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 Program Structure

The Worcester County Health Department is committed to recovery and improving the mental health of the community.  The Mental Health Program provides a wide variety of services, specializing in mental health and addiction issues.

Our Mental Health Program is fully accredited by The Joint Commission.alt 


Suicide Prevention Program:

*Are you or someone you know having suicidal thoughts? Find out more by clicking here.

*Suvivors of Suicide Suport Group:
click here.

 Adult Services

Child and Adolescent Services

Families are the most important part of a child's life, therefore parents are asked to be the leaders of their child's services.


For a list of local physicians who accept medical assistance, please click here. The list is updated quarterly. 


Snow Hill Main Office
6040 Public Landing Road
Snow Hill, Maryland 21863
Phone : 410-632-1100

Berlin Health Center
9730 Healthway Drive
Berlin, Maryland 21811

Phone: 410-629-0164

Pocomoke Health Center
400-A Walnut Street
Pocomoke, MD
Phone: 410-957-2005

Last Updated on Tuesday, 27 August 2013 14:02


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