News & Updates

Register for MHAMD’s 2016 Legislative Briefing & Reception. Improving Behavioral Health Outcomes in Primary Care: A Measurement Based Care Integration Approach. February 10, 2016, at the Loews Annapolis. Read more >>

Join us on February 25, 2016, at Lawyer’s Mall, Annapolis, for the Keep the Door Open rally and make your voice heard. Stand up for the more than 1 million Marylanders that live with a mental health or substance use issue. Learn more >>

BrainFutures 2015: View the sessions, browse the photo gallery and learn more about the speakers and their work. Read more >>

Read the latest MHAMD’s Perspectives blog, Network Adequacy Series, Part II: What are state and federal regulators doing about it? Read now >>

Become a member of MHAMD. Your membership supports our ongoing advocacy and educational programs. Join now >>

Medication plus ongoing care provided in emergency departments is a promising approach for opioid dependence.                    Learn more >>

Find out about Clinical Trials and other research news.  Learn more >>

View the full NIMH Partnership Program Update from December 15, 2015. Learn more >>



In 5 minutes a week, you can help to improve the lives of Marylanders living with mental illness or substance use disorder. Sign up for MHAMD’s Commit2Five Campaign. Learn more >>


Mental Health First Aid®

Mental Health First Aid® (MHFA) is the initial help given to someone developing a mental health problem or in a mental health crisis before appropriate professional or other assistance, including peer and family support, can be engaged. Learn more >>


Consumer Quality Team

During announced and unannounced site visits to public mental health programs and facilities, CQT’s teams of consumers and family members listen non-judgmentally to what consumers have to say during voluntary, anonymous, qualitative interviews for the purpose of immediate quality improvement. Learn more >>

Resources for Every Age

From children to older adults and everyone in between, MHAMD offers resources that can help.
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Take a free and anonymous depression screening.
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