Community Resources

How to Find the Services You Need

Mental Health Care

  1. 24/7 Mental Health Hotline  –  this local hotline is open 24/7 and staffed by trained mental health professionals who will answer your mental health questions and work to help you find the resources and the help you need. Call for community referrals, information/advice on mental health and substance abuse issues for yourself or others, or to request Mobile Crisis services to come to your home/work when there is an urgent need for intervention and the client won’t come to the crisis center.
  2. Visit the Klein Family Harford Crisis Center (KFHCC), 802 Baltimore Pike, Bel Air. Open 9am to 9pm every day. No appointment necessary. The Klein Family Harford Crisis Center isn’t just for crisis care, it is also to help prevent a crisis by making mental health care easily accessible. Services provided include:
    • Walk-in services for immediate assessment and treatment to aid in your mental wellbeing.
    • Outpatient treatment for clients needing counseling services
    • Residential services for those requiring more short term intense care.
  3. Contact your employer’s health insurance or the Human Resources Department to determine what mental health services your insurance or employee assistance program (EAP) covers.

Primary Medical Care

Beacon Health ClinicBeacon Health, 253 Lewis Lane, Suite 202, Havre de Grace, MD 21078. Beacon Health is a branch of the West Cecil Health Center (WCHC)and the only Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC) in Harford County. FQHC’s offer high quality health care to anyone regardless of which insurance they have, as well as a sliding scale fee for those without insurance. Patients of Beacon Health, also have access to dental, gynecology, and  behavioral health (mental health and substance abuse) services. Patients of all ages are welcome.

Health Insurance  Need health insurance? Call the Seedco Hot Line at 866-492-6057, Monday through Friday, 9:00 am- 4:00 pm to speak with a Navigator.

or Visit or download the free “Enroll MHC” mobile app.  Free consumer assistance is available by calling 855-642-8572 weekdays from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Deaf and hard of hearing may use Relay.


Free Internet

Free Internet is available in parking lots and on the grounds of the following government buildings:

  • Agricultural Center, Street
  • Churchville Recreational Center
  • McFaul Recreational Center, Bel Air
  • Havre de Grace Senior Center
  • Fallston Recreational Center
  • All 11 Harford County Public Library buildings, and the Library Office on Brass Mill Road, Belcamp.

Free/Low Cost internet through Comcast- Comcast is proud to partner with the Emergency Broadband Benefit Program. See how you could qualify for FREE monthly Internet Service through the limited-time Federal Internet Benefit. visit


Additional Assistance

Do you want to stop smoking? The  University of Maryland Upper Chesapeake Health offers free six-week tobacco quit classes to adults who live or work in Harford County. More more information or to register for the program, call Cancer LifeNet at 866-393-4355.

Eviction Prevention/Help Paying Utilities – Harford Community Action Agency will help navigate all available funding sources for eviction prevention and help paying utilities. If you are falling behind in your rent, please do not wait to call as available funds are limited.

Utility Bill Assistance –  The Harford Community Action Agency can assist with utility bills.

Pharmacies that offer delivery

Volunteers offering assistance for Seniors and other vulnerable populations

TransportationHarford Transit Link will provide on-demand service for residents that need transportation to medical or social service appointments, or in some cases transportation to work. Call  410-612-1620 or 410-838-2562 to book an appointment.

Getting There Ride Share – Serves seniors ages 60 and over, in the Dublin, Darlington, Pylesville, Whiteford, Jarrettsville, and Street areas. Call 410-836-3005.

Bill assistance   For assistance with paying your bills, call the United Way at 211

HomelessnessIf you are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless.

Street Card – List of local resources for housing, food, mental health and other needs. Please note, hours and services may be different during Coronavirus restrictions. For the most current access to resources, please refer to other links on this page.