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3503 N. Charles St Baltimore MD 21218
The BUC coalition came together three days after the murder of Freddie Gray, and hit the ground running. The coalition of organizations and activists have a long track record of working for social justice in Baltimore. Though newly formalized, coalition members have worked strategically for years to gain concrete wins for justice in our community. BUC meets with youth, residents, lawmakers, and other community leaders to pursue legislative and policy transformation. In the aftermath of the uprising, our coalition is actively providing for the material needs of our neighbors in affected communities by offering legal support to protesters (including a Jail Hotline, lawyers and bail money), rapid response teams in the face of police aggression, and a budding alternative food system founded on food sovereignty and food justice – not charity.
1430 Carswell St Baltimore MD 21218
We are committed to improving the physical and psychological health and well being of all adolescents through advocacy, clinical care, health promotion, health service delivery, professional development, and research. Our members come from a variety of medical and non-medical disciplines including physicians, nurse practitioners, psychologists, social workers, health educators, and other health professionals.
301 N.Gay Street Baltimore MD 21202
320 Cathedral St Baltimore MD 21201
2530 North Charles St 3rd Floor Baltimore MD 21218
8 Market Pl. Suite 300 Baltimore MD 21202
1104 W 36th St Baltimore MD 21211
1212 N Wolfe St Baltimore MD 21213
2601 N Howard St Suite 130 Baltimore MD 21218
The mission of the JHU LEAH training program is to develop the next generation of leaders in interdisciplinary approaches to adolescent health promotion and disease prevention with a primary goal of reducing health disparities. The program trains individuals from five core disciplines including medicine, social work, nutrition, psychology, and nursing to integrate their skills through demonstrated leadership. Throughout our training the focus is on approaches that will reduce health disparities so that the next generation of African American and Latino youth will enter adulthood with health status on par with the majority of European American adults.
2200 North Monroe St Baltimore MD 21217
3313 Oakfield Ave Gwynn Oak MD 21207
The mission “to support and encourage pediatricians in the promotion of optimal health for all of Maryland’s children and adolescents” speaks to the commitment to the health and well being of all children. The MDAAP initiates and supports numerous programs that respond to the needs of children.
100 N Holiday Street Baltimore MD 21202
Park Heights Renaissance (PHR) represents residents, businesses, religious institutions, schools, agencies, and other stakeholders committed to shaping a better future for Park Heights. PHR offers community and web based housing, education, health, community engagement, and public safety resources.
3939 Reisterstown Rd Suite 268 Baltimore MD 21215
1118 Ward St Baltimore MD 21230
2405 Linden Ave Baltimore MD 21217
7111 Park Heights Avenue Suite 503 Baltimore MD 21215
2315 N Charles St 1st floor Baltimore MD 21218
The Youth Leadership & Advocacy Network is comprised of 45+ member organizations and individuals dedicated to collaboration and resource sharing in order to impact three defined areas of interest: Youth Opportunity, Youth Violence Prevention and Education Relevancy and Application. The Center is a city-wide youth leadership network, designed to connect youth leaders across the city and assist them in leveraging resources to empower their voice in the decision-making processes that impact their well-being and healthy transition to adulthood.
JOTF develops policies and programs to increase skills, job opportunities, and incomes of low wage workers and job seekers in Maryland. Programs include JumpStart, which prepares city residents to become licensed carpenters, plumbers, or electricians, and the MD CASH Campaign, which provides financial counseling, education, and advocacy.
201 N. Charles Street Suite 2404 Baltimore MD 21201