Counseling helps couples and families create and maintain a safe and nurturing environment, promotes family cohesion and harmony, and makes it possible for individuals to function at the highest level possible. Anne Arundel County: 410-571-8341 Baltimore City: 410-366-1980 / 800-899-4601 Baltimore County: 410-281-1334 Carroll County: 410-876-1233 Harford County: 410-803-9617 Howard County: 410-997-3557
Case Management School Outreach and Advocacy Program offers early intervention and prevention services to at-risk students and their families. Harford County: 410-838-9000
HIV Case Management for those affected by HIV/AIDS, Baltimore City: 410-366-1980
Case Management for residents of M on Madison, Baltimore City: 410-366-1980
Case Management at the Multi-Service Center in Howard County: 410-997-3557
Support for Young Families Healthy Families Howard County provides the home-visiting component of a comprehensive program designed to reduce child neglect and abuse by supporting first-time parents in Howard County. Howard County: 410-997-3557
Early Head Start is a two-generation program designed to provide high quality child care and family development services to low-income pregnant women and families with infants and toddlers. With center and home-based programs, Early Head Start offers a variety of educational and social activities for parents and children birth to three. Baltimore City: 410-578-0244
The simplest answers have the greatest effect.
Meet Makayla When Makayla found out she was pregnant with her 2nd child at age 17, she felt scared, worried and most of all, isolated. Without the support of her family, she turned to the Park Heights Family Support Center.
She took classes in order to get her G.E.D.. She also studied nutrition so that she could make certain she had a healthy pregnancy. After a year of classes at the center, she earned her G.E.D. and enrolled at Baltimore City Community College. Makayla has maintained a 3.2 G.P.A. since her attendance at BCCC. She is now looking into the possibility of attending The Johns Hopkins School of Nursing in the fall. She went on a field trip to the Johns Hopkins School of Nursing that was arranged by the Park Heights Family Support Center. This trip allowed Makayla to tour the school, and they provided her with information as to how to enroll into the program.
Today, Makayla has her own apartment with her children who are flourishing. She enjoys coming back to the center to give updates on her progress. With the help of tutoring, mentoring and guidance from the Park Heights Family Support Center, Makayla now understands how sometimes the simplest answers can have the greatest effect.
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Family and Children's Services (FCS) 4623 Falls Road Baltimore, MD 21209 410-366-1980