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COVID-19 Resources for Emotional and Mental Health

The current COVID-19 outbreak has presented individuals with difficult and uncertain times. Hospice of Washington County understands that people need assistance not only with the challenges but with intense responses that individuals may have related to this pandemic. Hospice of Washington is there for you, and we would like to provide you with support to help community members. We have compiled a list of resources to assist you with some of these intense responses such has control, isolation, hopelessness, fear, anxiety/panic, suicidal tendencies, as well as traumatic grief and loss. There are also resources for issues related to mental health, self-harm/abuse, neglect, eating disorders, chronic pain, substance abuse and recovery require a high level of professional care. We hope that this will help you during this unprecedented time.

  • Maryland Help Line: Dial 2.1.1 or go to:
  • Call 911 or go to your nearest hospital emergency room. 
  • You can be connected with Washington County Mobile Crisis Services by calling 911. A trained mental health provider can assist and respond to immediate needs. 

COVID-19 Support

General Assistance 

Mental Health

For Children/Families 

Acitivites for Children


Resource Hotline Numbers:

Maryland Crisis Hotline 

TDD line 410-531-5086

Domestic Abuse and Child Abuse Hotline 

Drug and Alcohol 

Eating Disorders 

Learning Disabilities and ADHD 

Mental Health Crisis Lines / Suicide Hotlines 

Rape and Sexual Assault 


Non-Profit Groups for Illnesses & Disorders Government Agencies 


Alcohol and Drug Abuse

Alzheimer's Disease

Anxiety/ Panic

  • Panic Disorder Information Hotline -- 1-800-64-PANIC 

Bipolar and Depression

Chronic Pain

Domestic Violence

Eating Disorders



Mental Health


Sexually Transmitted Diseases

Substance Abuse/Recovery


For problems, issues or illnesses not listed above, contact the following: 

Child Abuse and Neglect 

Missing Children 

Youth Issues/Problem Parenting 

  • Covenant House NineLine 
    Referrals for youth or parents re: drugs, homelessness, runaways, etc. Message relays, reports of abuse. Helps parents with problems with their kids. If all counselors are busy, stay on the line & one will be with you as soon as possible. 
    1-800-999-9999 (24 hrs)  

NIH'S Institute