Behavioral Health: Re-entry
The Carroll County Health Department Bureau of Prevention, Wellness, and Recovery (BPWR) is committed to working alongside the Carroll County Detention Center (CCDC) to provide individuals with case management services to improve their success at independent living, therefore reducing recidivism to homelessness, detention centers, emergency departments, and/or psychiatric hospitals.
These case management services will be provided for a minimum of 90 days and include an assessment of the client to determine areas of need, to aid in linking the client to community supports and providers, and access to a Peer Recovery Support Specialist.
How can I receive services?
Clients are referred to the Re-entry program by CCDC, Office of the Public Defender, State’s Attorney Office, Diversion and Referral Workgroup, and Parole and Probation. Clients can include any non-violent offenders who have any mental health disorders and/or substance use who are 18 years of age or older.
Referrals can be made with the Universal Referral Form or by contacting Veronica Dietz, LCSW-C at 410-871-1478