Resource Directory

Agency Phone Number Address Description
410-625-9409
1 North Charles Street, Suite 200
Baltimore, MD 21201

The Center is dedicated to protecting the legal rights of the under-represented. It works to achieve systemic change through litigation, public education and legislation. PJC also operates a Tenant Advocacy Project (TAP) for people facing eviction who have unlawful living conditions in Baltimore City.

410-779-4969
3501 Taylor Avenue
Baltimore, MD 21236

Provides radio access to current newspapers and magazines for persons who are visually or physically impaired to the degree that they are unable to read for themselves. Listeners do not have to be legally blind to receive programming. Contact the Radio Reading Network for a listener application.

800-565-8190
301 West Preston Street, Room 210
Baltimore, MD 21201

Provides primary health and medical services to patients and individuals who meet specific criteria.

(410) 225-7888
1821 N. Smallwood Street
Baltimore, MD 21216

Provides adult medical day care for persons over age 18 who have developmental or physical disabilities.

711
301 West Preston Street Suite 1008A
Baltimore, MD 21201

Provides communication techniques through text message with individuals and families throughout Maryland who are deaf, hard-of-hearing, late-deafened or speech disabled.

410-514-7436
217 E. Redwood Street, Suite 1300
Baltimore, MD 21202

A state administered program that funds local governments to provide flat rent subsidies to low-income families who either are homeless or have an emergency housing need.  The goal of this program is to enable households to move from homelessness or temporary emergency housing into more permanent housing.  This program provides a monthly rental allowance payment for up to 12 months.

410-785-3274
11350 McCormick Road, Suite 700
Hunt Valley, MD 21031

Provides residential services to adults and children who have intellectual and developmental disabilities

410-601-WELL
5051 Greenspring Avenue
Baltimore MD 21209

Provides inpatient and outpatient services to patients with diseases of the nervous system and spine throughout the state of Maryland.

(410) 853-8990
Drumcastle Government Center
6401 York Rd.
Baltimore, MD 21212

Provides rent subsides through a Federal program to enable families, elderly or physically disabled individuals to locate decent, affordable housing.

410-288-9050
7930 Eastern Boulevard
Baltimore, MD 21224

Provides community service employment opportunities to income-eligible Baltimore County residents, age 55 and older. Participants earn minimum wage while training in the community for government and non-profit agencies. The goal of SCSEP is to provide work experience and on-the-job training to improve the individual’s skills and thus enhance their ability to obtain an unsubsidized job.  SCSEP participants train at such agencies as Baltimore County Libraries, Public Schools, Department of Aging Senior Centers, as well as the American Red Cross, American Cancer Society and other locations. These agencies serve as Host Agencies and SCSEP participants are assigned to the host agency as their training sites for no longer than one year. A host agency must be a unit of government or a non-profit organization classified under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. Host agencies provide training, supervision, and work experience for participants.

 

410-887-7940
11101 McCormick Road, Suite 102
Hunt Valley, MD 21031

Provides community service employment opportunities to income-eligible Baltimore County residents, age 55 and older. Participants earn minimum wage while training in the community for government and non-profit agencies. The goal of SCSEP is to provide work experience and on-the-job training to improve the individual’s skills and thus enhance their ability to obtain an unsubsidized job.  SCSEP participants train at such agencies as Baltimore County Libraries, Public Schools, Department of Aging Senior Centers, as well as the American Red Cross, American Cancer Society and other locations. These agencies serve as Host Agencies and SCSEP participants are assigned to the host agency as their training sites for no longer than one year. A host agency must be a unit of government or a non-profit organization classified under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. Host agencies provide training, supervision, and work experience for participants.

  

410-887-8912
3637 Offutt Road
Randallstown, MD 21133

Provides community service employment opportunities to income-eligible Baltimore County residents, age 55 and older. Participants earn minimum wage while training in the community for government and non-profit agencies. The goal of SCSEP is to provide work experience and on-the-job training to improve the individual’s skills and thus enhance their ability to obtain an unsubsidized job.  SCSEP participants train at such agencies as Baltimore County Libraries, Public Schools, Department of Aging Senior Centers, as well as the American Red Cross, American Cancer Society and other locations. These agencies serve as Host Agencies and SCSEP participants are assigned to the host agency as their training sites for no longer than one year. A host agency must be a unit of government or a non-profit organization classified under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. Host agencies provide training, supervision, and work experience for participants.

  

301-663-8044
5303 Spectrum Drive Suite I
Frederick, MD 21703

Supports people of all ages with intellectual and developmental disabilities to make choices affecting their lives and to access resources and services in their community. Service Coordination works with individuals with developmental disabilities who are receiving services funded by the Maryland State Developmental Disabilities Administration (DDA) and people who are applying for DDA services.  Service Coordination has 13 offices in 9 counties and Baltimore City and serves almost 13,000 people.

Shaarei Tfiloh Congregation
410-523-4375
2001 Liberty Heights Avenue
Baltimore, MD 21217
Rabbi David E. Herman
Orthodox congregation with Sunday and High Holiday services. Building available for rent.
202-448-1460
Shared Horizons
4301 Connecticut Avenue NW, Suite 310
Washington, DC 20008

Shared Horizons is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization created to manage Pooled Special Needs Trusts. The nonprofit currently manages two Trusts: 

 

The Wesley Vinner Memorial Trust (self-funded)

The 3rd Party Community Trust

 

Both Trusts are designed to improve the quality of life for people with disabilities, while protecting assets and benefits.

 

The initial Trust was named in honor of Wesley Vinner, who was a strong, committed self-advocate who lived over 15 years at Forest Haven. He worked with many advocacy and disability rights organizations advocating for people with disabilities in the District of Columbia to lead meaningful, productive lives in the community. Wesley wanted all people with disabilities to receive quality services in a timely manner from the agencies created to serve them.

 

WHY CHOOSE SHARED HORIZONS?

 

We offer Trust Services that are:

Social Security & Medicaid Approved

Affordable

Person-centered 

Professional 

Easily accessible

Responsive

Individualized

           - we work hard to know each beneficiary and their needs

410-945-4356
5115 Edmondson Avenue
Baltimore, MD 21229

Offers: Supported Employment, Family Support Services, Individual Support Services, Community Supported Living Arrangements, and Behavioral Support Services. 

Shearith Israel Congregation
410-466-3060
5835 Park Heights Avenue
Baltimore, MD 21215
Rabbi Yaakov Hopfer
Orthodox congregation with mikvah for men and women, kosher rental hall.
443-529-1600
5809 Park Heights Avenue
Baltimore, MD 21215

Serves as a community-wide program providing the educational support necessary for Jewish children with learning differences to reach their full intellectual, academic, emotional and social potential in a Jewish setting. Services are offered in each school in accordance with the school’s educational and religious policies.

410-938-5000
6501 North Charles Street
Baltimore, MD 21204

Provides inpatient and outpatient mental health services for children, adolescents and adults with developmental disabilities and neurological impairments.

410-358-8604
6221 Greenspring Avenue
Baltimore, MD 21209
Rabbi Binyamin Marwick
Orthodox congregation with diverse membership; kosher rental hall.

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