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Student Intervention and Prevention Services has compiled a list of resources that may be valuable to students, prospective students, faculty, and family members. We hope you find these sites beneficial.
Student Intervention and Prevention Services has provided links to third party information not affiliated with the College. Harford Community College does not endorse any of these sites, nor the information or merchandise contained or offered by these sites. Harford Community College cannot make any warranties as to the accuracy, reliability or security of any information you might be requested to give any third party and, in no event shall the College be liable for any damages whatsoever. This listing is for informational purposes only and is not an endorsement of any particular provider. You are encouraged to call providers and ask questions about services and fees.
Student Services at Harford Community College
A comprehensive list of student services available at HCC.
Disability Support Services
Services for students with disabilities at HCC.
Associated Mental Health Specialist
Harford Community College contracts with Drs. Fishel, Watson, and LeMaire to provide services to students at Harford Community College. The office can be reached directly at 410-583-2222.
Harford County Mobile Crisis Team
The Mobile Crisis Team is operated by Sheppard Pratt Health System to respond to mental health emergencies in Harford County at locations of occurrence, such as homes, places of work, schools, and emergency rooms. Teams of specially-trained mental health clinicians provide on site assessments and crisis stabilization through therapeutic interventions. The purpose of the program is to avert unnecessary visits to hospital emergency rooms and subsequent hospitalization of persons experiencing mental health crises and to provide access to more appropriate, effective and economical care in the community utilizing other resources such as outpatient counseling and rehabilitative services.
Harford County Resource Guide
Harford County has a wide variety of programs and services available to citizens. Business, government agencies, and non-profit organizations provide a rich source of assistance and information. Harford County Commission for Women has created this guide to help you access the services you may need. The agencies and organizations listed in this guide offer help regardless of income level or place of residence.
Harford County Sherriff's Office
As the primary law enforcement agency in Harford County and the largest full service agency in the State of Maryland, the Harford County Sheriff's Office is responsible for providing court services, law enforcement, and correctional services to the county's ever growing population.
Use Harford Transit service to travel to Aberdeen, Havre de Grace, Riverside, Edgewood, and Joppatowne. Use Harford Transit to link up with MTA's Flyer and Marc Train service to Baltimore and Washington, D.C.
Office on Mental Health
The office on Mental Health develops and monitors public mental health services in Harford County that are comprehensive community-based, culturally sensitive, and recovery oriented.
Pastoral Counseling Services of Maryland
Pastoral Counseling Services of Maryland is a not-for-profit, community-based organization dedicated to strengthening emotional and spiritual health by providing counseling and psychotherapy services to individuals, couples, families, children, and adolescents, as well as specialized services of Addictions Counseling, Marriage Preparation, and other Educational programs.
Pro Bono Counseling Services
Linking families, individuals, and couples with licensed and insured mental health professionals and other essential services throughout Maryland since 1991.
SARC Sexual Assault/Spousal Abuse Resource Center, Inc.
SARC is a non-profit agency in Harford County working to end domestic violence, sexual violence, and stalking; to aid its victims and to create a society free from abuse and fear.
Veteran Outreach Services
This website provides information about state and federal veteran benefits.
Youth Crisis Hotline
The term crisis means many different things to different people. Services for crisis can range from addressing the needs of the homeless, family conflicts, emotional difficulties, and suicide attempts to large scale disaster response.
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