will read in the testimonials on this site, our patients learn to live drug and alcohol-free, building resiliency while rebuilding their lives.
We believe in you and in your power to recover. And, you can trust in us. We are accredited by the Joint Commission, which means you can trust the quality of care we provide and the safety of our facilities.
Go ahead – plant the seed of recovery. You will be amazed at how you will grow.
Enrich the mind, body, and spirit by providing evidence-based clinical care and recovery support services.
Hudson Behavioral Health will be a recognized leader in the provision of quality behavioral health treatment and recovery supportive programs.
We believe that all programs we offer must be of the highest quality. All programs are continuously evaluated, and the results guide ongoing program adaptation and innovation.
We are committed to having the peripheral vision to see others when they are struggling and helping them along their journey.
We seek input from those we serve on how we could do things better. We encourage staff to keep their pulse on community needs and bring their ideas back for program development and adaptation.
Involved and Empowered Employees
Our employees are skilled and passionate about their work. To this end we provide ongoing training and supervision, which allows them the opportunity to grow and succeed.
We provide transparency in matters critical to the organization and to those who support us.
We exist to serve those who access behavioral healthcare and their families. We commit to walking alongside them and always fighting for the betterment of the behavioral health treatment system as a whole.
We respect and value diversity of ideas and people, creating an environment that is inclusive of all.
We are a strong partner in addressing social determinants of health that negatively impact individuals in our community. Being a part of a united front results in a healthier population and strengthens its social safety net.
We are one company, one team. We are committed to a teamwork environment where every person is a valued member.
President & Chief Executive Officer
Director of Human Resources
Director of Administration
Director of Housing
Shiela Pullen, LPN
Director of Admissions
Director of Environmental Services
Key medical staff
Dr. Robert A. Coker, D.O., DABAM
Dr. Efigenio Leynes Bautista, MD
CRNP, Nurse Practitioner
RN, Director of Nursing
Board / Executive Committee
Michelle Grager, Chair
Board of directors
Dr. Ryan Messatzzia
Pastor Bryan Lloyd
Board of directors
Lori Brewster, M.S., A.P.R.N., L.C.A.D.C.
Health Officer Worcester County
Rebecca Jones, RN
Health Officer Dorchester County
Roger Harrell, M.H.A.
in their words
"My stay at Hudson was better than I expected it to be! During the COVID-19 pandemic I was nervous about my freedom being compromised. I was definitely wrong. I felt very comfortable and the staff treats you great and with respect. Just make sure that you treat them the same. Hudson gave me the tools to live a sober life and they can do the same for you. Just make sure you use them!"
"All the staff, counselors and techs were very helpful and respectful towards me. I am grateful for all the knowledge and motivation that Hudson provided for me. I am also grateful for peer support and the opportunity to go to the 3.1 housing to continue my recovery in a more structured environment. If you take this opportunity serious, Hudson can change your life for the better and I will forever be grateful.”
Continuum of Care Offerings
Our program is 40 years in the making, offering an achievable step-by-step process for recovery, from Withdrawal Management to Residential Treatment to Recovery Housing.