Villa Maria Community Resources Behavioral Health Clinics

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Villa Maria Community Resources Behavioral Health Clinics

Villa Maria Behavior Health Clinics provide behavioral health services to children, adults and families across Maryland. These services include individual counseling, family counseling, psychiatric evaluation, social and coping skill development, and medication management. We work with youth, individuals and families seeking to improve their mental health in order to achieve their full potential in life.

By providing numerous clinic locations, Villa Maria Community Resources is available to clients and families where they live. Being located in the community we serve also helps us to be conscious of unique needs or concerns in these communities and allows us to work collaboratively with our local partners.

Contact us at 667-600-3000. 

We serve everyone who is eligible for our programs, regardless of race, faith, creed or ethnicity. Our common goal is a devotion to compassionate and professional care for our clients.

We serve clients with Medicaid, including the Maryland Children’s Health Program (MCHP). Our hours of operation are Mondays through Fridays 8:30 a.m. – 5:30 p.m. with evening hours available by appointment at 667-600-2419 or Eileen Kavlich at 667-660-2409.

All of the sites listed have social and coping skill development groups for youth and some have these groups for adults as well! We call this program Skills for Success. Once a child or teen is involved in therapy, it is often possible and recommended to access these services if the individual needs more services to accomplish his or her goals.

Some of the skills taught and practiced in these small groups designed to be fun and engaging are:

  • Cooperation
  • Healthy and helpful ways to express thoughts and feelings
  • Skills used to manage and regulate behavior
  • Problem solving skills
  • Organization of work and belongings
  • Getting along with peers; making and keeping friends
  • Skills to support the development of confidence and self-worth

Many sites also have Skills for Success groups for adults ranging from 19 and up, as well as those targeted at youth. These groups help individuals to:

  • Manage their moods
  • Practice daily coping and living skills
  • Prepare for and access employment
  • Self-express in safe and healthy ways
  • Get along with others
  • Problem solve

View our latest Skills for Success Brochure for Youth.

View our latest Skills for Success Brochure for Adults.

For more information about Skills for Success, please contact the clinic site in your area listed above or LEARN MORE>>.

Locations

Contact us at 667-600-3000. To learn more about the individual services offered at a clinic in your area, please call the number listed below.

667-600-2494
1111 Benfield Blvd #104
Millersville, MD 21108

Villa Maria Community Resources has clinics in the following communities in Baltimore City:

Fallstaff:
667-600-3210
6999 Reisterstown Rd.
Baltimore, MD 21215

Remington:
667-600-2400
2601 N. Howard Street
Baltimore, MD 21218

Cherry Hill:
410-354-5101
606 Cherry Hill Road, Suite 201
Baltimore, MD 21225

Lansdowne:
667-600-3984
2700 Washington Avenue
Halethorpe, MD 21227

Dundalk:
410-282-9430
St. Rita’s Parish Center
2901 Dunleer Rd.
Dundalk, MD 21222

Towson:
667 600-2331
1220 East Joppa Road
Towson, MD 21286

667-600-2850
1129 Business Parkway
Suite A
Westminster, MD 21157

667-600-3310
300 W. 9th St.
Frederick, MD 21701

667-600-3220
William Paca Business Center
1301 Continental Drive
Suite 101
Abingdon, MD 21009

667-600-2110
308 Virginia Ave.
Cumberland, MD 21502

667-600-2140
322 E Antietam St, Unit 307A
Hagerstown, MD 21740
Emergency Contact: on call Administrator

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