The basics –
Designed for individuals
- from a substance use disorder residential treatment program or
- engaged within the public behavioral health system, incarceration or homelessness
Why? To transition to community-based care.
The goal: Aims to expand access to a comprehensive array of community behavioral health services and faith-based resources.
Our purpose: To improve recovery outcomes for individuals in the early stages of recovery –
- Those who are at high risk for relapse with recovery from a substance use disorder or
- A co-occurring mental health and substance use disorder.
Individuals qualify for State Care Coordination in the following ways:
- There is a substance use disorder or co-occurring mental health and substance use disorder diagnosis
- The person is transitioning from a substance use residential or inpatient facility
- The person has been released from incarceration
- The person is homeless
- The person is engaged with an outpatient treatment provider in Washington County
How to participate –
Providers may access the State Care Coordination referral form (link below), complete it, then fax to 240-313-3239 or scan/email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Individuals seeking services may call 240-313-3310.
Is there a cost? The program is free to individuals who meet eligibility requirements.
Important links to forms: