Questions/ Need services?
Please click HERE if you would like to receive services from one of our community partners or have questions or need support from REACH. Someone from the REACH team members will contact you.
Immediate Crisis Services
Virtual Crisis Walk-In Clinic | Sheppard Pratt
Sheppard Pratt is also offering a virtual crisis walk-in clinic (urgent online therapy and telemedicine at Sheppard Pratt. They accept medical assistance and private insurance. You can click HERE to access the virtual clinic.
Sheppard Pratt is now offering psychiatric triage and referrals to our other virtual and in-person care options through a secure, online platform.Click HERE to access.
Baltimore Crisis Response (BCARS)
BCARS offers 24 hour hotline service 410-433-5175
Other Providers & Partners
Building Blocks HealthCare Network (BBHCN)
Building Blocks HealthCare Network (BBHCN) is a behavioral health organization which delivers mental health services to individuals and families from all ages, cultures, and social-economic backgrounds. They offer Psychiatric Rehabilitation Program (PRP) service, Outpatient Treatment, and integrative Medication Management services. Their goal is to provide professional treatment services in an accessible and efficient manner to render the highest quality of care. Thus, they provide services in different settings such as in the office, via tele-health, or wherever the client may be. Online referrals can be submitted on their website www.bbhcn.org or call 443-898-8282
Family and Children’s Services
Family and Children’s Services remains available to offer supportive services to REACH students and their families via phone and tele-health during the COVID-19 crisis. Family and Children’s services offers both counseling and case management services. Students may benefit from regular therapy to treat mental health needs such as depression, anxiety, traumatic experiences, and challenges related to past and current stressors. These services are currently offered via video tele-health. Case Management can assist students in identifying needs and navigating resources available to meet those needs. These services are currently offered via phone. Students 16 years and older may request and consent to their own treatment; students under 16 may participate with the consent of their legal guardians. Please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org to request services or additional information.
John Hopkins Bayview
Johns Hopkins Bayview, full time mental health services are provided by a mental health therapist. The therapist provides individual and group counseling to the students of Reach as well as family counseling for students and their families. The therapist may present on mental health topics for staff and is available to assist with community outreach efforts. Services also include a child and adolescent psychiatrist available as needed. Call 410-550-0104 or visit the website www.Hopkinsmedicine.org/psychiatry
Time Organization is a licensed Outpatient Mental Health Center (OMHC) providing community based mental health and behavioral health services to include counseling, PRP, substance abuse, services and multitude of other wraparound services. For over 18 years they have dedicated their services to Baltimore city and all surrounding counties. There is a Substance Abuse Counselor based at REACH who provide substance abuse education and counseling. Call 443-872-2230 or visit the website. http://www.timeorganization.org/
Bright Future Mentoring/Global Healthcare Systems, Inc
The organization provides a variety of diagnostic and therapeutic services and mentoring (Psychiatric Rehabilitation Services) to adults, children, and adolescents who are emotionally and/or academically challenged.