Young Adult Connection Support Group

Open to any adult (18-39) who lives with a mental health condition.

Second and fourth Wednesdays, 6 – 7:30 p.m. Register here

National Alliance on Mental IllnessFamily Support Group

Open to any family member whose loved one lives with a mental health condition.

Thursdays, 7 – 8:30 p.m. Register here

Connection Support Group

Open to any adult (18+) with a mental health condition.

Individual and Family Counseling


Springboard Community Services

Springboard Community Services (formerly Family & Children Services) is partnering with Hampden Family Center to provide individual and family counseling services for community residents. In-person and Telehealth appointments are now available; please contact the Center for a referral. Medicaid is accepted.

Maryland Legal Aid Community Lawyering Initiative

Maryland Legal Aid

The Hampden Family Center has partnered with Maryland Legal Aid’s Community Lawyering Initiative to connect you to free civil legal services! Are you not sure how to deal with a landlord issue? Do you have questions about unemployment benefits? Contact the Center to complete a quick screening and for a direct referral to an attorney.

Maryland Legal Aid attorneys are here to provide one-on-one advice by phone and e-mail on a variety of civil legal issues including:

  • Bankruptcy
  • Child Custody & Support
  • Debt Collection
  • Expungements
  • Government Benefits
  • Housing
  • Landlord/Tenant
  • Veterans’ Benefits
  • Unemployment Benefits

Email or call 443-451-2805 — or contact the Center for a direct referral!

Seedco EarnBenefits Program

Seedco EarnBenefits program is designed to help residents receive benefits that can free up their money to handle other bills and costs. Through a quick screening, the Case Manager can determine one’s eligibility and provide assistance in the application process. Food Stamps, Medicaid, and Child Care Subsidies are a few of the benefits for which one is screened.

Support Groups that meet at the Center

  • Alcoholics Anonymous meets Monday at 7 p.m. in person
  • Al-Anon meets Monday at 7 -8p.m. in person
  • Narcotics Anonymous meets Thursday at 8 p.m. at St. Thomas Aquinas (1008 W. 37th Street)

Internet and Technology Addicts Anonymous

ITAA is a 12-step fellowship of individuals who support each other in recovering from the problems resulting from compulsive internet and technology use. The group’s single purpose is to abstain from compulsive internet and technology use and to help others find freedom from the effects of this addiction.

Meetings on Mondays at 5:30 p.m. in the Hampden Family Center. Please contact if you are interested.

Robert & Elizabeth's Journey

Hear Robert and Elizabeth's story
Hear Robert and Elizabeth's story about how the Family Center made a difference in their lives

Peer-to-Peer and Family-to-Family Support

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