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Bringing Serenity to your life with Comprehensive Behavioral Health Solutions

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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.

For additional COVID-19 information & resources 
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September is Suicide Awareness Month 

Suicide Prevention

If you are thinking about hurting yourself or attempting suicide, do not struggle alone. Take action and reach out:

  • Call your mental health specialist.

  • Call a suicide hotline number — in the United States, call 800-273-TALK (800-273-8255).

  • Call 911 or your local emergency number.

  • Seek help from your doctor or other health care provider.

  • Reach out to a close friend or loved one.

According to the CDC, each year more than 41,000 people die by suicide. It is among the top 10 leading causes of death for most age groups, and is the second leading cause among people ages 10-24 - and these rates are rising every year. Millions of people are touched by suicide each day, whether that be through their own suicidal thoughts, the struggles of friends or family, or the loss of someone close to them. Additional resources are available at:




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CARF International, a group of companies that includes CARF Canada and CARF Europe, is an independent, nonprofit accreditor of health and human services. Toll free (888) 281-6531. www.carf.org 

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