Baltimore County Family Navigator
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About Us

The Mission of Baltimore County Family Navigator Services

Baltimore County Family Navigator Services offers support and guidance while helping families identify their strengths and challenges, find resources, and develop a plan of action. This free service is available to Baltimore County families who have a child with intensive needs related to mental/behavioral health or a developmental disability.
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Our Funding Source

Baltimore County Family Navigator is a free service, funded by The Governor’s Office for Children through the Baltimore County Local Management Board and Catholic Charities Child and Family Services.

One Parent's Story


As my son comes into the home stretch as a senior, I am overcome with pride as this chapter of our lives comes to an end and a new one begins. He has become the young man we all knew was buried inside him somewhere. His past school experience had been nothing but negative. He had no friends, his grades were poor, and he had no motivation...
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Labels: Do we love them or hate them


In our home we have ADHD, anxiety, depression, Bipolar Disorder, Attachment Disorder, and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. Obviously this is NOT how we introduce ourselves! Read more...
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News & Events

Support Groups: Families Network and Share


Families come together to share their stories in a non-judgmental, non-blaming atmosphere. Families gain support from each other and have the opportunity to learn new skills and identify community resources. Presentations are designed to help families gain a new perspective about the challenges they face raising a child who has mental health and/or behavioral issues and/or has suffered trauma in his or her life. These Support Groups are sponsored by Catholic Charities Child and Family Services.
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Kinship Care Program


The challenges of raising grandchildren and other related children can severely stretch the resources a family has available to them. As a kinship care provider, you may be eligible for certain resources to help you raise the child you are caring for.
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Family Resource Academy


The Family Resource Academy may be just what you need for support, strength, and understanding that can enhance your ability to parent a child with intensive behavioral health needs. In partnership with professional child development specialists and veteran family members, the Family Resource Academy has designed a series of workshops just for you, and they are FREE to all Baltimore County residents and anyone receiving services through Catholic Charities. Childcare will be provided on site. Transportation will be available on a limited basis for Baltimore County families who need this support to attend.
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Helping Services


Looking for Support?

Call a Family Navigator at 410.252.4700 ext. 265 or email FamilyNavigator@cc-md.org. If you are concerned about a child experiencing behavioral, emotional, or developmental challenges, or if you are just overwhelmed, a Family Navigator can help by offering support and compassion and connecting you with existing community based services.


Looking for information?

Browse through our Resource Navigation pages to find useful information about Mental/Behavioral Health, Developmental Disabilities, Learning Disabilities, Educational Advocacy, Physical Health and Insurance, Substance Abuse and more.
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If you are not sure what you need, call a Family Navigator at 410.252.4700 ext. 265 or email FamilyNavigator@cc-md.org.


Request an appointment

A Family Navigator is the parent or caregiver of a child with special needs, who has learned from the challenges of being a caregiver, and is knowledgeable about Baltimore County support services and delivery systems. A Family Navigator can work with you over the phone or meet with you at a time and location that is convenient for you to help you identify your strengths and challenges and develop a plan of action.

Call a Family Navigator at 410.252.4700 ext. 265 or email FamilyNavigator@cc-md.org.

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