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    Behavioral Health Hospital Coordination Dashboard

    ​​The ​Behavioral Health Administration’s (BHA) Behavioral Health Hospital Coordination Program aims to improve the process and urgency of connecting patients with behavioral health resources across the state. The program focuses on efforts to address delayed access to care that results in Emergency Department boarding and hospital overstays. 

    Resource Dashboards for Providers
    • The inpatient psychiatric bed board helps discharge planners locate available beds in real-time, without multiple phone calls or unnecessary delays. 
    • The crisis bed dashboard shows the availability and location of short-term community-based stabilization services.
    • Behavioral health urgent care resources offer walk-in and same-day appointments. ​
    ​Resources for Emergency Department Staff

    General Resources
    • The 2-1-1 Maryland database has information on thousands of health and human services across Maryland and is available for all Marylanders. 
      • Substance use resources available in this database include: community-based residential facilities, withdrawal management programs, medication management for opioid use disorder, crisis walk-in centers, recovery residences, helplines, telemedicine providers, support groups, and services for family members.
      • Mental health resources in this database include: crisis intervention services, hospital inpatient facilities, outpatient resources, self-help support groups, helplines, partial hospitalization programs, day treatment programs, case management services, psychiatric rehabilitation programs, mobile assisted treatment services, and assertive community treatment providers.