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431 E Belvedere Ave
Suite 200-201
Baltimore, MD 21212
(410) 464-9006


Description
Offers mental health and social services support to survivors of torture and trauma from all over the world. Donations are also needed and accepted.,

Eligibility
Survivors of torture and war trauma.

Area Served
Baltimore City County

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SID
5969

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Kamau w PhD



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11350 Baroque Rd
Silver Spring, MD 20901
(301) 593-0241


Description
Provides mental health services and an afterschool program for those in the Silver Spring area. SERVICES: 1) MENTAL HEALTH: Through a network of African-born mental health professionals, it provides assessments and counseling that is linguistically and culturally appropriate for each client. Approaches counseling utilizing a traditional African framework based on age group, gender and extended family groups. 2) AFTERSCHOOL PROGRAM: Provides an afterschool program for youth featuring mentoring and tutoring and leadership. 3) COMMUNITY OUTREACH: Provides diversity training on African cultural sensitivity and skills for health care and social service providers, employers, educators, landlords, law enforcement personnel and churches; the development of African diversity training materials; and translation and interpreting services.OTHER LOCATION:1525 Newton Street NWWashington, DC 200104) DONATIONS: In need of various household items including, educational books, computers, electronics, furniture and clothing.

Eligibility
African immigrants and refugees.

Area Served
Montgomery County

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SID
5970

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Human Resources Department



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1 Frederick St
Cumberland, MD 21502
(301) 784-7000


Description
SERVICE: Investigates reports of abuse, neglect or exploitation of vulnerable adults and arranges for services to remedy the situation. Risk factors are identified and service plans developed to prevent further risk of harm to the adult. ,

Eligibility
Vulnerable adults who are suspected of being abused, neglected, or exploited.

Area Served
Allegany County

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SID
5971

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Alzheimer's Association



Contact
1850 York Rd
Suite D
Lutherville Timonium, MD 21093
(410) 561-9099


Description
Provides support for people effected by Alzheimer's Disease. SERVICES:1) HELPLINE: Offers advice to callers about caring for persons with Alzheimer's and community resources. Provides pamphlets on care, legal issues, and services. 2) FAMILY SUPPORT: Provides support groups for relatives and friends of people with Alzheimer's meet to share feelings, problems, and solutions. Sponsors an early stage memory loss group for patients and their families. 3) LIBRARY: Sells books; lends videotapes, DVD's & books to caregivers and professionals. 4) MEDIC ALERT & SAFE RETURN PROGRAM: Persons with Alzheimer's or other dementias may be registered. Families receive an ID bracelet and clothing labels for the impaired family member. 5) WORKSHOPS and CONFERENCES: Sponsors many educational opportunities for caregivers, professionals, and the general public. Includes caregivers' conferences, professional workshops, and the dementia training course for health professionals. 6) EMERGENCY FUNDS: Provides a one-time grant to families who have exhausted all other available resources in caring for someone with dementia. The purpose is to help with emergency needs, such as respite, home health equipment, and medical transportation. Based on availability.7) ADVOCACY: Works to educate policy makers at the state and federal levels about the needs of families coping with dementia.,

Eligibility
Open to persons with Alzheimer's Disease and other dementias, their families, and any other interested person or groups.

Area Served
Baltimore County

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SID
5972

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The Arc of Howard County



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11735 Homewood Rd
Ellicott City, MD 21042
(410) 730-0638


Description
Provides services for children and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities.SERVICES: 1) EMPLOYMENT SERVICES: Provides vocational training, job placement, job development and job coaching. 2) DAY PROGRAM: Offered to adults who prefer a mix of vocational training and recreational activities. 3) INFORMATION & REFERRAL: Provides referrals and information for: o Respite care for children and adultso Child careo Educational opportunitieso Social and recreational activitieso Accessibility modifications for homes and carso Methods of accessing funding4) SUPERVISED HOUSING: Offers supervised apartments and homes in the community. 5) RESIDENTIAL SERVICES: Provides supports to enable individuals to remain in their homes. Services may include assistance with household & financial management, health and medical care, transportation, personal care and recreational. 6) SENIOR'S PROGRAM: Provides recreational activities and community outings for retired individuals.,

Eligibility
Children and adults with developmental disabilities (primarily mental retardation) and their families.

Area Served
Howard County

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SID
5975

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Arundel House of Hope



Contact
514 Crain N Hwy
Suite K
Glen Burnie, MD 21061
(410) 863-4888


Description
DROP-IN: Provides hospitality such as coffee, snacks, showers, use of phones and computers, clothing and toiletries. Case management and referral to services are provided for applications for benefits, medical care, job assistance, substance abuse treatment programs, housing and other identified issues.

Eligibility
Homeless men and women over 18 and older.

