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Anne Arundel Community College-Counseling, Advising, and Retention Services (CARS)
410-777-7111  or 410-777-2307
Free short-term mental health counseling services provided to Anne Arundel Community College students  which are licensed by clinical counselors and social workers.  

Anne Arundel County Department of Health
Mental Health and Addiction
Adult Addictions Services-410-222-7428
Adolescent and Family Services-410-222-6785
Addictions treatment-410-222-6725
Adult Addictions Services, Community Treatment Services, Adolescent and Family Services.

Anne Arundel County Mental Health Agency, Inc.
(also see Community Warmline)
The Anne Arundel County Mental Health Agency (AACMHA) is dedicated to ensuring that Medicaid recipients and other low-income, non-insured county residents who meet certain criteria have access to a wide range of quality mental health services.

Community Warmline 
(also see Anne Arundel County Mental health Agency, Inc.)
24 hours a day/7 days a week
"Community Warmline" provides Anne Arundel County supportive assistance with personal crises and provides referrals to community resources.

Maryland First Call for Help and United Way 211
Dial 2-1-1 or 800-492-0618 (Washington, D.C. and sections of Maryland)
Provides information on thousands of health and human services such as childcare, jobs, health care, insurance, and services in times of disaster or emergency.

National Institute of Mental Health
Information about the signs and symptoms, diagnosis, and treatments for mental health.

National Mental Health Information Center
The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration's (SAMHSA) National Mental Health Information Center was developed for users of mental health services and their families, the general public, policy makers, providers, and the media.

Peoples Community Health Center
Brooklyn Park Center
Baltimore, MD 21225

Provides quality, comprehensive medical services in Baltimore, regardless of patients’ income or insurance status. At eight sites across metro Baltimore, People’s provides full-service, primary medical care, dental care, substance abuse treatment, mental health care individual therapy, family counseling, group therapy, addiction services, harm reduction, drug-free maintenance, parole and probation required services including urinalysis, group therapy, and buprenorphine administration for detoxification

Pro Bono Counseling Project 
131 West Quadrangle
Baltimore, MD 21210
Provides low-cost or no-cost mental health counseling and other mental health services.

U Lifeline
An online resource for college students’ mental health. Students can learn more about protecting their emotional health and what to do if they or friends are struggling with mental health issues.


Daily OM 
A daily source for nurturing your mind, body and spirit. Every weekday, DailyOM will e-mail you inspirational thoughts for a happy, healthy and fulfilling day.

Ezine Articles- Anger Management
This Web site includes articles and basic tips on anger management.

How to Survive Unbearable Stress
This Web site is dedicated to helping overcome stress, particularly high school and college aged students.

Humor and Health Paul E. McGhee, PhD
This Web site discusses how humor and emotions affect health and includes links for holistic remedies and alternate therapies.

Inspiration Unlimited and Paramount Wellness Institute
Fax: 303-485-0034
P.O. Box 18831
Boulder, CO 80308

Consulting company in the field of health promotion and wellness, offers lectures, seminars, workshops and retreats on mental, physical, emotional, and spiritual wellness for personal and professional training and development. 

Life of Learning Foundation
This Web site provides free self-help material including self-help lessons, spiritual exercises, life changing insights, inspiring video clips and a “Change Your Destiny” starter kit.

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