Montgomery County Hotline 301.738.CALL (2255)

Services

Adult

When most people hear the words mental health – what they think of is mental illness – but that is only part of the story. Mental health is our ability to realize our capabilities. Mental health is the foundation of healthy families, workplaces and communities. EveryMind is committed to strengthening our communities by providing programs and services that comfort, empower, help, and heal. We are helping to remove the barriers that keep people from achieving optimal mental health and wholeness. Because every mind needs support, attention, and care.

Referral Form – English                  Referido – Español

Case Management

Case management services include advocacy, education, and connection to resources so clients can remain stably housed and maintain self-sufficiency.

  • Clients must be age 18 and older, formerly homeless individuals, living in permanent supportive housing through a housing program with the Housing Opportunities Commission (HOC)
  • Clients must be referred by HOC

Contact Betsy Bowman
bbowman@Every-Mind.org
301.424.0656 x506

Homeless Outreach Services

Case management services for street homeless adults in Montgomery County. Services include outreach, engagement, needs and housing assessments, entitlements and beneficiary referrals, advocacy, education, and connection to resources with a goal of connecting clients to shelter or permanent housing options.

  • Clients must be age 18 and older, without an accompanied minor, actively living on the streets, unsheltered, and not connected to other Homeless Continuum of Care providers
  • Clients can self-refer, be referred by the community, or by other county providers
  • Clients can also be engaged on the street during regular outreach by case managers
  • For immediate shelter options, please contact the Montgomery County Crisis Center at 240.777.4000

We welcome input, tips and referrals from community members regarding vulnerable, possibly unsheltered individuals who may benefit from our services and support.  For information about donations needed, please CLICK HERE.

*EveryMind is not a housing provider, but our staff will connect actively engaged clients to appropriate housing resources.

Referral Form – Homeless Outreach

Contact Betsy Bowman
bbowman@Every-Mind.org
301.424.0656 x506

Counseling

Individual and family counseling is provided in a community based setting – to increase self-esteem, improve relationships with family and friends, and develop positive coping skills.

  • Services are provided by EveryMind’s licensed, bilingual clinicians
  • Clients are low-income, uninsured, and newly-arrived Spanish and French-speaking immigrants living in Montgomery County, many who have experienced trauma
  • In addition, services are available for individuals with Medicaid – to increase access to high quality mental health services for low-income adults

Contact Jennifer Grinnell
jgrinnell@Every-Mind.org
301.424.0656 x520

Friendly Visitor

Friendly Visitor provides friendship and emotional support to older adults who are homebound, isolated, and lonely – to reduce feelings of loneliness and isolation, help individuals remain in the community, and maintain a safe home environment.

  • Clients are matched with trained volunteers who share similar interests and visits for one hour per week to form friendships
  • Clients must be age 60 and older, live in Montgomery County, and be able to engage in conversation and remember their volunteer from week to week
  • Interested volunteers, click here

Contact Amy Fier
afier@Every-Mind.org
301.424.0656 x511

Representative Payee

Representative Payee provides money management services to individuals with a disability or mental illness who are unable to manage their own finances – to ensure clients have enough funding for food, clothing, shelter, medication, and other needs.

  • Clients are matched with trained volunteers who manage the bank account, pay bills, and provide spending money
  • Clients must be age 18 or older, live in Montgomery County, have a disability or mental illness, and receive a federal benefit such as Social Security
  • Interested volunteers, click here.

Contact Amy Fier
afier@Every-Mind.org
301.424.0656 x511

“Caring for the mind is as important and crucial as caring for the body. In fact, one cannot be healthy without the other.”

– Sid Garza-Hillman