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Includes crisis resources in English, Spanish, French, and Korean

Recursos en español para casos de crisis | Ressources en cas de crise en français | 응급시에 필요한 정보
ACS: THE vOICE OF HumAn uSInG “LOOKInG FOR AnSWERS?”
SERvICES In HOWARD COunTy
is a dynamic membership network of human services Information is listed in two ways:
providers and advocates focused on serving Howard ➊ By types of service organizations provide (i.e. “Child
County residents. Care,” “Housing,” etc.) Pages 5 – 7.

ACS advances human services in Howard County by ➋ Alphabetically by organization name. This listing
offering organizations and individuals the information, includes more detailed information on services,
support, training, education, and connections they websites, who to contact, and how to contact them.
need to operate successfully, provide services efficiently, Pages 8 – 22.
inform the community about their services, and address
Information in this directory was current as of September,
pressing human services issues.
2010. For the latest member service information:
Visit www.acshoco.org for information on: • visit the ACS website: www.acshoco.org;
• ACS membership benefits and to join online • call our offices: 410-715-9545; or
• contact individual members directly.
• Education and training events
• Free monthly meetings with leaders in the
human services field
• ACS advocacy efforts Crisis Resources in English, French, Korean
and Spanish
• Sponsorship opportunities
• Crisis resources in English: page 23
• Ressources en cas de crise en français: page 24
Additional copies are available at no charge.
• 응급시에 필요한 정보: page 25
Contact ACS at 410-715-9545 or info@acshoco.org
to arrange for pickup. • Recursos en español para casos de crisis: page 26

DIRECTORy COnTRIBuTORS

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• Humanim • Howard County • Loyola Clinical Centers • Ascend One
• Akúbo Health Department • Rebuilding Together • Columbia Housing Corporation
• Howard County Howard County • Girl Scouts of Central Maryland
General Hospital • Athelas Institute • Howard County Housing
• Emerge, Inc.
• Chase Brexton Health
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Abuse: Physical, • Nicodemus Communications Group, • bearsolutions, page 9


Domestic, Sexual page 20 • Build Haiti Foundation, page 9
• Domestic Violence Center of Howard • Pinnacle Career Resources, page 20 • Counselors Helping (South) Asian Indians,
County, page 12 • RM3 Enterprises, page 20 page 12
• Loyola Clinical Centers, page 19 • Synergies Consulting Group, page 22 • Humanim, page 17
• Serenity Center, page 21 • Judy Grusso, page 18
• Voices for Children, page 22
Child Care Information • Nicodemus Communications Group,
• Christian Care Foundation for Children with page 20
Aging Services Disabilities, page 11 • Pinnacle Career Resources, page 20
• Howard Community College, page 15
2010–2011 BOARD OF DIRECTORS 2011 Supporters • Alzheimer’s Association, Greater Maryland • RM3 Enterprises, page 20
Chapter, page 8 • Howard County Department of Citizen • SBK Consulting, page 21
• AT: LAST, The Maryland Assistive Services, Office of Children’s Services,
Officers page 15 • Synergies Consulting Group, page 22
Technology Co-op, page 8
President Secretary • Coalition of Geriatric Services (COGS), Counseling, Mental Health
page 11
Children and Adolescent
Harry Schwarz Debra Popiel Services
Services
bearsolutions Grassroots Crisis Intervention Center • Comfort Keepers, page 12 • Better BedRest, page 9
• A-OK Mentoring, page 8
• Generations Newspaper, page 14 • Bridgeway Community Church, page 9
Vice President Treasurer • Arc of Howard County, page 8
• Gilchrist Hospice Care, page 14 • Chase Brexton Health Services, page 11
Jackie Eng David Shippee • AT: LAST, The Maryland Assistive
Bridges to Housing Stability Chase Brexton Health Services • Howard County Department of Citizen Technology Co-op, page 8 • Christian Counseling Associates, page 11
Services, Office on Aging, page 16
