(Sept. 17, 2019 - Annapolis, MD) Congratulations to Stephanie Thornton-Johnson of Gallagher Services who was recognized today by the Maryland Developmental Disabilities Administration and Governor's Office of Disabilities for her exemplary work as a Direct [...]
A college degree can often help end generational poverty. Yet, when students can't graduate on time, they are more likely to incur greater student loan debt. Barriers like transportation costs and child care only add [...]
“This is not your traditional clinic,” said Erin Moyer, a licensed clinical social worker based at a behavioral health and substance misuse treatment clinic based at Our Daily Bread Employment Center. “Beyond talk therapy, we [...]
(Baltimore, Aug. 30, 2019) "What do we want?" called Corey Winfield, the Brooklyn-Curtis Bay Safe Streets Site Director, as he opened the back to school supply giveaway with a call and response chant. The crowd [...]
Last week, Head Start and Early Head Start programs in Baltimore City, Harford and Carroll Counties welcomed parents with their infants, toddlers, and preschoolers in tow back to school. Throughout our 17 sites, Catholic Charities [...]
(BALTIMORE, Sept.11, 2019) In remembrance of the lives lost in the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, Catholic Charities supports the collective call for a Day to Serve. During this month-long initiative from Sept. 11 [...]
Every day, at our 80 programs at 200 locations throughout Maryland, Catholic Charities of Baltimore serves children and families, immigrants, individuals with intellectual disabilities, people living in poverty and seniors.