For those who are emotionally struggling because of last week’s disturbing event, the City is offering mental health support.
• For residents seeking mental health support, the City offers up to $5,000 per household in approved mental health expenses either through reimbursement or paid directly to a mental health provider. Learn more about the program and apply at
• City’s Department of Youth, Family Services and Senior Services offers emergency counseling resources for our youngest residents and their families, and the Seniors Program supports our senior population. For the Youth and Family Services, call 240-487-3500 or email For the Seniors Program, call 240.487.3614 or email
• 988 Suicide and Crisis Lifeline: Call or text 988, or chat online at