NAMI Metropolitan Baltimore works closely with community partners who provide behavioral health information, assistance and resources. There are many supportive resources available in Baltimore City and Baltimore County.
For additional resources, please contact the NAMI Metropolitan Baltimore HelpLine – (410) 435-2600.
- 988 National Crisis and Suicide Lifeline: 9-8-8
The Lifeline provides 24/7, free and confidential support via phone call or text for people in distress, prevention and crisis resources for you or your loved ones, and best practices for professionals in the United States.
- Here2Help Hotline: 410-433-5175
24-hour crisis hotline serving Baltimore City staffed by trained counselors who provide mental health crisis intervention and mobile crisis teams.
- Baltimore County Crisis Response System: 410-931-2214
24-hour crisis hotline serving Baltimore County staffed by mental health professionals who provide mental health crisis intervention and mobile crisis teams.
- National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 1-800-273-TALK (8255)
24-hour, confidential suicide prevention hotline provides emotional support and referrals to mental health services in your area.
Health Care Coverage and Support Services
- Maryland Health Connection: 855-642-8572
Learn about health care coverage options and enroll through Maryland’s official health insurance marketplace.
- Health Care Access Maryland: 877-223-5201
Navigators help with enrollment in health insurance plans in addition to providing connections to behavioral health and recovery services.
- Network of Care
Directory of behavioral health and physical health services in your community.
- Called to Care: 410-550-8018
Education and supportive services for family caregivers.
NAMI Youth Mental Health Resource Guides
These are 3 resource guides designed to deliver key information about mental health and how individuals can access local support for a young one in their lives.
Click the images below to download a PDF of the resource guide of your interest.
These guides were made possible by the contributions of school counselors and social workers, mental health advocates, and community partners local to Baltimore, Maryland. We wish to give a special thanks to our Youth Programming Advisory Council, and for the insights and guidance they shared as we navigated how we could best lend our resources to support youth mental health during the COVID-19 Pandemic.
NAMI Homefront Mental Health Resources for Military Service Members, Veterans and Their Families is a free online suite of resources designed to increase understanding, communication, wellness and advocacy skills.
Visit homefrontresources.nami.org to create your own account and access the resources.
Learn more about what the online suite offers, by clicking here.
NAMI Metropolitan Baltimore can help you get connected to organizations that assist with housing, legal aid, and more! Contact our HelpLine (410) 435 – 2600 for more information.