Special Resources for Parents

AACo Systems of Care logoThe Anne Arundel County Systems of Care is a multi-tiered approach to providing individualized information and support to connect children, youth and their families to appropriate resources in the community.

The first tier is infoAnneArundel, a community website comprised of local resources, which is a collaborative effort of public and private agencies to provide detailed information about health, education and human service resources throughout Anne Arundel County, MD. It is our goal to link individuals and families with services that can help.

The second tier is the Information and Referral Phone Line. A staffed phone line provides personal assistance to individuals seeking local resources.

The third tier of the Systems of Care is CRICT: Community Resource Initiative Care Team. CRICT is a forum staffed by representatives from local family-serving agencies who work with families with multiple needs to develop an Individual Family Action Plan and to help them connect to community-based resources and services.

All services provided by the Anne Arundel County Systems of Care are free, confidential, and available to all Anne Arundel County residents.

Three Ways to Find Help: SEARCH, CALL or CONNECT

InfoAnneArundel flyer

for more on the Anne Arundel County Systems of Care, visit www.infoannearundel.org

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Off to College with Mental Illness: How to Prepare

Offers strategies for helping students with mental illnesses transition to and thrive in college and beyond. 

Article by freelance journalist Donna Jackel for the Chicago Tribune Newspaper, from February 12, 2015.

Off to College with Mental Illness: How to Prepare (pdf format)

See the original article online – click HERE

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Managing Food Allergies at College – A Student’s Guide

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For More Information Visit the NIAAA website.

NIAAA Parent Information Sheet in pdf format

 
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