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ACLU of Maryland

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

 (443) 524-2558

  •   Advocacy
  •   Immigrants & refugees

Centro SOL

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

 (410) 550-1129

  •   Advocacy
  •   Immigrants & refugees
  •   Job readiness
  •   Latino
  •   School readiness
  •   Volunteer opportunities

901 Arts

901 Arts is a community-based youth arts center dedicated to providing art and music programs to the children and teens of the Better Waverly neighborhood. We are a supportive and community-focused space for developing one’s creative and leadership abilities.

901 Montpelier St Baltimore MD 21218

 (410) 366-2252

  •   Arts

Access Art

Access Art is an after school arts and media center that empowers youth to use their artistic ability and their unique understanding of their environment as catalysts for social change in their communities.

2446 Washington Blvd Baltimore MD 21230

 (443) 708-2827

  •   Arts

Advanced Therapeutic Connections

Provides mental health services (individual, family, group, medication management) and supports people’s health and wellness to live as valued members of society and their community.

908 E. Baltimore St. 1st floor Baltimore MD 21202

 (443) 869-6512

  •   Mental health

Advocates for Children and Youth (ACY)

We improve the lives and experiences of Maryland’s children through policy change and program improvement. We provide advocacy and impact data as well as personalized stories to help tell the story of Maryland’s children in a simple way. This information is often used by state agencies, legislators and our fellow advocates.

1 N Charles St, Suite 2400 Baltimore MD 21201

 (410) 547-9200

  •   Advocacy
  •   Sexual health education

Afrikan Youth Alchemy (AYA)

Afrikan Youth Alchemy (AYA) is a youth development organization that uses African values, media advocacy, community-supported agriculture, and travel-study as tools to foster self-discovery and personal transformation among urban youth.

5807 Woodcrest Ave Baltimore MD 21215

 (443) 819-0601

  •   Youth development

AIDS Action Baltimore (AAB)

AAB is dedicated to the support and education of people with HIV and the prevention of HIV. AAB provides patient services, including financial assistance, research, treatment access advocacy, educational services, emotional support and HIV prevention services, including PrEP for all people with HIV and infection in the Baltimore metropolitan area. AAB programs are designed to empower people with HIV infection to advocate and care for themselves, to access the latest HIV treatments and clinical trials, and to live with hope and dignity. AAB provides advocacy and support, and it develops patient services programs to support individuals with HIV disease regardless of age, race, gender, ethnic origin, religion or sexual orientation. AAB provides peer counseling and a support services referral line.

10 E Eager St Baltimore MD 21202

 (410) 837-2437

  •   HIV testing
  •   HIV treatment & Ryan White
  •   PrEP

AIRS

AIRS provides comprehensive supportive housing services to the most vulnerable populations to enhance quality of life, emphasizing self sufficiency for low-income and homeless individuals and families living with or at risk of HIV/AIDS or other disabilities. Programs focused on youth include: Restoration Gardens, which provides permanent housing and support services for homeless or unstable house youth ages 18-24; CITY STEPS, which consists of a comprehensive array of housing and resources for homeless youth ages 14-24, including a resource center, transitional housing and permanent supportive housing; and GEAR (Growth, Empowerment, Advancement, and Recognition), which is a workforce development program for youth and adults.

1800 N Charles St Baltimore MD 21201

 (410) 576-5070

  •   Homeless
  •   Shelter & housing

Alternative Directions

Alternative Directions helps men and women in prison and those leaving prison become independent, responsible citizens. We provide civil legal pro-se services to those in prison and comprehensive case management to those returning to their communities.

2505 N Charles St Baltimore MD 21218

 (410) 889-5072

  •   Legal assistance

America Works of Maryland, Inc

Job Readiness Program that lasts 2-4 weeks and focuses on what we call “hard and soft” skills which employers are looking for. These include good communication, getting along with others, having a positive attitude, interview skills, and much more. Program matches program participants with employers, and provides continual support after employment is attained.

22 Light St 5th Floor Baltimore MD 21202

 (410) 625-9675

  •   Job readiness

Art with a Heart

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

 (410) 366-8886

  •   Arts
  •   Foster care
  •   Homeless
  •   Immigrants & refugees
  •   Job readiness
  •   Latino
  •   LGBTQ+
  •   Life skills
  •   Parenting
  •   Shelter & housing
  •   Volunteer opportunities
  •   Youth development

Asthma & Allergy Foundation of America Maryland, Greater DC Chapter

The Maryland-Greater DC Chapter works to help asthma and allergy sufferers successfully manage and control their disease through support mechanisms such as education, advocacy, referrals, and research.

1498 Reisterstown Rd Ste 324 Baltimore MD 21208

 (410) 484-2054

  •   Asthma

AZIZA-PE&CE Youth programming

AZIZA/PE&CE Youth Programming (10yrs) is a progressive, social, entrepreneurship model developed to improve the quality of life of marginalized youth ages 12-24. It serves as an in-school, OST (out-of-school time) and summer program. AZIZA/PE&CE uses fashion, fitness, arts, music, mentoring, entertainment, and education to develop social, emotional, cultural, life, and critical thinking skills.

3503 N. Charles St Baltimore MD 21218

 (410) 775-6652 

  •   Advocacy
  •   Arts
  •   Financial literacy
  •   Healthy relationships
  •   Homeless
  •   Job readiness
  •   LGBTQ+
  •   Mental health
  •   Nutrition & physical well-being
  •   Parenting
  •   School readiness
  •   Schools & after school programs
  •   Sports & recreation
  •   Trauma, grief & loss
  •   Volunteer opportunities
  •   Youth development

B’More for Healthy Babies (BHB)

Led by the Baltimore City Health Department and the Family League of Baltimore City, B’More for Healthy Babies (BHB) brings together communities, organizations, and resources so that every baby might have the best start possible.

1001 E Fayette St Baltimore MD 21202

 (410) 396-9994

  •   Birth control
  •   Condoms
  •   Healthy relationships
  •   STD testing
  •   Volunteer opportunities
  •   Youth development

Baltimore Adapted Recreation and Sports (BARS)

Baltimore Adapted Recreation and Sports (BARS) provides recreation and sports programs for individuals with physical and developmental disabilities. Their mission is to enhance the quality of life, improve self-esteem, and promote the health and fitness of individuals with disabilities through the provision of accessible and affordable recreation and sports programs.

P.O. Box 631 Parkton MD 21120

 (478) BARS-FUN (227-7386)

  •   Special health care needs
  •   Sports & recreation

Baltimore Algebra Project

We are a youth led, youth ran grassroots organization that tutors/teaches students of different ages around the city and focuses on educational justice by doing organizing and activism work.

235 N Holiday St Baltimore MD 21223

 (410) 240 9125

  •   Advocacy
  •   Financial literacy
  •   Job readiness
  •   Latino
  •   LGBTQ+
  •   Life skills
  •   School readiness
  •   Schools & after school programs
  •   Science, technology, engineering & math (STEM)
  •   Volunteer opportunities
  •   Youth development

Baltimore American Indian Center (BAIC)

BAIC is an Urban American Indian Community Center established to assist and support American Indian and Alaskan Native families with moving into an urban environment and adjusting to the culture change they will experience. The BAIC also serves as a focal point for the Indian community for social and cultural activities, and also educates non-native people about the cultures of the North American Indian and Alaskan Native communities.

113 S Broadway Baltimore MD 21231

 (410) 675-3535

  •   Youth development

Baltimore Bike Experience, Community Bike Project

The Baltimore Bike Experience creates a safe environment by allowing youth a space where they build friendships, learn repair, maintenance, and artistic expression, teach safety, and go on bike rides. Members acquire a set of specific skills, vocabulary, and artistic methods that generate a sense of empowerment.

500 S Highland Ave. Baltimore MD 21224

 (951) 692-8642

  •   Arts
  •   Sports & recreation
  •   Youth development

Baltimore Cares, Inc

At Baltimore Cares, Inc. we believe in the Patient Centered Medical Home (PCMH) model which promotes health and well being. Our organization provides treatment for mental illness and substance use disorders, and believes members of a family must be treated as a whole and in the context of their family’s needs, values, and cultural context.

2300 Garrison Blvd Suite 150 Baltimore MD 21216

 (410) 233-3111

  •   Substance use & abuse

Baltimore CASH Campaign

The Baltimore CASH Campaign works to increase the financial security of low-income individuals and families by providing free tax preparation and asset-building services with a coalition of partners.

575 S Charles St, Suite 500 Baltimore MD 21201

 (443) 692-9487

  •   Financial literacy
  •   Life skills

Baltimore Chesapeake Bay School Outward Bound

Outward Bound is an international educational movement dedicated to the idea that people are capable of far more than they know. At Outward Bound Baltimore Chesapeake Bay, we use experiential education techniques in a supportive yet challenging environment to teach our students that they are capable of more than they ever thought possible.

1900 Eagle Dr Baltimore MD 21207

 (410) 448-1721

  •   Youth development

Baltimore City Child Care Resource Center (BCCCRC)

Baltimore City Child Care Resource Center (BCCCRC) serves as the hub for issues relating to the care and education of young children in the City of Baltimore. BCCCRC helps parents who are looking for child care, provides training and technical assistance for child care professionals, and assists employers interested in helping their employees to balance work and family life.

1001 Eastern Ave, 2nd Floor Baltimore MD 21202

 (410) 685-5150; 1 (877) 261-0060 Locate Child Care

  •   Parenting

Baltimore City Joint Apprenticeship Program

Applicants selected for participation in one of the apprenticeship programs will earn wages and receive benefits as they learn the skill set necessary for the position. With a combination of classroom instruction and on-the-job training, the apprenticeship program provides the perfect training environment. Upon completion of the program, the apprentice is promoted to the status of journey person.

Types of Apprenticeships: Automotive Mechanic; Electrical Mechanic; Housing Inspector; Instrumentation Technician; Maintenance Technician; Operations Technician; Tree Trimmer; and Utilities Installer and Repairer.

Programs run from 1 year to 4 years, depending on position. Stipends are available.

201 E Baltimore St Rm. 250 Baltimore MD 21202

 (410) 545-3260

  •   Job readiness

Baltimore City Recreation & Parks Sports Leagues

Baltimore MD

 

  •   Sports & recreation

Baltimore City Youth Commission

We, the Baltimore City Youth Commission, are here to allow youth the opportunity to provide advice, insight, recommendations, and information for the Mayor, the City Council, and municipal agencies on the development of coordinated community and government policies, programs, and services that support children, youth, and their families.

250 City Hall Baltimore MD 21202

 (410) 396-3835

  •   Youth development

Baltimore Clayworks

Baltimore Clayworks is a ceramic art center that exists to develop, sustain, and promote an artist-centered community that provides outstanding artistic, educational, and collaborative programs in ceramic arts. Classes for youth are available.

5707 Smith Ave Baltimore MD 21209

 (410) 578-1919

  •   Arts

Baltimore Community Mediation Center

Mediation is a voluntary & confidential process in which a neutral mediator helps people find a win-win solution to their conflict or have a hard conversation. Mediation lets people speak for themselves and make their own choices.

3333 Greenmount Avenue Baltimore MD 21218

 (410) 467-9165

  •   Healthy relationships
  •   Parenting
  •   Volunteer opportunities
  •   Youth development

Baltimore Conservation Leadership Corps (BCLC)

Baltimore Conservation Leadership Corps (BCLC) is a five-week summer leadership program that helps high school students from Baltimore City develop job skills, remain physically active, and learn more about the environment through a variety of conservation projects.

2701 St. Lo Drive Baltimore MD 21213

 410-366-1831

  •   Job readiness
  •   Nature & environment
  •   Youth development

Baltimore Data Jam

The Baltimore Data Jam Competition is an art and science competition which challenges middle and high school students to analyze local scientific data and present their findings to a non scientific audience in a creative way (video, sculpture, song, poetry, etc.)

Center for Urban Environmental Research and Education, University of Maryland, 1000 Hilltop Circle TRC Room 173 Baltimore County MD 21250

 443 543 5394

  •   Arts

Baltimore Dream Center

Our Clothing Closet is a simple way for us to meet one of the largest needs in Baltimore. Our volunteers work diligently to create a friendly atmosphere where people can come comfortably to shop for warm, gently-used clothing at no cost to them. This often paves the way for shoppers to make a great impression at job interviews and restores a sense of dignity.

3701 9th St Baltimore MD 21225

 (410) 355-6707

  •   Clothing & laundry

Baltimore Educational Scholarship Trust (BEST) First Generation Affinity Group

The BEST First Generation Affinity Group is a group of representatives from universities and private and public schools in Baltimore that provides a united voice and collaborative efforts to support first generation college-bound students.

808 N Charles St Baltimore MD 21201

 (410) 752-2225

  •   School readiness

Baltimore Healthy Start

Baltimore Healthy Start, Inc. recruits pregnant and postpartum women with a child less than six months old, who live in one of our targeted communities for our two home visiting programs. We assign new enrollees to a Neighborhood Health Advocate or Family Support Worker, a staff member who performs home visits and provides necessary, individualized support to the family until the newborn reaches 24 or 36 months of age (depending on the program).

610 N Chester St Baltimore MD 21205

 (410) 675-2125 

  •   Parenting
  •   Pregnancy, abortion & adoption

Baltimore Kids Chess League

Baltimore Kids Chess League, Inc. exists to promote scholastic chess educational opportunities in Baltimore City that foster skills necessary for overall academic achievement.

653 W University Pkwy Baltimore MD 21210

 

  •   Youth development

Baltimore Orchard Project

The Baltimore Orchard Project strengthens communities through planting and cultivating orchards, teaching citizens to be long-term stewards, and sharing the harvest among neighbors. We work with schools, congregations, neighborhoods, and individuals on their land to create productive sources of food, neighborhood gathering places, and lively ecosystems that keep Baltimore’s communities healthy.

2701 St. Lo Dr Baltimore MD 21213

 (443) 562-8483

  •   Nature & environment

Baltimore Outreach Services (BOS)

Baltimore Outreach Services, Inc. (BOS) provides emergency shelter, food, clothing, housing, job training, and other supportive services to homeless women and children.

701 S Charles St Baltimore MD 21230

 (410) 752-1285

  •   Shelter & housing

Baltimore Resettlement Center

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

 (410) 327-1885

  •   Immigrants & refugees

Baltimore Robotics Center (BRC)

The mission of the Baltimore Robotics Center (BRC) is to inspire Baltimore’s youth to pursue careers in science, technology and manufacturing by providing opportunities for youth to explore STEM programs like Competitive Robotics, 3D Printing, Coding and Making. We also work to connect these youth to stable STEM jobs and careers by demonstrating pathways and facilitating internships.

1001 W Pratt St Baltimore MD 21223

 

  •   Science, technology, engineering & math (STEM)

Baltimore School for the Arts (BSA)

Baltimore School for the Arts (BSA) is a four-year high school with a unique mission: to provide young people who aspire to a career in the arts with intensive, pre-professional training in the arts combined with a rigorous, college preparatory curriculum. Students at the school pursue one of four disciplines – the visual arts, music (vocal or instrumental), theatre (acting or theatre production), and dance – along with a challenging academic curriculum.

712 Cathedral St Baltimore MD 21201

 (443) 642-5165

  •   Arts

Baltimore Symphony Youth Orchestra (BSYO)

The BSYO comprises three orchestral ensembles of the Mid-Atlantic Region’s most talented musicians. The BSYO serves as ensemble-in-residence at the state-of-the-art George Washington Carver Center for Arts and Technology in Towson, Maryland.

1212 Cathedral St Baltimore MD 21201

 (410) 783-8000

  •   Arts

Baltimore United Viewfinders

Baltimore United Viewfinders is a youth driven organization using the arts to explore their own definition of self and place.

814 N Collington Ave Baltimore MD 21205

 

  •   Arts

Baltimore Urban Debate League (BUDL)

BUDL uses the art of debate to change lives. BUDL brings learning to life by making it relevant, real, and fun. In competitive debate and in the debate classroom, students do more than just memorize and spit back facts. They own and direct their learning, and they approach a topic from where they are, and by doing so they find their voice, their purpose, and their power. Students in BUDL develop a thirst for knowledge and become inspired to seek and utilize new information.
Baltimore Urban Debate League (BUDL) provides debate-based education for 3rd through 12th graders. We partner with schools to have extracurricular debate practices and monthly weekend debate tournaments.

2601 N Howard St Suite 150 Baltimore MD 21218

 (410) 752-2835

  •   Arts
  •   School readiness
  •   Schools & after school programs
  •   Volunteer opportunities
  •   Youth development

Baltimore Youth Arts

Baltimore​​ Youth​​ Arts​​ (BYA)​​ is ​​an ​​arts ​​education ​​and ​​job​ ​readiness ​​program ​​that ​​provides​​creative and​​ entrepreneurial ​​opportunities​​ to​​ youth,​​ with​​ a​​ focus​​ on​​ those​​ who​​ have​​ contact​​ with​​the juvenile​​ or​​ criminal​​ justice​​ systems.​​ Our​​ mission​​ is​​ to​​ assist​​ young​​ people​​ in​​ gaining​​ the​​creative, personal,​​ and​​ educational​​ skills​​ that​​ will​​ enable​​ them​​ to ​​become​​ leaders​​ in​​ their​​communities.​​We believe​​ that​​ the​​ arts​​ are​​ a​​ path​​ towards ​​social,​​ emotional,​​ and​​ educational​​development

116 ​​W.​​ Mulberry ​​St. Baltimore MD 21201

 401-339-8449

  •   Advocacy
  •   Arts
  •   Condoms
  •   Financial literacy
  •   Job readiness
  •   Life skills
  •   School readiness
  •   Schools & after school programs
  •   Volunteer opportunities
  •   Youth development

Baltimore Youth Film Arts (BYFA)

The Baltimore Youth Film Arts Program offers city residents ages 16-29 the opportunity to learn camera skills, refine storytelling techniques, and create films and photographs to be shared at public screenings and exhibits and on the program website.

10 E North Ave Baltimore MD 21218

 (410) 244-8243

  •   Arts
  •   Job readiness
  •   Youth development

Baltimore Youth Kinetic Energy Collective (BYKE)

The Baltimore Youth Kinetic Energy Collective (BYKE) is a youth empowerment after-school program dedicated to personal and professional development through learning bicycle mechanics, safe ridership, community values, and respect.

403 E Oliver St Baltimore MD 21202

 (410) 989-3806

  •   Youth development

Baltimoreans United In Leadership Development (BUILD)

BUILD is a broad-based, non-partisan, interfaith, multiracial community power organization rooted in Baltimore’s neighborhoods and congregations. BUILD is dedicated to making our city a better place for all Baltimoreans to live and thrive. BUILD has worked to improve housing, increase job opportunities, and rebuild schools and neighborhoods, among other issues.

2439 Maryland Ave Baltimore MD 21218

 (410) 528-0305

  •   Advocacy

BARCS

BARCS’s vision is to become a model open admission shelter, a shelter that does not turn away an animal that has no place to go, and a true resource for the people and animals of Baltimore. We envision an animal shelter where all animals in good health and temperament find new homes, where they are housed in a low-stress, comfortable environment, where spay/neuter surgeries are offered at low-cost to the Baltimore community, where residents can turn to in times of personal crisis for help with their pet, where citizens are educated on the proper care of animals, and where abused and neglected animals can receive the love and care they need to recover.

301 Stockholm St Baltimore MD 21230

 (410) 396-4695

  •   Advocacy
  •   Nature & environment

Bea Gaddy Family Centers

The Bea Gaddy Family Center is a community organization that assists with providing food, clothing and other items to needy families throughout the Greater Baltimore Metropolitan Area and throughout Maryland. Free clothes are available for students, men, women, and children.

