Resource Directory

Agency Phone Number Address Description
410-887-BCHD (2243)
6401 York Road, 3rd Floor
Baltimore, MD 21212

Provides programs and services that promote and protect public health to individuals and families throughout the Baltimore community.

410-887-5370
TTY: 410-887-5319 (TTY)
105 West Chesapeake Avenue, Suite 302
Towson, MD 21204

Offer a variety of countywide recreational opportunities and services for individuals with disabilities.

410-853-3000
410-583-9398 after hours
6401 York Road, 2nd Floor
Baltimore, MD 21212

Provides public assistance programs for low-income families and children in crisis throughout the Baltimore area.

(410) 853-3000
Drumcastle Government Center
6401 York Rd.
Baltimore, MD 21212

Provides living arrangements in a family setting for elderly or disabled adults in need of protective housing.

410-887-2720
6401 York Road, 3rd Floor
Baltimore, MD 21212

Provides a variety of general health services to those throughout the community, ranging from children and women to seniors. 

410-887-1003
3902 Annapolis Road
Baltimore, MD 21227

Offers a variety of free public health services for children & adolescents, adults, seniors and pets throughout the Baltimore area.

410-887-2169
Baltimore County Public Schools ESS Building
6901 Charles Street
Towson, MD 21204

Family centered community based program for children with suspected or diagnosed developmental delay. Provides early intervention services in the home or through visits to sites located throughout Baltimore County. This program serves children ages 0-3.

410-887-6100
TTY: 410-821-5705
Administrative Offices
320 York Road
Towson, MD 21204

Offers a range of tools to make things accessible.  The catalog is available in a large text version; there is also a small collection of Braille board and picture books. To find Braille books in the BCPL catalog, type “Braille Books” in the catalog search box.  Assistive or adaptive technology equipment (Optelec, Zoom Text, OPENBook) is available on a first-come, first-served basis at Catonsville, Pikesville, and Towson branches. Customers should have basic keyboard skills and familiarity with the available software.  Each branch has a magnifying glass at the Information Desk for customer use.  Deaf or hearing/speech impaired customers and TTY users can reach Baltimore County Public Library branches and the Administrative Offices through Maryland Relay.  InfoEyes is a question-and-answer service for people with a visual impairment or other print limitation. The meeting rooms at the Catonsville, North Point, Randallstown, Towson and White Marsh Branches are equipped with Phonic Ear VocaLight, an infrared transmitter-receiver sound field amplication system.  

410-887-3660
Greenwood Campus
6901 North Charles Street
Towson, MD 21204

Provides vision, leadership, and expertise to schools and offices through curricular and instructional initiatives to support students with disabilities throughout the Baltimore area.

410-887-5281
White Oak Resource Center for Families and Schools
8401 Leefield Road
Baltimore, MD 21234

A resource program to assist families, schools, and community organizations in promoting student achievement. This program is designed to focus on the following goal as identified in the Baltimore County Public Schools Blueprint for Progress: “Engage parents/guardians, businesses, and community members in the educational process.” To support this goal, Parent Support  Develops and disseminates materials to support and promote parental involvement, Provides learning opportunities for parents/guardians and community members, Offers professional development opportunities to school staff.

410-887-0321
Middlesex Elementary School Resource Center for Families and Schools
142 Bennett Road
Baltimore, MD 21221

A resource program to assist families, schools, and community organizations in promoting student achievement. This program is designed to focus on the following goal as identified in the Baltimore County Public Schools Blueprint for Progress: “Engage parents/guardians, businesses, and community members in the educational process.” To support this goal, Parent Support  Develops and disseminates materials to support and promote parental involvement, Provides learning opportunities for parents/guardians and community members, Offers professional development opportunities to school staff.

410-887-1269
Campfield Resource Center for Families and Schools
"6834 Alter Street
Baltimore, MD 21207

A resource program to assist families, schools, and community organizations in promoting student achievement. This program is designed to focus on the following goal as identified in the Baltimore County Public Schools Blueprint for Progress: “Engage parents/guardians, businesses, and community members in the educational process.” To support this goal, Parent Support  Develops and disseminates materials to support and promote parental involvement, Provides learning opportunities for parents/guardians and community members, Offers professional development opportunities to school staff.

410-887-7147
Dundalk Middle School Resource Center for Families and Schools
7400 Dunman Way
Baltimore, MD 21222

A resource program to assist families, schools, and community organizations in promoting student achievement. This program is designed to focus on the following goal as identified in the Baltimore County Public Schools Blueprint for Progress: “Engage parents/guardians, businesses, and community members in the educational process.” To support this goal, Parent Support  Develops and disseminates materials to support and promote parental involvement, Provides learning opportunities for parents/guardians and community members, Offers professional development opportunities to school staff.

410-887-3646
Maiden Choice Resource Center for Families and Schools
4901 Shelbourne Road
Baltimore, MD 21227

A resource program to assist families, schools, and community organizations in promoting student achievement. This program is designed to focus on the following goal as identified in the Baltimore County Public Schools Blueprint for Progress: “Engage parents/guardians, businesses, and community members in the educational process.” To support this goal, Parent Support  Develops and disseminates materials to support and promote parental involvement, Provides learning opportunities for parents/guardians and community members, Offers professional development opportunities to school staff.

410-887-3670
York Building
8600 LaSalle Road, Suite 504
Towson, MD 21286

Provides parents resources and help with special education and supports.

410-764-1587
7401 Park Heights Avenue
Baltimore, MD 21208
Rabbi Andrew Busch
Reform congregation offers preschool, religious school, educational opportunities, social action.
410-704-7117
Towson University, College of Liberal Arts
8000 York Rd.
Towson, Maryland 21252

The Baltimore Hebrew Institute (BHI) at Towson University provides support for the education and training of a diverse cadre of scholars, Jewish educators and communal professionals. Through their affiliation with BHI, students in the graduate programs in Jewish studies, Jewish communal service, and Jewish education (programs formerly of Baltimore Hebrew University) are offered a variety of special programs and networking opportunities, as well as scholarships and fellowships.

With over 21,000 students, Towson University, just minutes from Baltimore City, offers the advantages and synergies of a large metropolitan university to provide unique collaborative opportunities for students wishing to explore the Master of Arts, post graduate certificates, dual degrees and inter-disciplinary programs in a variety of Judaic academic fields.

The flagship community of Baltimore and the outstanding communal organizations of THE ASSOCIATED provide rich opportunities for internships and employment. BHI also offers a broad array of adult education opportunities, including an extensive Hebrew language program, scholarly lectures, museum trips, and film events. BHI’s renowned library collection of over 70,000 volumes, the largest Judaica library in the southeast, is housed in Towson University’s Albert S. Cook Library.

410-542-4850
5750 Park Heights Avenue
Baltimore MD 21215

The Baltimore Jewish Council is the community relations and political arm of THE ASSOCIATED: Jewish Community Federation of Baltimore. The Council represents the greater Baltimore area Jewish organizations and congregations on social, political and humanitarian issues that affect Jews and the quality of life locally, nationally, and worldwide. The Council provides a forum for member organizations and individuals to respond to these concerns by developing policies and guidelines for action through education and advocacy.

(410) 837-2647
201 East Baltimore Street
Baltimore, MD 21202

The Core Service Agency of Baltimore City. It provides mental health information and resources--outpatient, inpatient, residential, etc.

410-243-6007
800-487-6007 (Tenant/landlord Counseling Hotline)
2530 North Charles Street, Suite 200
Baltimore, MD 21218

Promotes justice for Maryland residents through fair housing and tenant-landlord programs and public information activities.

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