GCCSA staff is constantly researching opportunities that will provide additional funds to improve the mental health services to residents of Garrett County. The agency works to better integrate existing services and expand services that are currently available.
MSMHS's mission is to continually improve the provision of mental health services for residents of Caroline, Dorchester, Kent, Queen Anne's and Talbot Counties through effective coordination of services in collaboration with consumers, family members, providers and community leaders. We believe that the mental health system should assure quality, cost-effective services that meet the needs of our consumers.
The Howard County Mental Health Authority (HCMHA) is the Core Service Agency (CSA) for Howard County. The mission of the Howard County Mental Health Authority is to insure the availability of quality mental health services and provide leadership in the county on mental health issues through education, prevention, community and interagency partnerships to better serve the broader community.
The Thomas B. Finan Center, located in Cumberland, operates as a mental health hospital for adult citizens of the entire State of Maryland. Ancillary services are provided to the Massie Unit (25-bed cottage for in-patient treatment of alcohol and drug addiction), the Jackson Unit (1 cottage for children in need of supervision and 1 cottage for juvenile drug offenders), and the Brandenburg Center (50-bed facility operated by the Department of Developmental Disabilities Administration).
The Cecil County Core Service Agency assures the existence and timely access to quality Public Mental Health Services for eligible Cecil County residents and their families, suffering from the devastating effects of acute, as well as, serious persistent mental illness.
The Riverview Psychiatric Center, in collaboration with the community, is a center for best practice, treatment, education and research, for individuals with serious, persistent mental illness, and co-occurring substance use disorders.
The Division of Mental Health and Addiction (DMHA) provides policy oversight for the publicly funded mental health and addiction services system. DMHA operates six state psychiatric hospitals and contracts with community mental health centers as well as child and addiction treatment providers to offer a full continuum of mental health and addiction treatment services.
At MHCCI, we strive to fulfill our mission by improving the overall health and well being of individuals with mental illness and/or developmental disabilities and in so doing improve the health of our communities. We do this by providing high quality behavioral health care and rehabilitation services to assist those we serve on their path to recovery and community integration.
MHDS is responsible for planning, coordinating, monitoring, improving and partially funding mental health and disability services for the State of Iowa. The division engages in a wide variety of activities that promote a well-coordinated statewide system of high quality disability-related services and supports.