Clinics & Services

Health Clinics & Services

The Baltimore City Health Department offers and oversees services for: sexually transmitted infections, HIV/AIDS, family planning, maternal and infant health, immunizations, asthma, senior care, cancer screening, and lead poisoning prevention services, among others.

All Clinics

STD clinic
Family Planning & Reproductive Health
Healthy Teens & Young Adults
Men’s Health Center
TB Clinic
Dental clinic

Services by Disease

Sexually Transmitted Infections:

STD Program
Direct Observed Therapy Program

Substance Abuse:

Baltimore Substance Abuse Systems
Needle Exchange Program
Staying Alive Overdose Prevention

Mental Health:

Baltimore Mental Health Systems

Violence:

Office of Youth Violence Prevention

Immunization:

Immunization Program

Lead Poisoning:

Lead Poisoning Prevention

Tuberculosis:

Tuberculosis

Cardiovascular Diseases:

The Health Disparities Initiative seeks to reduce health disparities, primarily around cardiovascular diseases.

Cancer:

Cancer screening is available at Family Planning and Oral Health Services. Services to help individuals quit smoking are available at our Tobacco Programs.

Asthma:

Asthma Program

Services by Who We Serve

Infants

WIC: Women, Infants & Children: Get WIC for your child or yourself
Maternal & Infant Nursing: Home-visiting and case management for women and infants.
Healthy Start: Working to reduce infant mortality in Baltimore
Immunization Program: Get help with immunizations.
Baltimore Infants & Toddlers: Serving infants and toddlers with special needs and developmental delays.
B’more for Healthy Babies: Learn how to put your baby to sleep.

Children

Immunization Program: Find out how to get your child fully immunized.
Asthma Program: Helping children with severe asthma.
Reach Out and Read: Working with physicians to get books into the hands of kids.
School Health: Serving children in Baltimore City Public Schools.
Child and Adult Care Food Program: Get a nutrition supplement for the children in your daycare.
Health Care Access: Helping families access Maryland’s Children Health Program.
Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention: Helping reduce and prevent lead poisoning.

Teens/Youths

Healthy Teens/Young Adults Family planning, reproductive health and mental health screening to people between 10 and 24 years of age.
Operation Safe Kids: Case-management for youth at risk of becoming victims or perpetrators of violence.

Men

Family Planning & Reproductive Health:
Get family planning and other services for yourself or your partner.
Men’s Health Center: Get a check up or other services at the Men’s Health Center.

Women

Family Planning: Get screened for cervical cancer, obtain family planning services, or take a pregnancy test.
WIC: Women, Infants & Children: Get a nutrition supplement from WIC for yourself or your child.
Maternal and Infant Nursing: Working to reduce infant mortality in Baltimore.

Seniors

Retired Senior Volunteer Program: Volunteer in a community or government agency.
Senior Companion Program: Provides companionship for seniors and individuals with disabilities.
Senior Community Service Employment Program: Provides training for unemployed