• Bridgeway Community Church, page 9 • Counselors Helping (South) Asian Indians,
• Jewish Community Services of Howard page 12
County, page 17 • Christian Care Foundation for Children with
Directors Disabilities, page 11 • Emerge, Inc., page 12
• Korean American Community Association,
page 18 • Columbia Association, page 11 • Family & Children’s Services, page 12
Dick Barnard Jessie Newburn
Community Advocate • Linwood Center, page 18 • Conexiones, page 12 • Healthy Howard, page 14
Department of Citizen Services
• Loyola Clinical Centers, page 19 • Counselors Helping (South) Asian Indians, • Howard County Mental Health Authority,
Jay Blackman Laurie Remer page 12 page 16
• Meals on Wheels of Central Maryland,
Howard County General Hospital Leadership Howard County • Family and Children’s Services, page 12 • Howard County Pregnancy Center, page 16
page 19
• Money Matters of Howard County, page 19 • First Tee of Howard County, page 12 • Humanim, page 17
Gail Doerr Mary Schiller
Howard County Public Schools • Neighbor Ride, page 19 • HC DrugFree, page 14 • Jewish Community Services, page 17
Howard Community College
• Rebuilding Together Howard County, • Howard County Autism Society, page 15 • Korean American Community Association,
Vidia Dhanraj Laura Smit page 20 • Howard County Department of Citizen page 18
DVD Consultants Columbia Association • Winter Growth, page 22 Services, Office of Children’s Services, • Loyola Clinical Centers, page 19
page 15 • Maryland Coalition of Families for
Lisa Dolce Sue Song • Humanim, page 17 Children’s Mental Health, page 19
Alcohol and Drug Abuse Services
Pinnacle Career Resources Korean American Community
• HC DrugFree, page 14 • Maryland Coalition of Families for • NAMI-Howard County, page 19
Association Children’s Mental Health, page 19
Steve Girard • Howard County Health Department, • National Family Resiliency Center, page 19
Grace Community Church Rev. Robert Turner page 16 • National Family Resiliency Center, page 19 • Serenity Center, page 21
St. John Baptist Church • Norbel School, page 20
Mary Lorsung Adoption Services and • Prepare for Success, page 20 Developmental Disabilities
Community Advocate Cathy Yost Information • Adaptive Living, page 8
• Special Olympics Howard County, page 21
The Business Monthly
• Center for Adoption Support and • Voices for Children, page 22 • Arc of Howard County, page 8
Education, page 11 • AT: LAST, The Maryland Assistive
• Y of Central Maryland, page 22
• Howard County Pregnancy Center, page 16 Technology Co-op, page 8
Chronic Illness Support • Athelas Institute, page 8
Business Services
2011 Community Advocates • Chase Brexton Health Services, page 11 • Christian Care Foundation for Children with
The Baltimore Sun • Akubo, page 8
• Comfort Keepers, page 12 Disabilities, page 11
Media Group • bearsolutions, page 9 • Emerge, Inc., page 12
Ron Carlson Jean Moon • Healthy Howard, page 14
• Commercial Insurance Managers, page 12 • Howard County Autism Society, page 15
Frank Chase Jessie Newburn • NAMI-Howard County, page 19
• Howard County Chamber of Commerce, • Howard County Department of Citizen
Pam College Judy Pittman The Business Monthly page 15 Consulting Services Services, Disabilities Services, page 15
Vidia Dhanraj Ann Rasenberger • Howard County Tourism Council, page 17 • Akubo, page 8 • Linwood Center, page 18
Sherrie Jordan David Weeks • Maryland Educational Opportunity Center, • Loyola Clinical Centers, page 19
• AT: LAST, The Maryland Assistive
Mary Lorsung Joe Willmott page 19 Technology Co-op, page 8 • Service Coordination, page 21
Carole MacPhee • Special Olympics Howard County, page 21

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Education and Training Employment Services • Prepare for Success, page 20 • Howard County Mental Health Authority, • PFLAG, page 20 • Volunteer Center Serving Howard County,
• Akubo, page 8 • Arc of Howard County, page 8 • Ulman Cancer Fund for Young Adults, page 16 • United Way Community Partnership of page 22
