Mental Health Resources


Harford Crisis Center – Phone: 1.800.NEXT. STEP. The Mobile Crisis Team provides crisis intervention and emergency mental health care to all Harford County residents. Mobile Crisis responds to mental health emergencies within the county at the location of occurrence, whether it is a home, office, school, or other setting. Their goal is to provide on-site assessment and crisis stabilization, avoiding hospitalization whenever possible by utilizing community support and resources.

MD Crisis Hotline Network – 1-800-422-0009. All centers operate 24-hours a day, 7-days a week, 365 days a year. Now the Maryland Crisis Hotline Network is providing online crisis chat services Monday-Friday 4pm-9pm.

National Suicide Prevention Hotline – 1-800-273-8255.  lifeline

Office on Mental Health/Core Services Agency – 410.803.8726. 125 N. Main St., Rear entrance, Bel Air, Maryland 21014. We work with mental health consumers, providers and community partners in Harford County, MD to create comprehensive programs and services that are recovery oriented.

Harford County Health Department, Division of Behavioral Health  – 410-877-2340, 120 South Hays Street, 3rd Floor, Bel Air, MD. The Division of Behavioral Health (Division) is a multifaceted program that strives to meet the ever-changing behavioral health needs of the community. Programs administered by the Division include:

  1. Community-Based Behavioral Health Treatment and Support Services  (Mental Health, Substance Use Disorder, and Addiction Services).
  2. Outreach, Education & Specialized Substance Use Disorder Programs 
    1. Overdose Prevention and Response Program
    2. Specialized Substance Use Disorder Programs in collaboration with the Harford County District and Circuit Court, Harford County Sheriff’s Office, Department of Social Services, Department of Juvenile Justice and Harford County schools.

Addictions/Substance Use Disorder

ACR Addition  – 443.417.7810. P.O. Box 41, Jarrettsville, MD 21084. ACR connects with substance abuse prevention programs, addiction treatment centers, halfway houses, support groups, therapists and other persons and/or organizations involved with the initial and extended treatment of substance abuse in an effort to formulate a continuum of care that adequately addresses the holistic needs of the substance abuse population.

Harford County Health Department –  410-877-2340, 120 South Hays Street, 3rd Floor, Bel Air, MD. The Harford County Health Department Division of Behavioral Health is proud to offer a range of services. The Substance Use Disorder – Intensive Outpatient Program (SUD-IOP) is a continuum of structured therapeutic and assessment services appropriate for those with significant substance use problems who may be safely maintained at home outside of treatment hours but require more intensive treatment than is available through general outpatient treatment.

Ashley Addiction Treatment – 1-800-799-HOPE (4673), 410.273.6600, 800.799.4673. 800 Tydings Lane, Havre de Grace, MD 21078. For over 30 years, Ashley has been a nationally recognized leader in the treatment of alcoholism, drug addiction, chemical dependency and chronic pain. We are a private, non-profit, non-denominational, Joint Commission-accredited inpatient treatment center

Quit Tobacco Resources

Stop smoking 24/7 quit line – smoking stops here – live counselors 24/7. 1-800-QUITNOW. – policy and service group with the goal of creating a tobacco free Maryland.