"No Wrong Door" Project:
The CCC is partnering with the Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene's (DHMH) Prevention and Health Promotion Administration (PHPA) and a number of collaborating agencies within the Baltimore area to expand efforts toward integrated screening, referral network development, and capacity building for mental health, substance use, sexual health, and infectious disease prevention and treatment. The No Wrong Door project aims to ensure that individuals who are at risk or suffering from a mental illness, substance use disorder and/or HIV/AIDS will be able to access and receive integrated treatment and care regardless of where they enter the public health system of care.
Department of Psychology
University of Maryland, Baltimore County
Funded by the Maryland Prevention and Health Promotion Administration (PHPA)
Photographs of the agencies and communities we serve
CCC at UMBC
The Center for Community Collaboration (CCC) is one of the various projects operating in conjunction with the UMBC's Health and Addictive Behaviors: Investigating Transtheoretical Solutions (HABITS) Lab. To learn more about the HABITS lab visit their webpage.
Center for Community Collaboration
The CCC is a university-community partnership whose mission is to provide capacity building services to direct care service agencies. Ultimately, we hope to help agencies improve their services for individuals at risk or suffering from HIV/AIDS with multiple diagnoses related to substance use, mental illness, and other infectious diseases. Using a Screening, Brief Intervention, Referral and Treatment (SBIRT) framework, we help identify programs' Continuous Quality Improvement (CQI) needs and provide relevant trainings to enhance their quality of care in these areas.
Please read more in our "about us" section.