Consumer Support Form– to be used for residents of Wicomico County that are active members in the Public Behavioral Health System (PBHS) and need assistance with mental health medications, mental health laboratory tests, and/or special needs such as security deposit, past due rent or utilities.
Housing Assistance Application – funds to assist individuals with a primary substance use disorder to assist with their housing application fees
Transitional Housing Assistance Application – funds to assist individuals with a primary substance use disorder to assist with their recovery/transitional housing.
Individual’s Authorization Form – The Wicomico Behavioral Health Authority requires an Individual’s Authorization form to be completed for all agencies/businesses that we may need to contact to assist the consumer such as his/her mental health provider, landlord, pharmacy, and/or other agencies that will need proof of assistance.
Targeted Case Management Referral Form– to be completed to request Targeted Case Management services for residents of Wicomico County.
Residential Rehabilitation Services Application – to be completed by a mental health provider to request services.
Public Assistance to Adults Disability Certification Form – to be completed for all those being considered for the Residential Rehabilitation Program.
Homeless Identification and Birth Certificate Project – to be completed by a mental health provider or social service organization.
Youth Care Coordination Referral Form – to be completed to request Youth Care Coordination services for residents of Wicomico County.
- BEACON HEALTH OPTIONS – PROVIDER FORMS
- Accreditation-Based Licensure Application Process
- Guidelines for One Time only Accreditation Assistance
- Licensure Application-Community Based Behavioral Health Programs & Services
- Agreement to Cooperate
- Children’s Choices Respite and PRP Referral
- Uninsured Registration Request
- Targeted Case Management Plus Referral
- TCM 1915i Care Coordination
- TCM Customized Goods
- TCM Q &A
- Maryland Coalition of Families
- 2019 Resource Guide