Children's Services Overview
Baltimore County Department of Health
6401 York Road, Third Floor
Baltimore, Maryland 21212-2130
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The Baltimore County Department of Health provides a number of services to ensure the health and safety of children in Baltimore County. Services include:
The Behavioral Consultation Clinic is designed to evaluate and treat school-aged children in Baltimore County who are experiencing behavioral, emotional, and learning difficulties associated with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder.
Who is eligible?
Children who are residents of Baltimore County between the ages of three to eighteen years old. There are no insurance restrictions and children with or without insurance are welcome.
Clinic Hours & Locations
All clinics are open from 8:30 to 11:30 a.m. All appointments are by referral only, which should be obtained and completed by the school's nurse, guidance counselor or psychologist.
Baltimore Highlands-Lansdowne Health Center
Second Thursday of the month
Essex Health Center
First, second, third and fourth Mondays of the month
Liberty Family Resource Center
First Thursday of the month
Towson Health Center
Fourth Wednesday of the month
Woodlawn Health Center
Third Thursday of the month
Who provides this service?
Services at the Behavioral Health Clinic are provided by experienced behavioral and developmental pediatricians, nurse practitioners with specialized training and experience in behavioral pediatrics, licensed psychologists and licensed certified social workers. This program is a component of the School Health Program and collaborates closely with staff from the local school systems.
For more information about the Behavioral Health Clinic, call 410-887-2718.
This program provides free family support, case management, information, referral, and advocacy services to anyone between the ages of birth and 21 years who has a developmental disability and is a resident of Baltimore County.
For more information on developmental disability services, call one of the following numbers:
The Lead Poisoning Prevention Program provides early identification and intervention for children at risk for and exposed to environmental lead. Children with at least one risk factor receive a blood lead screening. Blood lead levels above 10 mcg / dl are case managed to assure that appropriate education, home assessment, nutritional counseling, and medical follow-up are provided in accordance with the blood lead level.
For lead poisoning prevention information or consultation, call 410-887-3725.
The Well Child Clinic provides the following services. Please note that no acute care or emergency services are provided.
Who is eligible?
All Baltimore County residents, from birth to age 21 are eligible. Please note that fees are based on a sliding scale; however, services will not be denied due to inability to pay. For more information, call 410-887-2705.
Revised July 16, 2014