425 N Chester St Baltimore MD 21231

 (410) 563-2749

  •   Clothing & laundry
  •   Food assistance
  •   Volunteer opportunities

Beautiful Butterflies, Inc.

Beautiful Butterflies, Inc. a 501 (c)(3) is more than an after school enrichment program. It empowers girls to be confident, socially poised, and ambitious by engaging them in their communities, building their self-esteem, imparting social etiquette skills, increasing literacy, and encouraging sisterhood. It is an organization for girls that seeks to nurture the total mind, body, and spirit with an emphasis on poise and grace.

Baltimore MD 21239

 (410) 415-3412

  •   Schools & after school programs
  •   Volunteer opportunities
  •   Youth development

Big Brothers Big Sisters at the Y

A national youth serving organization with the concept of a one-to-one relationship between an adult volunteer and an at-risk child, usually from a one-parent family. Big Brothers Big Sisters at the Y targets the children who need us most, including those living in single parent homes, growing up in poverty, and coping with parental incarceration. We offer a wide variety 1:1 mentoring program that matches adults with children, ages 7 through 16, in need of a positive role model.

3600 Clipper Mill Rd Suite 250 Baltimore MD 21211

 (410) 243-4000

  •   Volunteer opportunities
  •   Youth development

Birth Companions at Johns Hopkins School of Nursing

Birth Companions support women before birth, during labor and birth, and after birth with their continuous presence and complementary interventions. They provide emotional, informational, and physical support to women and serve as an advocate during the entire childbirth process.

Before labor, birth companions will: meet with the woman (and her partner, friend or family member) to become acquainted, discuss priorities, explore any fears and concerns, and plan how they can work best as a team; and help develop a personal birth plan, including preferences regarding pain management, coping with pain and fatigue, and interactions between the woman, partner and family members.

During labor, they will: assist pregnant women in having a satisfying birth experience; advocate for the mother and support her decisions throughout the childbirth process; provide emotional support, physical comfort, and information women often need during labor; help with comfort techniques such as relaxation, massage and positioning; and work only at the woman’s request.

525 N Wolfe St Baltimore MD 21205

 410-614-6458

  •   Parenting
  •   Pregnancy, abortion & adoption

Black Lives Matter DMV

Black Lives Matter DMV is the DC, MD, and Northern VA arm of the global movement striving for the liberation of ALL Black people. It is a collective of organizers, activists, and artists who work to combat anti-blackness and racialized oppression in all of its manifestations as experienced by Black and African diasporic people.

Baltimore MD

 

  •   Advocacy

Black Mental Health Alliance (BMHA)

The primary mission of the BMHA is to provide a forum and promote a holistic, culturally relevant approach to the development and maintenance of optimal mental health programs and services for African Americans and other people of color. Further, BMHA promotes appropriate mental health care, service delivery, provider networks, and theoretical understanding through culturally relevant approaches and models in education and consultation.

 

Baltimore MD

 (410) 338-2642

  •   Trauma, grief & loss

Blind Industries and Services of Maryland

Blind Industries and Services of Maryland (BISM) provides vocational rehabilitation, continuous employment, and other resources to blind adults of Maryland. Youth focused services include the GLIDE (Gaining Leadership, Independence, Direction, and Experience) Program and work to independence programs.

3345 Washington Blvd Baltimore MD 21227

 (410) 737-2600

  •   Job readiness

Boy Scouts of Baltimore

The life lessons learned in Scouting form a foundation to embrace opportunity and overcome obstacles in life. A fun and safe environment to learn and grow while developing interests and skills. Character building and development centered around good morals and values. The chance to learn life skills that help Scouts be successful adults and contributing members of society. Exciting outdoor experiences boys love like hiking, camping, mountain biking, and more.

701 Wyman Park Dr Baltimore MD 21211

 (443) 573-2500

  •   Youth development

Boys & Girls Club of Metropolitan Baltimore (BGCMB)

BGCMB works to create opportunities for all children & youth to get involved in the community and to reach their full potential. We provide a safe place for youth to learn and grow, fostering genuine and ongoing relationships between our youth and caring adult professionals, sponsoring positive, life-enhancing programs, and by promoting character development, hope, and opportunity.
We provide after-school programs in the areas of Academic Success, Good Character & Leadership, & Healthy Lifestyles. Club hours and activities vary from club to club.

1201 S Sharp St Suite 302 Baltimore MD 21230

 (410) 637-3838

  •   Arts
  •   Financial literacy
  •   Food assistance
  •   Nutrition & physical well-being
  •   School readiness
  •   Schools & after school programs
  •   Science, technology, engineering & math (STEM)
  •   Sports & recreation
  •   Volunteer opportunities
  •   Youth development

Boys Coming of Age (BCOA)

BCOA provides tactical self-development and manhood training for African-American adolescent males. Youth are exposed to a pragmatic Rites of Passage process that is designed to aid them in successfully transitioning into adulthood. The program is predicated on serving the emotional, mental, physical, and spiritual needs of young men as a means of building adult competencies. BCOA is a public health tool designed to cultivate healthy male expression, address issues African American boys 12-24 face and guide them toward successful transition into adulthood. BCOA addresses this crisis by placing focus on healthy, pro-social programming in:

  • Achieving skills for optimal living
  • Decreasing behaviors that diminish quality or longevity of life
  • Navigating through confusing adolescent issues
  • Establishing life-enhancing goals
  • Developing coping strategies for dealing with conflict

5413 Biddison Avenue Baltimore MD 21206

 (410) 262-8471

  •   Advocacy
  •   Condoms
  •   Healthy relationships
  •   Life skills
  •   Nutrition & physical well-being
  •   Schools & after school programs
  •   Sexual health education
  •   Youth development

Boys Hope, Girls Hope

Boys Hope Girls Hope helps academically capable and motivated children-in-need to meet their full potential and become men and women for others by providing value-centered, family-like homes, opportunities, and education throughout college.

8005 Harford Rd 101 Suite 101 Baltimore MD 21234

 (443) 503-3463

  •   School readiness

Breaking Down Barriers through Creativity in Community

This program is an opportunity for Baltimore City Public School high school students to work alongside graduate students in the MICA Master of Fine Arts in Community Arts Program to develop innovative arts and social justice based programs with and for community.

1430 Carswell St Baltimore MD 21218

 (410) 952-7003

  •   Advocacy
  •   Arts
  •   Healthy relationships
  •   Job readiness
  •   Nature & environment
  •   School readiness
  •   Schools & after school programs
  •   Volunteer opportunities
  •   Youth development

Building Communities Today for Tomorrow, Inc. (BCTT)

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

 (410) 467-6600

  •   Homeless
  •   Immigrants & refugees
  •   Job readiness
  •   Legal assistance
  •   LGBTQ+
  •   Mental health
  •   Shelter & housing
  •   Substance use & abuse

Bulldog Basketball School

The Bulldog Basketball School is committed to advancing the lives of boys and girls in the Barclay School Community of Baltimore, MD using basketball and academics.

3503 N Charles St Baltimore MD 21218

 (443) 904-0443

  •   Sports & recreation
  •   Youth development

By Peaceful Means

By Peaceful Means offers conflict resolution trainings for social justice organizations and runs a community organizing program for high school students.

2217 14th St NW Washington DC 20009

 [email protected]

  •   Healthy relationships
  •   Youth development

CARES Career Connection at Govans Ecumenical Development Corporation (GEDCO)

GEDCO’s CARES Career Connection serves individuals seeking jobs and pursuing careers by providing one-on-one support from trained staff and volunteers. Services include one-on-one support for resume prep, cover letter writing, application assistance, interview coaching, GED, SSI employment support, and support in other barriers to employment.

1010 E 33rd Street Baltimore MD 21218

 (410) 433-2442

  •   Job readiness

CASA Baltimore

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.

  • CASA provides tax preparation, individual counseling, and workshops on issues such as obtaining identification documents (Individual Tax Identification Number [ITIN], passport, consular identification, and driver’s license), opening a bank account, writing a check, using a debit card, debt analysis, financial planning, and creating a budget. Local banks also visit CASA’s Centers to help members open accounts.
  • CASA provides a variety of legal services for low-income immigrants in housing, employment, and immigration matters. CASA provides its members free legal consults on these matters during weekly intake sessions. Assistance in defending the legal rights of our members is accomplished through mass education sessions, advocacy, individual representation, and impact litigation.
  • Assistance in applying for a variety of immigration benefits before the US Citizenship and Immigration Service (USCIS) including the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program (DACA) where CASA has established itself as the number one non-profit provider in Maryland.

2224 E Fayette St Baltimore MD 21231

 (410) 732-2694

  •   Immigrants & refugees
  •   Latino

Case Management Programs at Family and Children’s Services (FCS)

Many individuals and families reach a crossroad in their lives during which they struggle with environmental pressures that create crises for them, e.g. loss of a job, threatened utility turnoff, homelessness, serious illness that causes job loss. For these people, Family and Children’s Services case managers take a problem solving approach, helping them understand their options and frequently directing them to resources that can help alleviate the current pressures. The case managers also attempt to help these individuals and families plan for the future and take the steps that will help them avoid these kinds of problems in the future.

4623 Falls Rd Baltimore MD 21209

 (410) 669-9000

  •   Homeless

Catherine’s Family and Youth Services Inc.

Catherine’s Family and Youth Services Inc (CFYS) is dedicated to empowering and serving all residents living in Northwest Baltimore City (21215) and surrounding areas. CFYS is dedicated to serving very low, low, and moderate income families, the LGBT community, and youth within our target area. We will provide services that will ultimately improve the quality of life and family dynamic.

Baltimore MD

 (443) 429-0215

  •   Youth development

Catherine’s Cottage – The Salvation Army of Central Maryland

Catherine’s Cottage aims to provide direct services to survivors of human trafficking through a holistic, strength based, trauma, and survivor informed approach. Services include: Housing, Trauma informed counseling, Intensive case management, Life enrichment classes, Support groups, Medical and dental services, Mentoring, and Spiritual discovery. Emergency housing is one of the first steps towards healing for human trafficking survivors. The Salvation Army of Central Maryland partners with other organizations to ensure victims of human trafficking have a place to stay and access to resources to provide a successful second chance.

814 Light St Baltimore MD 21230

 (443) 683-2955

  •   Sex trafficking & support

Center for Addiction Medicine (CAM)

The Center for Addiction medicine (CAM) is an outpatient chemical dependency organization. The mission of the Center for Addiction Medicine is to provide accessible, affordable, and available multi-modality treatment for chemical dependency in Baltimore and the surrounding community.

806 Linden Ave Baltimore MD 21201

 (410) 225-8240

  •   Substance use & abuse

Center for Black Equity – Baltimore

Center for Black Equity – Baltimore works to improve the well-being and quality of life for Black LGBT individuals and their allies by setting a standard of excellence in the Black LGBT community through health and wellness, spiritual and economic empowerment, social justice, and coalition building. We provide a space for Gay, Bi, Same Gender Loving men of color to breakdown barriers and help facilitate personal transformation. We provide support groups, educational programming, faith and spirituality events for Black LGBTQ people and our allies.

2530 North Charles Street 3rdFloor Baltimore MD 21218

 443-814-9395

  •   Advocacy
  •   Condoms
  •   LGBTQ+
  •   Trauma, grief & loss
  •   Volunteer opportunities

Center for Educational Outreach (CEO) at Johns Hopkins University

The Center for Educational Outreach is a team of scientists, engineers and educators dedicated to inspiring and preparing elementary, middle and high school students for exciting science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) college majors and meaningful, high-paying STEM careers.

3400 N Charles St Baltimore MD 21218

 (410) 516-3389

  •   Science, technology, engineering & math (STEM)

Center for Minorities in Science and Engineering (CMSE) at University of Maryland

CMSE staff participates in off-campus career and science fairs as well as hosts elementary and secondary school children on campus for lab tours and hands-on science activities. These programs are a part of the K-12 Pre-College and Summer Programs. Also, see the complete list of Summer Programs offered.

1131 Glenn L. Martin Hall Bldg #088 University of Maryland College Park College Park MD 20742

 (301) 405-3878

  •   Science, technology, engineering & math (STEM)

Center for Urban Families (CFUF)

CFUF maintains an unwavering focus on addressing the key challenges of Baltimore’s urban families by working to connect fathers to their children, creating opportunities for economic and financial security through work, and providing access to other key interventions and supportive services. Our unique service model, Family Stability and Economic Success (FSES), is an integrated and comprehensive approach to addressing the needs of our target population.  Services offered through the FSES Model target two critical areas: chronic unemployment and family instability. Programs include:

  • Supportive Services – inclusive of case management.
  • Economic Success – Pre-employment services to help low-income workers secure employment (STRIVE Baltimore); Job retention and advancement programs to help low-income workers stay employed, advance in the workplace, and move towards family-sustaining wages; Market-driven training and certification programs; Intensive career and family-focused case management; and, through leveraged support; Access to critical work supports and work-related benefits, including transportation subsidies, clothing assistance, and on-site access to a comprehensive supportive service referral system.
  • Baltimore Responsible Fatherhood Project – aimed to increase fathers’ emotional and financial support of their children and families by Increasing child support awareness and management; Improving acquisition and demonstration of parenting skills; Increasing healthy relationships and effective communication & Increasing client job readiness and employability.
  • Couples Advancing Together (CAT) – Provides healthy relationship skill building, employment assistance, and case management services, to couples with children who currently receive public benefits through the Department of Social Services.

2201 N Monroe St Baltimore MD 21217

 (410) 367-5691

  •   Healthy relationships
  •   Job readiness
  •   Parenting

Center Stage

Center Stage is an artistically driven institution committed to engaging, educating, and expanding the horizons of diverse audiences through challenging, bold, thought-provoking classical and contemporary theater.

700 N Calvert St Baltimore MD 21202

 (410) 986-4000

  •   Arts

Charm City Youth Lacrosse League

Founded by Maryland Attorney General Douglas F. Gansler in 2009, the Charm City Youth Lacrosse League is a 501(c) (3) organization that provides lacrosse skills training, league play, and mentoring to underserved Baltimore City youth at no cost.  The League provides recreational enrichment, builds leadership skills, teaches good sportsmanship, offers valuable positive social interaction, and enables participants to forge relationships with leaders from both the Baltimore area business community and civic community. The League also helps participants pursue scholarship opportunities at area high schools.

1500 Union Ave Suite 2500 Baltimore MD 21211

 (410) 961-6790

  •   Sports & recreation

Chesapeake Arts Center

Chesapeake Arts Center uses the arts to excite, educate, engage, inspire, and grow this community’s people, its artists and the region through performances, exhibitions, classes, and collaborations with artists, educators, business and community leaders, and organizations. The center provides educational classes for all ages and all arts interests.

194 Hammonds Ln Brooklyn Park MD 21225

 (410) 636-6597

  •   Arts

Child Protective Services (CPS) in Baltimore

Listing of Child Protective Services in Baltimore to report suspected abuse/neglect of children 24-hour hotline.

1900 N Howard St Suite 102 Baltimore MD 21218

 (410) 361-2235 (24 hours)

  •   Child abuse & support
  •   Sexual assault & support

ChooSmith Youth Empowerment

Choo Smith facilitates positive growth in the lives of youth, their families, and communities through after school tutoring, mentoring, and youth basketball camps.

10045 Red Run Blvd. Suite 120 Owings Mills MD 21117

 (410) 863-7474

  •   School readiness
  •   Schools & after school programs
  •   Sports & recreation
  •   Youth development

Civic Works

Civic Works strengthens Baltimore’s communities through education, skills, development, and community service

2701 St Lo Dr Baltimore MD 21213

 (410) 366-8533

  •   School readiness

Civic Works – Real Food Farm

Real Food Farm works toward a just and sustainable food system by improving neighborhood access to healthy food, providing experience-based education, and developing an economically viable, environmentally responsible local agriculture sector.

2701 St. Lo Dr Baltimore MD 21213

 (443) 531-8346

  •   Nature & environment

Civic Works’ YouthBuild

YouthBuild gives a second chance to Baltimore City youth who have dropped out of high school. We provide construction training and certifications, assistance in earning a high school diploma or GED, and job placement services. Civic Works strengthens Baltimore communities through education, skills development, and community service. We are a non-profit working in Baltimore communities for over 20 years, and we are deeply committed to service.

2701 St. Lo Drive Baltimore MD 21213

 (410) 366-1831

  •   Arts
  •   Financial literacy
  •   Food assistance
  •   Health insurance
  •   Job readiness
  •   Life skills
  •   Mental health
  •   Nature & environment
  •   School readiness
  •   Substance use & abuse
  •   Trauma, grief & loss
  •   Volunteer opportunities
  •   Youth development

Classes for Youth at Everyman Theatre

Everyman Theatre has a resident ensemble of artists from the Baltimore/Washington area dedicated to presenting high quality plays that are affordable & accessible to everyone. Students in grade K-8 can sample from skill building classes focused on drama, music, dance, and design building connections between the professional process and their unique creative energies.

315 W Fayette St Baltimore MD 21201

 (410) 752-2208

  •   Arts

Clothes Closet at Payne Memorial AME Church

The Clothes Closet is open to the community by appointment and general distribution of clothing is on the third Saturday between 2:00-4:00 p.m.

1714 Madison Ave Suite 315 Baltimore MD 21217

 (410) 669-8739

  •   Clothing & laundry

Code in the Schools

We provide a wide range of innovative in-school, after-school, and summer programs in partnership with community organizations, Baltimore City Public School System, local government, and industry. We expose youth to key concepts early, help them develop 21st century skills and capabilities, and build pathways from school to jobs and higher education. Our team of dedicated and knowledgeable instructors travel between 22 partner sites, teaching key skills in under-served areas.

We host our after-school program (Prodigy Program) Monday-Thursday and on occasional Saturdays. We ask students to commit to a minimum of 3 hours a week. Codeworks is hosted during the summer.

10 E North Ave Suite 300 Baltimore MD 21202

 (410) 982-0706

  •   Job readiness
  •   School readiness
  •   Schools & after school programs
  •   Science, technology, engineering & math (STEM)
  •   Youth development

CollegeBound Foundation

CollegeBound works exclusively in Baltimore City public schools to encourage and enable students to pursue a postsecondary education.

300 Water St Suite 300 Baltimore MD 21202

 (410) 783-2905

  •   School readiness

Community Advocates 4 You

Community Advocates for You is a network of professionals, parents, and community advocates who have joined forces to provide person-centered support to individuals with disabilities and their families.  Most of our services are at no cost to our clients.

P.O. Box 113 Owings Mills MD 21117

 443-219-2883

  •   Advocacy
  •   Financial literacy
  •   Foster care
  •   Homeless
  •   Latino
  •   LGBTQ+
  •   Life skills
  •   Parenting
  •   School readiness
  •   Special health care needs

Community Arts Collaborative

CAC is the only program of its kind in Maryland that links artists, communities, and institutions of higher education. Housed in the Office of Community Engagement at MICA, this program places community artists in year-long residencies with nonprofits, schools, and community centers in Baltimore City.

1300 W Mount Royal Ave Suite 110 Baltimore MD 21217

 (410) 225-2504

  •   Arts

Community Assistance Network, Inc (CAN)

The Community Assistance Network, Inc. (CAN)’s mission is to work in partnership with the community to develop, operate, and support programs that reduce vulnerability and promote personal growth, stability and self-sufficiency among low-income residents. We do this by providing shelters, eviction prevention, budgeting, after school and summer programming, weatherization and a food pantry.

