Office on Mental Health, Core Service Agency of Harford County

Office on Mental Health, Core Service Agency of Harford County Value, strength, and the right to choose The right to quality mental health services The ability to achieve wellness The Office on Mental Health envisions a comprehensive community based, culturally–sensitive, and recovery-oriented mental health system.

We advocate for individuals with mental illness and their families to achieve their highest level of meaningful and independent living. We bring to together service providers, government agencies and community partners to create comprehensive programs and services that are recovery and resiliency oriented. Please visit our website to find out more about what we do: www.harfordmentalhealth.org

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Managing the stress of the holiday season on top of the pandemic can be overwhelming.  We wanted to offer a list of beha...
12/23/2020

Managing the stress of the holiday season on top of the pandemic can be overwhelming. We wanted to offer a list of behavioral health resources available in Harford County. Please reach out if you or someone you love needs behavioral health assistance. We are here to help! #harfordmentalhealth

Loneliness and isolation can be especially difficult around the holidays.  Please remember physical distancing is not th...
12/16/2020

Loneliness and isolation can be especially difficult around the holidays. Please remember physical distancing is not the same as social distancing and stay connected to friends and family, even virtually. If you or someone you know is struggling with any behavioral health needs, please reach out to Harford County Crisis Response at 1-800-NEXTSTEP or 410-874-0711. They operate 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. #harfordmentalhealth

COVID-19 has been extremely stressful for Maryland students and parents. The Maryland Department of Health (MDH) Behavio...
12/08/2020

COVID-19 has been extremely stressful for Maryland students and parents. The Maryland Department of Health (MDH) Behavioral Health Administration (BHA) developed this behavioral health resource guide for middle and high school students, adolescents and young adults coping during the 2020/21 school year.

https://bha.health.maryland.gov/Documents/BH%20Student%20Resource%20Guide_111820.pdf

10/02/2020
www.harfordmentalhealth.com

The Office on Mental Health/Core Service Agency of Harford County and the Harford County Local Addictions Authority would like to share the following information.
Please see our website www.harfordmentalhealth.org for information regarding a Request For Proposal to implement an Adolescent Clubhouse Program.

09/28/2020

The Behavioral Health Administration (BHA) is requesting all local authorities to submit information related to the impact of the Optum transition to include providers that have closed, are facing closure, or bankruptcy, or have stopping taking Medicaid due to transition issues. We need you to share this information with us so we can get it to BHA. We need this information by noon on Tuesday, September 29th. Information can be submitted by sending an email to [email protected]

With the school year on the horizon, this year is going to bring new challenges. Whether your child is being homeschoole...
09/03/2020
Taking Care of Our Kids’ Mental Health (and Our Own) During Back-to-School Season

With the school year on the horizon, this year is going to bring new challenges. Whether your child is being homeschooled, learning virtually, or face-to-face, this is uncharted waters for all of us. Taking care of our children’s and our own mental health as we return to school is important. If you or someone you know are struggling with mental health or substance use, please call 1-800-NEXTSTEP or (410) 874-0711 locally) to be connected to Harford County Crisis Response or go to the Klein Family Harford County Crisis Center 24 hours a day, 7 days a week #HarfordMentalHealth
https://afsp.org/story/taking-care-of-our-kids-mental-health-and-our-own-during-back-to-school-season

My concerns these days turn mostly to my children and those children around me. Kids usually approach the back-to-school season with feelings of anticipation at starting a new grade, or sadness as summer ends.

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2231 Conowingo Road, Suite A
Bel Air, MD
21015

Opening Hours

Monday 08:30 - 16:30
Tuesday 08:30 - 16:30
Wednesday 08:30 - 16:30
Thursday 08:30 - 16:30
Friday 08:30 - 16:30

Telephone

(410) 803-8726

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