Behavioral Health Resources

& Services Directory

This directory identifies local programs and providers in the areas of mental health and substance abuse.

Also listed are local resources in areas like prevention, education and employment, disability services, clothing, food, shelter and legal issues.

CARROLL COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
SUPPORTING THE COMMUNITY

The Carroll County Board of Commissioners is proud to support the Behavioral Health Resource Guide. The county is committed to the “Not in Carroll” initiative and is dedicated to working with our partner agencies to fight opioid and drug addiction and promote prevention programs. The commissioners have supported Not in Carroll with over $4M in funding since FY16 to combat drug abuse and provide additional resources for drug prevention, treatment, prosecution, and enforcement in Carroll County with more than $9M budgeted for ongoing plans through FY24.

Commissioner Steven Wantz, President
Commissioner Edward Rothstein, Vice President
Commissioner Richard Weaver, 2nd Vice President
Commissioner Dennis Frazier
Commissioner Eric Bouchat

This directory identifies local programs and providers in the areas of mental health and substance abuse.

Also listed are local resources in areas like prevention, education and employment, disability services, clothing, food, shelter and legal issues.

Special thanks:

The Partnership for a Healthier Carroll County recognizes and thanks the Carroll County Public Library, the Carroll County Health Department, Carroll Hospital, and the Get Connected Family Resource Center for the leadership, effort, and expertise contributed toward this Directory.

The Partnership also thanks the Rotary Club of Bonds Meadow for their financial contribution, which allows the Directory to be printed and distributed in our community.