Area Served
Anne Arundel County

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SID
5976

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Baltimore School Board



Contact
200 E North Ave
Baltimore, MD 21202
(443) 984-2000


Description
OVERVIEW:Offers education to students of all abilities in pre-kindergarten through 12th grade programs in 194 schools. Special projects include school for the arts, gifted and talented programs and Laurence G. Paquin School for parenting and expectant teens. SERVICES:1) SCHOOL LOCATOR: The School Locator can be used to determine your zoned school or school choice options, based on your address. Find a local school.2) ALTERNATIVE LEARNING CENTERS: Educational programs are offered to middle school students who have been or are in danger of being removed from regular academic programs because of history of disruptive behavior, lack of attendance or other problems. Call 410-396-8600.3) SPECIAL EDUCATION: Appropriate education is provided for children from birth to age 21 who are in need of special services because of cognitive, emotional or physical disabilities. After assessment, students attend special classes or schools for part or all of the school day as needed. Parents of handicapped children in need of services should call "Child Find". (See separate entry under Baltimore City Public Schools, Child Find Office.) Call 410-396-8900.4) ADULT/ALTERNATIVE EDUCATION: Continuing education is provided for persons ages 16 and over. Program includes Adult Basic Education, English as a Second Language, credit classes for high school diploma, external high school diploma program and non-credit courses in vocational/general interest subjects. Classes are held in day and evening centers throughout the city. Call 410-396-8544 for the English as a Second Language program. 5) VOCATIONAL EDUCATION: Skills training is provided for secondary students in general vocational programs in selected high schools and special vocational schools and centers. Call 410-396-8733. 6) HELPING HANDS PROJECT: If a student's family is homeless, the family may be eligible for free transportation, tutoring, school supplies, medical exam, community programs, and workshops on how to help child be successful in school, and referrals for housing. Call Annette White at 443-642-2424.7) HOMELESS CHILDREN: Parents who are homeless should contact their Homeless Education Liaison to assist their child in attaining proper support and education. Call 410-396-8904.8) ATTENDANCE RECORDS: Provides information on the attendance records of Baltimore City public school children. Call 443-984-1714. 9) FOOD AND NUTRITION SERVICES: Offers free breakfast/lunch and/or reduced breakfast/lunch to all students in grades pre-k through 12 who qualify. The income guidelines are set by the federal government and have been adopted for school students across the country. 10) SCHOOL SUPPLIES 2012: Has received a grant to provide vouchers for uniforms or clothing, back packs, school supplies, and transportation, if needed, to pre-kindergarten and kindergarten children (and their siblings) in the public school system. For children of other ages call the Helping Hands Project information line: 410-396-8904. These funds have to be spent by August 17, 2012Please refer to Ramona Green, 443-794-3347 0R ramonagreen@comcast.net.Mayor's rally is scheduled for Aug 23, 2012, 3-7PM at 200 East North Street. Obtain free school supplies, and ensure that students' immunizations are up to date (make sure to bring current health records to the rally). For more information, call 443-984-1650, email back2schoolrally@baltimorecity.gov, or visit www.baltimorecityschools.org/backtoschool 11) SUMMER MEALS: Provides free meals to children under 18 at summer school sites. LIST NOT FINALIZED. 12) SUPER SUMMER 2012: CLOSED. Offering several summer learning academies for students in grades K-12 who are in need of reading support. The academies will feature literacy support, art enrichment, field trips and fitness and recreation. Free breakfast, lunch and transportation will also be provided. For more information, go to www.baltimorecityschools.org or call 443-642-6688. To ensure registration, must be registered by June 13. After June 13 registration is limited. For a complete description of each program see the attachment.a. Read to Succeed: The focus of this program is reading. Open to grades K-3, July 2-July 27, Mon-Fri, 8AM-12Noon. Must be below reading level or need support. For more information, go to www.baltimorecityschools.org or call 443-642-6688. 18 sites are available throughout the city. This is a free program. For Baltimore City public school children only. Not available to charter school students.b. Read to Succeed Plus!: The focus of this program is reading. Open to grades K-3, June 25-Aug 3, Mon-Fri, 8AM-4:30PM. Must be below reading level or need support. For more information, go to www.baltimorecityschools.org or call 443-642-6688 for more information. 12 sites are available throughout the city. There is a $60 fee associated with this program. Scholarships are available. For Baltimore City public school children only. Not available to charter school students.c. Exploring Your World: The focus of this program is science. Open to grades K-5, July 2-Aug 3, Mon-Fri, 8AM-12Noon. Must be at or above grade level. For more information, go to www.baltimorecityschools.org or call 443-642-6688. 10 sites are available throughout the city. This is a free program. For Baltimore City public school children only. Not available to charter school students. d. SuperKids Camp: The focus of this program is reading. Open to grades 1-3, June 25-Aug 3, Mon-Fri, 9AM-3PM. For more information, go to www.baltimorecityschools.org or call 443-642-6688. Several sites are available throughout the city. There is a $60 fee associated with this program. Scholarships area available. Open to Baltimore City public school students and charter school students. e. Create the Solution: The focus is math, science and technology. Open to grades 4-7, July 2-Aug 3, 8AM-2:30PM. For more information, go to www.baltimorecityschools.org or call 443-642-6688. 11 sites are available throughout the city. This is a free program. Open to Baltimore City public school students and charter school students. f. Live Spanish!: The focus is Spanish. Open to grades 5-7, July 9-July 20, Mon-Fri, 8AM-3PM. Must be at or above grade level. For more information, go to www.baltimorecityschools.org. This is only available at Western High School-4600 Falls Road 21209. This is a free program. For Baltimore City public school children only. Not available to charter school students.g. Middle School-Retained in Grade Promotion: The focus is grade promotion because the child is set to fail and then repeat the current grade. Open to grades 6-8, July 2-August 3, Mon-Fri, 8AM-2:30PM. For more information, go to www.baltimorecityschools.org or call 443-642-6688. 3 sites available throughout the city. This is a free program. For Baltimore City public school children only. Not available to charter school students.h. High School Credit Recovery: Focus is on credit recovery. Open to grades 9-12, July 2-August 3, Mon-Fri, 8AM-2:30PM. For more information, go to www.baltimorecityschools.org or call 443-642-6688. This is only available at Dunbar Heritage High-1400 New Orleans, 21231and Forest Park High-3701 Eldorado Avenue, 21207.Fee associated per credit ($150 per credit, $488 per credit for charter school students). Fees can be waived. Open to Baltimore City public school students and charter school students.i. AP Preparation: Focus is AP Biology, AP Calculus, AP English, AP Government or AP Spanish. Open to grades 9-12, June 25-Aug 3, Mon-Fri, 9AM-3PM. For more information, go to www.baltimorecityschools.org or call 443-642-6688. This is only located at Digital Harbor High-21230. This is a free program. For Baltimore City public school children only. Not available to charter school students.

