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Coronavirus (COVID-19) Alert

QCI Behavioral Health continues to provide care at all locations in the five county area that we serve. We are doing everything we can to ensure the health and safety of patients, staff, and visitors.

Appointments may be conducted using telehealth as stated in the order from our Maryland Behavioral Health Administration (BHA). When you are contacted to confirm your appointment, you will receive helpful instructions.

If you have questions or concerns, please contact QCI Behavioral Health for further guidance.

In addition, please contact your Primary Care Doctor, your local Health Department or a local Urgent Care Facility, such as Patient First or Urgent Care, if you have one or more of the following symptoms: Cough, Fever or Shortness of Breath. Call ahead before you go.

IF YOU ARE EXPERIENCING SEVERE RESPIRATORY DISTRESS, PLEASE DIAL 911 OR GO TO A LOCAL EMERGENCY ROOM. Alert 911 of a potential infectious disease or call ahead before you go to your local emergency room.


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Coronavirus (COVID-19) Resources: National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI Maryland) and volunteers are working tirelessly to innovate and provide support and education to our community.  
If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to reach out to us at info@namimd.org 
or call NAMI Maryland at (410) 884-8691.

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Bringing Serenity to your life with Comprehensive Behavioral Health Solutions

The Mission of QCI Behavioral Health is to provide the most focused, caring, careful, dedicated, humane, encouraging, least restrictive, and consistent mental health care to individuals, families, children, adolescents, teenagers, and adults with persistent and chronic mental illness, with no other avenue to services; with care provided in the individual's environment—in the home, on the street, in shelters for the homeless, in the office, or wherever we find there is need.

Who are the QCI personnel?
  • Mental health clinicians from the fields of counseling, family therapy, psychology, social work and nursing utilizing diverse modalities with specialties in adult,
    adolescent and child issues.
  • Physicians with specialties in Adult and Child Psychiatry and extensive experience with multiple patient populations. Focused medical and medication clinic support for adults and children.

  • Intervention specialists - life skills, employment/community support, coaching, job development, employment and training, behavioral and psychological.


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to the satisfaction of the persons served. 
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If you are experiencing a mental health medical emergency, call 911 or go immediately to the closest emergency room.