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Access Carroll, Inc. Integrated Health Care

10 Distillery Drive, Suite 200, Westminster, MD 21157

410-871-1478

info@accesscarroll.org

accesscarroll.org

  • Full Time Integrated Care
  • Medical and Dental & Behavioral Health Services
  • Access Carroll is an integrated primary care medical home, providing sliding fee scale medical, dental, and behavioral health services for low-income residents of Carroll County.
  • Medical and dental services are available to all ages.
  • Behavioral health care, including ambulatory detox services, is available to adults.

American Psychological Association

750 First St, NE, Washington, D.C. 20002-4242

800-374-2721

https://www.apa.org/

  • Call for materials about problems that relate to alcohol disorders

American College Health Association

PO Box 28937, Baltimore, MD 21240-8937

410-859-1500

Call for brochures on alcohol problems or fax 410-859-1510

www.acha.org/

  • The American College Health Association provides health and wellness services,
  • professional development, and a culture of wellness for it’s members.

Bureau of Community Health Nursing

290 S. Center Street, Westminster, MD 21157-5219

410-876-4900

800-966-3877

cchd.maryland.gov/health-services-home

  • Partners with Carroll County residents to promote, protect, and maintain their health. Visit website to learn about their many medical care services and programs.

Bureau of Prevention, Wellness, and Recovery Carroll County Health Department

290 S. Center Street, Westminster, MD 21157-5219

410-876-4449

cchd.maryland.gov

  • Prevention, intervention, and targeted education services are provided across the life span to individuals including students of all ages to prevent onset of substance use, reduce stigma around behavioral health issues, and decrease suicide and trauma.
  • Recovery Support Services – Certified Peer Recovery Support Specialists are available to anyone with a behavioral health issue. Non-clinical care coordination is provided by a trained specialist to reduce barriers to services and to promote recovery from mental health and substance related disorders. Peer Support Specialist help with entitlements, outreach to providers for treatment or housing linkages, and supporting individuals with recovery needs.

Care Connect

200 Memorial Avenue, Westminster, MD 21157-5629

410-871-7000

healthaccess@carrollhospitalcenter.org

carrollhospitalcenter.org

  • Provides callers with physician referrals, registration for health education classes, support groups, and health screenings. Offers physician referrals and registration for health education classes, support groups, and health screenings. Callers can also request information about community resources, hospital brochures, and the latest edition of Hospital News.
  • An online physicians’ directory is also available at the hospital’s website.

Carroll County Bureau of Aging and Disabilities

125 Stoner Avenue, Westminster, MD 21157-5451

410-386-3800

https://www.carrollcountymd.gov/aging-and-disabilities

  • Home & Community Based Services Programs Community Options (CO) Waiver
  • The Community Options waiver (CO) serves individuals who are medically, technically, and financially eligible for Medicaid waiver services who have been transitioned or diverted from a nursing facility. The Community Options Waiver offers: Assisted Living, Medical Day Care, Nutritionist/Dietician, Home delivered Meals, Personal Emergency Response Systems, Environmental Assessments, Assistive Technology, Nurse Monitoring, Personal Care, Supports Planning/Case Management, Transition Services (for example, assisting an individual to leave an institutional setting and return to the community) and additional services.

Carroll Health Group

410-751-2595 (College Square)

410-848-2444 (Washington Rd.)

https://www.lifebridgehealth.org/CHGPrimaryCare/CarrollHealthGroupPrimaryCare.aspx

  • Carroll Health Group is Carroll Hospital’s multi-specialty network of physicians, is designed to serve your every health care need. Visit their website to learn more about locations.

Carroll Hospital

200 Memorial Avenue, Westminster, MD 21157

410-848-3000

info@CarrollHospitalCenter.org

carrollhospitalcenter.org

  • Carroll Hospital, a LifeBridge Health center, provides preventative and medical care for people in every stage of life. Whether one needs a physician or
  • specialist, emergency treatment, surgery, specialized care or wellness education, Carroll Hospital is dedicated to being the definitive resource for health care in the community.
  • The hospital’s Care Connect service provides physician referrals and health navigation services; call 410-871-7000.
  • The TTY/TDD number is 410-871-7186.
  • Visit their website for locations and hours
  • With prescription and lab services available on site, ExpressCare clinics, a LifeBridge Health Partner, offer urgent medical treatment for common illnesses and injuries, flu shots, pre-employment and sports physicals, work-related injury services, and much more.

Community Services for Older Adults and People with Disabilities

1-844-627-5465

Health.maryland.gov/mmcp/longtermcare/pages/Community-First-Choice.aspx

  • Community First Choice offers services in personal assistance, nurse monitoring, assistive technology, home delivered meals, and more. Applications are open for Maryland residents who need support with activities of daily living, such as bathing, grooming, dressing, and getting around.

