Behavioral Health Services
Experiencing a Mental Health Crisis?
If you or a loved one are experiencing thoughts of suicide or a mental health crisis, dial 9-8-8 for assistance. Mental health specialists are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week to provide immediate assistance and referrals for long-term support. Learn more about 9-8-8 and access helpful online resources.
Mental Health and Substance Misuse Services
Provides information and education to county residents, schools and community-based organizations about the negative impact and dangers associated with alcohol and drug use.
The Behavioral Health Clinic offers substance abuse and mental health counseling and treatment services to Prince George’s County Residents.
The Behavioral and Mental Health Providers list is designed to help you locate providers in your community that offer services that will help you, your family, and your community become healthier and happier. Locate a Behavioral Health service provider in your community.
Veterans, young adults (18-24), and individuals recently released from jail who are Prince George’s County residents are connected to services that improve physical health, behavioral health and promote financial stability.
A collaborative partnership between the Health Department and the Department of Juvenile Services. Case Managers provide community-based support services to juvenile offenders who are residents of Prince George’s County and have been referred by the Department of Juvenile Services.
The Prince George's County Youth & Community Services Program works with the Juvenile Drug Court program to provide a variety of services to substance abusing offenders.
The Local Behavioral Health Authority (LBHA) is responsible for planning, managing and monitoring the Public Behavioral Health System in Prince George’s County and providing information and referral services to individuals seeking mental health and substance use related resources.
Free training and free intranasal naloxone kit, which reverses an opioid overdose and helps prevent death.
Assists Prince George's County residents in providing programs and activities to prevent alcohol, tobacco, and other drug use and to build a healthier community.
Reduces the stigma of talking about and getting help for mental illness and substance abuse.
Support services for Adolescent at risk for substance use or exposure.
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