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.
All of the Mental Health Association of Frederick County’s programs aspire to promote positive mental health and offer not just education, but the support and compassion needed to make real and lasting changes in the lives of those we serve.
The Mental Health Association of Frederick County is ready to serve you with information and services 24-hours a day. If you have questions, we have answers--call 2-1-1 or 301-663-0011--we are always available, accessible and responsive to your needs.
MissionTo build a strong foundation of emotional wellness by educating, empowering and advocating for children, adults and families through a wide array of services. MHA is always available, accessible and responsive to the changing needs of our community.
VisionWe envision a community where children can grow and thrive without fear, where good mental health is valued, where people of all ages know when and how to seek help for emotional or family problems without shame, and where everyone will have access to mental health services without barriers.
Make A GiftYour support enables us to provide suicide/crisis intervention, professional therapy services on a sliding scale basis, trained advocates for children in the foster care system, and child abuse prevention programs that strengthen and empower Frederick’s children and families.
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