Mental Health Services

Corsica River Mental Health Services, Inc., provides outpatient mental health therapy services for adults, children and families.

Services include:

  • Individual, Family & Group Therapy
  • School & Agency Based Therapy
  • Marriage and Couples Counseling
  • Grief Counseling
  • Psychiatry
  • Telepsychiatry
  • Medication Management
  • Health Education
  • Co-Occurring Disorder Treatment (mental health and substance use)
  • 24 Hour On-Call Services
  • Discharge & Aftercare Planning
  • Urgent Care Services (Contact Eastern Shore Crisis Response Helpline 1-888-407-8018)

Specialty Services:

  • Behavioral Interventions for Children
  • Geriatric Populations
  • Weekly Groups for Substance Use and Co-Occurring Treatment
  • Child & Adolescent Psychiatry


Are you looking for another type of service?

Crossroads Community is a nonprofit organization providing mental health rehabilitation and case management services to residents of five counties on Maryland’s Eastern Shore. Visit for more information.

Substance Use Disorder – Treatment Services Offered at Six Convenient Locations

Corsica River Mental Health Services, Inc. (Centreville, Cambridge, St. Michaels) in collaboration with For All Seasons, Inc., Behavioral Health & Rape Crisis Center (Easton, Denton, Chestertown).

Call any of the following numbers to make appointments: 410-758-2211, 443-225-5780, 410-745-8028.

Help is available – don’t wait! Please contact one of our service locations today.

What’s New?


Drug Take Back Day is this Saturday, April 29th!

Drop by the following locations from 10am to 2pm to turn in your unused or expired medications for safe disposal:

Maryland State Police Office (Easton and Centreville)
7053 Ocean Gateway, Easton, MD
311 Safety Drive, Centreville, MD

Queen Anne's County Sheriff's Department
505 Railroad Ave, Centreville, MD

Caroline County Sheriff's Department
610 Legion Road, Denton, MD
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The Caroline County Local Drug and Alcohol Abuse Council (LDAAC) and local Fire Companies have partnered to host eight public showings of “Chasing the Dragon: The Life of an Opiate Addict,” a film produced by the FBI and DEA. It is a documentary aimed at educating students and young adults about the dangers of addiction.

The first screening of the film will kick off on Tuesday, April 25, 2017 at the Marydel Volunteer Fire Company, followed by:

Wednesday, April 26, 2017 - Queen Anne-Hillsboro Volunteer Fire Company
Monday, May 1, 2017 - Federalsburg Volunteer Fire Company
Wednesday, May 3, 2017 - Greensboro Volunteer Fire Company
Monday, May 8, 2017 – Denton Volunteer Fire Company
Thursday, May 11, 2017 - Goldsboro Volunteer Fire Company
Tuesday, May 16, 2017 - Ridgely Volunteer Fire Department
Wednesday, May 17, 2017 - Preston Volunteer Fire Company

The screenings are free and open to the public and are intended to target students in the 5th grade and above. Community leaders, parents, teachers, and all concerned citizens are also encouraged to attend.

WARNING: The film contains graphic content and language. Parental discretion is advised.

For more information, please contact: Ruth Colbourne, (410) 479-4054, or Bryan Ebling, (410) 310-2419.
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We want to acknowledge the two legislators who co-sponsored the House and Senate versions of The HOPE Act: Senator Steve Hershey and Delegate Sheree Sample-Hughes (District 37A). We also want a shout out to Delegates Christopher Adams and Johnny Mautz (District 37B) for supporting such important legislation. ... See MoreSee Less

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Today, some of Crossroads' volunteers gathered at our Centreville location for discussion and fellowship. The topic of the day was "Poverty Awareness." Thanks to these volunteers for coming out to share their thoughts and stories. We appreciate you every day, but especially this month as we celebrate Volunteer Appreciation Month! ... See MoreSee Less

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