Eligibility
Individuals 4 1/2 and older.

Area Served
Baltimore City County

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SID
5977

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Baltimore Central Booking and Intake Center



Contact
300 E Madison St
Baltimore, MD 21202
(410) 545-8122


Description
LAW ENFORCEMENT: Central location for booking and processing arrestees in Baltimore City.The facility is largely a correctional intake facility run by the state of Maryland. Judges assigned here usually hold hearings involving persons recently arrested for crimes and who are being held, pre-trial, in lieu of a certain dollar amount bail. Bail review hearings are held daily with members of the Baltimore City State's Attorney's office and the Office of the Public Defender present.All visitors, to include children, must dress appropriately for visitation.All clothing must cover from the neck to the kneecaps.The following types of clothing are not allowed to be worn:- Tube tops, tank tops, or halter tops- See-through clothing- Mini-skirts, mini-dresses, shorts, skorts, or culottes (at or above the kneecap)- Form-fitting clothes such as leotards, spandex, and leggings- Clothes that expose a person's midriff, side, or back- Tops or dresses that have revealing necklines and/or excessive splits- Coats, jackets, shawls and scarves will be placed in an appropriate area

Hours
Depends on service.

Eligibility
Baltimore City.

Area Served
Baltimore City County

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SID
5978

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Booker T. Washington Middle School



Contact
1301 McCulloh St
Baltimore, MD 21217
(410) 396-7734


Description
THANKSGIVING 2012:Provides a Thanksgiving day meal to anyone in need, 11AM-4PM. Limited clothing also available. Also accepts donations of clothing, food, shoes, coats, and gloves needed for the holiday program.

Eligibility
Individuals and families in need.

Area Served
Baltimore City County

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SID
5980

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Churches Concern For the Hmlss



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9520 Berger Rd
Suite 311
Columbia, MD 21046
(410) 312-5760


Description
*NOT ACCEPTING NEW CLIENTS. This is not emergency housing. There is a wait list of 9-12months. Individuals must have a referral from Grassroots" CASE MANAGEMENT: Long-term program providing case management and transitional or permanent housing. Mentors and case managers review finances, make arrangements for transportation, counseling, career assistance and parenting classes Homeless participants receive housing, furniture, clothing and educational assistance as determined, and are required to participate in life skills training with the ultimate goal of self sufficiency. Homelessness prevention program accesses the eligibility of clients for financial assistance and case management services.Also arranges pick up of furniture, appliance and car donations that are in good condition.

Eligibility
Homeless, drug-free families who live or work in the county.

Area Served
Howard County

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SID
5981

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