What Type of Help Can I Get?

For immediate assistance in any emergency, dial 911

The Anne Arundel County Crisis Warmline is available 24/7 for mental health and substance use disorder support at 410-768-5522

The Anne Arundel County Network of Care website provides simple and fast access to information about resources for persons with mental illness, caregivers, and service providers.

Visit the Anne Arundel County Network of Care

The Anne Arundel County Mental Health Agency (AACMHA) can help connect you with the following types of services:

Crisis Help
If you are feeling overwhelmed by your problems, call our Warmline 24/7 at 410-768-5522.  We can also be reached Monday-Friday, 8:00 AM-4:30 PM ET at 410-222-7858

Case Management
If you qualify for public mental health services, you may be assigned a case manager who will work with you to determine what services you need and help you get them. Your case manager will follow your care to make sure that you are receiving the services you need.

Outpatient Therapy
AACMHA can help you access individual, family and group therapy.

Residential Rehabilitation
Whenever possible, AACMHA tries to help people obtain treatment on an outpatient basis, but for individuals with serious mental health problems a residential program may be necessary. If you require this type of care, one of the county's high quality residential programs can provide housing and intensive therapy.

Full/Partial Hospitalization
If you are facing a crisis, a short-term hospitalization or a day program may help you deal with immediate problems.

Supported Housing
AACHMA funds a variety of supported living programs designed to help individuals with mental health problems successfully transition toward fully independent living.

SOAR Assistance
SSI/SSDI Outreach, Access, and Recovery (SOAR) is a national program designed to increase access to the disability income benefit programs administered by the Social Security Administration (SSA) for eligible adults and children who are experiencing or at risk of homelessness and have a serious mental illness, medical impairment, and/or a co-occurring substance use disorder.

For more information about SOAR, call 410-222-7858 or email aac-lbha-connect@aacounty.org.

Respite Services
Caring for a person with serious mental health problems can at times be overwhelming. Respite services are designed to provide caregivers with temporary breaks that will help them to continue providing care over the long-term.

Vocational Services
AACMHA is working to establish stronger links between psychiatric rehabilitation programs and community employers to increase the number of job opportunities available for people with mental health problems.

Mobile Crisis Teams
Our mobile crisis teams provide immediate care for people with mental health problems who are in crisis. The team provides treatment and other services until long-term therapy can be arranged.

The Anne Arundel County Department of Health's Road to Recovery Program provides outpatient treatment to adults with opioid use disorder. The program offers methadone, buprenorphine and naltrexone, in combination with individual, group, and family counseling to best support clients on their path towards recovery.

The treatment program also includes drug and alcohol education; urinalysis testing; medical exams; screenings for tuberculosis, hepatitis, and HIV, along with referrals to peer support specialists and other services as needed. The Road to Recovery Clinics are all accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF) International.

Anne Arundel County residents who have been or are dependent on opioids should call to find out if they are eligible for treatment. Based on screening information, some residents may be linked to other providers in order to meet their needs. Fees for services are determined by insurance eligibility.

The Road to Recovery Program has two locations:

Road to Recovery (North)
Behavioral Health Building
122 North Langley Road, Suite B
Glen Burnie, MD 21060
Call: 410-222-0100

Road to Recovery (South)
711 Bestgate Road
Annapolis, MD 21401
Call: 410-222-6001

Same-Day and Next Day Appointments are available for Behavioral Health Urgent Care at:

Arundel Lodge at Luminis Health Urgent Care Center


Hospital Pavilion 
2001 Medical Parkway               
Annapolis, MD 21401

Hours of Operation:


9:00 AM-9:00 PM ET


The Maryland Department of Health has released an updated list of statewide Behavioral Health walk-in and urgent care centers. 

Access the List

Incidents of violence and mass shootings are devastating—especially for those who lose loved ones in the wake of such traumatic events. We are often left feeling helpless, struggling to find resources that could help make sense of the situation or provide immediate crisis counseling to those impacted.

This resource guide, compiled by the Maryland Department of Health’s Behavioral Health Administration, provides tips and resources for those impacted, including youth, parents and caregivers, teachers and behavioral health professionals.

Access the Resource Guide