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Behavioral Health Resources
Crisis Assessment
Non-Crisis Assessment
Understanding These Issues
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What Parents Need to Know (Multiple Languages)

Behavioral Health Resources

See our guide to Montgomery County Behavioral Health Resources (PDF).

Crisis Assessment


Montgomery County Hotline (EveryMind): 301-738-2255
Montgomery County Crisis Center: 240-777-4000
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 988

All calls to these services are free and confidential.

In person:

Montgomery County Crisis Center
301 Piccard Drive, Rockville
No appointment needed

Non-Crisis Mental Health/ Substance Use Assessment

Child and Adolescenter Assessment Services (CAAS)

Montgomery County Access to Behavioral Health Services
Assistance with obtaining appropriate outpatient mental health or substance use disorder services for adults eligible through the public mental health system.
Walk in assessments –
27 Courthouse Square, Suite 101
Rockville, MD 20850
Phone: 240-777-1770

InfoMontgomery (web based directory of service providers in Montgomery County)


Alcoholics Anonymous Meetings
Narcotics Anonymous Meetings
Safety Plan Template
Alcohol Abuse Self-Test
Drug Abuse Self-Test

Understanding These Issues

Understanding Suicide
Why People Commit Suicide
What It Feels Like to be an Opioid Addict
What It Feels Like to be an Alcoholic

Help Someone Else

Help a Suicidal Friend
Resources for Parents of Suicidal Teens
Support for Family Members and Caregivers
For Parents: Is There a Problem?
Podcast: Talking About Suicide With Our Patients: Get Comfortable Being Uncomfortable

What Parents Should Know