Community Assistance Network, Inc. (CAN) operates three shelters. Homeless individuals seeking Emergency Shelter must call the Baltimore County Department of Social Services at 410-853-3000 (prompt #2 for Homeless Screening Unit/Adult Services) in order to be referred to an emergency shelter in Baltimore County.

7900 E Baltimore St Baltimore MD 21224

 (410) 285-4674 

  •   Financial literacy
  •   Food assistance
  •   Healthy relationships
  •   Homeless
  •   Income assistance
  •   Job readiness
  •   Life skills
  •   Nutrition & physical well-being
  •   School readiness
  •   Schools & after school programs
  •   Vision health
  •   Volunteer opportunities
  •   Youth development

Community Asthma Program (CAP) 

The Community Asthma Program (CAP) enrolls Baltimore City children ages 2 to 18 who have trouble managing their asthma. Home visits from trained community health workers help families improve asthma control.

7 E Redwood St. Baltimore MD 21202

 (410) 396-3848

  •   Asthma

Community College of Baltimore County (CCBC)

Apprentices gain an opportunity to work in well-paying jobs such as sheet metal worker, operating engineer, electrical, plumbing and steam fitter, carpentry, and other trades occupations. We partner with union and non-union apprenticeship programs to combine on-the-job training and classroom instruction. Work full-time as an apprentice and take a structured series of courses which includes content that supports the tasks you perform at work. Each apprenticeship offers a specialized program that will take from three to five years to complete and leads to a Journeymen certificate.

  • Available at all locations, a ~130 hour apprenticeship training in construction, plumbing, electrical, and carpentry with job placement services and industry certifications.

800 S Rolling Rd Business Education and Social Sciences Hall, Room 100K Catonsville MD 21228

 (443) 840-4422

  •   Job readiness

Community Conferencing Center (CCC)

The Community Conferencing Center (CCC) is a conflict transformation and community justice organization that provides ways for people to safely, collectively, and effectively prevent and resolve conflicts and crime.CCC is a multi-sector program being conducted in a large American inner-city, offering services for: schools & youth programs, law enforcement, returning from prison, returning from military service, serious crimes conferencing, workplaces, auto-theft, juvenile justice, and neighborhoods.

1500 Union Ave Suite 2700 Baltimore MD 21211

 (410) 889-7400

  •   Healthy relationships
  •   Nature & environment
  •   Youth development

Community Law In Action (CLIA)

CLIA’s introduces Baltimore City students to law and policy while teaching them to be critical thinkers, problem-solvers, active citizens and community leaders. CLIA develops young people to be leaders by connecting them to opportunities to amplify their voices, cultivate their skills, and actively participate in the process of positive community change.

520 W Fayette St Suite 140 Baltimore MD 21201

 (410) 706-3875

  •   Advocacy
  •   Job readiness
  •   Life skills
  •   Youth development

Community Youth Corps at Enoch Pratt Free Library

The Community Youth Corps program prepares teens 13-17 for future employment, academic success and positive interaction by providing meaningful opportunities to earn service learning hours while working at various Enoch Pratt Free Library branches including the Central Library.

400 Cathedral Street Baltimore MD 21201

 (410) 545-3288

  •   Job readiness
  •   Life skills
  •   School readiness
  •   Volunteer opportunities
  •   Youth development

Comprehensive Recovery Program (CRP) at University of Maryland

Services include 6-month extended methadone detox program, individual/group therapy, and case management.

701 W Pratt St Baltimore MD 21201

 (410) 328-5219

  •   Substance use & abuse

Coppermine Fieldhouse

Coppermine offers indoor and outdoor programs that include Lil’ Kickers Soccer, Sports Clinics & Club Teams, Dance, Gymnastics, Birthday Parties, as well as Summer Camps, Winter Camps, and School’s Out Camps! Our main facility is located off of Falls Rd. inside the Beltway, two miles north of the city line. We also offer programs at our Canton waterfront location, DuBurns Arena, and our Cross Keys location, Coppermine Training Center.

1400 Coppermine Terrace Baltimore MD 21209

 (410) 337-7781

  •   Sports & recreation

COR Health Institute

COR Health Institute serves young people and helps them stay healthy, mentally and physically through holistic fitness and martial arts training. COR provides a variety of health programs and services including on/off-site youth fitness programs, boot camps, therapeutic martial arts programs, lectures and community health workshops.

1201 N Collington Ave Baltimore MD 21213

 (410) 262-2996

  •   Nutrition & physical well-being
  •   Sports & recreation
  •   Youth development

Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) of Baltimore

Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) of Baltimore, Inc. serves abused and neglected children by representing their voices in the Baltimore City court system and advocating for their best interests in the judicial, educational, medical and social service communities. CASA of Baltimore recruits, trains, and supervises volunteers appointed to individual foster children by the Baltimore City Juvenile Court. CASA advocates serve as a consistent adult presence by monitoring that child’s well-being and providing objective written recommendations to the court.

4 S Fredrick St Baltimore MD 21202

 (410) 244-1465

  •   Child abuse & support
  •   Foster care
  •   Legal assistance

Creative Alliance

The Creative Alliance builds communities by bringing together artists and audiences from diverse backgrounds to experience spectacular arts and education programs and engage in the creative process. We provide support to area artists, promote Baltimore as a center for creative production, act as a positive force in our community, and advocate for cultural expression rooted in a sense of place.

3134 Eastern Ave Baltimore MD 21224

 (410) 276-1651

  •   Arts

CUPs Coffeehouse

CUPs Coffeehouse is a social enterprise that seeks to empower at-risk youth, build community, and provide great food at reasonable prices. CUPs works with Project I CAN to give Baltimore City youth and young adults opportunities to gain the necessary skills to be successful in the culinary and hospitality industries. Participants receive training to gain the hard and soft job skills that are necessary and applicable in the restaurant field and service industry.

3216 Belair Rd Baltimore MD 21213

 (410) 685-2878

  •   Job readiness

Cylburn Arboretum

Cylburn is one of the largest wooded areas in Baltimore City, making it an important habitat for local plants and animal life. It is a great place for birding and wildflower enthusiasts. Discover the forest and wildlife first hand on more 3.5 miles of trails.

4915 Greenspring Ave Baltimore MD 21209

 (410) 367-2217

  •   Nature & environment

Dayspring, Inc.

Dayspring, Inc. is dedicated to providing educational programs and services that promote high academic achievement and positive developmental outcomes for children and youth.

5351-5353 Park Heights Ave Baltimore MD 21215

 (410) 664-0907

  •   School readiness

Dew More Baltimore Youth Speaks

Dew More Baltimore is dedicated to using spoken word as a tool to increase civic engagement among marginalized communities across Baltimore.

3326 Keswick Rd Baltimore MD 21133

 (443) 850-8177

  •   Youth development

Diamonds On The Rise (DOTR)

Diamonds On The Rise is 501c3 youth development organization located in Baltimore City. We provide youth development enrichment programs and services.
Diamonds On The Rise provides after-school, summer camp, enrichment services, mentoring and tutoring to youth (5-18) and community mental health services to youth and adults (5-18/ 18 and over)

1800 N. Charles St Suite 900 Baltimore MD 21201

 (410) 752-0700

  •   Health insurance
  •   Job readiness
  •   Mental health
  •   Nutrition & physical well-being
  •   Parenting
  •   Schools & after school programs
  •   Volunteer opportunities
  •   Youth development

Digital Harbor Foundation Tech Center

The Digital Harbor Foundation is a youth-maker space providing youth with an opportunity to be creative and productive through a variety of programming.The Digital Harbor Foundation Tech Center is dedicated to providing youth with a space to make, and hands-on, real-world learning opportunities. Our youth programs include month-long elementary school programs, semester-long middle and high school programs, 2 week summer camps, and school day field trips.Tech Center delivers innovative, youth-focused technology education programs in high-growth pathways, ranging from digital fabrication (3D printing) to web development, electronics, and coding.
These programs aim youth toward career-readiness through both tech-skill and soft-skill development (such as innovation, perseverance, self-efficacy).

1045 Light St Baltimore MD 21230

 (443) 681-9384

  •   Job readiness
  •   School readiness
  •   Schools & after school programs
  •   Science, technology, engineering & math (STEM)
  •   Volunteer opportunities
  •   Youth development

Dr. H Bentley Glass Scholarship at Maryland Science Center

The Dr. H. Bentley Glass Scholarship is awarded annually to Baltimore City public high school students who intend to pursue post-secondary STEM (science, technology, engineering, or mathematics) studies at a four-year college or university or two-year college. This year, two $1,500 non-renewable scholarships will be awarded and intended to support each recipient’s education-related expenses. The two scholarship recipients will also receive a paid Summer Internship at the Maryland Science Center.

601 Light St Baltimore MD 21230

 (410) 685-2370

  •   Science, technology, engineering & math (STEM)

Dream Girls Mentoring Program Inc.

It is the mission of this organization to produce Dedicated, Responsible, Educated, Aspiring, and Motivated (DREAM) girls. Being a teenage mother is not an easy task; however, with the assistance of this program, young mothers will gain the support they need to become successful individuals in spite of their circumstances. Dream Girls is dedicated to uplifting, empowering, and educating teenage mothers. Our purpose is to instill positive self images that will enable young women to be confident and successful.

Baltimore MD

 (410) 635-4178

  •   Parenting

DRU/Mondawmin Healthy Families

DRU/Mondawmin Healthy Families Inc. (DRUM) is a non-profit home-visiting agency for families with pregnant women and children under the age of 5. Our holistic program is designed to improve birth outcomes, promote self-sufficiency, and empower caregivers with young children to foster optimal child development.

2100 Eutaw Pl Baltimore MD 21217

 (410) 225-3555

  •   Child abuse & support
  •   Clothing & laundry
  •   Food assistance
  •   Life skills
  •   Nutrition & physical well-being
  •   Parenting
  •   Pregnancy, abortion & adoption
  •   Relationship violence & abuse support
  •   Special health care needs
  •   Volunteer opportunities

Drug Treatment Program (Methadone Maintenance) at University of Maryland

Services include methadone treatment with outpatient counseling, and individual/group therapy.

1001 W Pratt St Baltimore MD 21223

 (410) 837-3313

  •   Substance use & abuse

Druid Heights Community Development Corporation

The Druid Heights Community Development Corporation’s mission is to promote and encourage areas of community development and empowerment through numerous initiatives. The overall goal is to accelerate the revitalization of the neighborhood with self-empowerment, employment, and economic opportunities all while creating a stable and safe community environment. Our mission is to cause, encourage, and promote community self-empowerment through the development of economic, educational, employment and affordable housing opportunities.

2140 McCulloh St Baltimore MD 21217

 (410) 523-1350

  •   Job readiness
  •   School readiness
  •   Schools & after school programs

Dyslexia Tutoring Program

The mission of the Dyslexia Tutoring Program is to teach low-income children and adults with dyslexia or a language-based learning disability to read. This is accomplished through a professional screening assessment and tutoring by volunteers whom we have trained in The Orton-Gillingham method of reading, writing, and spelling. Free one-on-one tutoring for dyslexic children and adults is available.

711 W. 40th Street Suite 310 Baltimore MD 21211

 410-889-5487

  •   Job readiness
  •   School readiness
  •   Schools & after school programs

East Baltimore Youth and Family Services (EBYFS)

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

 410-752-3500 ext 127

  •   Advocacy
  •   Child abuse & support
  •   Food assistance
  •   Homeless
  •   Immigrants & refugees
  •   Income assistance
  •   Job readiness
  •   LGBTQ+
  •   Life skills
  •   Mental health
  •   School readiness
  •   Schools & after school programs
  •   Sexual assault & support
  •   Volunteer opportunities
  •   Youth development

Eastern Community Action Center

The mission of the Baltimore City Community Action Partnership is to reduce poverty by offering opportunities for low-income households through education, financial empowerment, housing and energy services, food resources and capacity building. Programs include Housing and Energy; Financial Empowerment; Food & Nutrition; & Self Sufficiency Case Management.

1400 E Federal St Baltimore MD 21213

 (410) 545-0136

  •   Income assistance

Eastside One-Stop Center

The one-stop centers are full-service facilities, with comprehensive services by staff and workforce partners with expertise in specific job preparation areas. Services include: Recruitment events for job openings, Job search assistance; Resume assistance; Skills training; Internet Access; Digital Learning Labs to learn basic computer skills; Self-service access to fax machines, telephones, copiers, scanners and printers; GED Training; and Criminal record expungement.

3001 E Madison St Baltimore MD 21205

 (410) 396-9030

  •   Job readiness

Echo House

Echo House Multi-Service Center provides substance abuse treatment to adolescents, adults, and seniors. We assist our clients in reaching their optimal level of physical, economic, behavioral, emotional, social and spiritual well-being.

1705 W Fayette St Baltimore MD 21223

 (410) 947-1700

  •   Substance use & abuse

Echo Resource

Echo provides resource development and coordination, training, technical assistance and relationship management to individuals, families and organizations in order to build safe, healthy and supportive communities.

1101 Saint Paul St. Suite 111 Baltimore MD 21202

 (443) 682-9922

  •   Youth development

Education Based Latino Outreach (EBLO)

Education Based Latino Outreach (EBLO) empowers Latinos in our communities to achieve their fullest potential through educational and cultural initiatives. EBLO provides greater educational opportunities to help Latino students succeed in school, increase awareness and acceptance of Latino culture in the Baltimore area, and provide opportunities for Latinos and the Baltimore community to share and interact.

606 S Ann St Baltimore MD 21231

 (410) 563-3160

  •   Latino

Elev8 Baltimore

Elev8 Baltimore provides out-of-school time opportunities, school-based health services, and resources, support and outreach for the families we serve. Elev8 Baltimore partners with schools and the surrounding community to make sure that every student is ready to succeed in high school.

1622 N Carey St Baltimore MD 21217

 (410) 381-7171 

  •   School readiness

Employment Connection Center

Services offered include expertise in specific job preparation areas for job seekers as often as needed until employment is secured; “job seeker workshops” including application assistance, resume writing, and computer skills.

1410 Bush St Baltimore MD 21230

 (410) 396-1052

  •   Job readiness

Engaging Youth Entrepreneurs (EYE) for Change

Engaging Youth Entrepreneurs (EYE) for Change works to empower and prepare youth to become competitive in a global economy through entrepreneurial skill building. At EYE for Change, young people realize that being an entrepreneur is a viable career option just as a doctor, lawyer, or dentist is too. Our three program areas include entrepreneurship, financial literacy, and leadership with an emphasis on volunteerism.

P.O. Box 26564 Baltimore MD 21207

 (443) 478-3277

  •   Financial literacy

English Language Services at Baltimore City Community College (BCCC)

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

 (410) 986-5430

  •   Immigrants & refugees

Environmental Education at Living Classrooms

Environmental Education at Living Classrooms includes the Baltimore Urban Gardening with Students After School Program (BUGS) and Programming at Masonville Cove. The Baltimore Urban Gardening with Students (BUGS) Program works with children from under-served Baltimore City communities throughout the year with an after-school program as well as a summer program.  Programming at Masonville Cove includes creating and managing the Masonville Cove Environmental Education Center, located on Masonville Cove on the Patapsco River’s Middle Branch.

802 S. Caroline Street Baltimore MD 21231

 (410) 685-0295

  •   Nature & environment

Episcopal Refugee and Immigrant Center Alliance (ERICA)

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

 (410) 467-3751

  •   Immigrants & refugees

Esperanza Center Youth Programs

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

 667-600-2943

  •   Advocacy
  •   Child abuse & support
  •   Food assistance
  •   Healthy relationships
  •   Immigrants & refugees
  •   Job readiness
  •   Latino
  •   Life skills
  •   Mental health
  •   School readiness
  •   Schools & after school programs
  •   Sex trafficking & support
  •   Sports & recreation
  •   Volunteer opportunities
  •   Youth development

Eubie Blake Cultural Center

The Eubie Blake National Jazz Institute and Cultural Center brings artists and audiences from diverse backgrounds together. We support, develop, promote and advocate for cultural and educational programming in the visual and performing arts.

Raynfall Dance Program: The Professional Training Program (PTP) is designed for serious dance students ages 7-18 who plan to pursue a career in dance or the allied arts.

The Urban Choral Arts Society is a nonprofit dedicated to improving the achievement and esteem of Baltimore youth through the arts. The program includes weekly arts workshops designed to build discipline, self esteem, and opportunities for achievement along with a mentorship component to teach, mentor, and encourage under-served Baltimore youth who have faced the challenges of neglect and a lack of community resources for decades.

847 N Howard St Baltimore MD 21201

 (410) 225-3130

  •   Arts
  •   Nutrition & physical well-being
  •   Volunteer opportunities
  •   Youth development

Expanded Food & Nutrition Education Program (EFNEP)

Expanded Food and Nutrition Education Program (EFNEP) provides free nutrition education workshops to low-incomes families living in Baltimore City. A series of interactive and culturally appropriate workshops are facilitated to groups by Nutrition Assistants trained in nutrition concepts and community-based education.

Baltimore MD

 (410) 856-1850 ext. 122.

  •   Nutrition & physical well-being

Family and Children’s Services of Central Maryland

Designed to help individuals and families during times of potential instability, whether it is a middle school child not sure of how to respond to the challenges and choices of emerging adolescence, a single mother struggling to raise young children, or caregivers exhausted in trying to maintain an elderly loved one in the community.

4623 Falls Rd Baltimore MD 21209

 (410) 669-9000

  •   Child abuse & support

Family Connections Baltimore at University of Maryland School of Social Work Ruth H. Young Center For Families and Children

Family Connections Baltimore develops, implements, and tests community-based family strengthening services that empower vulnerable families to achieve their safety, well-being, and stability.

525 W Redwood St Baltimore MD 21201

 (410) 706-2764

  •   Parenting

Family Crisis Center of Baltimore County, Inc. 

The Family Crisis Center of Baltimore County, Inc. is a private, non-profit agency whose mission is to provide comprehensive services for those family members experiencing family conflict and family violence, and to provide understanding and consultation to the community at large.

P.O. Box 3909 Baltimore MD 21222

 (410) 285-4357

  •   Child abuse & support

Family Institute at Baltimore City Public Schools

Family Institute offers hundreds of free workshops for parents that Increase understanding of how children learn and develop; Help parents find out what children should be learning; Connect families to community resources for support and enrichment; Provide information about creating a stable environment for learning at home; Strengthen leadership skills; & Enhance personal skills. Workshops take place at schools across the district and at other locations, and are scheduled upon request by school staff. Please speak with the principal at your child’s school about bringing a workshop to the school.

Baltimore MD

 (410) 545-1870

  •   Parenting

Family Support Center at Bon Secours

Bon Secours Community Works’ Family Support Center serves pregnant mothers and families with children up to age three.The Center offers Early Head Start services. At the Center, families receive support, encouragement and resources, such as GED preparation, developmental child care, parenting classes, employment readiness, counseling, tutoring, life skills training and money management.

2000 W Baltimore St Baltimore MD 21223

 (410) 362-3000

  •   Parenting

Family Support Centers Listing at Maryland Family Network

Maryland’s Network of 26 Family Support Centers provide free, comprehensive services to families, targeting parents and their children from birth through age three. The Centers work with parents and their young children to set and achieve goals including healthy social, emotional, cognitive, and physical development for the young child as well as continued education and job readiness for parents.

