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    Data and News

     Data, Publications & Presentations

    ​Find all MDH press releases in the MDH newsroom. Find press releases from the Opioid Operational Command Center on the Before It’s Too Late website​.​​

      
      
    Maryland Department of Health partners with Baltimore Ravens player to promote 988 crisis line12/19/2022
    MDH launches program to reduce suicides among Maryland service members, veterans12/1/2022
    Governor Hogan Announces $10 Million in Grant Awards to Combat Opioid Epidemic, Expand Access to Treatment and Community-Based Recovery Programs7/26/2022
    Maryland Department of Health launches 988, the new National Suicide & Crisis Lifeline​7/18/2022
    Maryland Department of Health develops mental health resources for youth, others coping with violence​7/6/2022
    ​Maryland Department of Health recognizes Maternal Mental Health Awareness Month in May5/11/2022
    Maryland Department of Health announces Mental Health First Aid Training for historically Black colleges and universities​​5/10/2022
    Maryland Department of Health and Opioid Operational Command Center thank Marylanders for participating in National Drug Take Back Day5/4/2022
    Opioid Operational Command Center Announces $5 Million Grant Opportunity to Support Initiatives Addressing the Opioid Crisis, Holds 2022 Best Practices Conference5/3/2022
    Maryland Department of Health and 211 Maryland announce enhanced search options for mental health, substance use services4/7/2022
    Maryland Department of Health expands child and adolescent behavioral health crisis services, peer recovery services3/18/2022
    Maryland Department of Health announces nearly $8 million in emergency funding to support residential treatment centers2/22/2022
    Lt. Governor Rutherford Highlights Legislation to Expand Access to Mental and Behavioral Health Resources, New Initiatives to Combat Opioid Epidemic in Maryland2/10/2022
    Maryland Department of Health launches Youth Suicide Prevention Toolkit and MD Young Minds program12/14/2021
    Lt. Governor Announces Groundbreaking Partnership to Identify Illicit Drugs, Counter Recent Increase in Overdose Deaths9/27/2021
    Maryland Department of Health launches Suicide Prevention Toolkit9/10/2021
    Maryland Department of Health launches behavioral health telehealth equipment pilot program8/26/2021
    Maryland Department of Health awards $48 million in mental health and substance use grant funds8/12/2021
    Lt. Governor announces $5.5 million in competitive grants as part of Maryland Stop Overdose Strategy7/31/2021
    Lt. Governor announces launch of statewide Maryland Stop Overdose Strategy6/24/2021
    Maryland Department of Health deputy secretaries for behavioral and public health named Health Care Power Players for 20214/30/2021
    Maryland Department of Health to award $55 million in mental health and substance use grant funding​1/11/2021