• Alianza de la Comunidad, page 8 • Athelas Institute, page 8 page 22 • Howard County Office of Human Rights, Howard County, page 22 • Wilde Lake Community Association,
page 16 page 22
• A-OK Mentoring, page 8 • Build Haiti Foundation, page 9
Financial Services Housing
• AT: LAST, The Maryland Assistive • Emerge, Inc., page 12 Health-related Services Legal Services
• Ascend One Corporation, page 8 • Adaptive Living, page 8
Technology Co-op, page 8 • Humanim, page 17
• Commercial Insurance Managers, page 12 • African American Coalition of Howard • African American Coalition of Howard • Judith Todes, Attorney at Law, page 18
• bearsolutions, page 9 • Linwood Center, page 18 County, page 8
• Howard County Department of Citizen County, page 8 • Legal Aid Bureau, page 18
• Bright Minds Foundation, page 9 • Pinnacle Career Resources, page 20 • Alzheimer’s Association, Greater Maryland
Services, page 15 • Athelas Institute, page 8 • Maryland Volunteer Lawyers Service,
• Build Haiti Foundation, page 9 Chapter, page 8 page 19
• makingCHANGE, page 19 • Columbia Housing Corporation, page 11
• Christian Care Foundation for Children with Faith-Based Services • Chase Brexton Health Services,
• Money Matters of Howard County, page 11 • Rebuilding Together Howard County,
Disabilities, page 11 • Bridgeway Community Church, page 9 Other
page 19 page 20
• Conexiones, page 12 • Christian Care Foundation for Children with • Christian Care Foundation for Children with • Candlelight Concert Society, page 11
• RM3 Enterprises, page 20 Disabilities, page 11
• First Tee of Howard County, page 12 Disabilities, page 11 Information and Referral
• Salvation Army, page 20
• HC DrugFree, page 14 • Christian Counseling Associates, page 11 • Christian Counseling Associates,
• Alzheimer’s Association, Greater Maryland Transportation
page 11 • African American Coalition of Howard
• Howard Community College, page 15 • Columbia Jewish Congregation, page 12 Food Assistance Chapter, page 8
• Comfort Keepers, page 12 County, page 8
• Howard County Chamber of Commerce, • Grace Community Church, page 14 • Bridgeway Community Church, page 9 • AT: LAST, The Maryland Assistive
page 15 • Generations Newspaper, page 14 Technology Co-op, page 8 • Central Maryland Regional Transit, page 11
• Howard County Pregnancy Center, page 16 • Community Action Council, page 12
• Howard County Pregnancy Center, page 16 • Gilchrist Hospice Care, page 14 • Christ Church Link, page 11 • Howard County Department of Citizen
• Kittamaqundi Community Church, page 18 • FISH of Howard County, page 12
• Healthy Howard, page 14 • Coalition of Geriatric Services (COGS), Services, Office on Aging, page 16
• Howard County Public School System, • New Hope Seventh-Day Adventist Church, • Grace Community Church, page 14
page 17 page 20 • Howard County Department of Citizen page 11 • Neighbor Ride, page 19
• Meals on Wheels of Central Maryland, Services, page 15 • Counselors Helping (South) Asian Indians
• Judy Center, page 18 • St. John The Evangelist Baptist Church, page 19
• Howard County General Hospital, page 16 (CHAI), page 12 Volunteers
• Kittamaqundi Community Church, page 18 page 22
• Salvation Army, page 20 • FIRN, page 12 • A-OK Mentoring, page 8
• Lazarus Foundation, page 18 • Howard County Health Department,
Family Support Services page 16 • Grassroots Crisis Intervention Center, • Asian American Healthcare Center, page 8
• Leadership Howard County, page 18 Foreign-born Assistance
• Alzheimer’s Association, Greater Maryland • Johns Hopkins Home Care Group, page 14 • Build Haiti Foundation, page 9
• League of Women Voters of Howard • Alianza de la Comunidad, page 8 page 18
Chapter, page 8 • Harper’s Choice Community Association, • Christian Care Foundation for Children with
County, page18 • Asian American Healthcare Center,
• Arc of Howard County, page 8 • Meals on Wheels of Central Maryland, page 14 Disabilities, page 11
• Linwood Center, page 18 page 8 page 19
• Better BedRest, page 9 • HC Drug Free, page 14 • Columbia Association, page 11
• Loyola Clinical Centers, page 19 • Build Haiti Foundation, page 9 • Serenity Center, page 21