1001 Eastern Ave Baltimore MD 21202

 (410) 659-7701

  •   Parenting

Family Violence Prevention & Services at Family & Youth Services Bureau

The Family Violence Prevention and Services Program administers the Family Violence Prevention and Services Act (FVPSA), the primary federal funding stream dedicated to the support of emergency shelter and related assistance for victims of domestic violence and their children. Programs listed include Resource Centers, State Domestic Violence Coalitions, and the National Domestic Violence Hotline.

Baltimore MD

 

  •   Relationship violence & abuse support

FazaFam Family Program

FAZAFAM is an innovative dance fitness program designed by Dance & Bmore to help families ‘Bmore’ fit, fun, creative, connected, and free. Packed with original music you’ll love to dance and sing along to as well as classic grooves that remind you of a backyard Family Jam. Fazafam integrates lively games and easy playful moves in styles like Salsa, Disco, Hip-hop Caribbean, Motown, and more. We work at several locations around Baltimore including Movement Lab in Remington and City Arts 2 in Station North

120 W North Ave Suite 201 Baltimore MD 21201

 410-871-8322

  •   Arts
  •   Healthy relationships
  •   Nutrition & physical well-being
  •   Parenting

Featherstone Foundation

Provides a number of services to Baltimore’s Latino community, including programs on computer literacy and financial education, college scholarship opportunities, and a development program to build a bilingual workforce.

11101 Resort Road Suite 107 Ellicott City MD 21042

 (410) 618-1369

  •   Financial literacy
  •   Job readiness
  •   Youth development

Franciscan Center, Inc.

Our programs operate as a “one-stop shop” for families and individual in crisis, helping them to achieve stability by meeting their basic human needs like food and clothing, then empowering them with the tools and resources necessary to build self-sufficient lives.

101 W 23rd St Baltimore MD 21218

 (410) 467-5340 ext. 117

  •   Clothing & laundry
  •   Food assistance
  •   HIV testing
  •   Income assistance
  •   Job readiness
  •   Life skills
  •   School readiness
  •   Volunteer opportunities

FreeState Justice

FreeState Justice is a legal advocacy organization that seeks to improve the lives of low-income lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (“LGBT”) Marylanders.

2526 St. Paul St. Baltimore MD 21218

 (410) 625-5428

  •   Legal assistance
  •   LGBTQ+

Friends of Liberty Rec and Tech Center

The Liberty Rec And Tech Center provides a full slate of supports designed to provide services for students and parents.  The center has GED classes, a full service food pantry, workforce development seminars, after school programming, technology classes, parenting classes, a Head Start program, league basketball and volleyball, ceramics classes, visual arts programming, zumba, dance, aerobics, and fitness classes, a community pool, a sewing circle, and space available for community rentals.

3901 Maine Ave Baltimore MD 21207

 (410) 396-0571

  •   Arts
  •   Food assistance
  •   Nutrition & physical well-being
  •   Parenting
  •   School readiness
  •   Schools & after school programs
  •   Sports & recreation
  •   Youth development

Friends of Patterson Park

Offers free youth and family programming (including soccer, tennis, Zumba, and fitness groups), free events (including Día del Niño, Muevetón, concerts, and more) and volunteer opportunities in Patterson Park. The Friends serve to protect and advocate for Patterson Park as a green space promoting health and wellness where everyone is welcome.

27 South Patterson Park Ave. Baltimore MD 21231

 (410) 276-3676

  •   Arts
  •   Sports & recreation
  •   Youth development

Fulfilling the Promise Consulting Corporation

The Mission of Fulfilling the Promise Consulting Corporation is to empower the youth so that they will begin to believe in the abilities and talents that may be lodged deep within in order for them to possess their rightful places within society.

2735 Guilford Ave Baltimore MD 21218

 (443) 356-6916

  •   Youth development

FutureMakers

We inspire students and educators to innovate and make.

120 W North Ave Suite 301 Baltimore MD 21201

 (202) 683-8609

  •   Science, technology, engineering & math (STEM)

Gaudenzia

Gaudenzia helps people affected by drug and alcohol dependency, mental illness and related conditions to achieve a better quality of life and become accountable individuals. Services include specialty programs for pregnant and parenting mothers, adolescents, and people suffering from co-occurring mental illness and substance abuse.

3643 Woodland Avenue Baltimore MD 21215

 (410) 367-5501

  •   Substance use & abuse

Girl Scouts Leadership Experience

The Girl Scout Leadership Experience is the core of all of the activities and programs we offer girls. As girls participate in activities and experiences that include earning badges, selling cookies, going on exciting trips, exploring the outdoors and doing Take Action projects that make a difference in their communities, girls are developing leadership skills they will use throughout their lifetime.

4806 Seton Drive Baltimore MD 21215

 (410) 358-9711

  •   Arts
  •   Financial literacy
  •   Healthy relationships
  •   Latino
  •   Nature & environment
  •   Nutrition & physical well-being
  •   Schools & after school programs
  •   Youth development

GLCCB (The Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgender Community Center of Baltimore and Central Maryland)

The Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, and Transgender Community Center of Baltimore and Central Maryland is a community-based nonprofit organization founded in 1977. We provide support, education, outreach and advocacy for SGL/LGBTQ individuals and our allies, through programs, services, and resources.The GLCCB provides an affirming space, platforms for free expression, and resources for healthier living.

2530 North Charles St 3rd Floor Baltimore MD 21218

 (410) 777-8145

  •   Advocacy
  •   Arts
  •   Child abuse & support
  •   Clothing & laundry
  •   Condoms
  •   Financial literacy
  •   Food assistance
  •   Healthy relationships
  •   HIV testing
  •   HIV treatment & Ryan White
  •   Homeless
  •   Job readiness
  •   Legal assistance
  •   LGBTQ+
  •   Life skills
  •   Mental health
  •   Nutrition & physical well-being
  •   PEP (Post-Exposure Prophylaxis for HIV)
  •   PrEP
  •   Relationship violence & abuse support
  •   Sex trafficking & support
  •   Sexual assault & support
  •   Sexual health education
  •   Shelter & housing
  •   Special health care needs
  •   STD testing
  •   STD treatment
  •   Substance use & abuse
  •   Trauma, grief & loss
  •   Volunteer opportunities
  •   Youth development

GLSEN Maryland (Gay, Lesbian and Straight Education Network)

GLSEN Maryland works to create safe, affirming schools for LGBTQ youth. We provide outreach and education to students and educators, host events and advocate for positive outcomes for LGBTQ youth.

8 Market Pl. Suite 300 Baltimore MD 21202

 443-509-1108

  •   Advocacy
  •   Healthy relationships
  •   Job readiness
  •   LGBTQ+
  •   Schools & after school programs
  •   Youth development

GO Northwest Housing Resource Center

The GO Northwest Housing Resource Center is a comprehensive HUD certified home ownership counseling and community-based organization whose mission is ensuring healthy, strong neighborhoods by equipping potential and existing residents to obtain, maintain, and/or retain their homes successfully.

2300 Garrison Blvd. Suite 140 Baltimore MD 21216

 (410) 947-0084

  •   Financial literacy

Goodwill Industries of the Chesapeake

Goodwill offers a wide range of training classes, case management and career services all designed to help individuals find employment, improve their skill set or change career paths. Goodwill’s staff seeks to place job seekers in high growth industries with the potential for career growth, living wages and benefits. Each training program is individually tailored so that each person is able to achieve their desired goals. Variety of 6-10 week training classes, case management, and career services; clerical, custodial, and computer training; GED prep; GNA prep and readiness

222 E Redwood St Baltimore MD 21202

 (410) 837-1800

  •   Job readiness

Great Kids Farm

Great Kids Farm facility is in partnership with Baltimore City Public Schools where we educate children from K-12 about sustainable and healthy eating. Their experience at the farm provides exposure to the outdoors, an opportunity to learn about the natural environment and food systems, and is sometimes their only field trip for the year. The farm also provides fresh vegetables and fruits for cafeterias in Baltimore City Schools.

6601 Baltimore National Pike Catonsville MD 21228

 (443) 642-5961

  •   Job readiness
  •   Nature & environment
  •   Nutrition & physical well-being
  •   Science, technology, engineering & math (STEM)

Greater Baltimore Urban League

We have been helping disadvantaged Marylanders gain access to equal opportunity in employment, education, health care, housing and the civic arena.

512 Orchard St Baltimore MD 21201

 (410) 523-8150

  •   School readiness

Habitat for Humanity of the Chesapeake

Habitat for Humanity brings people together to build homes, communities and hope. Habitat for Humanity of the Chesapeake has an open-door policy: All who believe that everyone needs a decent, affordable place to live are welcome to help with the work, regardless of race, religion, age, gender, political views or any of the other distinctions that too often divide people. In short, Habitat welcomes volunteers and supporters from all backgrounds and also serves people in need of decent housing regardless of race or religion. Multiple programs are designed for students and youth.

Homeownership Program: A 12-18 month program for first-time homebuyers who want to own an affordable home in Central Maryland.

HabiCorps: 10.5 month-long hands-on training program for individuals facing employment barriers. HabiCorps Trainees earn a living allowance while building affordable homes with Habitat for Humanity of the Chesapeake.

3741 Commerce Drive Suite 309 Baltimore MD 21227

 (410) 366-1250

  •   Advocacy
  •   Financial literacy
  •   Job readiness
  •   Volunteer opportunities
  •   Youth development

Hampden Family Center After-School Enrichment Program

The mission of the Hampden Family Center is to enrich the lives of Hampden residents through education and professional support, and to encourage individual growth and community fellowship. We provide programs and support services for all who live, learn and work in the community. Here, children enjoy after-school and summer enrichment programs. Adults can participate in literacy classes to brush up on their math, reading and writing skills in preparation for the GED class and exam.

1104 W 36th St Baltimore MD 21211

 (410) 467-8710

  •   Advocacy
  •   Arts
  •   Food assistance
  •   Foster care
  •   Healthy relationships
  •   Homeless
  •   Income assistance
  •   Mental health
  •   Nature & environment
  •   Nutrition & physical well-being
  •   Parenting
  •   School readiness
  •   Schools & after school programs
  •   Sports & recreation
  •   Trauma, grief & loss
  •   Volunteer opportunities
  •   Youth development

Health Care for the Homeless

Health Care for the Homeless works to prevent and end homelessness for vulnerable individuals and families by providing quality, integrated health care and promoting access to affordable housing and sustainable incomes through direct service, advocacy and community engagement.

We have multiple sites for clients to visit depending on their location:

West Baltimore Office
2000 W. Baltimore Street, Suite 247, Baltimore MD 21223
Hours: Mon/Tues/Wed/Fri 8am-5pm; Thurs 8am-12pm

Baltimore County Office
9150 Franklin Square Dr, Suite 301, Baltimore MD 21237
Hours: Mon/Tues/Wed/Fri 8:30am-5pm, closed for lunch 12:30pm-1:30pm; Thurs 8:30am-12:30pm
Phone: 443-703-1468

421 Fallsway Baltimore MD 21202

 (410) 837-5533

  •   HIV treatment & Ryan White
  •   Homeless
  •   Oral health
  •   PEP (Post-Exposure Prophylaxis for HIV)
  •   STD testing

HealthCare Access Maryland (HCAM)

HealthCare Access Maryland connects residents to public health care coverage and helps them navigate services effectively. HCAM programs reflect our dedication to ensuring all Marylanders have equal access to health care and services. Each year, we serve children, pregnant women, parents, childless adults, immigrants, homeless people, youth in foster care, people with substance use disorders, individuals recently released from jail, and many others. Programs and services include:

  • Access to health insurance.
  • Behavioral Health – Outreach and referrals to services and treatment that address substance use disorder, mental illness, and homelessness or housing instability.
  • Care Coordination – Outreach, short-term case management, and advocacy for Baltimore City residents with HealthChoice.
  • MATCH – Providing health care coordination, education, and advocacy to ensure that children in foster care have their medical, dental, and behavioral health needs met.

1 North Charles Street Suite 900 Baltimore MD 21202

 (410) 649-0521

  •   Health insurance

Hearts & Ears Inc.

Hearts & Ears, Inc. is a mental health and wellness center for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Intersex and Questioning individuals with mental health issues and concerns in Baltimore city. We warmly welcome all sexual and gender minorities. People who are dually stigmatized can have a difficult time finding full acceptance from others. Hearts & Ears aims to be a community where LGBTQIA persons can feel safe, supported, and welcomed. Friends, family and community members are encouraged to attend. We are a wellness and recovery center open 32 hours a week as well as weekly support groups which address addictions, mental health and general concerns. Groups are confidential and are facilitated by caring and supportive members with knowledge of the struggles LGBTQIA persons with mental illness face.
We provide one-on-one peer support and have various support groups and activities for our members. We do not require insurance at this time and no appointments are necessary. We work with people ages 18 and older.

611 Park Ave Suite A Baltimore MD 21201

 (410) 523-1694

  •   Arts
  •   Clothing & laundry
  •   LGBTQ+
  •   Mental health

HEBCAC Youth Opportunity Center (HEBCAC-YO)

Historic East Baltimore Community Action Coalition Youth Opportunity Center (HEBCAC-YO) addresses the education, counseling, and career development and training needs of out of school youth in East Baltimore. Our caring and knowledgeable staff provides: on site GED and pre-GED classes; individual and group counseling; career training in high growth industries (such as healthcare, hospitality, and construction); life skills workshops and clubs and other fun social activities. YO! serves out-of-school youth and young adults by providing wide-ranging support services and opportunities for participants to reach their academic and career goals. We also connect youth to other needed wrap-around services such as housing, family support and healthcare by referral.

1212 N Wolfe St Baltimore MD 21213

 (443) 524-2800

  •   Advocacy
  •   Arts
  •   Birth control
  •   Clothing & laundry
  •   Condoms
  •   Financial literacy
  •   Food assistance
  •   Foster care
  •   Health insurance
  •   Healthy relationships
  •   Homeless
  •   Job readiness
  •   Life skills
  •   Mental health
  •   Nutrition & physical well-being
  •   Parenting
  •   School readiness
  •   Sexual health education
  •   Special health care needs
  •   Sports & recreation
  •   Substance use & abuse
  •   Trauma, grief & loss
  •   Volunteer opportunities
  •   Youth development

Here 4 ReEntry

Here 4 ReEntry is a group of returning citizens and community activists who understand the challenges of coming back to Baltimore after incarceration. Here 4 ReEntry is focused around creating a toolset for “returning citizens” to connect socially with one another, learn important information about quality social services, and organize politically to advocate for issues relevant to their lives and their communities.

Baltimore MD

 [email protected]

  •   Advocacy
  •   Life skills
  •   Mental health

Higher

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

 (410) 230-6717

  •   Immigrants & refugees

Hire One Youth

As the private-sector component of YouthWorks, Hire One Youth is a way for local employers to join the city in creating valuable summer employment opportunities for Baltimore’s teens by hiring at least one young person.
Hire One Youth is a program where employers will pay for youths’ wages themselves. Hire One Youth participants get to have a special job-readiness training that will teach them important job skills to help them get better jobs in the future.

101 West 24th Street Baltimore MD 21218

 (410) 396-5627

  •   Job readiness
  •   School readiness

Holistic Life Foundation (HLF)

The Holistic Life Foundation is a Baltimore-based 501(c) (3) nonprofit organization committed to nurturing the wellness of children and adults in underserved communities. Through a comprehensive approach which helps children develop their inner lives through yoga, mindfulness, and self-care HLF demonstrates deep commitment to learning, community, and stewardship of the environment. HLF is also committed to developing high-quality evidence based programs and curriculum to improve community well-being.

2601 N Howard St Suite 130 Baltimore MD 21218

 (410) 235-4300

  •   Advocacy
  •   Arts
  •   Financial literacy
  •   Healthy relationships
  •   Job readiness
  •   Life skills
  •   Mental health
  •   Nature & environment
  •   School readiness
  •   Schools & after school programs
  •   Science, technology, engineering & math (STEM)
  •   Sports & recreation
  •   Volunteer opportunities
  •   Youth development

Hope Forward

Hope Forward (formerly the Maryland Foster Youth Resource Center) connects transitioning foster youth (ages 17-25) with life skills resources and long-term solutions, and empowers youth to create systems change through leadership and advocacy. The purpose of Hope Forward is to help youth make a successful transition from foster care to independence.

1 N Charles St Baltimore MD 21201

 (410) 856-1700

  •   Foster care

House of Ruth Maryland

House of Ruth Maryland provides direct services for victims of intimate partner violence (IPV) and their children. We lead the fight to end violence against women and their children by confronting the attitudes, behaviors and systems that perpetuate it, and by providing victims with the services necessary to rebuild their lives safely and free of fear.
Our services include a 24-hour hotline, emergency shelter, legal services, counseling services, community education and abuse intervention.

2201 Argonne Drive Baltimore MD 21218

 410-889-0840

  •   Healthy relationships
  •   Relationship violence & abuse support
  •   Sexual assault & support

House of Ruth Maryland/ Adelante Familia

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

 (410) 732-2176

  •   Child abuse & support
  •   Healthy relationships
  •   Immigrants & refugees
  •   Latino
  •   LGBTQ+
  •   Parenting
  •   Relationship violence & abuse support
  •   Sex trafficking & support
  •   Sexual assault & support
  •   Shelter & housing
  •   Volunteer opportunities

Immigration Clinic at University of Maryland Carey School of Law

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

 (410) 706-7214

  •   Immigrants & refugees
  •   Legal assistance

Immigration Legal Services at Esperanza Center

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

 667-600-2941

  •   Immigrants & refugees
  •   Job readiness
  •   Legal assistance

Immigration Outreach Service Center (IOSC)

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

 (410) 323-8564

  •   Food assistance
  •   Immigrants & refugees
  •   Income assistance
  •   Job readiness
  •   Latino
  •   Legal assistance
  •   School readiness
  •   Special health care needs

Immunization Program at Baltimore City Health Department

The Baltimore City Health Department’s Immunization Program offers services to help prevent vaccine preventable disease, to conduct disease surveillance, and to provide and monitor immunization related health education and community outreach.

1200 E Fayette St Floor 1 West Baltimore MD 21202

 (410) 396-4454

  •   Immunizations

Impacting Tomorrow Health Center (ITHC)

Impacting Tomorrow Health Center, Co is a Human Services Agency created to improve the quality of life for persons affected by mental health needs through our vocational and innovative family service provisions.

P.O. Box 4736 Baltimore MD 21211

 (443) 218-8282

  •   Healthy relationships
  •   Mental health
  •   Trauma, grief & loss

Ingenuity Project

The mission of the Ingenuity Project is to prepare highly capable and motivated Baltimore students to achieve at nationally competitive levels in mathematics and science. The goal is to give city students the classroom advantages that wealthier county and private schools offer their populations with the expectation that Ingenuity students will take advanced placement courses in high school, attend college, and ultimately be prepared to become leaders in their chosen professions.

1400 W Cold Spring Ln 337 Baltimore MD 21209

 (410) 662-8665

  •   Science, technology, engineering & math (STEM)

International Rescue Committee

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

 (410) 327-1885

  •   Immigrants & refugees

Iraqi Community Development Services (ICDS)

Provides a variety of human and social services to those in need in Baltimore, including refugees and immigrants. Seeks to strengthen communities by strengthening families.

Baltimore MD

 (443) 470-2728

  •   Immigrants & refugees

IRIS Baltimore

A social support group for the Latinx LGBT community and our allies in Baltimore, MD. Meetings are every 3rd Friday of the month from 6:00pm-8:00pm at Adelante Familia.

3734 Eastern Ave. Baltimore MD 21224

 

  •   Latino
  •   LGBTQ+

Irvine Nature Center

Irvine Nature Center offers pro­grams of environmental studies and natural science to children and adults of the greater Baltimore area. We pro­vide these experiential learning op­portunities in many forms. We also welcome visitors to explore our 116 acres of woodlands, wetlands and meadows; enjoy our resident animals; and our interactive exhibit hall free of charge.

