Recently our CEO, FT Burden, and Program Assistant, Gene Stonesifer, were featured on Chamber Chat, a weekly radio program that airs on Sunday Mornings around 7:30 am on AM 1470 or FM 102.3 WTTR. The program features Mike McMullin, President of the Carroll County Chamber of Commerce. Each program, Mike chats with a guest about […]
By Erika Butler, The Aegis Newspaper Being the victim of a crime can cause significant trauma, and the Harford State’s Attorney’s Office and Office of Family and Children’s Services are partnering to ensure victims of all crimes — not just domestic violence or sexual assault — get the support they need to deal with that […]
BEL AIR, Md. (WMAR) — In Bel Air, the shroud of heroin and opioid addiction is rattling the town’s police department — in the past few years, they’ve been inundated with calls of overdoses and even worse — deaths. For the last four years, Police Chief Charles Moore has watched as the number of those […]
Our very own, Jennifer Redding, Deputy Chief of Behavioral Health Services, was featured during a news broadcast by WBAL channel 11. She provided valuable advice for those who are victims of assault. Below is a copy of the article on the WBAL website: ABERDEEN, Md. — Aberdeen police are seeking the public’s help to identify a […]
Left to right: Bel Air Police Chief Charles Moore, Jennifer Redding, Deputy Chief of Behavioral Health Services, Family and Children’s Services, D/CPL Matthew Gullion, Bel Air Police Department, and Joe Ryan, Director, The Office of Drug Control Policy (Bel Air, Md) In an attempt to break the cycle of addiction, Family and Children’s Services has […]
A Frederick County family is accused of child abuse after posting a video that left their child in tears. The parents are claiming the video, which has since been removed from their channel, was fake, and that the children were in on the prank.
Counsler Gabrielle Scott from Family and Childrens Services holds Chance the puppy dog as camper Dean Badders of Fallston gives him a hug during the body safety session at the Havre de Grace Police Safety Camp at the Havre de Grace Community Center Wednesday.
A Baltimore County woman has been arrested after police say she was seen in a video beating two of her children in an attempt to get her husband’s attention. Rachel Marie Pietro, 26, has been charged with two counts of second-degree assault and second-degree child abuse. She is being held without bail.