Resource Directory

Agency Phone Number Address Description
15 Strongwood Rd
Owings Mills, MD 21117

Provides speech-language therapy to families throughout the Baltimore area.

888-743-0023 (Toll Free in Maryland)
200 St. Paul Place, 16th Floor
Baltimore, MD 21202

Provides mediation services to consumers in helping to resolve complaints against businesses and health insurance carriers throughout the state of Maryland.

(610) 521-0339
35 West Sellers Ave.
Ridley Park, PA 19078

Specializes in travel for the disabled. Plans tours and trips to many places 

115 Cockeys Mill Road
Reisterstown, MD 21136
Rabbi David Greenspoon
Egalitarian Conservative congregation with services, life cycle events, children’s activities.
One North Charles St.
Suite 2400
Baltimore, MD 21201
  • We protect the rights of children in all aspects of health, justice, education and welfare—improving the social sphere for each of Maryland’s children
  • We champion the need for a better world for each child and watching out for them when no one else does—it is all about building positive childhood experiences for generations to come
6107 Greenspring Avenue
Baltimore, MD 21209
Rabbi Mordechai Shuchatowitz
Orthodox congregation affiliated with National Agudath Israel of America.
6202 Park Heights Avenue
Baltimore, MD 21215
Rabbi Moshe Heinemann
Orthodox congregation with youth activities, NWCP headquarters, cemetery.
Participating AMC Theaters

We Bring AMC Sensory Friendly Films to Families Affected by Autism on a Monthly Basis to Select Communities.

The program provides a special opportunity for families to enjoy their favorite films in a safe and accepting environment. The auditoriums dedicated to the program have their lights up, the sound turned down and audience members are invited to get up and dance, walk, shout or sing!

The idea for the program began with a request from a parent with an autistic child for a special screening at AMC Columbia Mall 14 in Columbia, MD. More than 300 children and parents attended the first screening.

We are thrilled to now offer the program at many locations nationwide — please see below for a complete list of participating theatres. As a leading theatrical exhibition company, we are so proud to be making a difference in the estimated 1.5 million Americans living with an autism spectrum disorder by offering families a chance to see a movie together — often for the very first time.

Participating Theatres


(410) 876-2422
Arc of Carroll County
180 Kriders Church Rd
Westminster, MD 21158

The Arc Carroll County offers a wide range of services. Each person supported is involved in the important decisions that affect their life. Service plans are self directed as much as possible to guarantee that their individual goals and preferences are met.

1010 Wayne Ave. #650
Silver Springs, MD 20910

Promotes and protects the human rights of people with intellectual and developmental disabilities and actively supports their full inclusion and participation in the community throughout their lifetimes.

3509 Clarks Lane
Baltimore, MD 21215
Rabbi Amram Taub
Orthodox congregation. Weekday davening takes place at 6615 Park Heights Ave.; Shabbos & Yom Tov davening is at 3509 Clarks Lane.
1118 Light St
Baltimore, MD 21230

B-CARS is an alternative to psychiatric hospitalization, and a resource for psychiatric emergencies.

3120 Clarks Lane
Baltimore, MD 21209
Rabbi Y. Zvi Weiss
Full-service Orthodox congregation with multiple services for morning and evening worship.
Bais HaMedrash & Mesivta of Baltimore
6823 Old Pimlico Road
Baltimore, MD 21209
Rosh Yeshiva: Rabbi Zvi Dov Slanger
Orthodox yeshiva, high school and post-high school, combining a rigorous Jewish studies program with a state of Maryland-approved secular studies program. Serving young men from Baltimore and beyond. Dormitory facilities.

Bais Yaakov School for Girls
Elementary School
11111 Park Heights Avenue
Owings Mills, MD 21117

Middle/High School
6300 Smith Avenue
Baltimore, MD 21209
Elementary school principal: Rabbi Mendel Freedman
Middle school principal: Rabbi Naftoli Hexter
High school principal: Rabbi Yechezkel Zweig
Jewish girls school, nursery to grade 12. Secular and
Judaic studies in elementary, middle and high schools.
Under Orthodox auspices.

P.O. Box 878
Sparks, MD 21152

Provides recreational and sports activities for disabled individuals throughout the Baltimore area.

Baltimore City Counseling Center
1200 East Fayette St
Baltimore, MD 21202

In-home counseling and mental health services clinic

Office of Therapeutic Recreation Services Farring-Baybrook Recreation Center
4501 Farring Court
Brooklyn, MD 21225

Offers a year-round program at the Farring-Baybrook Recreation Center for adults, including bocce, wheelchair basketball, ceramics class, jazzercise, a monthly dance, etc. The program is open to Baltimore County residents.

3002 Druid Park Drive
Baltimore, MD 21215

An interagency program for families with young children who may be experiencing a delay in development or who have been diagnosed with a condition that is likely to affect development.  Eligibility: Children ages 0 through 2*, with a suspected developmental delay are eligible for screening and assessments to identify early intervention needs in the areas of speech/language; physical, cognitive, and psycho-social development, and self-help skills. Services are provided at no cost to the family. 

105 West Chesapeake Ave, Suite 201
Towson, MD 21204

Baltimore County believes that a Commission on Disabilities is necessary to advise on the coordination and development of the County's policies for citizens with disabilities. The County endorses the policy that no qualified person shall, on the basis of disability, be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or otherwise be subjected to discrimination under any program or activity within Baltimore County. The goals of the Commission are: to achieve an effective and systematic delivery of public, private, and consumer resources to all people with disabilities in the County; to identify the strengths and weaknesses in programs, services, and resources available to citizens with disabilities; and to propose the means whereby the needs of citizens with disabilities can be met.