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In the event of a life threatening emergency, call 911.

If you are in crisis after hours, call 911, report to your nearest hospital emergency department, or call Mobile Crisis (see below).



State-wide 24-hour crisis intervention and supportive counseling hotline for suicide, family and relationship problems, shelter needs, violent or threatening domestic situations, loneliness, depression, chemical dependency issues and others.


Mobile Crisis Teams consist of mental health professionals dispatched to community locations to provide immediate assessment, intervention and treatment to people experiencing a psychiatric emergency. Mobile teams provide services where the person is located such as home, work place, hospital emergency department, and others. Teams work in partnership with other community resources such as the police, crisis intervention agencies, shelters and others.

  • Harford County Mobile Crisis - 410-638-5248
  • Cecil County/Easter shore - 888-407-8018
  • Baltimore County Mobile Crisis Hotline - 410-931-2214
  • Baltimore City Crisis Response - 410-433-5175