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Since its inception in 1970, the non-profit Community Crisis Services, Inc. has become a one-stop calling center for information and compassionate assistance for those in crisis. Its mission is to compassionately provide around the clock, non-judgmental and comprehensive response to individual and community needs. The agency is located in Hyattsville and provides 2-1-1 service for Southern Maryland and the Capital Region, including Calvert , Charles, Montgomery (south of Barnesville), Prince George’s and St. Mary’s counties.
The Life Crisis Center is a private, non-profit agency that was established in 1976. The Center’s mission is to improve the quality of life in our community through crisis intervention. The agency advocates and provides a wide range of services for victims of domestic violence, sexual assault and child abuse. Life Crisis Center is located in Salisbury and provides 2-1-1 service on Maryland’s Eastern Shore, including Caroline, Cecil, Dorchester, Kent , Queen Anne's, Somerset, Talbot, Wicomico and Worcester Counties.
The Mental Health Association of Frederick County has served the community as a private, non-profit organization since 1965. A leader in creating services that respond to the changing mental health needs in our community, the Mental Health Association of Frederick County is a place where people can be heard and receive support. The Association’s mission is to build a strong foundation of emotional wellness by educating, empowering and advocating for children, adults and families through a wide array of services. Mental Health Association of Frederick County is located in Frederick and provides 2-1-1 service to Western Maryland, including Allegany, Garrett, Frederick, Montgomery (north of Barnesville) and Washington counties.
For 86 years, United Way of Central Maryland (UWCM) has been the region’s human service leader. The mission of UWCM is to mobilize the community to improve people’s lives. United Way is dedicated to helping individuals and families who are vulnerable and at risk meet their emergency needs, stabilize their lives and ultimately achieve a better quality of life. By drawing upon local knowledge, data and expertise to understand the community’s needs, UWCM is able to identify where gaps exist and concentrate on what works in addressing them, serving as a powerful advocate on critical health and human issues. 2-1-1 Maryland at United Way of Central Maryland serves Baltimore City and Anne Arundel, Baltimore , Carroll , Harford and Howard counties.