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2023

Maryland

In the state of Maryland between 2013 and 2019, 128 people were killed by the police.

Anne Arundel County

Anne Arundel County MHS

http://www.aamentalhealth.org/pr_warmline.cfm

The MCTs were designed to respond primarily to calls from police officers and are on police radios. In addition, if the OPS receives a call regarding an individual who is in severe crisis, they have the ability to refer calls to one of the county’s MCTs. The MCT can then be dispatched to assist in stabilizing the individual and connect them to the most appropriate services. The agency serves the entire county on a 24/7/365 basis. On days when there are sudden surges, AACMHA employs contingent part time staff (CPT) to assist.

Baltimore City

BCRI (Baltimore Crisis Response, Inc)

https://www.bcresponse.org/

BCRI mobile crisis teams include mental health professionals--psychiatrists, social workers and nurses--who are dispatched to any Baltimore City location and provide immediate assessment, intervention and treatment. If residential treatment is necessary the team immediately transports the client to our facility.

Somerset, Wicomico, Kent, Queen Anne’s, Caroline, Dorchester, Talbot, and Cecil County

Sante Group Eastern Shore Mobile Crisis 

https://www.thesantegroup.org/eastern-shore-crisis

Call this number for immediate crisis support.

We're Looking for More Resources in this State. 
We are working to create an easily accessible and searchable database of community resources and organizations nationwide that offer crisis intervention services to be utilized as an alternative to calling the police. At the moment we are rapidly trying to verify leads to be posted to the site. If you know of such a resource in your area  press the contact button below or check back soon for updated resources in your neighborhood.   
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