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    Healthy Living

    People and Families  > Maryland Statewide Resources​ >​ Healthy Living​

    The Coordinating Center
    • coordinatingcenter.org
    • 410.987.1048
    • ​Provides services through their community based care coordination model. TCC coordinates services and navigates systems to help people with the most complex needs live in the community of their choice.​
      • Rare and Expensive Case Management (REM) : Provides integrated coordination of services for people with specialized health care needs participating in MD Medical Assistance.​
      • Model Waiver Program: Designed to avoid ling term hospitalization of children with complex medical needs and disabilities by providing medically necessary supportive services in the home funded by Maryland Medicaid (MA).​
      • Wellness & Independence for Seniors at Home (WISH): Provides free health coaching for people age 65+ living independently in the community.​
    ​MD Coalition of Families
    MD Department of Aging (MDOA)
    • aging.maryland.gov
    • 1.800.234.3425
    • Assists aging Marylanders and people with disabilities and their caregivers with information, resources and connections to needed services and support.
    MD Behavioral Health Administration (BHA) 
    • health.maryland.gov/bha
    • 1.877.634.6361
    • ​State agency for individuals with behavioral health conditions across the lifespan.
    MD Medicaid
    • health.maryland.gov/mmcp
    • 1.855.642.8572
    • TTY: 1.855.642.8573 
    • Medicaid provides health coverage to Americans, including eligible low-income adults, children, pregnant women, elderly adults and people with disabilities. Medicaid is administered by states, according to federal requirements. The program is funded jointly by states and the federal government.
    MD Office of Oral Health (OOH)
    • namimd.org
    • 410.884.8691
    • ​Offers peer -led education and support programs for all those affected by serious mental illnesses
    ​MD Health Benefit Exchange (MHBE)
    • marylandhbe.com
    • 1.855.642.8572​
    • TTY: 1.855.642.8573
    • Independent unit of state government that provides accessible, affordable health coverage to Maryland
    MD Local Health Departments

    MD Infants & Toddlers Program (ITP)
    • https://referral.mditp.org/
    • 1.800.535.0132
    • System of services, free of charge to all children under 3 who may have a developmental disability, delay or special health condition that is likely to lead to non-typical development.
    ITP Local Programs
    MD Family Support Centers
    • https://earlychildhood.marylandpublicschools.org/node/631
    MD Office for Genetics & People with Special Health Care Needs
    • https://health.maryland.gov/phpa/genetics
    • 1.410.767.6730​
    • Supports individuals up to the age of 22 with special health care needs with a variety of programs:
      • Children Medical Services (CMS)
      • Medical Home Program
      • Youth to Young Adult Health Care Transition
      • Children & Youth with Special Health Care Needs
    The Parents' Place of MD
    • https://www.ppmd.org
    • 1.800.394.5694
    • Maryland's Parent Training Information Center and Family to Family Health Information Center
    Pediatric Hospitals