, John H. Spearman, senior vice president at University of Maryland Medical Center, told residents that locating the drug treatment clinic in other neighborhoods "got ruled out from above." Spearman's clinic, funded by Baltimore Substance Abuse Systems, which is the city's drug treatment overseer, moved to the building in January. The Abell Foundation bought both 1001 and 1101 West Pratt St., which currently houses Baltimore Behavioral Health Inc. (BBH). Neighborhood residents protested the move, saying that too many drug treatment services have been concentrated in their neighborhood. Relapsing addicts commit crimes and attract drug dealers, residents say. BBH has been cited for financial problems and lax monitoring of the housing in which its patients reside.