Community First Choice (CFC)

https://health.maryland.gov/mmcp/longtermcare/pages/Community-First- aspx

  • The Affordable Care Act created a program called Community First Choice (CFC), which provides states the option to offer certain community-based services as a state plan benefit to individuals who meet an institutional level of care. Services are provided in the individual’s home or community residence by agency employed providers. CFC offers: Personal Assistance Services, Supports Planning/Case Management, Nurse Monitoring, Home delivered Meals, Assistive Technology, Accessibility Adaptations, Environmental Assessments, Personal Emergency Response Systems (PERS) and additional services.

Chase-Brexton Health Services

(410) 837-2050

chasebrexton.org

  • The Center for LGBTQ Health Equity at Chase Brexton Heath Care focuses on ending disparities for LGBTQ patient populations through health care services, advocacy, and education on the national and international stage. The Center’s services include telehealth services, pediatric and general primary care, dental care, OB/GYN, gender affirming care, therapy, psychiatry, lab services, and more. Multiple locations around Maryland.

Family and Children’s Services

22 North Court Street, Westminster, Maryland 21157 410-876 -1233

fcsmd.org

  • Assists families who are facing separation, domestic violence, child sexual abuse, and other hardships that increase stresses of daily living. Offer domestic violence program child abuse treatment services, general counseling, and medication management.

FindHelp.org

https://www.findhelp.org/

  • Search and connect to support in your area for financial assistance, food pantries, medical care, and other free or reduced-cost help near you.

Hampstead Lions Club

PO Box 121, Hampstead, MD 21074-0121

443-250-5165

hampsteadlionsclub.org

  • Offers the loan of hospital equipment to the community such as wheelchairs, walkers, and crutches. Handles individual requests for help.
  • Directly supports the Maryland Eye Bank, LCI Sight First II program, Wilmer Eye Clinic, White Cane Day, low vision research at Johns Hopkins Hospital, and Leader Dogs for the Blind.

HIV Information

800-448-0440

nih.gov

  • HIVinfo offers access to the latest, federally approved research about HIV/AIDS for healthcare providers, researchers, people affected by HIV/AIDS, and the general public.

Information and Treatment Referral Hotline

800-662-4357

www.samhsa.gov/find-help/national-helpline

  • SAMHSA’s National Helpline is a free, confidential, 24/7, 365-day-a-year treatment referral and information service (in English and Spanish) for individuals and families facing mental and/or substance use disorders.

Lions Club International

Deer Park Lions Club Foundation, Inc. PO Box 596, Finksburg, MD 21048-0596

410-848-8254

e-Clubhouse.org/sites/DeerParkME

  • The club actively seeks out and helps those in the community in need of medical assistance, eye or ear treatment, food, and clothing. The club builds wheelchair ramps for people who need easier access to their homes, and maintains an inventory of hospital equipment including wheelchairs, walkers, canes, and crutches for free loan to anyone in need.

Money Follows the Person (MFP)

https://www.medicaid.gov/medicaid/long-term-services-supports/money-follows-person/index.html

  • Money Follows the Person (MFP) in Maryland will help people transition from an institution, for example a nursing facility, to community living in an apartment, private home, or small group setting. MFP initiatives increase outreach to individuals in institutions and decrease barriers to transition.

Mission of Mercy Taneytown – Trinity Evangelical Lutheran

38 W. Baltimore Street, Taneytown, MD 21787

410-833-5870

amissionofmercy.org

  • Provides free healthcare, free dental care, and free prescription medications to the uninsured and underinsured.
  • New patients must call the appointment number below. If no appointments are available, there may be a limited number of walk-in appointments.
  • Dental patients are seen on a first-come, first-served walk-in basis. Walk-in appointments are not guaranteed and are based on availability.
  • For an appointment call 410.833.5870. You must leave a message with a call back number.

Maryland Physicians Care

1-800-953-8854

https://www.marylandphysicianscare.com/

  • Maryland Physicians Care (MPC) is a locally managed care organization owned by Ascension Saint Agnes, Holy Cross Health, Meritus Health, and UPMC Western Maryland. MPC administers health care services to Maryland’s HealthChoice enrollees.
  • Maryland Physicians Care is a leader in managed health care in Maryland with a strong network of hospitals, doctors, clinics, and pharmacies.

National Alliance of Hispanic Health

1501 Sixteenth St., N.W. Washington, D.C. 20036

202-797-4348

202-797-4353 (Fax)

www.healthyamericas.org

  • The NAHH is the premier science-based and community-driven organization that focuses on the best health for all by providing services to more than 15 million Hispanics throughout the U.S. every year. The National Alliance of Hispanic Health provides services for cancer, COVID-19, depression, diabetes, and recovery after a disaster.

New Windsor Lions Club

PO Box 167, New Windsor, MD 21776-0167 410-596-7912

nwlions@comcast.net

https://e-clubhouse.org/sites/newwindsormd/index.php

  • Active in vision and hearing programs and in other health projects. Provides free convalescent health equipment, aid to needy persons in the community and programs for the elderly.

ProLife Carroll County

4070 Baptist Road, Taneytown, MD 21787-1712

410-756-4886

  • Provides information to needy women, girls and their families regarding loving alternatives to abortion through referrals to pro-life service organizations such as pregnancy care centers and family support organizations which offer pregnancy testing, options counseling and parenting classes, reproductive health and sexual integrity education, materials services that include maternity and baby clothes, emergency diapers, formula, and referrals for adoption, medical, insurance, food, housing and public assistance services.

