Community Resources:
Get Help from Other Local Agencies and Free Programs

Get Help Free Programs in Harford County Maryland

Need assistance outside of SUCCESS Project services?

There are lots of helping hands in our community!

Here are some of the great programs open to you right now.

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Free and Low-Cost Healthcare Programs

  • Check out for a list of resources and tools to improve mental health.
  • Get affordable dental care at West Cecil Health. Visit for more info.
  • Need support achieving your best health? Contact the Healthy Harford/Healthy Cecil WATCH program. This team of community healthcare providers and social workers visit residents in their homes to help solve issues that might be keeping them from achieving their best health such as, transportation issues, difficulty taking medications correctly, safe housing, nutritious food, assistance with medical appointments and more, Services provided FREE of charge. More info at 1-800-515-0044.
  • FREE Medical Transportation available throught the Harford County Health Dept.  Learn more here.
  • The Harford County Health Department Care Coordination Plus links Harford County residents to health care, health insurance, language assistance, food access, appropriate housing, domestic violence, etc.
  • The Harford Crisis Center is a new behavioral health crisis center for adults that will provide 24 hour, 7 day a week crisis care for mental health and addiction issues. Services include: Mobile Crisis if a person is showing suicidal or homicidal tendencies; behavioral health outpatient services; walk-in mental health; assessment and referrals for youth and children; detox services; medication checks and residential beds for adults.
  • Visit Healthy Harford for more free or low cost Health and Safety Events.

Get Help Quitting Smoking

Food Distribution Sites in Harford County


Drug and Alcohol Addiction Treatment Services

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