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If you or your loved ones are experiencing depression, anxiety, thoughts of suicide, or dealing with another type of mental health concern, call 211 and press one or text MD to 741741.
211 Maryland is a 24/7 hotline that connects people to specially trained call specialists who can assist you with a mental health, drug, or alcohol concern, as well as connect you to important community health services information.
Text MD to 741741 anytime, about any type of crisis.
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 becomes healthier and happier. Locate a Behavioral Health service provider in your community.
Support groups offer peer counseling and information to young people, adults, and their families.
Advocacy groups connect young people and families to Prince George’s County efforts to improve opportunities for people with mental health conditions.
Maryland Coalition of Families | Phone: 410-730-8267
National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) | Phone: 301-429-0970
On Our Own of Prince George’s County | Phone: 301-699-8939
• Self Advocacy & Peer Support (18+)
A variety of services and resource are available for individuals or family members with addictions to drugs, alcohol and other substances.
Take this quick self-assessment: Can you answer ‘yes’ to these questions about drug or alcohol addiction? (Download PDF)
The Prince George’s County Alcohol & Drug Prevention Program provides information and education to county residents, schools, and community-based organizations about the negative impact and dangers associated with alcohol and drug use. For more information visit our Alcohol & Drug Prevention Program webpage.
The opioid epidemic is gripping communities across our region and the nation. Prince George’s County offers free naloxone kits and training sessions. Naloxone reverses an opioid overdose and helps prevent death. Call (301)583-5920 to register for free training and a free intranasal naloxone kit. Anyone can get naloxone at Maryland pharmacies without a prescription.
A variety of treatment options are available for individuals or family members with addictions to drugs, alcohol, and other substances. Other behavioral health services are also offered through the Health Department.
Call 301-856-9500 for general information about Behavioral Health Services.
Providing information and referral services to individuals seeking mental health and substance use-related resources. | Phone: (301)856-9500
A source of information for persons seeking treatment facilities in the United States or U.S. Territories for substance abuse, addiction, and/or mental health problems.