Working to improve the care of older adults with behavioral health needs

The Maryland Coalition on Mental Health and Aging connects representatives from service agencies, behavioral health providers, state agencies, consumers, and family groups to ensure that Maryland’s older adults with behavioral health disorders have access to a full range of services that meet their unique needs, no matter their residence or financial circumstances. Go here to read about our coalition's priorities and history of success.

Our coalition cares about

  • All aspects of mental wellness

  • Helping older adults live fulfilling and vibrant lives

  • Better identification and treatment of emerging problems

  • Better access to quality and age appropriate care for older adults

  • Recovery services that support the unique needs of older adults

  • Educating Marylanders about age related issues that raise risk for brain based disorders

  • Supporting the mental wellness of caregivers

Get involved

Our Coalition welcomes anyone interested to join our monthly meetings. We need your input and energy! Please join us at our next coalition meeting. Our meetings are on the 4th Thursday of November, January, February, and March from 9:30 - 11:30am at the Mental Health Association of Maryland's offices on 1301 York Road, Suite 505, Lutherville, Maryland 21093.

To join the Maryland Coalition on Mental Health and Aging or for more information please contact:

Kim Burton
Director, Older Adult Programs
443-901-1550, ext. 210
kburton@mhamd.org

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