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Our mission is to promote equity in health and opportunity for Latinos by advancing clinical care, research, education, and advocacy at Johns Hopkins and beyond in active partnership with our Latino neighbors. Centro’s staff dedicate their time and expertise to promote excellence for Latino Health and organize working groups, who meet periodically. Centro’s staff also creates partnerships with the community, which are open to grow in number. Participants and accomplishments include Youth Summer Program, Teen Testimonios for Mental Health, Embajadores de Salud, Diabetes Prevention Program, and LFAB Latino families Advisory Board and Parenting Groups.
Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center, 5200 Eastern Ave Mason F. Lord Bldg. Center Tower Ste. 4200 Baltimore MD 21224
The ACLU of Maryland works to ensure that all people in the state of Maryland are free to think and speak as they choose and can lead lives free from discrimination and unwarranted government intrusion. We are guided in our work by the United States Bill of Rights and the Maryland Declaration of Rights. We act without partisanship to achieve these goals.
3600 Clipper Mill Rd Suite 350 Baltimore MD 21211
The mission of Art with a Heart is to enhance the lives of people in need through visual art. Art with a Heart brings its interactive visual arts classes to schools, community centers, group homes, shelters, hospitals, permanent housing facilities, and senior housing facilities. We also provide youth leadership programs for 10th and 11th graders and job programs for youth aged 14-24 years.
3355 Keswick Rd, Stable building Suite 104 Baltimore MD 21211
The Baltimore City Child and Adolescent Response System (B-CARS) provides psychiatric crisis stabilization program for children and adolescents. We have an urgent care clinic and provide home based services for a limited time, then provide linkages to long term therapeutic services.
1118 Light Street 200 Baltimore MD 21230
Provides refugee resettlement and case management services, including orientation, housing, health and social services support, employment and legal assistance, and language instruction. Operated in collaboration between the International Rescue Committee, Lutheran Social Services of the National Capital Area, the Maryland Department of Social Services, and Baltimore City Community College (BCCC).
1900 N Howard St, Suite 200 Baltimore MD 21218
Building Communities Today for Tomorrow, Inc. (BCTT) serves children, adolescents, adults, and seniors who are at risk of removal from the home, community, or who are transitioning from residential settings back into the community.
2901 Druid Park Dr Suite A207 Baltimore MD 21215
Casa de Maryland Baltimore is a Latino and immigration advocacy-and-assistance organization. Programs include financial literacy, citizenship services, legal services, adult education/English as a second language, community organizing/advocacy, and after-school programming for youth.
2224 E Fayette St Baltimore MD 21231
East Baltimore Youth and Family Services (EBYFS) provides counseling and support services for youth under 18 years of age and their families, with the goal of promoting youth development and preventing juvenile delinquency. EBYFS also provides youth and their families with cultural activities, employment opportunities, educational referrals, crisis intervention, information & substance abuse assessment, parenting skills groups, school based services, HIV/AIDS prevention, and information/referrals.
301 N.Gay Street Baltimore MD 21202
Business and Continuing Education Division’s English Language Services offers a variety of English as a Second Language (ESL) curricula to meet the diverse language needs of both Maryland residents and international students. Services include English language instruction for immigrants and international students seeking preparation for additional academic study; basic English language skills development for immigrants, refugees, and asylees; specialized programs for refugees and asylees; and citizenship preparation.
710 E Lombard St Baltimore MD 21202
Compelled by faith, compassion, and a yearning for justice, the Episcopal Refugee and Immigrant Center Alliance (ERICA) honors and ministers to the dignity and humanity of our brothers and sisters fleeing oppression, persecution and poverty in other countries. We undertake this mission as an outreach program of the Cathedral of the Incarnation and pledge to: provide immediate, practical, and material assistance to refugees, asylees, asylum seekers and other immigrants, regardless of race, religion, or language; partner with other civic, community, and religious groups to provide direct services such as casework, educational workshops, and referrals for legal assistance, healthcare and housing; and empower the refugee community with information, networks and guidance.
4 E University Parkway Baltimore MD 21218
Esperanza Center is an immigrant outreach facility providing educational, health, family reunification, and immigration legal services, plus referrals and assistance for other services.
Esperanza Center serves youth in several capacities. In the Educational Services program, we offer an after-school and summer intensive English language program supporting the public schools, teaching youth English for school and community.
320 Cathedral St Baltimore MD 21201
Information about the Unaccompanied Refugee Minor (URM) foster care program and who is eligible for refugee foster care. The URM foster care program is a network of specialized foster care agencies that possess particular expertise to provide care and social work to foreign born children and youth.
A project of Lutheran Immigrant and Refugee Service (LIRS), Higher offers free, high-quality materials to support refugee-eligible and other immigrant job seekers; resources and tools for employment service providers; and workforce solutions for employers. Resources are available from the Higher website, or can be requested via email to [email protected] Headquarters in Baltimore, MD, with resources and contacts around the US.
700 Light St Baltimore MD 21230
Adelante Familia is a bilingual program at the House of Ruth Maryland dedicated to the eradication of intimate partner violence in the Latino community. Adelante Familia serves Spanish-speaking immigrants living in Baltimore who are victims, or at risk of being victims, or are perpetrators of intimate partner violence. We provide services to people who have gone through Intimate Partner Violence. These include Counseling, Legal Services, Service Coordination, Abuse Intervention Programs and Outreach to the Latino Community
3734 Eastern Ave Baltimore MD 21224
Provides free legal consultation, advice and referrals to individuals in removal (deportation) proceedings in the Baltimore Immigration Court. On the first and third Friday of every month, experienced pro bono immigration attorneys provide free consultations on a first come, first served basis. Individuals must arrive between 9:00 and 9:30 a.m. to be seen.
