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Access To Care Resources

Bureau of Access to Care offers help with

  • Enrollment into quality healthcare;
  • Processing insurance applications for low income children under age 19 through the Maryland Children’s Health Program (MCHP);
  • Navigating the Medicaid system; and,
  • Scheduling transportation for Medicaid recipients through the Medical Assistance Transportation Program.
For additional information, please call 410-313-5845

Howard County Department of Community Resources and Services

The Department of Community Resources and Services (DCRS) provides vital human services through its nine offices and ten boards and commissions.

  • ADA Coordination;
  • Aging and Independence;
  • Children and Families;
  • Community Partnerships;
  • Consumer Protection;
  • Human Trafficking Prevention;
  • The Local Children’s Board; and,
  • Veterans and Military Families.
For additional information, please call 410-313-6400 (voice/relay) or email communityresources@howardcountymd.gov

Maryland Access Point

Maryland Access Point of Howard County (MAP) is a trusted source of information and assistance for Howard County residents who need or want to plan for their immediate and future needs. MAP serves adults 50 years and older, adults 18 years and older with a disability, family members and other caregivers, and health or business professionals. MAP can help you with:

  • Guidance with Assistance and Benefits
  • Referrals to Programs and Services
  • Planning for the Future
For additional information, please call 410-313-1234 (voice/relay) or call 1-844-627-6465 (844-MAP-LINK) or email map@howardcountymd.gov

Behavioral Health Care

Resources

Please click the links below to access previous webinar slides:

For publications and resources from the Mental Health Association of Maryland:

For publications and resources from the Children's Mental Health Matter's Campaign visit:

For any questions about resources or programs at the Mental Health Association of Maryland, please contact info@mhamd.org

For additional information, please visit Howard County Health Department Behavior Health

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