For citizens of Baldwin County who are
experiencing problems related to emotional
disturbance, mental illness, and/or substance
abuse, Baldwin County Mental Health Center
provides a range of professional and supportive
services to assist them in overcoming their
The Center was established in 1974 as a public,
non-profit corporation to provide comprehensive
community-based mental health services in
Baldwin County. The Centerís nine member
Board of Directors is appointed by the Baldwin
With programs in Bay Minette, Fairhope, Foley, and Robertsdale, the Center is able to provide accessible and affordable services through a highly trained professional and support staff.
Each year, the Center serves directly over 4,000 persons to professional care with support for their families who are also vital to assisting the person toward recovery.
The Center meets the Standards for Community Mental Health Centers of the Alabama Department of Mental Health and Mental Retardation.
You may gain further information about out services and resources by clicking on the topics at the top and to the left.