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The Mobile Crisis Program provides intensive crisis intervention to Frederick County residents in crisis for whom there are mental health concerns. Program personnel are available to conduct face-to-face assessments and interventions 5 days a week, Monday through Friday and to provide referrals with follow-up services to ensure that individuals are connected with appropriate service providers and community resources.

Community Phone List - Resources for You and Your Family

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Additional Resources

Behavioral Health Resources for Families



Domestic Violence

Healthcare Resource Guide

A Directory of Health Resources Serving Frederick County, Maryland

Health & Dental Discount

Frederick County Government is able to share these programs with residents as a member of the National Association of Counties. Live Healthy allows residents to participate in the health and dental discount programs at a very low cost. Residents can participate in the health program, the dental program, or both. Each program costs $6.95 for an individual and $8.95 for a family per month, or $69 for an individual and $79 for a family per year. The discount programs are not insurance. Rather, they offer reduced costs for services and supplies.

These programs provide residents with immediate access to dental providers with no waiting periods.  Participants will save on average between 15% - 50% on most dental procedures from a national network of general dentists and specialists.  

The health and dental discounts may be used by all county residents, regardless of age, income or existing health coverage.

Learn more and sign up for the low-cost health and dental benefits by visiting  


Frederick City and County resources for people who are homeless or at-risk for homelessness

Medical Equipment

Click here to find local Lions Clubs which lend out medical equipment at no cost

Medication Assistance

Mental Health, Education, Advocacy and Support Groups

  • Mental Health Association - Call 2-1-1 or 866-411-6803
    Through education, advocacy, empowerment, and treatment, MHA helps everyone face their challenges and make lasting positive changes.


Veteran Services

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