Planned Parenthood

410-576-1414

https://www.plannedparenthood.org/planned-parenthood-maryland/client-resources

  • Planned Parenthood of Maryland (PPM) is a not-for-profit family planning agency that provides high-quality, affordable reproductive health care for women, men, and teens.
  • If you are an existing Planned Parenthood of Maryland client and you are having an emergency, please call our Medical Emergency Line at (877) 994-6432.

Roaring Run Lions Club

PO BOX 190, Finksburg, MD 21048-0190

410-876-3378

  • Enable vision and hearing screenings on an entry level scale and the e-clubhouse.org/sites/roaringrun/ club provides correcting visual aids for children or adults who are unable to afford them.
  • Additionally, support is provided to the Low Vision Research Foundation and Leader Dogs for the Blind. RRLC has medical equipment (wheelchairs, walkers, hospital beds, etc.) available for loan to members of the community.

Silver Run/Union Mills Lions Club

343 W. Deep Run Road, Westminster, MD 21158-2215

410-848-6855

silverrununionmillslions.com

  • Works to help both the economic underprivileged and victims of disaster. Assists community residents in need, loans hospital equipment, arranges eye tests and glasses, donates grocery certificates, and provides financial support for various community projects and organizations through fundraising campaigns.
  • Proceeds donated to various Lions International Programs involving vision research, health care services, and other area organizations that lend their hands/expertise to community betterment & safety

State Health Insurance Assistance Program (SHIP)

https://www.shiphelp.org/ship-resources

  • Trained health insurance counselors are available on an appointment basis to help seniors, age 60 and older, with questions and problems regarding: Medicare

Taneytown Lions Club

PO Box 555, Taneytown, MD 21787-0555

lionsclub.taneytown@gmail.com

taneytownlionsclub.com

  • Services include vision screening and remedial assistance; hospital equipment loans; support for the Maryland Eye Bank; and Leader Dogs for the Blind.

Westminster Lions Club

PO Box 246, Westminster, MD 21158-0246

410-857-8461

lionsclubofwestminster.org

  • Provides financial and other support for programs such as the Cancer Society, Red Cross, Maryland Eye Bank, Carroll Hospital, Carroll Hospice, Therapeutic Riding, Diabetes Association, and ARC of Carroll County.
  • Offers financial assistance to the needy for eye examinations, glasses, hearing tests, and hearing aids. Collects used eyeglasses for recycling.

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goodrx.com

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  • Find pharmacy coupons, manufacturer discounts, generics, and comparable drug choices and savings tips all in one place.
  • Save up to 80% at local pharmacies you already know. Refill reminders and alerts when prices change.

Help Rx Info

https://www.helprx.info/

  • Prescription discounts are pre-activated, ready-to-use and free. Search their site for discounts and coupons for your prescription drugs.
  • Additionally, they have a pharmacist helpline that is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week that will help guide your pharmacist through the process of getting your prescription discount fulfilled.

Internet Drug Coupons

https://www.internetdrugcoupons.com/

  • Free drug card and coupons.
  • For uninsured and people with high co-pays.

My RX Advocate

1-877-331-0362

myrxadvocate.com

  • Must be a low-income U.S. resident without prescription insurance to qualify. Annual income under $42k. Helps with high costs of prescription medications. Participates in patience assistance program.

NeedyMeds

PO Box 219, Gloucester, MA 01931

1-800-503-6897

info@needymeds.org

NeedyMeds.org

  • NeedyMeds Drug Discount Card—no fees or registration, no financial, age, or residency restrictions. Can’t be used with insurance. Serves uninsured and underinsured.
  • Their discount card can save up to 80% or more off the cost of prescription medicines, over-the-counter drugs, and pet prescription drugs. You can print the card from the website and take it to your pharmacy for the discount. Check website for tips for applying to patient assistance programs, free/low-cost clinics, disease-based assistance, and state programs.
  • Spanish and several other languages available.

Partnership for Prescription Assistance

1-888-477-2669 (Tech support only)

pparx.org

  • Prescription expense assistance, prescription medication services, psychiatric medication services.
  • Must have e-mail address.

Rx Outreach

1-800-769-3880

rxoutreach.com

  • Managed by Express Scripts Specialty Distribution Services, Inc., a licensed mail order pharmacy.
  • The program offers prescription medicines to uninsured individuals and families and those who have limited prescription coverage.
  • Bilingual Spanish services available.

SCBN Prescription Advocacy

1-888-331-1002

scbn.org

  • For U.S. residents—uninsured Americans who cannot afford their prescribed medications. Receive each prescription medication for as little as $25 net cost per month.
  • For those who do not have Medicaid or health care insurance to cover outpatient medications and have income at a level that results in economic hardship when purchasing retail prescription drugs. manufacturer discounts, generics, and comparable drug choices and savings tips all in one place. Save up to 80% at local pharmacies you already know. Refill reminders and alerts when prices change.