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It's time to speak up, reach out and break the stigma. Let's make your mental health a priority.
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Online telemedicine is available

Bringing Behavioral Health to Prince George's County

Residents will soon have more access to high-quality and easily accessible behavioral health services – improving their lives and strengthening the community.

CRISIS CARE: If you're in crisis, reach out for help.

If you're experiencing a mental health emergency, please call 911.

If you or someone you know is having suicidal thoughts, call the 24/7 9-8-8 Suicide & Crisis Lifeline at 9-8-8.

We know mental health and substance use challenges and emergencies are scary and overwhelming. Not only for the person going through them, but for family and loved ones, too. We're a guiding light to get you through some of your darkest and most confusing times.

Mental health and substance use concerns range from mild, passing conditions to severe, life-altering illnesses. And they're often present at the same time as medical issues, like cancer and chronic pain.

No matter what you're dealing with, we're here to help.

1992
Pathways opened
25
Percentage of Americans (1 in 4) who will experience a mental health issue in their lifetime
2020
J. Kent McNew Family Medical Center opened

Leadership

Aliya Jones, MD, Executive Medical Director of Behavioral Health

Eric Anderson, MD, Medical Director of Behavioral Health Inpatient Services

Rod Kornrumpf, Vice President Behavioral Health