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NEED HELP OR IN CRISIS?
Often times we don’t know where to turn when our children, youth, or young adults have behavioral health needs. Mid Shore Behavioral Health, Inc. is a good place to start.
Our resource guide and Child, Adolescent, and Youth Services (CAYAS) Behavioral Health Coordinator are resources available with a click or a call.
Audra Cherbonnier, LMSW
Behavioral Health Coordinator, Child & Adolescent Services Supervisor
firstname.lastname@example.org | (410)770-4801 ext 304
Ashley Strazza, CPRS
Behavioral Health Coordinator, Harm Reduction/ Peer Outreach
(410)770-4801 ext 310 | 410-819-9771
Sarah Fegan, LMSW
Behavioral Health Coordinator, Children, Adolescents & Young Adults
(410)770-4801 ext 327
SECOND THURSDAY | MONTHLY
Contact Audra to be added to the calendar invite.
The Youth Outreach Program at Mid Shore Behavioral Health, Inc. provides substance use education, intervention, peer support, and resources for care. This program serves youth in the five mid-shore counties: Caroline, Dorchester, Kent, Queen Anne’s, and Talbot. Youth who qualify for the program are at risk, or show signs, of substance use disorder, live in a high-risk home, and are resistant to traditional services. The program’s success is based on Certified Peer Recovery Specialist building relationships with youth, assessing the needs of the individual, and creating a coordinated plan for assistance. Additionally, the program connects youth and families to services and resources available within their community.
REFER A YOUTH
Download and complete the following forms:
After completing, send both the referral and consent forms to: email@example.com
Facilitated by Minary’s Dream Alliance, Inc., the Adolescent Clubhouse (AC) is an interactive model to better address the needs of youth (12-17) impacted by, affected by, or diagnosed with an opioid use disorder (OUD) and Stimulant Use Disorder, as well as their families. These efforts are also aimed to decrease future opioid related deaths in the population. Services include SUD education, self-care and social skills development, peer recovery support, age and developmentally appropriate recovery support groups, resource linkage, recovery-related workshops, and family engagement events. Services will be provided at multiple sites, in a hybrid structure, in-person and/or virtually.
Families enrolled in Club F.E.A.R. will be able to schedule visits for activities at all sites.
Contact Adolescent Clubhouse staff with questions:
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