MHA can help. Dr. Lynn Feldman has openings available for children and adults. MHA accepts Medicaid, Medicare and while private, commercial insurance is not accepted, clients can be seen on sliding scale (based on household income and size). Current participation in therapy is not required but may be recommended.
The Mental Health Association of Frederick County’s (MHA) Board of Directors announces the appointment of new board member, Tricia Griffis.
Dr. Lynn Feldman, of the Mental Health Association of Frederick County, has a specialty in child and adolescent psychiatry, as well as in substance abuse and addiction.
The Mental Health Association of Frederick County’s (MHA) Board of Directors recently appointed six new board members: Cindy Ash, Ann Hammond, Dr. Ashley Russell, Lonnie Ropp, Daniel Severn and Timothy Wolfe, Ph.D.
United Way of Frederick County to Distribute $180,000 Annually in Long-Term Grants to Local Organizations
Through the Community Impact Partner Grant Program, United Way of Frederick County announces $180,000 annually in grants to local organizations for three years.
Now in it's 29th year, the Child Care Choices Children's Fest is bigger than ever
We sat down with CTR's Justin Holler and Joe Maglulio to learn more about the connection between mental health, toxicology and the opioid epidemic.