• Bridges to Housing Stability, page 9 • Hickory Ridge Community Association, • FISH of Howard County, page 12
• makingChange, page 19 • Conexiones, page 12 • Ulman Cancer Fund for Young Adults, page 14
• Center for Adoption Support and • Howard County Pregnancy Center, page 16
• Maryland Coalition of Families for • Counselors Helping (South) Asian Indians page 22 • Howard County Chamber of Commerce,
Education, page 11 • Jewish Community Services, page 17
Children’s Mental Health, page 19 (CHAI), page 12 • Winter Growth, page 22 page 15
• Christian Care Foundation for Children with • Leadership Howard County, page 18
• Maryland Educational Opportunity Center, • FIRN, page 12 • Y of Central Maryland, page 22 • Howard County Department of Citizen
Disabilities, page 11 • Neighbor Ride, page 19
page 19 • Jewish Community Services, page 17 Services, page 15
• Community Action Council, page 12 • Special Olympics Howard County, page 21
• Mediation and Conflict Resolution Center, • Judith Todes, Attorney at Law, page 18 Home-Based Services • Howard County Pregnancy Center,
page 19 • Domestic Violence Center of Howard • Voices for Children, page 22
• Korean American Community Association, • Comfort Keepers, page 12 page 16
County, page 12
• NAMI – Howard County, page 19 page 18 • Howard County Tourism Council, • Volunteer Center Serving Howard County,
• Family & Children’s Services, page 12 • Christian Care Foundation for Children with
• Norbel School, page 20 • Howard Community College, page 15 Disabilities, page 11 page 17 page 22
• Generations Newspaper, page 14
• Pinnacle Career Resources, page 20 • Howard County Department of Citizen • Jewish Community Services, page 17
• Gilchrist Hospice Care, page 14 Foundations
• Synergies, page 22 Services, Office on Aging, page 16 • Maryland Coalition of Families for
• Grace Community Church, page 14 • Bright Minds Foundation, page 9 Children’s Mental Health, page 19
• University of Maryland Extension, page 22 • Meals on Wheels of Central Maryland,
• Howard County Department of Citizen • Build Haiti Foundation, page 9 page 19 • Maryland Educational Opportunity Center,
Emergency and Crisis Services Services, page 15 page 19
• Columbia Foundation, page 11 • Rebuilding Together Howard County,
• Christ Church Link, page 11 • Howard County Department of Social page 20 • NAMI-Howard County, page 19
Services, page 16 • Horizon Foundation, page 14
• Community Action Council, page 12 • Oakland Mills Community Association,
• Howard County Mental Health Authority, • Lazarus Foundation, page 18 Homeless Services page 20
• Domestic Violence Center of Howard page 16
County, page 12 • Bridges to Housing Stability, page 9 • Owen Brown Community Association,
• Howard County Pregnancy Center, page 16 Government Agencies
• Grassroots Crisis Intervention Center, page 20
• FISH of Howard County, page 12 • Howard County Department of Citizen
• Jewish Community Services of Howard page 14 • PFLAG, page 20
• Grassroots Crisis Intervention Center, 14 County, page 17 Services, page 15
• Howard County Department of Corrections, • Service Coordination, page 21
• Howard County General Hospital, page 16 • Maryland Coalition of Families for Hotlines
page 16 • Town Center Community Association,
• Howard County Pregnancy Center, page 16 Children’s Mental Health, page 19 • Grassroots Crisis Intervention Center,
• Howard County Department of Social page 22
• Howard County Mental Health Authority, • NAMI – Howard County, page 19 page 14
Services, page 16 • United Way Community Partnership of
page 16 • National Family Resiliency Center, page 19 • Howard County Pregnancy Center, page 16
• Howard County Health Department, Howard County, page 22
• Humanim, page 17 • PFLAG, page 20 • Korean American Community Association,
page 16
• Salvation Army, page 20 page 18

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Adaptive Living Alzheimer’s Association, Greater Asian American Healthcare Center bearsolutions, LLC Bright Minds Foundation Build Haiti Foundation