11201 Garrison Forest Rd Owings Mills MD 21117

  (443) ­738-9200

  •   Nature & environment

It Takes a Village

It Takes A Village is committed to enriching lives by building strong families, strong schools and even stronger communities. We have several community resources and programs geared to educate and enhance the students and adults in the community including Parenting classes; Young boys mentoring programs; After school programs; Scholarship programs; and Food pantry.

5545 Kennison Ave Baltimore MD 21215

 (443) 579-ITAV (4828)

  •   Youth development

Job Corps

Job Corps is the largest career training and education program in the country for people ages 16 to 24. Job Corps is a free education and training program that helps young people learn a career, earn a high school diploma or GED, and find and keep a good job. Maryland has 2 Job Corps locations: Woodland Job Corps Center and Woodstock Job Corps Center. Other locations exist across the country – each with a variety of training in over 100 hight growth occupations.

  • Students receive hands-on training in more than 100 career areas in fields such as Construction, Business and Finance, Health Care, and Information Technology. They can also participate in on-the-job training at real work sites through work-based learning opportunities.
  • In the academic classroom, students have the opportunity to earn a high school diploma or high school equivalency credential, and learn employability and independent-living skills.
  • 218 N Charles Street Suite 301 Baltimore MD 21201

     (410) 625-8400 Ext. 111

    •   Job readiness
    •   School readiness
    •   Youth development

Job Opportunities Task Force (JOTF)

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

  •   Advocacy
  •   Financial literacy
  •   Job readiness

Johns Hopkins Center for Talented Youth Summer Programs

The Johns Hopkins University Center for Talented Youth identifies and develops the talents of the most advanced K-12 learners worldwide. As part of Johns Hopkins, CTY contributes to the university’s mission by preparing and nurturing the bright young people who will go on to make significant contributions to our world.

5801 Smith Ave Suite 400 McAuley Hall Baltimore MD 21209

 (410) 735-6277

  •   Science, technology, engineering & math (STEM)

Jubilee Arts

Jubilee is a community program providing arts classes to the residents of the Sandtown-Winchester, Upton, and surrounding neighborhoods in Baltimore, Maryland. We offer programming in dance, visual arts, creative writing and ceramics in partnership with the Maryland Institute College of Art, Baltimore Clayworks, area artists and writers, and dancers.

1947 Pennsylvania Ave Baltimore MD 21287

 (410) 728-1199

  •   Arts

Kariz Kids

We specialize in the implementation of high quality music enrichment programs and curricula. Our staff of instructors are all currently working and professionally established recording artists, music producers and musicians. From the stage to the classroom these rock star teachers are passionate about their community and focused on positive change in our youth. At the end of the programs, students walk away with their own product in form of a CD and their music gets uploaded for sharing.

239 N Franklintown Rd Baltimore MD 21223

 (443) 826-9947

  •   Arts

Latino Providers Network, Inc. (LPN)

The mission of the Latino Providers Network. Inc (LPN) is to maximize resources in the Latino community through advocacy, education and networking and to improve the quality, accessibility and cultural competency of public and private services available to the Latino community in the Baltimore Metropolitan Region.

3121 Eastern Avenue Baltimore MD 21224

 (443) 690-1936

  •   Latino

Lawyer Referral and Information Service (LRIS)

The Lawyer Referral and Information Service (LRIS) by the Bar Association of Baltimore City offers confidential, personal and hands-on assistance. LRIS solely operates as a Hotline.

Through our legal hotline, we can offer Volunteer Attorneys to Speak with Daily; Referrals to Qualified Private Attorneys; General Legal Information and Answers; Referrals to Alternative Resources and Programs; & Reduced Fee Services to the Low-Income.

111 N Calvert St Baltimore MD 21202

 (410) 539-3112

  •   Legal assistance

Leaders of A Beautiful Struggle (LBS)

LBS is a grassroots think-tank which advances the public policy interest of Black people, in Baltimore, through: youth leadership development, political advocacy, and autonomous intellectual innovation.

25 W. Fayette St. Baltimore MD 21201

 (410) 374-7683

  •   Advocacy

Leaders of Tomorrow Youth Center (LTYC)

Leaders of Tomorrow Youth Center (LTYC) supports youths, ages 5-18, in the state of Maryland with arts programs that empower them to excel in the arts, academics, and social development. By providing opportunities and resources that otherwise would not be available, LTYC programs build higher self-esteem and self-worth in young people who are yearning for success.

P.O Box 1213 Owings Mills MD 21117

 (443) 261-LTYC (5892)

  •   Arts
  •   Parenting

Learning is for Tomorrow (LIFT)

LIFT is dedicated to providing quality literacy instruction and life-skills training to adult learners and assisting these individuals in becoming self-reliant life-long learners. We provide a learning environment which is supportive and incorporates best instructional practices. LIFT was created to respond to the needs of southeast Baltimore residents who want to improve their basic educational skills.

901 North Milton Avenue, 2nd Floor Baltimore MD 21205

 (410) 522-1705

  •   School readiness

LET’S GO Boys and Girls (STEM)

Founded in 2009 by Dr. Clark “Corky” Graham, LET’S GO Boys and Girls, Inc. (LET’S GO) set out to alleviate poverty through STEM education and long-term work force development.We partner with schools and youth organizations interested in offering STEM to their students and provide the materials, training, and support necessary to implement fun, hands-on STEM curricular activities. As a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, we focus our efforts on bringing high quality STEM programs into the hands of underserved students.

19 Harness Creek View Court Annapolis MD 21403

 

  •   Science, technology, engineering & math (STEM)
  •   Youth development

Liberty’s Promise

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

 (443) 983-7228

  •   Financial literacy
  •   Immigrants & refugees
  •   Job readiness
  •   Latino
  •   School readiness
  •   Schools & after school programs
  •   Volunteer opportunities
  •   Youth development

LIGHT Health & Wellness Comprehensive Services, Inc.

LIGHT Health & Wellness Comprehensive Services, Inc. provides comprehensive services to economically disadvantaged children, younger and older adults and families who are impacted by HIV/AIDS. Services encompass: child care; psychosocial services; client advocacy; cultural and recreational activities for families; community outreach; and education and prevention services. Services for youth include:Provides comprehensive services to economically disadvantaged children, younger and older adults and families who are impacted by HIV/AIDS. Services encompass: child care; psychosocial services; client advocacy; cultural and recreational activities for families; community outreach; and education and prevention services. Services for youth include:

  • M Group – a male focused group for all young gay and bisexual men to discuss social issues and build a brotherhood with other young gay or bisexual men.
  • Youth/Young Adult Matters (YYAM) – provides comprehensive supportive services to youth and young adults who are infected/impacted by HIV/AIDS. The group serves as an outlet for teens and young adults to share and learn with peers who are going through similar issues.

2200 North Monroe St Baltimore MD 21217

 (443) 524-0220

  •   Advocacy
  •   Condoms
  •   Healthy relationships
  •   LGBTQ+
  •   Pregnancy, abortion & adoption
  •   Sexual health education

Listing for Legal Help by Pro Bono Resource Center (PBRC) of Maryland

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

 (410) 837-9379

  •   Immigrants & refugees

Living Classrooms Foundation

Living Classrooms Foundation strengthens communities and inspires young people to achieve their potential through hands on education and job training, using urban, natural, and maritime resources as “living classrooms.”

Program Locations (after-school programs):

The UA House at Fayette (1100 E. Fayette St),
The POWER House Community Center (316 S. Caroline St),
The Park House (200 S. Linwood Ave),
BUGS (802 S. Caroline St),
Fresh Start (802 S. Caroline St),
Workforce Development Center (1100 E. Fayette St),
The Adult Resource Center (901 N. Milton Ave),
Masonville Cove Environmental Education Center (1000 Frankfurst Ave)

1417 Thames Street (main offices) Baltimore MD 21231

 410.685.0295

  •   Arts
  •   Birth control
  •   Condoms
  •   Financial literacy
  •   Healthy relationships
  •   Job readiness
  •   Legal assistance
  •   Life skills
  •   Nature & environment
  •   Nutrition & physical well-being
  •   School readiness
  •   Schools & after school programs
  •   Sexual health education
  •   Special health care needs
  •   Sports & recreation
  •   Substance use & abuse
  •   Volunteer opportunities
  •   Youth development

Loving Arms Inc.

Loving Arms, Inc. is a 501 (c) (3) community based organization located in Baltimore City, Maryland. We provide short term, safe and nurturing shelter and supportive services (both residential and non-residential) to unaccompanied, homeless children, and young adults, age 12 to 24. These children are known as throwaways, runaways, homeless, or unstably housed children, many who are victims of human and Domestic Minor Sex Trafficking (DMST).

3313 Oakfield Ave Gwynn Oak MD 21207

 410-367-5869

  •   Advocacy
  •   Arts
  •   Child abuse & support
  •   Clothing & laundry
  •   Condoms
  •   Financial literacy
  •   Food assistance
  •   Health insurance
  •   Healthy relationships
  •   HIV treatment & Ryan White
  •   Homeless
  •   Income assistance
  •   Job readiness
  •   Latino
  •   LGBTQ+
  •   Life skills
  •   Mental health
  •   Nutrition & physical well-being
  •   Oral health
  •   Parenting
  •   Pregnancy, abortion & adoption
  •   School readiness
  •   Schools & after school programs
  •   Shelter & housing
  •   Sports & recreation
  •   Substance use & abuse
  •   Trauma, grief & loss
  •   Vision health
  •   Volunteer opportunities
  •   Youth development

Loyola Clinical Centers (LCC)

The Loyola Clinical Centers (LCC) provides affordable state-of-the-art facilities and treatment for people experiencing difficulties in the areas of psychology, pastoral counseling, literacy, hearing, speech, and language. LCC provides audiology, literacy, and speech-language pathology programs, as well as support for learning disabilities, difficult emotions, and other mental health needs. At the Loyola Clinical Centers, we are devoted to making care — not cost — the primary focus of each service. Reduction of fees is available through our sliding scale to those who demonstrate financial need. Affordable service means that we will work with you to provide the help that you, your child, or your family needs.

5911 York Road Suite 100 Baltimore MD 21212

 (410) 617-1200

  •   Mental health
  •   School readiness
  •   Special health care needs

Lutheran Immigration and Refugee Services

Advocates for migrants and refugees. Services and advocacy fall into five concrete categories of activity: basic human needs, protection and justice, children and families, integration, leadership and influence.

700 Light St Baltimore MD 21230

 (410) 230-2700

  •   Immigrants & refugees
  •   Latino

Making All the Children Healthy in Foster Care (MATCH)

HealthCare Access Maryland (HCAM) provides health care coordination, education, and advocacy services to make sure Baltimore City children in foster care receive the health care they need. Through MATCH, we serve every child placed in foster or kinship care in the city, working closely with caseworkers from the Baltimore City Department of Social Services (BCDSS) and foster or kinship parents. MATCH is a collaborative project with the Baltimore City Department of Social Services that provides health care coordination to Baltimore City children in foster or kinship care, assuring that they get the health care services they need.

1 North Charles Street Suite 900 Baltimore MD 21201

 (443) 423-5960

  •   Foster care

Maryland American Lung Association

Take a course to help you stop smoking or manage your asthma.

211 E Lombard St. Suite 260 Baltimore MD 21202

 (302) 565-2073

  •   Substance use & abuse

Maryland Association of Nonpublic Special Education Facilities (MANSEF)

The Maryland Association of Nonpublic Special Education Facilities (MANSEF) represents more than 90 nonpublic sschools throughout Maryland that serve students with a range of disabilities. Our schools serve young people with physical, emotional and developmental needs that cannot be adequately met in public schools. MANSEF schools are an integral part of Maryland’s highly ranked educational system, providing high-quality educational opportunities and support services to Maryland children and youth with disabilities.

6501 N Charles St Towson MD 21204

 (410) 938-4413

  •   Special health care needs

Maryland Children Health Premium Program (MCHP Premium)

Maryland Children Health Premium Program (MCHP Premium) gives full health benefits for children up to age 19. MCHP enrollees obtain care from a variety of Managed Care Organizations (MCOs) through the Maryland HealthChoice Program. Those eligible for MCHP are children under age 19, who are not eligible for Medicaid, whose modified adjust gross income is at or below 300% of the federal poverty level (FPL); and who are uninsured.

201 E Preston St Baltimore MD 21202

 1-855-642-8572

  •   Health insurance

Maryland Department of Human Services (DHS)

As the state’s primary social service provider, the Maryland Department of Human Services serves over one million people annually. The Department, through its 24 local departments of social services, pursues opportunities to assist people in economic need, provide preventive services, and protect vulnerable children and adults in each of Maryland’s 23 counties and Baltimore City.

311 West Saratoga St Baltimore MD 21201

  •   Financial literacy
  •   Food assistance
  •   Foster care
  •   Job readiness
  •   Legal assistance
  •   Life skills
  •   School readiness
  •   Shelter & housing
  •   Special health care needs
  •   Youth development

Maryland Educational Opportunity Center (MEOC)

MEOC is a federally-funded, community-based program that provides comprehensive information, advising and technical assistance to low income adults and youths interested in going to college or postsecondary training programs.

2305 North Charles Street Suite 101 Baltimore MD 21218

 410-728-3400

  •   Financial literacy
  •   School readiness

Maryland FoodBank FoodWorks Program

The FoodWorks Program offers a fresh start to low-income individuals with 12-weeks of intense culinary training. Students learn basic cooking skills while converting fresh produce and other perishable foods into healthy meals for distribution to those in need. Over the course of 12-weeks, students participate in a curriculum that includes fundamental culinary techniques, nutrition, menu planning and job-seeking skills.

2200 Halethorpe Farms Rd Baltimore MD 21227

 (410) 737-8282

  •   Job readiness
  •   Nutrition & physical well-being

Maryland Hunger Solutions

Maryland Hunger Solutions is a non-profit working to end food insecurity in Maryland. MDHS offers services such as SNAP application and case assistance, assistance finding food resources in the state, and educating community members and partners on the federal nutrition programs.

711 W 41st St Suite 360 Baltimore MD 21211

 (410) 528-0021

  •   Food assistance

Maryland Legal Aid

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

 (410) 951-7777

  •   Immigrants & refugees
  •   Legal assistance

Maryland New Directions

Maryland New Directions (MND) is a 44-year-old award winning non-profit organization offering no-cost employment coaching and specialized career training programs for Baltimore area residents, ages 18-60 years of age. MND works with over 350 motivated job-seekers annually, most of whom face significant obstacles in finding a job or establishing a new career.
Our holistic approach and valuable employer partnerships create opportunity for long-term careers and remarkable outcomes that include industry recognized credentials, a livable wage ($12.25/hourly average), and an impressive employment retention rate of 82.5% (1 yr) for our graduates

2700 N Charles St Suite 200 Baltimore MD 21218

 (410) 230-0630

  •   Job readiness
  •   Volunteer opportunities

Maryland Science Olympiad

The mission of Maryland Science Olympiad is dedicated to teamwork provided by fun science and technology competitions that build team skills and highlight the value that diversity brings to a team.

7500 Prospect Dr Frederick MD 21702

 (301) 514-4555

  •   Science, technology, engineering & math (STEM)

Maryland Special Needs Advocacy Project (MDSNAP)-Center for Jewish Education

MDSNAP provides free special education advocacy and referrals. We help families prepare for IEP and IFSP meetings, and provides IEP advocacy. While focused on the Jewish community, we field questions from the entire Baltimore community.

5708 Park Heights Ave Baltimore MD 21215  

 (410) 735-5000

  •   Advocacy
  •   School readiness

Maryland Suspension Representation Project (MSRP)

The Maryland Suspension Representation Project provides legal advice and representation to students facing suspension or expulsion to ensure that they have the best chances of staying in school. It is a partnership of Public Justice Center, Disability Rights Maryland, Office of the PublicDefender, and Youth, Education and Justice Clinic at University of Maryland School of Law.

Baltimore MD

 443-873-3531

  •   Advocacy
  •   Legal assistance

Maryland Volunteer Lawyers Service (MVLS)

MVLS provides pro bono civil legal services for low to moderate income Marylanders.

201 N Charles St Suite 1400 Baltimore MD 21201

 410-539-6800 (admin)

  •   Legal assistance
  •   Sex trafficking & support

Maryland WIC Program

The Maryland WIC Program is a supplemental nutrition program for women, infants and children under the age 5. WIC is a federally funded program that provides healthy supplemental foods and nutrition counseling for pregnant women, new mothers, infants and children under age five.

201 W Preston St Baltimore MD 21201

  •   Nutrition & physical well-being
  •   Parenting

Mayor’s Crisis Resource Hotline (Baltimore Crisis Response)

Single phone number for Baltimore City residents to use for substance use and mental health crisis calls, services and treatment, and information. The line will be answered 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, giving people in need of help the opportunity to talk to a trained professional at any time.

Baltimore MD

 (410) 433-5175

24/7 Referral and intake is available online

  •   Crisis
  •   Mental health
  •   Substance use & abuse

Mayor’s Office of Employment Development (MOED)

MOED’s Youth Services division provides the City’s future workforce with the tools they need to succeed in careers in local high-growth industries. The division operates Baltimore City’s Youth Summer Jobs Programs, as well as job-training opportunities through Youth Opportunity Baltimore and Youth Partner Programs.

101 West 24th St Baltimore MD 21202

 (410) 396-6722

  •   Job readiness
  •   Life skills
  •   School readiness

Mayor’s Office of Immigrant and Multicultural Affairs (MIMA)

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

 (410) 396-8056

  •   Advocacy
  •   Financial literacy
  •   Healthy relationships
  •   Immigrants & refugees
  •   Job readiness
  •   Latino
  •   Mental health
  •   Schools & after school programs
  •   Shelter & housing
  •   Special health care needs
  •   Trauma, grief & loss
  •   Youth development

Men and Families Center

The Men and Families Center improves the quality of relationships between fathers and their children, thus enhancing the preservation of families and community. The Center is a nexus of the Greater East Baltimore community, creating greater access to services and a community awareness for residents. We address specific needs through a holistic array of services that are designed to meet men or women where they are and move them towards self empowerment.

2222 Jefferson St Baltimore MD 21205

 (410) 614-5353

  •   Condoms
  •   Parenting
  •   Sexual health education

Mentoring Male Teens in the Hood

Mentoring Male Teens in the Hood is a group mentoring program serving Kings between the ages of 8 and 18 who live in the Baltimore Metropolitan area since 1996 where education, speakers, trips, sporting events, health forums, conflict resolution, STD and AIDS workshops, and real conversations about the ‘Hood’ come together to build strong Kings and prepare them to compete in a society that too often allows them to slip through the cracks. The program has real life” conversations about topics that impact our community.

2100 N Monroe St 2nd Floor Baltimore MD 21216

 (410) 852-8013

  •   Birth control
  •   Condoms
  •   Financial literacy
  •   Foster care
  •   Homeless
  •   Life skills
  •   Mental health
  •   Nutrition & physical well-being
  •   School readiness
  •   Sexual health education
  •   Sports & recreation
  •   Volunteer opportunities
  •   Youth development

Mi Espacio

Mi Espacio is an after school leadership and enrichment at CASA for Latino high school students in Baltimore City. The program strives to build the next generation of Latino youth leaders by combining academic support with life skills including workforce development, financial literacy and health education, with civic leadership development and social justice training, including public speaking, advocacy, conflict resolution, antiracism training, and community service.

