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Mental Health Association Hotline

The Montgomery County Hotline is a program of the Mental Health Association, and is designed for callers who may be distressed; depressed, anxious, experiencing loneliness or for those who may need to talk. Workers on the hotline are also able to deal with other mental health issues including suicide.

Four lines are answered: the general hotline, a youth crisis hotline and local calls to the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline/1-800-SUICIDE (1.800.784.2433). Each call is free and confidential.

The hotline numbers for callers: General and Supportive Listening: 301.738.2255 (operates 24/7); Youth hotline: 301.738.9697; Military Hotline: 301.738.7176. For any of the previous mentioned issues that are more urgent, please contact the Montgomery County Crisis Center at 240.777.4000.

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To speak with a Customer Service Representative, please call 311 during business hours.