contact: William Buchanan Maryland Chapter contact: David Lee contact: Harry Schwarz contact: Patricia Sasse contact: Bob Anantua
email: billbuchanan3@verizon.net contact: Teri Bennett email: aahc2008@gmail.com email: Harry.Schwarz@verizon.net email: pat@brightmindsfoundation.org email: banantua@thebuildhaiti
phone: 410-730-1289 email: teri.bennett@alz.org phone: 410-884-0888 phone: 443-766-9476 phone: 410-740-0707 foundation.org
11089 Swansfield Road phone: 410-561-9099 5070 Dorsey Hall Drive, Suite 101 11668 Dark Fire Way 10910 Route 108 phone: 443-285-3956
Columbia, MD 21044 1850 York Road, Suite D Ellicott City, MD 21042 Columbia, MD 21044 Ellicott City, MD 21042 P.O. Box 6895
Residential program for working intellectually Timonium, MD 21093 www.aahcmd.org Focuses on improving the quality of financial www.brightmindsfoundation.org Columbia, MD 21045
disabled adults. www.alz.org/maryland Improving the overall health of Asian Americans management among nonprofit organizations Funds programs and services that address www.TheBuildHaitiFoundation.org
Enhancing care and support for people effected living in Howard County by increasing access throught the development of financial manage- equity and equality, promote educational inno- Develops partnerships to help Haitian families
by Alzheimer’s through services, education, ad- to culturally sensitive and linguistically appro- ment systems that link planning, assessment, vation, and support skills that serve students out of poverty and hunger. Builds a committed
African American Coalition of
vocacy, and research. Services include 24-hour priate health care. and budgeting to the nonprofit’s goals. throughout their lives. network of professional and volunteers to sup-
Howard County
helpline, support groups, respite subsidies, port health, education, job creation, agricultur-
contact: Sherman Howell Medic Alert+Safe Return Program, and educa- al efforts and environment conservation.
email: aachc@comcast.net AT: LAST, The Maryland Assistive Better BedRest
tion and training.
phone: 301-596-5240 Technology Co-op contact: Joanie Reisfeld
contact: Susan Garber email: info@betterbedrest.org
11370 Heathertoe Lane A-OK Mentoring—Tutoring
email: info@matcoop.org phone: 301-674-7733
Columbia, MD 21044 contact: Chaya Kaplan
phone: 410-381-2667 P.O. Box 212
Public policy and civic organization serving low email: chayakaplan@verizon.net
and moderate income families, advocating for 7050 Oakland Mills Road, Suite 160 Savage, MD 20763
phone: 410-730-6030
fair and equitable public policy issues such as Columbia, MD 21046 www.betterbedrest.org
10458 Waterfowl Terrace www.matcoop.org
education, housing, the economy, health-care, Provides support, resource and referral services
and more.
Columbia, MD 21044 for women placed on bedrest for high-risk preg-
Purchasing cooperative for schools and fami-
Provides volunteer mentors—tutors to selected lies with product lines for individuals with nancies. Financial grants for women who lose
schools and after-school programs administered disabilities and the elderly including: educa- their income while on pregnancy bedrest.
Akubo by the Howard County Public School System. tional software, communication devices, alter-
contact: Robin Abello
native computer access, aids for daily living, Bridges to Housing Stability
email: robin@akubocrm.com
Arc of Howard County switches and adapted toys, sensory aids,
contact: Jane O’Leary
phone: 410-988-2173 home modification materials and therapeutic
contact: Carol Beatty email: jane@bridges2hs.org
7913 Nottingham Way email: cbeatty@archoward.org
supplies. Training programs for professionals,
family members, and individuals with disabili- phone: 410-312-5760
Ellicott City, MD 21043
phone: 410-730-0638
www.akubo.net ties. Consultations and evaluations available. 9520 Berger Road, Suite 311
11735 Homewood Road Columbia, MD 21046
Helps non-profits build customer support,
Ellicott City, MD 21042 www.Bridges2HS.org
communications, marketing, and fundraising Athelas Institute
operations.
