The Maryland Community Criminal Justice Treatment Program (MCCJTP) is a State funded jail based mental health program that targets individuals 18 and older who have a serious mental illness, such as schizophrenia, major affective disorder, organic mental disorder, and other psychotic disorders. MCCJTP more commonly referred to as the “jail program” is administered in all five counties of the Mid-Shore region, as well as 18 additional jurisdictions in the State. Common goals among participating jurisdictions include:
Courts & Legal Services
We envision a Maryland where people independently support themselves and their families, where individuals are safe from abuse and neglect.
We will aggressively pursue opportunities to assist people in economic need, increase prevention efforts and protect vulnerable children and adults.
The Department of Juvenile Services (DJS) is an executive agency whose primary task is to appropriately manage, supervise and treat youth who are involved in the juvenile justice system in Maryland.