Mental Health Management Agency
Suite 8, Floor 2F
Frederick, MD 21701
To strive to provide for the mental wellness of the citizens of Frederick County eligible for Public Mental Health Services promoting a well-coordinated, comprehensive, and fiscally accountable mental health system.
WHAT WE DO
Responsible for planning, evaluating, developing and managing the public funded mental health system of the county. Provide advocacy, education, support, promote mental health services, and act in an advisory capacity to local providers.
HISTORY OF MHMA
The Mental Health Management Agency of Frederick County Inc. (MHMA) began operations in May, 1996 as a Core Service Agency, pursuant to Health General, Article 10, Subtitle Core Service Agencies.
WHAT IS A CORE SERVICE AGENCY?
The Core Service Agencies plan, develop, and manage a full range of treatment and
rehabilitation services for persons with serious mental illness in their jurisdictions. The Core Service Agencies collaborate with other human service agencies to promote comprehensive services for individuals with mental illness who have multiple human needs. The Core Service Agencies promote the development of accessible, high quality, community based, comprehensive mental health services throughout Maryland. CSAs promote wellness by improving behavioral health in Maryland through collaborative partnerships.
For further information, visit www.MarylandBehavioralHealth.org.