2224 East Fayette St. Baltimore MD 21231

 (443) 732-2694

  •   School readiness

Mosaic Community Services

Mosaic Community Services transforms lives through comprehensive health services for people with mental illness and addictions.

6501 N Charles St Baltimore MD 21204

 (410) 938-3000

  •   Substance use & abuse

Muse 360 Arts

Muse 360 Art’s mission is to provide Baltimore youth of diverse backgrounds with high quality arts education that inspires them to reach their full potential. We achieve our mission through our three signature programs: Rayn Fall Dance Studio™, Spark of Genius: Youth Entrepreneur Project™, and Dancing Many Drums: Arts Education Project™.

847 N Howard St Baltimore MD 21201

 (443) 972-0070

  •   Arts

My Brother’s Keeper

My Brother’s Keeper aims to increase employment among young adults in Irvington. We provide access to the assistance of Baltimore City agencies and non-profit job assistance programs, as well as access to local businesses and employers. We seek to transform the community by changing the attitudes towards employment and education. By providing better options for employment, emphasizing continued education and sharing resources among partners, we can make the Irvington community not only a better place to work, but a better place to live. Comprehensive services for job seekers; job postings board, resume writing and computer skills; group sessions and information sessions with different organizations/companies.

4207 Frederick Ave Baltimore MD 21229

 (667) 600-2950

  •   Job readiness

National Pike Health Center, Inc.

National Pike Health Center offers mental health services throughout the Baltimore area for adults, adolescents and children through both outpatient therapy and psychiatric rehabilitation programs.

5411 Old Frederick Rd, Suite 13 and 14 Baltimore MD 21229

 (410) 744-8100

  •   Mental health

Nawal Rajeh Peace Camp

The Nawal Rajeh Peace Camp operates each summer in Baltimore City and has served an upward of 200 families to date. Peace Camp’s curriculum focuses on two major fields of peace education – the personal and the global. Campers engage in a number of activities, educational and recreational, that help increase communication skills, anger management, conflict resolution, and problem solving skills.

2217 NW 14th St Washington DC 20009

 

  •   Sports & recreation
  •   Youth development

NB Youth Academy

NB Youth Academy is a youth development organization formerly known as New Beginnings Youth Development & Coaching Program. Our youth development program provides wrap around services that include mentoring, career and life coaching, leadership and character development and community youth engagement projects.

3220-A The Alameda Baltimore MD 21218

 1 (800) 425-0757

  •   Life skills

New Lens

New Lens is a youth driven social justice organization working to assist youth in making art and media about often-underrepresented perspectives that makes art and media about issues where a youth perspective can inspire change. The work is used to address systemic problems, facilitate dialogue, shift perspectives and stimulate action. We work on a variety of social issues including employment, justice, health and education issues. We produce art and media on commission, teach youth in schools and communities and advocate for issues that impact young peoples lives and employ youth as leaders.

2401 Eutaw Place Baltimore MD 21217

 (410) 383-7200

  •   Arts

New Pathways

New Pathways educates and empowers disconnected young adults to overcome the obstacles placed in their path that prevent them from reaching their full potential. We help teenagers aging out of the foster care system and serve young adults between the ages of 16 and 24 who are at risk of falling behind, or worse, losing their way altogether.
We provide independent living programs for foster youth and foster parenting youth ages 17-21 (State-wide) and workforce development services for disconnected youth ages 18-24 in Baltimore City and County.

1045 Taylor Avenue Suite 21 Towson MD 21286

 (667) 206-5236

  •   Financial literacy
  •   Foster care
  •   Homeless
  •   Income assistance
  •   Job readiness
  •   Life skills
  •   Mental health
  •   Parenting
  •   School readiness
  •   Volunteer opportunities
  •   Youth development

Northern Community Action Center

The mission of the Baltimore City Community Action Partnership is to reduce poverty by offering opportunities for low-income households through education, financial empowerment, housing and energy services, food resources and capacity building. Programs include Housing and Energy; Financial Empowerment; Food & Nutrition; & Self Sufficiency Case Management.

5225 York Road Baltimore MD 21212

 (410) 396-6084

  •   Income assistance

Northwest Community Action Center

The mission of the Baltimore City Community Action Partnership is to reduce poverty by offering opportunities for low-income households through education, financial empowerment, housing and energy services, food resources and capacity building. Programs include Housing and Energy; Financial Empowerment; Food & Nutrition; & Self Sufficiency Case Management. Offers assistance with utilities and tax preparation as well as provides case management/ referral services. This program can provide emergency food when available.

3939 Reisterstown Rd Baltimore MD 21215

 (410) 367-1896

  •   Income assistance

Northwest One-Stop Center

The one-stop centers are full-service facilities, with comprehensive services by staff and workforce partners with expertise in specific job preparation areas. Services include: Recruitment events for job openings, Job search assistance; Resume assistance; Skills training; Internet Access; Digital Learning Labs to learn basic computer skills; Self-service access to fax machines, telephones, copiers, scanners and printers; GED Training; and Criminal record expungement

2401 Liberty Heights Ave Mondawmin Mall, Ste. 302 Baltimore MD 21215

 (410) 396-7873

  •   Job readiness

Npower

Runs Tech Fundamentals, a FREE program, for young adults (age 18-25), providing technology training, career development, and an opportunity to participate in paid internships in the Baltimore area.

1101 W. Pratt St. Suite 1A Baltimore MD 21223

 (443) 863-7252

  •   Job readiness
  •   Science, technology, engineering & math (STEM)
  •   Youth development

Office of Community Services at Morgan State University

The Office of Community Service develops and implements dynamic community service programs that boldly address the educational, social, cultural, and recreational needs of the under-represented, and the educationally “at risk.” Available middle school and high school programs are described.

Montebello Complex, C-209 1700 East Cold Spring Lane Baltimore MD 21251

 (443) 885-4328

  •   School readiness

One Hundred Black Men, Inc

One Hundred Black Men of Maryland is dedicated to the uplifting of the African American community through national umbrella services known as “Mentoring the 100 Way Across a Lifetime.” We are an autonomous chapter of an international network of men striving to elevate the opportunities for our people through radical improvements in health, education and wealth. One component of the organization is the mentoring program that provides a support network and positive role models for young black males, elementary through high school. It is principally an internal mentoring program in which members are paired one-to-one with students.

4413 Liberty Heights Ave Gwynn Oak MD 21207

 (410) 664-6726

  •   Youth development

Our D.R.E.A.M. (Developing Resources to Empower All Minds) Foundation

The Our D.R.E.A.M. (Developing Resources to Empower All Minds) Foundation is aimed at entrepreneurial and financial literacy education for youth in underserved communities. Through its programming Our D.R.E.A.M. gives its students access to information, resources, and mentorship that develop their leadership and communications skills and fuels their entrepreneurial spirit.

Baltimore MD

 [email protected]

  •   Financial literacy

Our Daily Bread Hot Meal Program

Our Daily Bread is Maryland’s hot meal program, serving more than a quarter million meals to the hungry of Baltimore City each year. We serve nutritious lunches every day of the year and breakfast to seniors and individuals with disabilities each weekday.

725 Fallsway Ave Baltimore MD 21202

 (677) 600-3400

  •   Food assistance

Our Legacy Inc

Our Legacy facilities the growth and empowerment of upstanding, educated and productive young people through various programs for at-risk youth. Programs include EMERSE: Establishing a Mindset for Educational Resilience so Students can Excel; PRIDE: Parenting Resources Intended to Develop and Educate; and STARS, a 10-month literacy and English language learning program.

10 E North Ave Baltimore MD 21218

 (443) 351-8054

  •   Parenting
  •   School readiness
  •   Youth development

Out For Justice

Out For Justice is an ex-offender, member led organization that promotes policy reform of policies that adversely affect the ex-offender re-entering into society successfully. Out For Justice strives to change the perception of the ex-offender by promoting the 3 Es, education, empowerment, and engagement. Out For Justice educates the community and its member base on the legislative process.

1400 E. Federal Street Baltimore MD 21213

 (443) 563-2123

  •   Legal assistance

Outdoor Recreation by Baltimore City Recreation & Parks (BCRP)

Baltimore City is home to almost 4,600 acres of parkland, three stream valleys, and miles of bike and natural surface trail. We have over 25 miles of Waterfront Park, over two dozen public boat launches, crabbing and fishing piers, and one of the largest urban wilderness areas on the east coast. With so many natural resources, BCRP continues to develop and expand outdoor and nature recreational opportunities. They include camping, canoeing, kayaking, boating, sailing, hiking, biking, trail and cross-country running, fishing and crabbing, birding, wildlife viewing, horseback riding, rollerblading, disc golf, kiting, climbing, sledding, cross-country skiing, challenge courses, mountain boarding and more!

Baltimore MD

 (443) 984-4058

  •   Sports & recreation

Outpatient Addiction Treatment Services (OATS) at University of Maryland

Services include substance abuse counseling, individual/group therapy, acupuncture, methadone or buprenorphine.

701 W Pratt St 1st Floor Baltimore MD 21201

 (410) 328-6600

  •   Substance use & abuse

Overlea Nature

Want to learn more about bugs and fossils? Or take a watercolor class? How about learning how to install your own rain barrel? Check out all the activities and programs at our 3 wonderful community nature & cultural centers, and bring out your inner artist, scientist or environmentalist!

Baltimore MD

 

  •   Nature & environment

P-TECH Program

The P-TECH Program “Pathways in Technology Early College High School” creates a school-to-industry pipeline for students in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics fields. The program also partners with Baltimore City Public Schools and Baltimore City Community College.

Baltimore MD

 

  •   Science, technology, engineering & math (STEM)

Parent and Youth Empowerment Program (PYEP)

The PYEP is designed to work with parents and guardians whose children are arrested in Baltimore City and deemed to be releasable; however, parents/guardians have either refused or are unavailable to pick up their children from the Baltimore City Juvenile Justice Center. PYEP staff works with the needs of the parents to enable reconnection with their children and assumption of parental responsibility. In addition, PYEP connects the parent and child with community-based services based on their needs.

300 N Gay St 1st Floor Intake Department Baltimore MD 21202

 (443) 263-2744 

  •   Parenting

Park Heights Renaissance (PHR)

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

  •   Advocacy
  •   Nature & environment
  •   Nutrition & physical well-being
  •   School readiness

Parks & People Foundation

The Parks & People Foundation is dedicated to supporting a wide range of recreational and educational opportunities

2100 Liberty Heights Ave Baltimore MD 21217

 (410) 448-5663

  •   Nature & environment

Patterson Park Audubon Center

Patterson Park Audubon Center is a leader in environmental education, urban bird conservation, and community development projects in southeast Baltimore and operates in partnership with many local organizations and neighbors.Teaching students the story of migrating birds that stop to rest and refuel in this urban oasis and engaging residents in greening their neighborhoods while helping birds, Audubon connects people with nature.
Through education programs and community stewardship activities, Patterson Park Audubon Center is improving the vibrancy of Baltimore City and increasing the habitat for its wildlife

2901 E Baltimore St Box 2 Baltimore MD 21224

 (410) 558-2473

  •   Job readiness
  •   Nature & environment
  •   Schools & after school programs
  •   Science, technology, engineering & math (STEM)
  •   Volunteer opportunities

Patterson Park Youth Sports and Education Center

Living Classrooms Foundation operates a sports and education center located in Patterson Park which serves youth from area schools that did not previously have athletic facilities. The Patterson Park Youth Sports and Education Center includes a new, multi-purpose, turf field located on what is known as Utz Twardowicz Field, and an educational building that provides programming year-round. Programming includes an after school program for middle school students, physical education, nutrition education, family and community wide health events and provision of healthy snacks and meals.

200 S Linwood Ave Baltimore MD 21224

 (410) 878-0563

  •   Sports & recreation

Paul’s Place, Inc

Paul’s Place is a catalyst and leader for change, improving the quality of life in the Washington Village/Pigtown neighborhood and the surrounding Southwest Baltimore communities. Paul’s Place provides programs, services and support that strengthen individuals and families, fostering hope, personal dignity and growth.

1118 Ward St Baltimore MD 21230

 (410) 625-0775

  •   Advocacy
  •   Arts
  •   Clothing & laundry
  •   Food assistance
  •   Healthy relationships
  •   Life skills
  •   Nature & environment
  •   Nutrition & physical well-being
  •   Schools & after school programs
  •   Sexual health education
  •   Special health care needs
  •   Youth development

People 4 People Productions

Our mission is to help close the skills gap deficiency that America faces. Our programs build 21st century skills young people need to fill high-demand, high-skilled, high-wage earning careers as video producers and directors.

1 E Chase St Studio 1134 Baltimore MD 21202

 (443) 986-5990

  •   Job readiness

People Accessing Continued Employment (PACE) by Baltimore Housing

PACE (People Accessing Continued Employment) assists Baltimore Housing residents with obtaining and maintaining employment. Services include direct job placement, post-placement support, skills training, job replacement and job retention services (help with keeping your job). PACE designs programs specifically for those who are newly employed and in need of support, as well as those who have been out of the workforce for extended periods of time.

201 N Aisquith St Baltimore MD 21202

 (410) 545-0921

  •   Job readiness

Planet Fitness

We at Planet Fitness are here to provide a unique environment in which anyone and we mean anyone can be comfortable. A diverse, Judgement Free Zone® where a lasting, active lifestyle can be built. Our product is a tool, a means to an end; not a brand name or a mold-maker, but a tool that can be used by anyone. In the end, it’s all about you. As we evolve and educate ourselves, we will seek to perfect this safe, energetic environment, where everyone feels accepted and respected.

100 S Charles St Baltimore MD 21201

 (443) 388-9962

  •   Nutrition & physical well-being

Play More B’More

Play More B’More mobilizes multi-sector partnerships to put kids first; giving underserved youth an opportunity to lead the creation of kid-friendly communities.

Baltimore MD

 

  •   Youth development

Potential Me

Our mission is to provide disadvantaged women with the tools needed to obtain a career and gain financial independence. We support women who are in college, trade school, the work force, and military bound, as well as their families and local communities

8721 Lackawanna Ave. Baltimore MD 21234

 (410) 458-3961

  •   Job readiness

POWER House Community Center at Perkins Homes

POWER (Providing, Opportunities, to Work, Expand, and Rise) House Community Center is a year-round out-of-school time program that provides services in five core areas: Education and Career Development, Character and Civic Development, Health and Life Skills, The Arts and Cultural Enrichment, and Health and Wellness.

316 S Caroline St Baltimore MD 21231

 (410) 685-0295 

  •   Youth development

Priceless Gown Project

The Priceless Gown Project is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization founded in Baltimore, MD in an effort to help young women attend their prom who would not ordinarily be able to finance the experience on their own. The Priceless Gown Project services Students in the MD and DC areas.

Baltimore MD

 (443) 296-2075

  •   Clothing & laundry

Project HEAL (Health, Education, Advocacy, and Law) at Kennedy Krieger Institute

Project HEAL is Maryland’s only comprehensive medical-legal partnership. A community-based program of the Maryland Center for Developmental Disabilities (MCDD) at Kennedy Krieger Institute, Project HEAL provides comprehensive advocacy and legal services for children with intellectual and developmental disabilities and their families. Project HEAL attorneys collaborate with Kennedy Krieger faculty, staff, and trainees to ensure that patients receive the medical and legal care they need.

716 N Broadway Baltimore MD 21205

 (443) 923-4414

  •   Legal assistance

Prologue, Inc.

Laundry and shower services are offered and outreach workers are available for consultation at the Towson outreach site. Open Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday from 8:00 am to 3:00 pm.

609 Baltimore Ave Towson MD 21204

 (410) 653-6190

  •   Clothing & laundry

Public Justice Center (PJC)

The PJC pursues systemic change to build a just society. The PJC uses legal advocacy tools to pursue social justice, economic and race equity, and fundamental human rights for people who are struggling to provide for their basic needs. The PJC is a civil legal aid office that provides advice and representation to low-income clients, advocates before legislatures and government agencies, and collaborates with community and advocacy organizations. Services include housing, education, prisoner’s rights, health, and immigration.

1 N Charles St 200 Baltimore MD 21201

 (410) 625-9409

  •   Legal assistance

Public Justice Center (PJC) Education Stability Project

The PJC’s Education Stability Project provides legal advice and representation to students experiencing homelessness and students facing suspension or expulsion to ensure that they have the opportunity to remain and succeed in school.
The PJC uses legal advocacy tools to pursue social justice, economic and race equity, and fundamental human rights for people who are struggling to provide for their basic needs. The PJC is a civil legal aid office that provides advice and representation to low-income clients, advocates before legislatures and government agencies, and collaborates with community and advocacy organizations.

1 N Charles Street Suite 200 Baltimore MD 21201

 (410) 625-9409

  •   Advocacy
  •   Homeless
  •   Legal assistance

Recreation Centers by Baltimore City Recreation & Parks (BCRP)

BCRP manages 40 recreation centers for your enjoyment and leisure activities. Each center offers a wide array of programs for children and adults. Activities include enrichment classes, theatre productions, arts and crafts, and gym activities.

Baltimore MD

 

  •   Sports & recreation

Refugee Assistance Program (RAP) at Baltimore City Community College

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

 (410) 986-3201

  •   Immigrants & refugees

Refugee Youth Project (RYP) at Baltimore City Community College

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

 (410) 986-5464

  •   Arts
  •   Financial literacy
  •   Immigrants & refugees
  •   Job readiness
  •   Nature & environment
  •   Parenting
  •   School readiness
  •   Schools & after school programs
  •   Sports & recreation
  •   Youth development

Roberta’s House

Roberta’s House is a safe place where children, teens and adults discover that they are not alone in their grief. Children with their families share their feelings, memories and experiences in an atmosphere of acceptance with the love and support of trained volunteers.

2510 St. Paul Street Suite 101 Baltimore MD 21218

 (410) 235-6633

  •   Advocacy
  •   Financial literacy
  •   Foster care
  •   Healthy relationships
  •   Job readiness
  •   Life skills
  •   Trauma, grief & loss
  •   Volunteer opportunities
  •   Youth development

Root Branch Film Academy (RBFA)

Root Branch Film Academy (RBFA) is a media institute for youth. We offer training in filmmaking, video production, creative writing, photography, acting and more. Founded under parent company Root Branch Productions, LLC, RBFA serves as a medium for young media makers to express themselves in an artistic and meaningful way.

10 E. North Avenue Baltimore MD 21202

 (410) 637-3530

  •   Arts

Safe House of Hope

The mission of Safe House of Hope is to help victims of human-trafficking become an active part of a healthy community through education and training, and to provide support for the physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual needs of these victims. Safe House of Hope operates a drop-in center that provides victims with the space to be connected with resources, services, and basic needs. Medical care is provided by Healthcare for the Homeless. Safe House of Hope conducts street outreach in Brooklyn, Brooklyn Park, The Block, and other Baltimore City and Baltimore County locations several times a week and provides a 24/7 Talk/Help Line to help clients connect.

P.O. Box 47637 Windsor Mill MD 21244

 (443) 690-5585

  •   Sex trafficking & support

Sailing Instructor Training (S.I.T.) Program at Downtown Sailing Center (DSC) at the Baltimore Museum of Industry

The Sailing Instructor Training (S.I.T.) program is a workforce development and college preparation program for Baltimore City high school students. It is run by the DSC in partnership with the Baltimore City’s YouthWorks summer jobs program.

