Baltimore County Infants and Toddlers Program
Baltimore County Infants and Toddlers Program (BCITP) provides services for families of children birth through 36 months of age who have, or may have, developmental disabilities, delays, or special health needs. BCITP services are collaboratively provided by the Baltimore County Department of Health, Baltimore County Public Schools, Baltimore County Department of Social Services and other public and private agencies. Infants and Toddlers referrals are made by calling the Single Point of Entry for Baltimore County at 410-887-2169.
Baltimore County Infants and Toddlers Program’s mission is to support families within their communities as they facilitate their children’s learning and development.
Service providers, interagency and community partners collectively demonstrate their commitment to this mission by the following actions:
What is the Process?
Who is eligible for services?
Any infant or toddler, birth to age three, residing in Baltimore County who experiences a developmental delay of 25%; experiences atypical development; or has a diagnosed physical or mental disability that puts the child at risk for developmental delay is eligible for services.
Who may refer a child?
Anyone may refer a child to the Single Point of Entry. Most children are referred by their families, but many referrals are received from pediatricians, child care providers and others. Services are voluntary for families.
What is the cost for services?
There are no costs for families for BCITP services.
What services are available?
Based on the individualized needs of the child and family, BCITP may provide any of the following services:
Service Coordination (community linkages and case management)
How Do I Access These Services?
Simply call the Single Point of Entry at 410-887-2169 to make a referral.