Last modified on March 31st, 2023 at 04:49 pm
Whole Person Behavioral Health Services
Take care of your mental health and those around you!
Join us on February 20th at 1 PM for a FREE Mental Health First Aid Information Session presented by Tomeka Magagula, MEd, LCPC, LPC. Learn about common signs and symptoms of mental health and substance use challenges, how to interact with someone in crisis, and connect them with the help they need. Plus, get expanded content on trauma, substance use, and self-care.
Location: 7505 Greenbelt Road, Basement Conference Room, Greenbelt, MD 20770.
For more information call the VOA Hope Center at 1-833-HOPE VOA (467-3862) or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The VOA Hope Center (MD) provides a comprehensive collection of services needed to create access, stabilize people in crisis, and provide the necessary treatment for those with the most serious, complex behavioral health illnesses and substance use disorders. The VOA Hope Center – MD integrates additional services to ensure an approach to health care that emphasizes recovery, wellness, trauma-informed care and physical-behavioral health integration.
Services are available to any individual in need of care, including, but not limited to people with the following:
- Serious mental illness
- Serious emotional disturbance
- Long-term chronic addiction
- Mild or moderate mental illness
- Substance use disorders
- Complex health profiles
VOA Hope Center (MD) provides care regardless of ability to pay, caring for men, women and children who are underserved; have low incomes; are insured, uninsured or on Medicaid; and those who are active duty military or veterans.
At the VOA Hope Center, our goal is always to serve everyone and anyone in need regardless of their health status, insurance coverage or ability to pay for services. While the majority of those we serve qualify for and hold Medicaid insurance, there are those without insurance who also come to us for help. There are many reasons why someone may lack insurance coverage. For Hispanic/Latinos, immigration and citizenship status can often create barriers and delays in securing coverage. Some even have to wait months before they are able to get help for a severe illness.
You can make sure no one needs to wait for care.
7505 Greenway Center Drive Greenbelt, MD 20770
1825 Woodlawn Drive Suite 202 Baltimore, MD 21207
- Psychiatric evaluations
- Psychosocial assessments
- Medication management
- Individual/family/group therapy for children and adults
- Assertive Community Treatment
- Peer Support Services
- Primary Healthcare
Hours of Operation
Monday/Wednesday/Friday: 9AM – 6PM
Tuesday/Thursday: 9AM – 9PM (After 5PM by appointment)
Saturday 9AM – 1PM (By appointment only)
For general inquiries, please contact us at: 1-833-HOPE VOA (467-3862) or email@example.com
If you are in need of services, please contact us at: 1-833-HOPE VOA (467-3862) or firstname.lastname@example.org