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Helpful pamphlets for Educators and Families: Please distribute as you wish

Where Families Can Go For Assistance in the Frostburg, MD and surrounding area:

Family Support Services

Beall Elementary School: 3 College Avenue
Frostburg, MD 21532
Phone: 301-689-2407
regena.fairall@acps.k12.md.us or janie.bucy@acps.k12.md.us
Helping families of children with disabilities. Support groups, workshops, & family activities


Chestnut Ridge Counseling Services

Suite 116, 100 New Salem Road
Uniontown, PA 15401
Phone: 724-437-0729
Fax: 724-439-4974
Chestnut Ridge Counseling Services provides behavioral health services in professional and compassionate manner to children, adults, and families.

Sacred Heart Hospital (Psychiatric Unit)

900 Seton Dr.
Cumberland, MD. 21502-1850

Scottish Rite Childhood Language Disorders Clinic

12500 Willowbrook Road (Second Flood, Rear Entrance)
Cumberland, MD. 21502
Scottish Rite provides evaluation and treatment of speech and language disorders, as well as other learning disorders

Spencer Professional Counseling Services

212 College Park Plz,
Johnstown, PA. 15904

Thomas B. Finan Center

10102 Country Club Rd. SE
Cumberland, MD. 21502-1722
(301) 777-2240
Inpatient psychiatric clinic providing psychiatric, psychological, nursing, social work, occupational and physical therapy services

Allegany County Outpatient Mental Health Clinic

12500 Willowbrook Rd.
Cumberland, MD. 21502-1745
Plans, manages, monitors, and provide information about public mental health services

Potomac Highlands Mental Health Guild Mineral County Office

Multi-Service Mental Health Organization
P.O. Box 15A
Keyser, WV 26726
Drug and alcohol rehabilitation center focusing on mental health and substance abuse treatment

Want to find something in your area?  Conduct a search at: http://www.yellowpagesforkids.com/help/md.htm



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