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Midshipmen Development Center


 MDC is conducting NEW and ESTABLISHED appointments virtually.   

PRIVACY ROOMS ARE AVAILABLE that you are allowed to use for your MDC appointment during ROM.  


 You can reach us by leaving a voicemail (410-293-4897) or

    To make a new or follow up appointment: Call or email us (email is preferred as MDC staff may be working remotely)
Urgent issues: Contact your chain of command, Duty Chaplain, OOW (410) 320-9721,  or see other resources below.
   For all emergencies call 911


MDC is offering hybrid services, with some appointments via telehealth and some in person.  Over the next month we will be making the transition to in person appointments, as conditions allow.  

How to Get Help at the MDC

We are available to you for mental health, sports/performance, and nutritional counseling. If you need a space for privacy for your telehealth appointment, let us know when scheduling and we can provide options.  

To make a new or follow up appointment:  Scheduling is best done via email at, or by leaving a phone message (3-4897).  The MDC spaces are open by appointment only

  • To make an appointment:
    • Call or email us (email is preferred as MDC staff may be working remotely).  We will provide an intake form and informed consent you can complete and send in, and then set up a time to talk.

  • Students requesting NEW appointments (new to MDC, no previous appointments):
    • Call or email MDC during business hours (0730-1530).  However, with staff potentially working remotely, MDC may not be always manned, MDC email is the preferred method of communication and will be checked frequently.

If you need to talk with someone urgently and MDC is not available for drop-in services, you have several options:

Continue to take care of yourselves and each other and reach out for assistance.


Emotional Support Help Line for COVID-19 
Free access to specially trained mental health specialists to support people experiencing anxiety or stress around COVID-19.

Managing Stress and Anxiety during COVID-19. 
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has created this resource related to mental health and coping during COVID-19.

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline:
800-273-8255, or chat options at the website:

Military One Source 800-342-9647 or online chat at

911 for all emergencies 

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