Last updated: May 13, 2020
Following best practices and guidelines for COVID-19 during this critical time, the Anne Arundel County Department of Health will be open only for essential services.
Appointments for some services must be scheduled in advance. Other programs and services are being offered elsewhere or remotely. Using interventions like social distancing, staying home as much as possible and continuing hand hygiene will help limit the spread of this pandemic.
Birth and Death Certificate Services:
No walk-in services available. You can obtain application forms and detailed information
for ordering vital records, or request amendments at the following:
- By mail to: Division of Vital Records, P.O. Box 68760, Baltimore, MD 21215
- By calling MDH Vital Records at 410-764-3038, push 1
Death Certificates for Funeral Homes:
Fax requests to Charlotte Holland at 410-222-4424.
Available by appointment, Tuesday and Thursday, 9:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m.
All main numbers to BH Services are being answered.
In a crisis, call 410-768-5522 (local) or 2-1-1 (statewide).
Adolescent and Family Services – 410-222-6785. Telehealth. Urgent requests will be by appointment only. Please call the main line and the call will be returned by staff.
Network of Care Directory of Services
Resources and Referrals – 410-222-0117 (leave message)
Road to Recovery (Medication Assisted Treatment) Services – 410-222-0100
Open Monday and Friday only, 5:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m. NO SATURDAY HOURS.
For services, treatment referrals, and information, call 410-UBE-WELL (410-823-9355).
Disease Prevention Management:
Cancer Screening Services (Breast and Cervical Cancer Program):
Closed at this time. Call 410-222-6180, Monday through Friday between 9:00 a.m. and 11:00 a.m. with questions.
Community Education/AA Healthy Kids/Learn To Live:
Closed at this time. Please visit, https://www.learntolivehealthy.org for health education needs.
Glen Burnie Health Center and Parole Health Center:
Closed at this time. Call 410-222-7256 with questions on immunizations, HIV testing, pregnancy testing and TB control.
HIV/AIDS Case Management:
No face-to-face appointments. Call 410-222-7108 for emergent patient needs.
STI Testing Referral and Safe Sex Kits:
Closed at this time. Call 410-222-7256 with any questions.
Family Health Services:
Administrative Care Coordination (ACC):
No change in services. Call 410-222-7541 for information and questions related to your MCO and access to care.
By appointment only – emergency cases only.
To speak with a dentist call 410-222-7138 (Annapolis)
Dental Care Coordination Services:
Call 410-222-3090 and leave a message to be returned by a Dental Care Coordinator
The Health Care Enrollment Center in Annapolis will assist customers by telephone only and is not accepting appointments. For questions about your case, call 410-222-4792. North County Health Care Enrollment Center at Aquahart Road is closed until further notice.
MA Transportation Program:
Call 410-222-7152 and leave a message to schedule transportation at least 48 hours prior to your appointment. At this time the Department of Health is only transporting to recurring services. All other transports to non-urgent services will be postponed. Be sure to call your doctor’s office to confirm your appointment prior to scheduling transportation.
The REACH Program will assist clients by telephone only. Call 410-222-7020 for customer assistance.
WIC: (Annapolis and North County)
No face-to-face appointments. Call 410-222-6797 for customer services.
For Public Health Emergencies Only
COVID-19 Health Line: 410-222-7256
Mon – Thur 7:30 a.m. – 9 p.m.
Fri 7:30 a.m. – 7 p.m.
Sat – Sun 10 a.m. – 4 p.m.