Behavioral Health Resources
& Services Directory
Also listed are local resources in areas like prevention, education and employment, disability services, clothing, food, shelter and legal issues.
I am delighted to introduce this online version of the Behavioral Health Resources and Services Directory for Carroll County. This online version allows for timely updates making it as accurate and current as possible. Additionally, new organizations are able to directly submit their listing for approval. The Partnership for a Healthier Carroll County coordinates this effort along with key community members and organizations. In particular, The Partnership wishes to recognize the leadership and expertise of the Carroll County Health Department and Carroll Hospital.
The Partnership is the coordinating hub that connects agencies and individuals to build capacity for improving the health and quality of life in Carroll County. This directory highlights our county’s ongoing tradition of teamwork and collaboration.
The directory was designed to identify local programs and providers in the areas of mental health and substance abuse, as well as to highlight resources in areas such as prevention, education and employment, disability services, clothing, food, shelter, and legal issues. We also provide lists of regional and national organizations that may be of use in obtaining materials and identifying additional sources of information.
From the website, you will be able to search and print sections of the guide that are most important to you and your family. Please note, the directory is not meant as an endorsement of any of the agencies or providers. This is also not an exhaustive list; there are other services for which you may be eligible.
We hope this directory proves to be valuable for community members and professionals as a starting point to learn more about the wide range of Behavioral Health resources in Carroll County.