1425 Key Highway Suite 110 Baltimore MD 21230

 (410) 727-0722

  •   Sports & recreation

School 33 Art Center

School 33 Art Center is the bridge between contemporary artists and the viewing public. Through our exhibitions, studios for artists, classes for adults and children and special events and workshops, we work to insure a vibrant future for contemporary art and artists in Baltimore. A new eco-friendly outdoor garden fed by a rainwater collection system, and renovated gallery spaces are examples of School 33 Art Center’s commitment to improve inside and out.

1427 Light St Baltimore MD 21230

 (443) 263-4350

  •   Arts

Sisters Saving the City

Sisters Saving the City partners with the Park Heights Renaissance Community Development Corporation to provide services to youth in Northwest Baltimore at the Towanda Community Center. Youth are assigned a mentor and provided opportunities for leadership development, and nutritional, arts, and physical education.

P.O. Box 67158 Baltimore MD 21215

 (410) 601-0380

  •   Youth development

Sisters Together and Reaching (STAR)

STAR is community/faith based organization. STAR defines “Optimal Health” as providing spiritual support, linkages to care, direct services, treatment and prevention education utilizing innovative strategies. We address unfairness and gaps in service delivery for minority women and men at risk or living with HIV/AIDS and other Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs), Diabetes, Cancer, Heart Disease, and other illnesses.

901 N Milton Ave Baltimore MD 21202

 (410) 276-8969

  •   Condoms
  •   HIV testing
  •   HIV treatment & Ryan White
  •   Sexual health education
  •   STD testing

Smoking Quitline: 1 (800) QUIT-NOW

For support in quitting smoking, including free quit coaching, a free quit plan, free educational materials, and referrals to local resources.

Baltimore MD

 1 (800) QUIT-NOW (784-8669)

  •   Substance use & abuse

Soccer Without Borders

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

 (410) 205-9792

  •   Immigrants & refugees
  •   Job readiness
  •   Parenting
  •   School readiness
  •   Schools & after school programs
  •   Sports & recreation
  •   Youth development

South Baltimore Learning Center (SBLC)

The South Baltimore Learning Center (SBLC) serves hundreds of adults each year offering a variety of educational services, many geared towards helping learners earn their high school diplomas.

28 E Ostend St Suite A Baltimore MD 21230

 (410) 625-4215

  •   School readiness

Southeast Community Action Center

The mission of the Baltimore City Community Action Partnership is to reduce poverty by offering opportunities for low-income households through education, financial empowerment, housing and energy services, food resources and capacity building. Programs include Housing and Energy; Financial Empowerment; Food & Nutrition; & Self Sufficiency Case Management. Provides employment, housing, income management, medical, tax, emergency food, and temporary shelter assistance as well as linkage to other services for residents of Southeast Baltimore City.

3411 Bank St Baltimore MD 21224

 (410) 545-6518

  •   Income assistance

Southern Community Action Center

The mission of the Baltimore City Community Action Partnership is to reduce poverty by offering opportunities for low-income households through education, financial empowerment, housing and energy services, food resources and capacity building. Programs include Housing and Energy; Financial Empowerment; Food & Nutrition; & Self Sufficiency Case Management. Provides food referrals, educational workshops on topics such as money management, assists with forms and applications, tax assistance, water bills, and offers information and referral for several resources.

606 Cherry Hill Rd Brooklyn MD 21225

 (410) 545-1702

  •   Income assistance

Squash Wise

SquashWise is a unique youth development program providing long-term academic and social support to public school students in Baltimore City, combining intensive academic tutoring with instruction in the sport of squash. We are a college access program which uses squash opportunities to motivate students and open doors for their future, both academically and athletically.

3600 Clipper Mill Rd Suite 103 Baltimore MD 21211

 (443) 682-7126

  •   Sports & recreation

St. Francis Neighborhood Center

We offer range of programs and services to meet the needs of Reservoir Hill residents. We help by providing programs, information and resources to assist in their journey. Programs include youth development, job readiness courses for youth and adults, personal finance courses, free book exchange, literacy program, STEM, and summer service program for youth. We provide education through our after school and Summer academic and enrichment programming.

2405 Linden Ave Baltimore MD 21217

 (410) 669-2612

  •   Advocacy
  •   Arts
  •   Job readiness
  •   Life skills
  •   Nature & environment
  •   School readiness
  •   Schools & after school programs
  •   Science, technology, engineering & math (STEM)
  •   Sports & recreation
  •   Volunteer opportunities
  •   Youth development

Stand for Youth

Stand For Youth is a 501(c)(3) non-profit, youth services organization, which focuses on the creation of customized initiatives and programs to address the needs of today’s at-risk youth utilizing a trauma informed service and restorative practices models. We offer STEAM-infused/Maker Ed academic enrichment programs, evidenced-based life skills training programs, workforce development programs in high-demand/low supply industries, student advocacy programs, and community empowerment programs.

7111 Park Heights Avenue Suite 503 Baltimore MD 21215

 (855) 7 AT RISK (28-7475)

  •   Advocacy
  •   Arts
  •   Financial literacy
  •   Job readiness
  •   Life skills
  •   Mental health
  •   Nutrition & physical well-being
  •   School readiness
  •   Schools & after school programs
  •   Science, technology, engineering & math (STEM)
  •   Substance use & abuse
  •   Trauma, grief & loss
  •   Volunteer opportunities
  •   Youth development

STAR TRACK at University of Maryland Adolescent Health Center

Special Teens At Risk–Together Reaching Access, Care, and Knowledge (STAR TRACK) provides comprehensive, individualized, age and culturally appropriate, primary HIV, and psychosocial supportive care to HIV infected and at-risk youth ages 12-24 in Baltimore. Prevention services include outreach and testing in the community, health promotion, education, and health education trainings.

120 Penn St Baltimore MD 21201

 (410) 706-6000

  •   Condoms
  •   HIV testing
  •   HIV treatment & Ryan White
  •   Sexual health education

Strong City Baltimore Adult Learning Center

The Adult Learning Center provides Adult Basic Education (ABE) and English Language Acquisition (ELA) for adults 18 years of age and older who are officially withdrawn from school. In addition to classes, learners are also eligible for one-on-one tutoring, learner advocacy, and computer classes.

3503 North Charles Street Baltimore MD 21218

 (410) 261-3500

  •   Latino
  •   Parenting
  •   School readiness

Student Programs at the National Aquarium

Our mission, to inspire the conservation of the world’s aquatic treasures, has motivated thousands of Marylanders to appreciate and protect the delicate habitats in their own backyards. Multiple programs are designed for students and youth.

501 East Pratt Street Baltimore MD 21202

 (410) 576-3800

  •   Sports & recreation

Summer Food Service Program at Maryland Department of Education

The Summer Food Service Program (SFSP) is a U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) program that helps children receive the nutrition they need to learn, play, and grow throughout the summer months.

Baltimore MD

 (410) 767-0219

  •   Food assistance

Surface Project at Station North Tool Library

Surface Project is an apprenticeship program that works with individuals with high barriers to employment and shows them the skills to take locally sourced reclaimed materials and create value-added products, like table surfaces. Apprentices learn the business from start to finish, while sales of these products go towards creating full time jobs for graduates who successfully complete the program.

417 E Oliver St Baltimore MD 21202

 (410) 347-0850

  •   Job readiness

T.I.K.E. (To Immunize Kids Everywhere) Program

Free T.I.K.E. Clinics to those children and adolescents who qualify (if you do not have a medical provider, have Medicaid insurance, or do not have medical insurance that covers immunizations). A limited supply of adult immunizations may also be available.

620 N Caroline St Baltimore MD 21205

 (410) 396-4454

  •   Immunizations

Tahirih Justice Center

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

 (410) 999-1900

  •   Child abuse & support
  •   Immigrants & refugees
  •   Legal assistance
  •   Relationship violence & abuse support
  •   Sex trafficking & support
  •   Sexual assault & support

Teen Moms Fresh Start

Our Philosophy is that all members of society need to be treated equally and exposed to the tools needed to live successfully. It is important for people of the community to be a part of the solution to the many problems we face today. The programs we offer touch on all developmental issues including finances, health, parenting and more. Programs available in Baltimore.

Baltimore MD

 (443) 623-5297

  •   Parenting

Teen Volunteer Opportunities at Maryland Zoo in Baltimore

The Maryland Zoological Society, established in 1967, operates the Zoo under a lease agreement with the state. The Zoo’s animal collection encompasses birds, mammals, amphibians and reptiles, representing nearly 200 species with animals are displayed in natural settings replicating their native habitats. Multiple programs are designed for students and youth.

1876 Mansion House Drive Baltimore MD 21217

 (443) 552-5266

  •   Sports & recreation

The 29th Street Community Center

The 29th Street Community Center offers a variety of programs for kids, adults, and all ages as well as community based projects. The mission of the Center is to offer a space for meaningful community building and high quality enrichment programming that adds value and vibrancy to the neighborhoods of Charles Village, Abell, Harwood, Oakenshawe, Better Waverly, Old Goucher, Remington, and Barclay.

300 E 29th St Baltimore MD 21218

 (443) 213-0394

  •   Arts
  •   Sports & recreation
  •   Volunteer opportunities

The Arc Baltimore

Dedicated to providing advocacy and high quality, life-changing supports since 1949 in Baltimore City and Baltimore County, the Arc Baltimore supports more than 6,000 adults and children with intellectual and developmental disabilities and their families.

7215 York Rd Baltimore MD 21212

 410-296-2272

  •   Legal assistance

The Baltimore City Swim Club (BCSC)

Founded in 1986, the team is committed to using swimming as a catalyst in promoting excellence in athletics, academics, and sportsmanship. In the Baltimore Metropolitan Area, the Baltimore City Swim Club has been dedicated to developing the minds and bodies of youth 4-18 years of age

2821 Oakley Ave Baltimore MD 21215

 (410) 396-0677

  •   Sports & recreation

The Be. Org

The Be. Org primarily serves the youth of the Baltimore-Washington Metropolitan area with the goal to build up and empower young people to withstand peer pressures, societal norms, and other negative influences. The Be approach combines leadership and skills development through creative workshops, curricula, and conferences.

3503 N. Charles St. Baltimore MD 21218

 (240) 324-6061

  •   Youth development

The Center for Black Equity-Baltimore (CBE-B)

The Center for Black Equity-Baltimore (CBE-B) is an international Black LGBT organization that advocates and provides network services for Black Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) people and their allies in the Baltimore Metropolitan Area.

Baltimore MD

 (443) 218-2478

  •   LGBTQ+

The Center for Eating Disorders at Sheppard Pratt

The Center for Eating Disorders at Sheppard Pratt offers comprehensive, individualized care for children, adolescents and adults with eating disorders including anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa, binge eating disorder and compulsive overeating. The Center provides highly specialized individual, group, family, occupational, art and nutritional therapies and offers a full continuum of eating disorder treatment programs and care.

6535 North Charles Street Physicians Pavilion North, Suite 300 Baltimore MD 21204

 (410) 938-5252

  •   Mental health

The Family Tree

The Family Tree is the leading authority in Maryland for the prevention of child abuse and neglect. Our Vision is that every family has the tools to raise children to become healthy, productive and competent adults. We do that through proven, research-based programs that strengthen families and break the cycle of abuse and neglect. These programs include: Parenting education programs, Family guidance programs, Support groups, Home visitation, Child and youth development programs, Family life workshops, and 24-hour Parenting HelpLine.

2108 N Charles St Baltimore MD 21218

 (410) 889-2300; 1 (800) 243-7337 Parenting HelpLine

  •   Child abuse & support
  •   Parenting

The First Tee of Greater Baltimore

The First Tee of Baltimore was conceptualized in 2002 by a group of Baltimore business leaders who understood the need for after school and summer educational programs for the City’s youth. The First Tee of Baltimore operates from five Baltimore City facilities: Forest Park, Mt. Pleasant, Pine Ridge, Carroll Park, and Clifton Park Golf Courses, with the Clifton Park Golf Course being home to the majority of educational and instructional programming. All courses, operated by the Baltimore Municipal Golf Corporation, provide a low-cost public course option for city golfers.

303 International Circle Suite T119 Hunt Valley MD 21030

 (443) 689-7826

  •   Sports & recreation

The Greater Baltimore Children and Nature Collaborative (GBCAN) 

To improve the health and wellness of Baltimore through quality recreational programs, preserving our parks and natural resources, and promoting fun, active lifestyles for all ages.

Baltimore MD

 (410) 396-7020

  •   Nature & environment

The Intersection

The Intersection provides students with two- three years of civic engagement, leadership development, academic counseling, college preparatory programming, emotional and social support, and career advising. It is our aim to accompany every student with individualized academic, leadership, and personal growth/ health plans so they are equipped to attend and complete college, identify career goals, and serve as leaders in their communities.
The Intersection is dedicated to shifting expectations for Baltimore’s young people. We transform high school students from underserved areas into leaders with the skills to go to and through college, to engage in civic action, and to articulate and solve challenges facing themselves and their communities

2801 N. Dukeland Street Baltimore MD 21216

 (410) 375-9125

  •   Advocacy
  •   Healthy relationships
  •   Job readiness
  •   Life skills
  •   Mental health
  •   Nutrition & physical well-being
  •   School readiness
  •   Schools & after school programs
  •   Trauma, grief & loss
  •   Volunteer opportunities
  •   Youth development

The Living Well

The Living Well is a center for Social & Economic Vibrancy that rents space for workshops, open mics, circles, baby showers, milestone celebrations, art shows and more.

235 Holliday Street Baltimore MD 21202

 (410) 212-5953

  •   Arts
  •   Sports & recreation

The Maryland Book Bank

The Maryland Book Bank is committed to cultivating literacy in children from low income families. The Maryland Book Bank distributes free books to children, teachers, schools and organizations each year.

1794 Union Avenue Baltimore MD 21211

  •   Schools & after school programs

The People’s Law Library (PLL)

The People’s Law Library (PLL) is a legal information and self-help website maintained by the Maryland State Law Library.

Baltimore MD

 

  •   Immigrants & refugees
  •   Legal assistance

The Salvation Army of Central Maryland

The Salvation Army of Central Maryland operates family service centers to help meet the immediate and short-term needs of thousands of individuals throughout Central Maryland. These family service centers provide the following services

  • Utilities and Eviction Assistance: Monetary assistance is provided to qualified applicants for utility-turn-off prevention and eviction assistance.
  • Clothing Assistance: Walk-in and scheduled clients request and receive clean and suitable clothing items to meet their basic needs, such as warm clothes for winter months, infant and children’s clothing items, and diapers for infants and toddlers.
  • Food Pantry and Food Baskets: An onsite food pantry is stocked with nonperishable food and toiletry items. Walk ins and scheduled clients are eligible to receive items upon verification of identification and proof of housing with cooking facilities. Each applicants is provided a three-day supply of groceries appropriate for their household size. Applicants are eligible for this service every two months.
  • Basic Advocacy Services: Case workers serve as advocates for individuals to ensure that each person is made aware of and receives the services to which s/he is entitled.

814 Light St Baltimore MD 21230

 (410) 783-2920

  •   Clothing & laundry
  •   Food assistance
  •   Income assistance

The Salvation Army’s Boys and Girls Club

Clubs offers children and youth an opportunity to interact with their peers in a structured and supervised environment. The Clubs work collectively with families, schools, and outside agencies to provide at-risk youth, ages 6 to 18, with fun educational, recreational, cultural, and technological experiences, helping them to build new friendships, learn new skills, and explore their own talents and strengths. Programs provided also promote teamwork, healthy lifestyle choices, and community involvement.

  • Clubs offer a variety of after school and summer programs. Performance activities also are offered, including drama and dance. Functional living skills provide instruction on nutrition, basic cooking, the value of money, and buying foods at the grocery store. Community outreach includes dinners and social events for parents and the general community, as well as service within the neighborhood. Programming also includes computer literacty, skills assesment, and career exploration.

215 N Calhoun St and 1400 Fuselage Avenue Baltimore MD

 (410) 728-4888 and (410) 682-2450

  •   Job readiness

The Southeast CDC (Community Development Corporation)

Provides counseling and education on home buying in Spanish.

3323 Eastern Avenue Suite 200 Baltimore MD 21224

 (410) 342-3234

  •   Latino

The Women’s Law Center

The Women’s Law Center serves as a leading voice for justice and fairness for women by advocating for the protection and expansion of women’s rights through legal assistance to individuals and strategic initiatives to achieve systemic change. We are a non-profit organization that provides free legal representation and education programs to protect and empower individual women and their families.

Legal Services related to Family Law, Employment Law, and Protection Orders –for information about Human Trafficking program see: http://law.ubalt.edu/faculty/profiles/emerson.cfm

305 W Chesapeake Ave Suite 201 Towson MD 21204

 (410) 321-8761

Mon 8.30am-4.30am, Tue 8.30am-4.30am, Wed 8.30am-4.30am, Thu 8.30am-4.30am, Fri 8.30am-4.30am, Sat 8.30am-4.30am, Sun 8.30am-4.30am

  •   Legal assistance

The YMCA in Druid Hill

The YMCA is a charitable organization in Central Maryland dedicated to developing the full potential of every individual through programs that build healthy spirit, mind and body for all.

1609 Druid Hill Ave Baltimore MD 21217

 (410) 728-1600

  •   Sports & recreation

The YMCA in Waverly (Weinberg)

The YMCA is a charitable organization in Central Maryland dedicated to developing the full potential of every individual through programs that build healthy spirit, mind and body for all.

900 E 33rd St Baltimore MD 21218

 (410) 889-9622

  •   Nutrition & physical well-being
  •   Sports & recreation

Thread

Thread engages underperforming high school students confronting significant barriers outside of the classroom by providing each one with a family of committed volunteers and increased access to community resources. We foster students’ academic advancement and personal growth into self-motivated, resilient, and responsible citizens.

P.O Box 1584 Baltimore MD 21203

 (410) 660-8343

  •   School readiness

Tobacco & Smoking Cessation at Baltimore City Health Department

The Baltimore City Health Department provides smoking cessation services, community education, school-based projects, and enforcement of retailer compliance with three tobacco control ordinances.

Baltimore MD

  •   Asthma
  •   Substance use & abuse

Towanda Community Center

The Towanda Community Center provides after school programming for youth to improve their lives physically, mentally, socially and spiritually. Programming includes a Boys and Girls Club and Aziza and Positive Energy & Children Excelling (PE&CE) programming.

4100 Towanda Ave Baltimore MD 21251

 (443) 388-9690

  •   Schools & after school programs
  •   Sports & recreation
  •   Youth development

Training Programs at Peabody Dance

The heart of Peabody Dance’s philosophy is the expectation that all students, whether they are professional aspirants or young children and adults exploring the joys of dancing, will have the opportunity to reach their own desired level of achievement. In return, a nationally respected faculty are dedicated to meeting the needs of their students on an individual basis and to offering them exemplary training, inspiration, and encouragement.

1 E Mt Vernon Pl Baltimore MD 21202

 (410) 234-4500

  •   Arts

TurnAround, Inc.

TurnAround’s mission is to build a community free of violence by working with adults and children affected by intimate partner and sexual violence to address their needs and prevent further violence through advocacy and education.

8503 LaSalle Road 2nd floor Towson MD 21286

 (410) 377-8111 (make appt); (443) 279-0379 24-hour helpline

  •   Crisis
  •   Relationship violence & abuse support
  •   Sex trafficking & support
  •   Sexual assault & support

U Choose Teen Pregnancy Prevention Initiative Coalition

TPPI helps teens prevent pregnancy, access all forms of birth control, and learn about safe sex. This is a group made up of more than 40 community partners working collaboratively to improve resources for Adolescent Reproductive Health.
TPPI aims to reduce teen births in Baltimore City by ensuring that adolescents and young adults have access to
1) Age-appropriate and evidence-based sexual health education and information;
2) Access to effective family planning, youth-friendly and up-to-date clinical services and;
3) Community support to make informed sexual health decisions.

