Emergency, Crisis, and After-Hours

Sexual Assault or Relationship Violence Support

Note: RIH is not an emergency facility and using it as such will delay potentially life-saving care.

Retriever Integrated Health staff are available Monday – Friday, 8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m., to support students experiencing a mental health crisis, medical concerns, or dealing with a sexual assault or relationship violence.

During office hours, call Retriever Integrated Health: 410-455-2542

UMBC police (410-455-5555) can assist with arranging ambulance transport to the nearest hospital.

This resource list has been developed for your convenience and is not intended to be a complete list of facilities that provide services. The provision of this list does not constitute an endorsement by RIH. You are responsible for all charges for health care services received.

This resource list has been developed for your convenience and is not intended to be a complete list of facilities that provide services. The provision of this list does not constitute an endorsement by RIH. You are responsible for all charges for health care services received.

Transportation

Check UMBC Transit for route schedules and service availability.

If emergency transportation assistance is needed, contact UMBC Police (410-455-5555).

211 Maryland

The United Way’s 211 Maryland provides people with referrals to health, crisis, and social services and helps with problem-solving. It is also a resource for government officials to make information available to Marylanders in the event of natural disasters or other crises. It is available to all Maryland residents, the United Way’s 211 Maryland is free, confidential, and multilingual, offering 24/7 guidance 365 days a year.

This service is available by dialing 211 or visiting 211md.org