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Early Childhood Mental Health Screening

Behavioral consultation, mental health referral, and treatment services to children and families.

Our Purpose

This program provides behavioral consultation, mental health referral, and treatment services to children and families participating in Head Start and Early Head Start in Baltimore City, Harford, or Carroll County.

Who We Serve

The program serves children and families interested in a behavioral consultation, mental health referral, or treatment services. Enrollment in participating Head Start or Early Head Start Program is required.
Several of the Villa Maria Behavioral Health Services sites provide assessment and therapeutic services to children ages 0-5 and their families. Children are referred by local day care centers due to behavior problems.

The sites which offer this program and the contact phone numbers are:

Anne Arundel County: 667-600-2471/667-600-2494
Baltimore City – Fallstaff: 667-600-3202/667-600-3210
Carroll County: 410-848-2037/667-600-2850
Frederick County: 667-600-3310
Harford County: 667-600-3215/667-600-3220
Washington County: 667-600-2140
Allegany and Garrett Counties – Mountain Maryland: 301-777-8685


  • Behavioral Consultation
  • Mental Health Referral
  • Treatment Services For Children And Families


For general inquiries, please call or send a message.

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