1001 E Fayette St Baltimore MD 21202

 (410) 396-0055

  •   Birth control
  •   Condoms
  •   Foster care
  •   Healthy relationships
  •   LGBTQ+
  •   Parenting
  •   Sexual health education
  •   STD testing
  •   Volunteer opportunities
  •   Youth development

UA House at Fayette

The UA House at Fayette operated by Living Classrooms provides youth academic enrichment, health, sports and physical fitness education, and career development. It also serves adults with workforce development, career services, entrepreneurial development, and GED and ESL support. Services have been developed as a response to the community’s assessed need for intervention that supports the academic and social development of disadvantaged youth by providing year-round out-of-school-time programming for elementary, middle, and high school students, as well as adults living in East Baltimore.

1100 E Fayette St Baltimore MD 21202

 (410) 685-0295 ext.650

  •   Sports & recreation

Umar Boxing Program

The UMAR Boxing Progam is an afterschool program for at-risk youth in Baltimore City. Our motto is No Hooks before Books as our organization combines academic development and athletic training under one roof. While boxing is an exciting draw and integral part of the program, academic development is the paramount goal.

1217 W North Ave Baltimore MD 21217

 (410) 728-3600

  •   Sports & recreation

UMB CURE Scholars Program

Continuing Umbrella of Research Experiences (CURE) program, the UMB CURE Scholars Program identifies promising middle school students in Baltimore and prepares them for health care and research careers through hands-on workshops and lab experiences, and mentorship.

620 W Lexington St Baltimore MD 21201

 (410) 706-4268

  •   Science, technology, engineering & math (STEM)

Unified Efforts, Inc.

Unified Efforts, Inc. is an after-school youth program for K-12 students. Our mission is to provide Baltimore area students, especially youth of the Penn North Community, with tools that focus on gang prevention and alternatives to violence and bullying. We establish multiple formats for their voices to be heard and encourage youth to live peaceful, productive, and successful lives; in doing so, we support them in achieving academic success.

200 Cross Keys Rd #42 Baltimore MD 21210

 (443) 800-0566

  •   School readiness

Universal Counseling Services, Inc

Universal Counseling Services Inc is a behavioral health care organization located in downtown Baltimore that has provided specialized mental health and substance abuse treatment services to children, adolescents, adults and their families since 1988. Services include substance abuse services, mental health services, psychiatric services and consultative and training services.

1401 Severn St 201 Baltimore MD 21230

 (410) 752-5525

  •   Substance use & abuse

University of Maryland Extension Baltimore City 4-H Youth Development

Participants learn practical life skills through 4-H leadership and citizenship training, civic education, healthy lifestyles, nutrition, entrepreneurship, workforce development, service-learning, photography, STEM, public speaking, gardening, fashion review and the Clovers Program. 

6615 Reisterstown Road Suite 201 Baltimore MD 21215

 410-856-1850

  •   Arts
  •   Job readiness
  •   Nature & environment
  •   Nutrition & physical well-being
  •   Pregnancy, abortion & adoption
  •   School readiness
  •   Schools & after school programs
  •   Science, technology, engineering & math (STEM)
  •   Sexual health education
  •   Volunteer opportunities
  •   Youth development

University of Maryland Extension, Expanded Food and Nutrition Education Program (EFNEP)

Hands-on nutrition education to low-income families and youth in Baltimore City.

6615 Reisterstown Rd. Suite 201 Baltimore MD 21215

 (410) 856-1850, ext. 122

  •   Nutrition & physical well-being
  •   Schools & after school programs
  •   Sports & recreation

Upton Boxing Center

Provides low-cost boxing training. Boxers participate in local, regional and national championships. Women can also participate in boxing and other physical fitness activities.

1901 Pennsylvania Ave Baltimore MD 21217

 (443) 984-2588

  •   Sports & recreation

Upward Bound Program

The mission of the Morgan State University (MSU) Upward Bound Program is to provide first-generation, low-income high school students with access to postsecondary education as full participants. Upward Bound seeks to increase the rates at which participants complete secondary education, enroll in and graduate from institutions of post-secondary education. The purpose of the Upward Bound Program is to provide high school students with college readiness skills and tutoring. 

1700 E Cold Spring Lane, McKeldin Center Room 114 Baltimore MD 21251

 (443) 885-3448

  •   Financial literacy
  •   School readiness
  •   Schools & after school programs
  •   Volunteer opportunities
  •   Youth development

Urban Agriculture at University of Maryland Extension-Baltimore City

The Urban Agriculture Department of University of Maryland Extension-Baltimore City strives to provide the most current research-supported methods for growing food, ornamentals, environmentally friendly, and native plants in Baltimore City. The Urban Agriculture Department provides technical assistance, educational workshops and classes, volunteer opportunities, and conducts trainings in the topics of: Urban Farming; Community Gardens and Community Greening or beautification projects; School yard gardens & School Farms; Home gardening & Environmental stewardship.

6615 Reisterstown Rd Baltimore MD 21215

 (410) 856-1850

  •   Nature & environment

Velocipede Bike Project

Velocipede is a bicycle shop that offers affordable classes in bicycle repair and maintenance, assistance with bike repair, and sale of affordable and safe used bikes.

100 W 22nd St Baltimore MD 21218

 (410) 244-5585

  •   Sports & recreation

VEX IQ Robotics Program at Baltimore City Public Schools

The VEX IQ robotics program interests both middle school and high school students in science, engineering and math as they: Analyze the game; Design and program a robot; Take part in competitions; and Refine their robots between competitions.

200 E North Ave Baltimore MD 21202

 (443) 984-2000

  •   Science, technology, engineering & math (STEM)

Vision Interchange

Our mission is to provide free glasses and free vision health care to the underserved communities. We work with our partners and donors in supporting vision health care resources to the underserved demographics. Established in 2014, we are a collaboration of like-minded individuals who believe that vision is one of the most important necessities of life.

810 Wyman Park Drive Suite G005 Baltimore MD 21211

 

  •   Vision health

Volocity Kids Foundation

Bmore Kids provides our community with an opportunity to learn, practice and play a variety of sports in a fun but structured environment at no cost to the family. Our program removes barriers to athletic participation such as gender, skill, and financial resources. We emphasize team play through our league play and community building by including volunteers from the surrounding communities and by providing post-game social events for players, parents and volunteers.

101 W Dickman St Baltimore MD 21230

 (914) 522-1637

  •   Sports & recreation

We Imagine, Inc. (WEI)

We Imagine, Inc. (WEI) provides effective hands-on programs for at-risk youth, families and communities. We Imagine Student Enrichment Program combines academics with engaging, fun, and diverse enrichment activities that promote positive youth development in a variety of real world contexts including a wide variety of hands-on, project-based enrichment, recreation, and service learning activities that emphasize linkages between school day learning and after school activities, and utilize academic concepts in a meaningful manner.

1235 Sherwood Ave Baltimore MD 21239

 (410) 433-3415

  •   School readiness

Westside Youth Opportunity Center (Westside YO)

The Westside Youth Opportunity Center (Westside YO) works with Baltimore City residents between 18 and 24 years old. We are primarily a career development program that includes a full academic program ranging from adult basic education all the way to GED preparation. We are youth development based with case management at or core.

1510 W Lafayette Ave Baltimore MD 21217

 (410) 545-6953

  •   Birth control
  •   Clothing & laundry
  •   Condoms
  •   Financial literacy
  •   Food assistance
  •   Healthy relationships
  •   Job readiness
  •   Life skills
  •   Mental health
  •   Nature & environment
  •   Nutrition & physical well-being
  •   Parenting
  •   Pregnancy, abortion & adoption
  •   Relationship violence & abuse support
  •   School readiness
  •   Sexual health education
  •   Substance use & abuse
  •   Trauma, grief & loss
  •   Volunteer opportunities
  •   Youth development

Wide Angle Youth Media

Through media arts education, Wide Angle Youth Media cultivates and amplifies the voices of Baltimore youth to engage audiences across generational, cultural, and social divides. Our programs inspire creativity and instill confidence in young people, empowering them with skills to navigate school, career, and life.

2601 N Howard St Suite 160 Baltimore MD 21218

 (443) 759-6700

  •   Arts
  •   Healthy relationships
  •   Job readiness
  •   Schools & after school programs
  •   Science, technology, engineering & math (STEM)
  •   Youth development

WIN Family Services

WIN (What I Need) Family Services, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) organization. WIN and its affiliate programs, are a faith-based child and family mental health network serving youth and families with emotional, behavioral
and mental challenges.

2502 W Northern Parkway Baltimore MD 21215

 (410) 578-8003

  •   Foster care
  •   Life skills
  •   Mental health
  •   Schools & after school programs
  •   Special health care needs
  •   Substance use & abuse
  •   Trauma, grief & loss
  •   Youth development

WombWork Productions, Inc.

The mission of WombWork Productions, Inc. is to heal and empower youth, their families, and communities to preserve cultural legacies through the social change performing arts. WombWork Productions, Inc. is comprised of three art ensembles: a professional adult theatre company Nu World Art Ensemble, a young adult theatre company Nu Generation Art Ensemble, and a youth theatre company Next Generation Art Ensemble. These three art ensembles engage participants as well as audience members in social change theatre covering topics such as: gun violence, racial equity, drug/alcohol abuse, sexual assault, handling grief/loss, etc.

3123 Walbrook Ave. Baltimore MD 21216

 410-258-1504

  •   Arts
  •   Schools & after school programs
  •   Youth development

Workforce Development Program at The League for People with Disabilities. Inc.

The League offers a wide range of services to assist youth in discovering interests & abilities, setting realistic goals, and preparing for and securing employment. Utilizing a supported employment philosophy, we promote the achievement of independence for each of our participants. Through the use of technology, individual support and person-centered planning, our program has placed individuals in a wide array of successful employment opportunities. Services offered include Career Assessment, Employee Development Services, and Employment Services including Job Development, Job Placement, Job Coaching and On-Going Supports.

1111 E. Cold Spring Lane Baltimore MD 21239

 410-323-0500

  •   Job readiness
  •   Nutrition & physical well-being
  •   Schools & after school programs
  •   Special health care needs
  •   Volunteer opportunities
  •   Youth development

WorldSchool Mosaic

WorldSchool Mosaic offers families an integrated, inspirational, progressive model for raising highly self-appointed children who become productive self-actualized young professionals and entrepreneurs. We provide the spaces and experiences that make academia relevant and applicable now. Our STEEM-centered workshops, signature events and education advocacy guidance for children, parents and their village vanguards give our communities a congruent, actionable blueprint for achieving academic, collegiate, professional and entrepreneurial goals for every child and family we touch.

WorldSchool Mosaic: Innovations (Prek-6th grade)

WorldSchool Mosaic: EAGLE Society (7th-12th grade)

Baltimore MD 21202

 (410) 908-1112

  •   Job readiness
  •   School readiness
  •   Schools & after school programs
  •   Science, technology, engineering & math (STEM)
  •   Youth development

Wraparound Maryland Inc.

To provide care coordination services utilizing wraparound principles and philosophies to guide a process where all families and youth feel supported, encouraged and hopeful that their vision and goals will be realized.

2300 N Charles Street 3rd floor Baltimore MD 21218

 443-449-7713

  •   Advocacy
  •   Food assistance
  •   Health insurance

Writers in Baltimore Schools (WBS)

Writers in Baltimore Schools (WBS) is a program that provides low-income middle school students with a vibrant environment for literary development through in-school, after school, and summer creative writing workshops taught by Baltimore college students.

10 E. North Ave Baltimore MD 21202

 (410) 205-9826 

  •   Arts

Year Up Baltimore

Year Up’s mission is to close the Opportunity Divide by providing young adults with the skills, experience, and support that will empower them to reach their potential through professional careers and higher education. We are a Higher Education/Workforce Development Program for young adults 18 to 24 years of age.  We provide a one year long program – 1st 6 months (Learning Development in IT, Advanced IT, and Business Operations) and 2nd 6 months our opportunity youth go on internship with one of our corporate partners, i.e. Carefirst, Johns Hopkins, Bank of America, and Exelon, just to name a few.

2600 Liberty Heights Ave South Pavillon 3rd Floor Baltimore MD 21211

 (410) 919-9530

  •   Advocacy
  •   Clothing & laundry
  •   Food assistance
  •   Job readiness
  •   Science, technology, engineering & math (STEM)
  •   Substance use & abuse
  •   Volunteer opportunities
  •   Youth development

Youth & Young Adult Volunteers at American Red Cross of the Greater Chesapeake Region

The mission of the American Red Cross is to provide relief to victims of disasters and help people prevent, prepare for, and respond to emergencies. For nearly a century, we have worked diligently to fulfill that mission on behalf of residents throughout Maryland. Youth & young adult volunteer opportunities are available. Our goal is to provide youth with meaningful opportunities for training, leadership, and community service. We empower youth to respond to community needs locally, nationally, and internationally through numerous leadership, education, and community service opportunities.

4800 Mt. Hope Drive Baltimore MD 21215

 (410) 624-2000

  •   Sports & recreation

Youth as Resources

Youth As Resources (YAR) is a youth-led grantmaking, community organizing and leadership development organization.  We provide the funding (grants), training and support our peers need to develop projects that address our critical issues and make positive change in the community.

111 North Charles Street 5th Floor Suite 502 Baltimore MD 21201

 (410) 889-4868

  •   Youth development

Youth Birding Program –Baltimore Bird Club (MOS)

A program presented by the Baltimore Birding Club, a chapter of the Maryland Ornithological Society aimed specifically at younger birders. Join other young birders on bird hikes in the Baltimore area. You will find and learn to identify birds by sight and song with binoculars, field guides, and useful device apps. Learn about keeping bird lists, both for personal use and as a source of important conservation information through submission to the eBird website and programs such as Project Feederwatch.
We are primarily oriented toward beginner birders, but young people of all levels of expertise are welcome. Every trip is calculated to see a variety of species, and rarities are always possible.

Baltimore MD

 (443) 810-9059

  •   Nature & environment

Youth Empowered Society (YES) Drop-In Center

YES Drop-In Center is Baltimore City’s first drop-in center for homeless youth. YES Drop-In Center is a safe space for youth who are homeless and between the ages of 14-25, to get basic needs met and establish supportive relationships with peer staff  and allies that them make and sustain connections to long-term resources and opportunities.YES prevents and eliminates youth homelessness through the synergy of youth, peer and ally partnerships. The organization’s vision is that all of Baltimore’s youth will easily access supportive services and stable housing to become powerful in their own lives.

2315 N Charles St 1st floor Baltimore MD 21218

 (410) 235-7744

  •   Advocacy
  •   Arts
  •   Child abuse & support
  •   Clothing & laundry
  •   Condoms
  •   Financial literacy
  •   Food assistance
  •   Foster care
  •   Health insurance
  •   Healthy relationships
  •   Homeless
  •   Income assistance
  •   Job readiness
  •   Legal assistance
  •   LGBTQ+
  •   Life skills
  •   Mental health
  •   Nutrition & physical well-being
  •   Oral health
  •   Pregnancy, abortion & adoption
  •   Relationship violence & abuse support
  •   School readiness
  •   Sex trafficking & support
  •   Sexual assault & support
  •   Sexual health education
  •   Special health care needs
  •   STD testing
  •   Substance use & abuse
  •   Trauma, grief & loss
  •   Volunteer opportunities
  •   Youth development

Youth Leadership and Advocacy Network

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.

Baltimore MD

  •   Advocacy

Youth Ocean Conservation Summit

The Youth Ocean Conservation Summit (YOCS) was created by Sean Russell in 2011 to provide youth participants the opportunity to learn from marine scientists and conservationists about the current threats facing marine ecosystems, both locally and globally. This annual event also teaches participants about the ways other youth are currently working to protect marine ecosystems, and then allows them to work with their peers to develop action plans for their own ocean conservation projects.

501 E Pratt St Baltimore MD 21202

 

  •   Nature & environment

Youth Reaching Out at Human Service Consultants

As an intensive outpatient, outpatient and alcohol and drug education program, our primary focus is the administration of quality counseling services to the adolescents served by our organization. Located in Baltimore, Maryland we are committed to servicing youth residing in the Baltimore City and the surrounding counties regions. We offer an array of services including substance abuse and mental health evaluations, alcohol and drug education, counseling (individual, family and group) and anger management classes.

3218 Belair Rd 1st Floor Baltimore MD 21213

 (443) 813-5677

  •   Substance use & abuse

Youth Resiliency Institute (YRI)

The Youth Resiliency Institute seeks to create a critical mass of individuals, more specifically, children and youth in Baltimore City, who are self-actualized in ways that allow them to stimulate productive, healthy, authentic lives in thriving communities. Through a creative, arts-based, culturally rich rites of passage process, YRI offers mentoring, training and an array of human and character development services to children, youth and adults with the aim of creating civically engaged, cross-generational teams of community-based advocates and leaders who work toward forming healthier, safer and stronger communities in Baltimore City.

2103 N Charles St Baltimore MD 21218

 (443) 934-1972

  •   Arts

Youth Services and Advocacy Project (YSAP)

Program provides services to primary and secondary victims of crime and violence. Services include case management, mental health services, support groups, educational, transportation and housing assistance.

1001 E Fayette St Office of Youth Violence Prevention Baltimore MD 21202

 (410) 396-2206

  •   Asthma
  •   Birth control
  •   Condoms
  •   Foster care
  •   Health insurance
  •   Healthy relationships
  •   HIV testing
  •   HIV treatment & Ryan White
  •   Homeless
  •   LGBTQ+
  •   Life skills
  •   Mental health
  •   Nutrition & physical well-being
  •   Oral health
  •   Parenting
  •   Pregnancy, abortion & adoption
  •   PrEP
  •   Relationship violence & abuse support
  •   Sex trafficking & support
  •   Sexual assault & support
  •   Sexual health education
  •   Shelter & housing
  •   STD testing
  •   STD treatment
  •   Substance use & abuse
  •   Trauma, grief & loss
  •   Youth development

Youth Sports Programs (YSP)

The Youth Sports Program (YSP)is a 501 C (3) Non-profit organization that provides a variety of exciting sports activities for children and their families. We are dedicated to the provision of extra-curricular sports and activities to support family involvement and physical and social skill development for children.

 

4633 Furley Ave Furley Recreation Center Baltimore MD 21239

 (443) 423-2442

  •   Arts
  •   Food assistance
  •   Job readiness
  •   School readiness
  •   Schools & after school programs
  •   Sports & recreation
  •   Volunteer opportunities
  •   Youth development

Youth Workforce Programs and Services at Maryland Department of Labor

The mission of Maryland’s Youth Employment Program is to guide youth to achieve personal goals and prepare for career paths through empowerment, education, and employment opportunities. The Youth Employment Program provides tools for Maryland youth between the ages of 14 and 21 to fulfill their educational goals and explore the world of work by providing educational support, leadership development, and work training.

Baltimore MD

 

  •   Job readiness

YouthWorks Summer Jobs

Baltimore City’s YouthWorks summer jobs program matches young people between the ages of 14 and 21 to five-week work experiences with private sector, nonprofit, and city and state government employers. The program will operates 2 sessions in the summer. The program targeted matches jobs to older teens’ career interests and emphasizes effective work behaviors and financial literacy for all participants.

101 West 24th Street Baltimore MD 21202

 (410) 396-5627

  •   Job readiness
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