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    Integrating Behavioral Health Services

    The CHRC has awarded 22 grants totaling $6.5 million in funding to integrate behavioral health treatment services with primary care services, including clinical integration strategies such as intensive case management services, co-location of primary care providers and behavioral health professionals, and deployment of primary care providers with expertise in behavioral health.  Collectively, these programs have served over 9,100 individuals, providing more than 61,000 clinical encounters and services.

    Promoting access to integrated substance use treatment and mental health services as a means to expand access, achieve economies of scale, and promote public safety in Maryland is a priority of the Commission. Three of the integrating behavioral health service grants are “re-entry” programs, totaling $1.1 million, which targets currently incarcerated or recently released inmates of local correctional facilities who have been dually diagnosed as having a mental health and substance use disorder.  These grant programs, located in Harford, Prince George’s, and Baltimore counties, represent a coordinated response by local health departments, local detention centers, public agencies, and private non profit organizations to deliver multiple services to address multiple health and social needs to improve this population’s health outcomes and reduce recidivism.

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    CHRC Grantees Expanding Access to Mental Health and Substance Use Treatment Services

    Grant Nameame County
    12-014 Mary's Center for Maternal and Child Health Prince George's/Mont
    12-013 Walden Sierra, Inc. Southern Maryland
    12-012 Way Station, Inc. Central Maryland
    12-007 Lower Shore Clinic Lower Shore
    12-006 Mobile Medical Inc. Montgomery
    11-011 People Encouraging People Multiple
    11-010 Mosaic Community Services Multiple
    11-009 Prince George's Health Department Prince George's
    11-008 Baltimore County Health Department Baltimore County
    11-007 West Cecil Community Health Center Cecil
    09-017 Somerset Health Department Somerset
    09-014 Mid-Shore Health System Talbot
    09-010 Baltimore City Health Department Baltimore City
    08-028 Anne Arundel Mental Health Agency Anne Arundel
    08-016 Way Station, Inc. Frederick
    08-015 Harford Health Department Harford
    08-014 Junction, Inc. Carroll
    07-012 Walnut Street Community Health Center Washington
    07-011 Union Memorial Hospital Baltimore City
    07-010 Tri-State Community Health Center Allegany
    07-009 Montgomery Dept. of Health and Human Services Montgomery
    07-008 Johns Hopkins Bayview Baltimore City
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