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About the program:

Case Management staff advocate for the community of Worcester County in order to provide a continuum of quality services and supports. Case Management Staff empower consumers to access resources and services autonomously while having their needs, preferences, and desires met.

It is the mission of the Case Management Unit to Empower Individuals through: ACTION:

Coordination of resources
Innovative Services

To achieve and maintain their highest quality of life.alt

Clinical components of our Case Management Program are accredited by The Joint Commission.

Programs and Services


Snow Hill Main Office
6040 Public Landing Road
Snow Hill, Maryland 21863
Phone : (410) 632-1100

Berlin Health Center
9730 Healthway Drive
Berlin, Maryland 21811
Phone: (410) 629-0164

Last Updated on Thursday, 09 July 2015 11:59


Maryland urges residents to avoid use of synthetic marijuana, other illcit drugs. Lab-manufactured products often debilitate or kill, are sold as harmless household items.
Baltimore, MD (November 24, 2015) – The State of Maryland is urging residents to not use manufactured products known as synthetic cannabinoids – often called synthetic marijuana or the street names “Spice” and “K2” – or other illicit drugs. The substances have factored into a number of often-tragic incidents across the state.
Commission shares recommendation for Wash. Adventist Hospital relocation. The panel will consider proposal for $336 million project at its Dec. 17 meeting.
Baltimore, MD (November 19, 2015) – The Maryland Health Care Commission released a Recommended Decision in the matter of the proposed relocation of Washington Adventist Hospital (WAH),  a hospital owned and operated by Gaithersburg-based Adventist HealthCare (AHC).  WAH is currently located in Takoma Park (Montgomery County). The proposed site is in the White Oak area of Silver Spring at 12100 Plum Orchard Drive. The site is adjacent to US RT 29 and the ICC MD 200 and is part of the White Oak Science Gateway Master Plan.
State observes “Get Smart about Antibiotics” Week Nov. 16 through 22. Antibiotic resistance is worsened through misuse, overuse of prescriptions.
Baltimore, MD (November 16, 2015) – This week, the Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene joins the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, as well as many national and international partners, to observe the eighth annual “Get Smart About Antibiotics Week,” a weeklong initiative to raise awareness of antibiotic resistance and the importance of appropriate antibiotic prescribing and use.
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