www.archoward.org Provides case management to help homeless
contact: Sherrie Jordan
Provides residential services, job placement and near-homeless families attain and maintain
email: sjordan@athelasinst.org
and supports, day services, and family support housing stability. Provides transitional housing
Alianza de la Comunidad to individuals with cognitive and developmental phone: 410-964-1241 Extension 106
or permanent housing for homeless families
contact: Deirdre Gonsalves disabilities. 9104 Red Branch Road accepted into the housing program.
email: dgonsalves01@yahoo.com Columbia, MD 21045
phone: 443-812-8486 www.ddamaryland.org/athelas.htm
Ascend One Corporation Bridgeway Community Church
P.O. Box 2813 contact: Joseph Murray
Provides employment, meaningful days, trans-
contact: Amy Simms
Columbia, MD 21045 portation, and a continuum of in-home and
email: jmurray@ascendone.com email: amy.simms@bridgewayonline.org
Educates the Hispanic community on various residential supports to adults with develop-
phone: 410-910-2748 phone: 443-283-7212
issues with the goal of improving living and mental disabilities.
8930 Stanford Boulevard 9189 Red Branch Road
working conditions in Howard County.
Columbia, MD 21045 Columbia, MD 21045
www.ascendone.com www.bridgewayonline.org
Helps consumers get out of debt, strengthen Non-denominational, multi-cultural church. Min-
finances, and manage their money. istries include: children, middle and high school
students, men, community cupboard, women,
counseling services, consulting services, week-
end seminars, creative arts, mixed singles,
community outreach, and small groups.

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Columbia Jewish Congregation
contact: Miriam Lapping
Conexiones
contact: Feli Sola-Carter
Family & Children’s Services
contact: Stan Levi
family. Emerge supports people with
email: miriam@columbiajewish.org
phone: 410-730-6044 Extension 314
email: feli@conexioneshc.org
phone: 410-313-8744
email: slevi@fcsmd.org
phone: 410-997-3557
disabilities to live their lives.
5885 Robert Oliver Place P.O. Box 6997 10451 Twin Rivers Road, Suite 100
Columbia, MD 21045 Columbia, MD 21045 Columbia, MD 21044
www.columbiajewish.org www.conexioneshc.org www.fcsmd.org
Progressive congregation whose emphasis on Advocates for Hispanic student achievement Provides counseling for individuals, couples
Judaism as a civilization as well as a religion in Howard County. and families. New parents program includes
involves the study of Jewish beliefs, teach- home-visits that support first-time parents.
ings, values, ethics, history, tradition, prayer, Counselors Helping (South) Asian In-home assistance for elderly or adults with
art, and music. Indians (CHAI) disabilities is offered on a sliding scale basis.
Employee counseling is provided to contracted
contact: Razia Kosi
businesses for employees and their families.
Comfort Keepers email: raziakosi@chaicounselors.org
contact: Doria Musaga phone: 443-615-1355
email: doriam@juno.com 4517 Red Leaf Court
FIRN “We Never Say Never!”
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phone: 410-964-0066 Ellicott City, MD 21043 contact: Hector J. Garcia Jr.
www.chaicounselors.org email: hgarcia@firnonline.org
5440 Old Tucker Row, Suite A
phone: 410-992-1923 Extension 11
Columbia, MD 21044 Provides information, education and referrals
www.comfortkeepers.com related to mental health for the South Asian 5999 Harpers Farm Road, Suite E-200
Provides in-home care such as light house- community. Conducts professional develop- Columbia, MD 21044 Our Mission…
keeping, meal preparation, and companion- ment on increasing cultural proficiency. www.firnonline.org Emerge creates supportive
ship to help people live in their own homes. Provides services to immigrants including
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Howard County sumer counseling, adult and student literacy, services for people with disabilities.
