What is behind the persistent stigma of mental illness and mental health care? Catholic Charities is partnering with several other organizations and the Stoop Storytelling Series to present "Out of Stigma’s Shadow: True, personal stories [...]
Maybe you were there for the rum tastings, fresh cigars, and dancing. Maybe you were attracted by the incredible food from some of Maryland's best restaurants and chefs. Or perhaps you just enjoy a lively [...]
Joanna Miskelly Cox, a monthly volunteer at My Sister's Place Women's Center, swapped her volunteer apron for the Grand Marshal's sash of orange, white, and green to lead bagpipers, Irish step dancers, wolfhounds, city leaders, [...]
(Baltimore, MD., March 9, 2019) Scott Wykoff, WBAL Radio's charismatic reporter, spent the morning at Our Daily Bread Employment Center learning about the extensive meal program as well as job training and placement services. "Guests [...]
William J. McCarthy Jr. Executive Director When a Harford County man and his stepdaughter claimed a “panhandler” viciously stabbed Jacquelyn Smith to death at an East Baltimore intersection late one night last December, much of [...]
(ANNAPOLIS, Md. - Feb. 19, 2019) - Plans to march in Annapolis Wednesday were foiled by a foul weather forecast, but for more than a million Marylanders, funding for mental health and substance use disorder [...]
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