500 W Baltimore St, Room 300 Baltimore MD 21201
Immigration Legal Services provides low-cost legal counseling and representation in immigration matters. We assist clients and their family members seeking to obtain, extend or retain lawful immigration status or citizenship in the United States and also provide them with English classes and medical attention.
430 S Broadway Baltimore MD 21231
The Immigration Outreach Service Center, Inc. (IOSC) at St. Matthew Catholic Church is an independent non-profit organization dedicated to serving Baltimore’s immigrants regardless of immigration status, ethnicity, or religious affiliation. Our mission is to partner with and empower immigrants in the Baltimore area to lead successful lives in the United States. We are dedicated to being the hub from which our clients build the networks of relationships that best serve them.
5401 Loch Raven Blvd Baltimore MD 21239
The IRC Baltimore is a non-profit, non-sectarian refugee resettlement agency dedicated to working together with legally admitted refugees and asylees to assist them in rebuilding lives and reuniting families. Staff members and volunteers provide essential resettlement services to refugee families including basic necessities, education, employment, health care access, social services, and legal services toward residency & citizenship.
1900 N Howard St Suite 200 Baltimore MD 21218
Liberty’s Promise supports young immigrants in need while encouraging them to be active and conscientious American citizens. Our programs aim to make the immigrant experience an affirmative one for young newcomers while instilling in them a sense of pride and support for American ideals of democracy and freedom. Our services include after-school and internship programs designed to help immigrant youth become more involved in their communities while pursuing their desired educational and professional goals.
340 South Highland Ave. Baltimore MD 21281
Provides a state-by-state list of non-profits and attorneys who provide free legal services to individuals in immigration proceedings. This list also includes information on pro bono referral services that refer individuals in immigration court proceedings to pro bono counsel. Click on your state to find representation in your area. If you are seeking representation in Maryland, visit this link: https://www.justice.gov/eoir/file/ProBonoMD/download.
Listing of other places to find legal help as Pro Bono Resource Center Of Maryland does not offer direct representation. The Pro Bono Resource Center of Maryland, Inc. (PBRC) is the statewide coordinator of volunteer legal services. Our mission is to promote equal access to justice in Maryland by coordinating and supporting volunteer civil legal services, providing resources and support for legal advocates for the poor, and promoting cooperation within the legal community.
520 W Fayette St Suite 300 Baltimore MD 21201
700 Light St Baltimore MD 21230
Maryland Legal Aid is a law firm providing free legal services to low-income people statewide. We serve Baltimore City and Maryland’s 23 counties from 12 offices and 3 District Court Self-Help Centers. Our firm handles civil (not criminal) cases, involving a wide range of issues, including custody, housing, public benefits, and consumer law. Many of our local offices represent children in CINA (Child in Need of Assistance) proceedings.
500 E Lexington St Baltimore MD 21202
MORA works through a network of public and private service providers throughout Maryland to coordinate transitional services aimed at helping refugees attain self-sufficiency. Partner groups provide resettlement support and services to federally-recognized refugees and asylees, including medical, employment, and social services, health screenings, language instruction, and youth programs.
Promotes community well-being, economic development, and the integration of immigrant communities by identifying needs and opportunities that immigrants bring to our city, while developing public-private partnerships to strengthen the development of these communities. Sponsored events include but are limited to Baltimore Welcoming Week, Immigrant Heritage Month, Immigration Action, New Americans Task Force, and communityMATTERS Newsletter.
100 N Holiday Street Baltimore MD 21202
The Refugee Assistance Program (RAP) offers free English language training for people 16 years old or over who have refugee or political asylum status. Teachers work closely with the students to help them develop language proficiency necessary to obtain and retain meaningful employment.
710 E. Lombard St. Baltimore MD 21202
The Baltimore City Community College Refugee Youth Project seeks to improve the lives of Baltimore’s youngest refugees by supporting their academic needs and making their integration simple and meaningful. RYP is committed to its mission of creating a safe environment for refugee children to improve their literacy skills, enhance their knowledge of American culture, engage in enriching extracurricular activities, and grow to be confident, caring individuals.
710 E Lombard St Baltimore MD 21202
Soccer Without Borders uses soccer as a vehicle for positive change, providing under-served newcomer youth a toolkit to overcome obstacles to growth, inclusion, and personal success. SWB provides year-round soccer programming as well as English language support, academic enrichment, and leadership opportunities for youth participants. Additionally, SWB offers a Family Mentor program as well, working closely with families as they adjust to their new lives in Baltimore.
3700 Eastern Ave Baltimore MD 21224
We provide free legal and social services to immigrant women and girls in Maryland fleeing violence (like domestic violence, rape, and human trafficking), or who are denied basic human rights and freedoms because of their gender. Programs and services offered in Baltimore include free legal services and social services, training and education, trafficking prevention, and poverty alleviation and family stabilization programming, including life skills workshops and a medical debt forgiveness project.
Service seeker requests must primarily involve the legal protection of immigrant women and girls from violence or persecution. We also have a Forced Marriage Initiative to assist individuals facing or fleeing forced marriage in the United States or abroad.
211 E. Lombard St. Suite 307 Baltimore MD 21202
Clinic focuses on primary care, family planning care and STD care. We are a hospital-based clinic. Youth-friendly services also offered.
120 Penn St Baltimore MD 21201