Resources for Families

Family League of Baltimore is not a direct service provider, so we do not keep up-to-date records of services that may be available to Baltimore’s families. If you are looking for services for families, ranging from hunger services to healthcare to housing assistance, we encourage you to dial 211 on your telephone. Maryland’s 211 service has operators standing by to help you.

Crisis, Information & Referral Line

Mental Health and Substance Use

Crisis Hotline Flyer

Looking to HEAL?

If your family is in need of services or other resources, please call 211 or visit

Counseling & Support Services Available to Baltimore Families

  • University of Maryland Baltimore (Child/Adolescent Clinic) – 410.328.1111
  • Total Health Care – 410.383.8300
  • Black Mental Health Alliance (help to locate therapists) – 410.338.2642
  • Disaster Distress Helpline (immediate counseling) – 800.985.5990
  • Baltimore Crisis Response – 410.752.2272
  • United Way of Central Maryland – Dial 211


Local Care Team (LCT) Referral

An LCT Review may be initiated by family, a representative of a member organization, or a local agency or community partner to provide assistance with identification of individual needs and potential resources to meet identified needs for a family with an intensive needs child.

The Review process will include interagency discussion and problem solving for the child needs, the family needs and systemic needs.  It can also consist of training and technical assistance to local agency and community partners regarding the process of the LCT.

LCT Request Form


B’more for Healthy Babies Newsletter

Important Baltimore City Infant Sleep News and New Helpline for Clients

In this issue:

  • Referrals and Information for Your Clients
  • Preventing Infant Sleep Deaths
  • Family Planning