Category Archives: FCS in the News

New Bel Air Photo Exhibit Shines Light on Those Who Are Sometimes Overlooked – The Aegis

The photographs in the “Portrait of Care” exhibit at the Liriodendron Gallery include one of Bernard Redd, 68, a client at the Children and Family Services Medical Adult Day Care Program at Harford Community College. (Photo Courtesy of Irna Jay) Every person has a story to tell; some have more opportunity to share theirs than […]

Baltimore Non-Profit Receives $2 Million Grant to Aid Crime Victims – WBAL-TV

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A Baltimore-based nonprofit has been awarded a $2 million state grant to assist families impacted by crime in the area. Family and Children’s Services (FCS) received the grant, which will be distributed over two years, through the Governor’s Office of Crime Control and Prevention through the Victims of Crime Act.  

Adult Day Care Helps Keep Senior Citizens Active – The Baltimore Sun

Adult Day Care

Photos from a visit to the adult day care program at Harford Community College provided through Family and Children’s Services of Harford County. (MATT BUTTON | AEGIS STAFF / Baltimore Sun) Ninety-something-year-old Bill Herr typically needs two people to help him walk – with a walker, but he was cutting up a rug last week […]

Resource Fair to Highlight Services for Baltimore’s 55+ Community – WBALTV.com

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Free blood pressure screenings, glaucoma screenings and flu shots will be just some of the highlighted stations Thursday at the Baltimore 55+ Resource Fair. The event, which is being organized by Family and Children’s Services and the Edward A. Myerberg Center, will take place from 2 to 5 p.m. at the Myerberg Center at 3101 […]

A Head Start on the Future for Little Graduates – The Baltimore Sun

Head Start Ceremony

Family and Children’s Services of Central Maryland Early Head Start transition ceremony. (Courtesy of Family and Children’s Services of Central Maryland) Twelve three-year-olds from Baltimore recently took part in a rite of passage usually reserved for older children. They donned caps and gowns and walked in a procession as part of an unofficial commencement ceremony […]

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