Behavioral Health Services and Family Support

Frederick County’s Behavioral Health Program promotes health, wellness, and resilience in career and volunteer personnel and their families. Our comprehensive services include behavioral health care and coordination, peer support, and family support.   

  1. Behavioral Health Coordinator
  2. Peer Support
  3. Family Support
  4. CONTACT US
  5. RESOURCES

The Behavioral Health Coordinator (BHC) provides support, education, short-term counseling, resources, and referrals to promote health, wellness, and resilience in career and volunteer personnel and their families. The coordinator also provides clinical consultation and support the DFRS Peer Support Team. 

This position is a collaboration between DFRS and The Frederick County Health Department. The Behavioral Health Coordinator falls underneath the umbrella of the Frederick County Health Department, but is assigned to DFRS full-time. The BHC does not report to anyone with the Fire and Rescue chain of command. 

All services are offered at no cost to DFRS staff, volunteers, and their immediate family members. Services are strictly confidential and are not associated with Fitness for Duty evaluations.

Natalie Bowers, MSW, MA, LMSW 
DFRS Behavioral Health Coordinator

Contact Information:

(cell) 240-285-2580

Email

Glenn
DFRS Behavioral Health Intern

Office location: 350 Montevue Lane
                         Frederick, MD 21702 

*Please note the DFRS BHC can only work with DFRS personnel and their family members*