The Baltimore County Health Department provides the public with information promoting health and disease prevention with links to healthcare resources, health services, safety, treatment and community events. Animal Services offers information about pet adoptions, lost pets, and spays and neuter services. Environmental Health Services offers information on monitoring food facilities, swimming pools and water quality. General Health Services lists available health services for the general public, specialty groups and our health centers. Click on the link below to access additional information on the website.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention- is the health protection agency for the United States, protecting America from health and safety threats, both foreign and domestic. The site provides information about diseases and conditions, healthy living, environmental health services, travel alerts and notices, and emergency preparedness. Click on the link below to access additional information on the website.
HealthCare Access Maryland-is a non-profit agency that connects residents to public health care coverage and helps them navigate services. They provide health promotion and care coordination for socioeconomically disadvantaged populations, behavioral health treatment connections and outreach for individuals and families with substance use disorders, trauma, mental illness, and homelessness as well as health care for foster children. Click on the link below to access additional information on the website.
Maryland Insurance Administration- Protects Maryland consumers by regulating the state’s insurance companies and investigates complaints consumers may have about their life, health, automobile or home owner’s insurance coverage from companies operating in Maryland. The MD Insurance Administration also ensures compliance with Maryland’s insurance laws and investigate acts of insurance fraud. Click on the link below to access additional information on the website.
Maryland Department of Health- Promotes the health and safety of all Marylanders through disease prevention, access to care, quality management, and community engagement. The Public Health Services Division oversees infectious disease and environmental health concerns, family health services and emergency preparedness and response activities. The Behavioral Health Division promotes recovery, health, and wellness for individuals who have emotional, substance use, addictive and/or psychiatric disorders. The Developmental Disabilities Administration coordinates services for individuals with developmental and intellectual disabilities. The Health Care Financing Division implements the Medicaid program, and assists with help in the cost of prescription medications. Click on the link below to access additional information on the website.
Maryland Department of Aging- Provides resources and advocates to ensure the rights of older adults and their families and to prevent their abuse, neglect, and exploitation. They offer help with finances and coordinate services for older adults and individuals with disabilities needing services that support them in their home or community. Resources are available for public records requests, assistance with long term care and opportunities for older adults and their families to lead active and healthy lives. Click on the link below to access additional information on the website.
Medicare- Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) provides health insurance for patients 65 or older, or for those under 65 with a disability and includes coverage for physician and health services, outpatient care, durable medical equipment, home health care, and some preventive services. Click on the link below to find forms, get help with resources to sign up for Medicare, change plans or obtain prescription coverage as well as information about cost, coverage, claims and appeals. Click on the link below to access additional information on the website.
211 Maryland Health and Human Services Resources- is a quick and easy way to find information and get referrals for thousands of programs and services across Maryland. Specialists are trained to assist with challenges including housing, utility shutoffs, family crisis, financial, legal, and employment. It is available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year in over 180 languages and is accessible for the deaf and hard of hearing through Maryland Relay (dial 7-1-1). Click on the link below to access additional information on the website.
Measles Triage Flyer- is a list of symptoms you should share with your physician along with possible exposure to measles. Click on the link below for a printable PDF.