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Outpatient Mental Health Services

Baltimore County Department of Health
6401 York Road, Third Floor
Baltimore, Maryland 21212-2130

Phone: 410-887-3828
TTY user call via Maryland Relay

Baltimore County offers a wide range of outpatient mental health services (PDF) for children and adults as well as mobile treatment and case management services.

Mobile Treatment Services

Mobile Treatment Services are community-based, intensive outpatient services, which provide outreach, treatment, and support to individuals with mental illness who may be home bound, or for whom more traditional forms of outpatient treatment have been ineffective, or who have had repeated psychiatric hospital stays. This service is provided by a multidisciplinary team in the individual’s natural environment (example: home, street, shelters, etc.).

Services provided include:

  • Psychiatric evaluation and treatment

  • Clinical assessment

  • Medication management monitoring

  • Interactive therapies

  • Support with daily living skills

  • Assistance with locating housing

  • Case management

Mobile Treatment Services, the provider by:

  • Johns Hopkins Bayview at 410-292-4501

  • Key Point Health Services at 410-337-5523

  • Main Street Mobile Treatment at 410-526-7882

  • People Encouraging People at 410-576-0909

Mental Health Case Management

Mental Health Case Management services rendered by a provider are time-limited intensive services to individuals with Severe and Persistent Mental Illness and Serious Emotional Disturbance. Services include: 

  • Assessment of the individual's needs

  • Planning and coordination of needed services

  • Linking the individual to services

  • Monitoring receipt of services

  • Advocating on behalf of the individual 

Mental Health Case Management does not include direct therapy, and is not authorized for the sole purpose of providing transportation to appointments.

Case Management services for children and adolescents are provided by Alliance Inc., at 410-282-5900 extension 3231 or download an application (PDF).

Case Management services for adults are provided by People Encouraging People (PEP) at 410-366-4299. 

Resource Directories for Metro Baltimore Area


Revised October 5, 2016        

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