Resource Directory

Agency Phone Number Address Description
Bowie Therapeutic Nursery Center (BTNC)
3120 Belair Drive
Bowie, MD 20715

BTNC specializes in the diagnosis, education, treatment & prevention of developmental/emotional difficulties in children from 2.5 to 5 years of age. Licensed, private non-profit, serving Prince George's County and the extended Bowie/Crofton area. Multi-disciplinary staff. Parent programs, trainings, community consultations and more; transportation provided.

701 Wyman Park Drive
"Baltimore, MD 21211

Provides programs and services for young adults to build their character, self-esteem, citizenship and personal fitness goals.

1718 Belmont Avenue
Baltimore, MD 21244

Provides a high level of protection for individuals with  injuries and disabilities throughout the state of Maryland.

2200 Kernan Drive
Baltimore, MD 21207

Provides educational tools, resources and support services for individuals with brain injuries and their families throughout the Baltimore area.

5506 Connecticut Avenue, NW
Washington, DC 20015

Provides primary medical treatment & services to children and young adults with autism throughout the DC area.

2510 St. Paul Street
Baltimore, MD 21218

Provides services to children, adults and seniors at risk of eviction to help transition their lives back into the community.

(410) 887-2731
6401 York Road
Baltimore, MD 21212

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

(410) 876-1836
180 Kriders Church Road
Westminster, MD 21158

By Their Side provides eligible Developmentally Disabled individuals with advocacy, legal rights, resource support and help with transition planning upon the death of their primary caregiver.

27 Lloyd Street Baltimore, MD 21202
Rabbi Etan Mintz
Modern Orthodox synagogue in downtown Baltimore offers religious, educational and social programs.
PO Box 6956
Columbia, MD 21045
Liberal unaffiliated congregation with religious, educational and social activities.
Eastern Shore
22242 Bay Shore Road
Chestertown, MD 21620

Programs include adaptive swimming, sports and recreation, canoeing, gardening, and other activities.  Serves ages: 6 through adult; disabilities accepted: Open to all types of disabilities. Unable to serve individuals who have aggressive and abusive behavior.

410-323-0500 ext. 366
Catoctin Mountain National Park,
15001 Park Central
Sabillasville, MD 21780

Since its inception in 1937, Camp Greentop has been meeting the needs of children and adults with physical, emotional, cognitive, and multiple disabilities. Camp Greentop is one of the oldest residential camps in America designed specifically for people with special needs.

11 Celadon Road
Owings Mills, MD 21117

Camp Jemicy provides daily individualized, structured, multisensory instruction and tutoring tailored to each child’s needs. At the same time, the program helps to build self-esteem and promote individual growth through exciting and enjoyable social and activity based camping experiences.  Serves ages: 6–12; disabilities accepted: Dyslexia and other related language based learning differences.

70 Darom Lane
Clayton, GA 30525

A hands-on summer camp program that provides a safe, loving, and nurturing environment for Jewish children with developmental and cognitive disabilities, regardless of affiliation or background, ability or disability.

Farring-Baybrook Recreation Center
4501 Farring Court
Brooklyn, MD 21225

Program includes door-to-door transportation for Baltimore City residents. Offers a day camp for physically, mentally, and emotionally challenged children sponsored by the Baltimore City Department of Recreation and Parks; serves ages: 5–21; disabilities accepted: Children who are physically, mentally, and/or emotionally challenged.

520 West Lombard Street
Baltimore, MD 21201

Provides mental health services for children and families dealing with child abuse and violence throughout the state of Maryland.

1026 Cromwell Bridge Rd
Baltimore, MD 21286

Number one provider of contractual education professionals, management and consulting for schools, and continuing education training for professionals.

41 North Philadelphia Boulevard
Aberdeen, MD 21001

Provides caring and long-term services to adults with disabilities throughout Maryland.

(800) 441-9181
15222 Dino Drive
Burtonsville, MD 20866

The Caroline Center provides individualized services for persons who are developmentally disabled through which their greatest potential toward independent living and integration can be obtained.

410-252-4700 ext. 265
2300 Dulaney Valley Road
Timonium, MD 21093

Family Navigator offers support and connects families to workshops, support groups, and community based services. Baltimore County families who have private health insurance, public health insurance, or no health insurance are encouraged to take advantage of this free service.  In addition, Kinship Care Navigator is there to help with the challenges of raising grandchildren or other related children. As a kinship care provider, you may be eligible for certain resources to help you raise the child you are caring for. Kinship Care Navigator is a free service that can connect you with financial assistance, support for housing, child care resources, health care services, legal services, support groups, behavioral/mental health services, and educational advocacy resources.