• Agency/Program

    Focus

    Contact Information

    Baltimore Child and Adolescent Response System (B-Cars)

    For emergency assistance with children in psychiatric crisis.

    24 Hour Hotline, 7 days a week
    410-752-2272

    Baltimore City Fire Department Juvenile Fire Setter Intervention Program

     

    Students age 17 and under; identified to have set a fire, played with fire, or have experienced some type of fire play behavior.

    http://foundation.southmetro.org/File/PFSF/8Append41.pdf

    BCFD Office of the Fire Marshall
    Officer Derrick Ready
    410-396-5960
    443-790-3634 (cell)
    Fax: 410-752-1685
    derrick.ready@baltimorecity.gov

    Baltimore Families First

    Baltimore City’s “One Stop” Family Support and Resource Center for families who have a child with developmental disabilities, mental health, or behavioral needs.

    410-662-7113
    http://www.family-networks.org/BFF%20Flyer%20draft-6-30-05.pdf

    Baltimore Crisis Hotline

    Provides timely and effective crisis intervention and addictions treatment services in the least restrictive environment possible.

    410-443-5175

    Baltimore Mental Health Systems, Inc.

    Baltimore Mental Health Systems, Inc. (BMHS) is a non-profit agency established by Baltimore City to perform the governmental function of managing the public mental health system for Baltimore City.

    410- 837-2647
    http://www.bmhsi.org/

    Baltimore Rising

    Provides mentoring and supportive services to youth and their families.

    410-396-4274
    http://www.baltimorerising.org/

    Building Communities Today for Tomorrow (BCTT)

    Baltimore City based, private minority owned and operated corporation serving children, adolescents, adults, and seniors who are at risk of removal from the home, community, or who are transitioning from residential settings back into the community.

    2901 Druid Park Drive
    Suite A210
    Baltimore MD. 21215
    Office:410-467-6600
    Fax:410-225-9110
    http://www.bcttworks.com/

    Community Conferencing

    The Community Conferencing Center (CCC) is a conflict transformation and community justice organization that provides ways for people to safely, collectively and effectively prevent and resolve conflicts and crime.

    Lauren Abramson
    410-889-7400
    Fax: 410-889-0944
    2300 N. Charles St. 2nd Fl,
    Baltimore, MD 21218
    www.communityconferencing.org/

    Community Mediation Program

    Community Mediation provides free mediation services, teaches conflict resolution skills, mobilizes volunteer community mediators and educates the public in order to reduce violence and improve communication in Baltimore.

    Vanessa Kim
    410-467-9165
    Fax: 410-467-9155
    3333 Greenmount Ave.
    Baltimore, MD 21218
    http://www.communitymediation.org/

    Echo House

    Provide coordinated human services that contribute to the physical, mental, social, and economic well-being of the individuals and families.

    1705 W. Fayette Street
    Baltimore, Maryland 21203
    410-947-1700
    Fax: 410.947.5306
    http://www.echohouse.org/

    Life Renewal Services, Inc.

    A full service mental health agency that provides treatment interventions for children and adolescents who suffer from emotional and behavioral disorders.

    Karen Byrd, LCPC
    CEO
    410-277-8910

    Mentoring Male Teens “In the Hood”

    Group-mentoring program where education, speakers, trips, sporting events, health forums, conflict resolution, STD and AIDS workshops, and real conversations about the 'Hood' come together to build strong males

    Cameron Miles
    410-852-8013
    www.mentoringmaleteens.org

     

    Northwest Baltimore Youth Services

    Drug and alcohol rehabilitation center with a primary focus on substance abuse treatment. Youth 5-18 years of age.Targets students in the Northwest Baltimore Area

    3319 W. Belvedere Ave. 21215
    410-578-8100

    Regeneration Project

    Persons ranging in age from 7 through adulthood are eligible.The program provides off-site rehabilitation and support services to consumers with mental health challenges.

    Andre Stokes
    410-254-6175
    Fax: 410-254-0300
    5301 Harford Road, Suite 200
    Baltimore, MD 21214
    http://www.regeneration-project.net/

    The Career Academy

    Emphasizes learning for youths 16-21 who left high school without a diploma.GED, vocational, and employment skills training are provided.

    Barbara McCloud
    101 W. 24th Street 21218
    410-396-7454

    The Family Tree

    Non-profit organization dedicated to providing families with proven solutions to prevent child abuse and neglect. The Family Tree offers volunteer supported programs and services that aide and educates individuals, families and communities.

    Family StressLine
    1-800-243-7337
    410-889-2300
    www.familytreemd.org

    2108 North Charles Street
    Baltimore, MD 21218

    Treatment Resources for Youth (TRY)

    Substance abuse counseling for youth and their families, certified by the Department of Health and Mental Hygiene of the State of Maryland.

    Kathy Miley, B.S.
    Intake Coordinator
    410-366-2123
    Fax: 410 366 0055
    http://www.tryinc.org/

    2517 North Charles Street
    Baltimore, Maryland 21218

    Universal Counseling

    Provides specialized mental health and substance abuse treatment services to children, adolescents, adults and their families

    Cameron Logan
    410-752-5525
    http://www.universalcounseling.com/

    Urban Behavioral Associates

    Provides services to persons from age 5 to adult.A therapeutic approach to empower patients and their families to confront mental health problems.The Safe Start Initiative is an early intervention program designed to help children recover from exposure to violence.

    410-779-3102
    Fax: 410-223-2813
    2310 North Charles Street
    Baltimore, MD 21218-5127

    YO! The Youth Opportunity Movement

    Out-of-school youth, ages 16-22, living in the Empowerment Zone.Offers educational support, computer training, career training, job placement assistance, leadership development, trips, tours, and more.

    Ernest F. Dorsey, Director
    410-361- 6722
    edorsey@oedworks.com

    101 W. 24th Street
    Baltimore, MD 21218
    www.yobaltimore.org