More Information and Resources

University of Maryland, Baltimore Resources:

  • Campus Police Line: 711 (available 24/7)
  • Educational Support and Disability Services: Assists students with disabilities in obtaining reasonable accommodations.
  • Student Counseling Center: Provides individual counseling, support groups, medication management, and workshops.
  • UMMS Psych Urgent Care Line: Call 410-328-1219 to reach the University of Maryland Medical Center’s Psychiatric Urgent Care unit that provides services 24/7.
  • Student Health Center: Open to all UMB students for health needs.
  • Student Organizations: Opportunities for students to participate in campus-wide and school-based organizations ranging from community outreach, professional development, and social interaction.
  • URecFit: On-campus recreation resources that provide comprehensive programs to support student engagement, lifelong learning opportunities, and positive lifestyle changes.
  • Wellness Hub: Offers preventive health services, wellness education, and helps eliminate barriers to becoming a successful student at UMB.

Community Resources:

  • Baltimore City Crisis and Referral Information Line: Call 410-433-5175 for 24/7 help and information, including crisis intervention, substance use and mental health treatment, and overdose prevention resources.
  • Crisis Text Line: Text “NAMI” to 741-741 for free, confidential support from a trained crisis counselor by text.
  • Grad Help Line: 1-800-472-3457 helps college students reach confidential, free telephone counseling, crisis intervention, suicide prevention, information, and referral services.
  • Go Ask Alice: The health question-and-answer resource produced by Alice! Health Promotion at Columbia University, a division of Columbia Health.
  • NAMI Metropolitan Baltimore: Provides free, peer-led education, support, and advocacy programs throughout Baltimore City.
  • National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: Call 1-800-273-8255 for free and confidential emotional support available 24/7.
  • NIH: Science-Based Health and Wellness Resources: A hub of information on a wide range of health and wellness topics including nutrition, healthy recipes, how to quit smoking, moderate drinking, heart health, signs of a stroke, talking with your doctor, and much more.