Commercial Insurance Managers
job counseling, citizenship classes, and crisis
contact: Gordon Mumpower contact: Krista McKee
assistance.
email: gordon@businsure.com email: krista.mckee@verizon.net
phone: 410-997-0304
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phone: 410-799-2142
8170 Lark Brown Road, Suite 102 5457 Twin Knolls Road, Suite 310
First Tee of Howard County services:
contact: Carol Swanson
Elkridge, MD 21075 Columbia, MD 21045
www.dvcenter.org email: carol.swanson@
www.businsure.com
Provides property, liability, automobile, work- Provides 24-hour hotline; emergency and transi-
columbiaassociation.com
phone: 410-730-1114
Residential, Supported Living, Day &
Rehabilitation, Employment, Nursing,
ers compensation, directors and officers, and tional shelter; legal assistance counseling; edu-
other coverages to nonprofits and employee cation and outreach; New Behaviors, a program 5100 Columbia Road
benefits including group medical, life, and
disability insurance.
for abusers; and Pet Safe. Columbia, MD 21044
www.thefirstteehowardcounty.org
Psychology and Transportation
Emerge, Inc. Provides learning facilities and educational Services.
programs that promote character develop-
Community Action Council contact: Mike Gahagan
ment and life-enhancing values through the
contact: Bita Dayhoff email: mgahagan@emergeinc.org
game of golf.
email: bdayhoff@cac-hc.org phone: 410-884-4420 Extension 251
Emerge, Inc.
phone: 410-313-6440 9180 Rumsey Road, Suite D-2
6751 Columbia Gateway Drive, Box 226 Columbia, MD 21045
FISH of Howard County, Inc. 9180 Rumsey Rd. Ste. D-2
Columbia, MD 21046 www.emergeinc.org contact: Carroll Kitzmiller
email: mpkitz@gmail.com
Columbia, MD 21045
www.cac-hc.org Provides services to children and adults with
disabilities, including residential, supported
phone: 410-964-8660 Phone: 410-884-4420
Provides programs and emergency services
for low-income residents include housing living, individual support services, day pro- P.O. Box 34 Fax: 410-884-4425
assistance which includes Eviction Prevention, grams, supported employment, psychological Ellicott City, MD 21041
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Generations Newspaper Grassroots Crisis Intervention Healthy Howard Howard Community College Howard County Department of Office of Children’s Services
contact: Mary McGraw Center, Inc. contact: Lena Bloom contact: The Welcome and Information Citizen Services contact: Keri Hyde
email: info@generationsnewspaper.com contact: Debra Popiel email: lbloom@healthyhowardplan.org Center contact: Lois Mikkila email: childcare@howardcountymd.gov
phone: 410-461-9454 email: debbie@grassrootscrisis.org phone: 410-988-3737 Extension 12 email: mdriscolle@howardcc.edu email: lmikkila@howardcountymd.gov phone: 410-313-1940
3697 Park Avenue, Suite 101 phone: 410-531-6006 P.O. Box 2275 phone: 410-772-4702 phone: 410-313-6400 3300 North Ridge Road, Suite 380
Ellicott City, MD 21043 6700 Freetown Road Columbia, MD 21045 10901 Little Patuxent Parkway 6751 Columbia Gateway Drive Ellicott City, MD 21043
www.generationsnewspaper.com Columbia, MD 21044 www.healthyhowardplan.org Columbia, MD 21044 Columbia, MD 21046 www.howardcountymd.gov/children
Monthly publication targeting people age 50+ www.grassrootscrisis.org Operates the Healthy Howard Health Plan that www.howardcc.edu http://howardcountymd.gov/ The Child Care Resource Center provides
in Howard County. Articles cover health, financ- 24-hour Crisis Hotline (410-531-6677). connects Howard County residents with health Offers counselors, financial aid, and flexible CitizenServices referrals for child care and other services
es, coping with aging, recipes, local history, Al- Youth Crisis Hotline (800-422-0009). Pro- care resources. learning options for earning a degree, starting Promotes partnerships with non-profit human to parents, and training and technical assis-
zheimer’s updates and travelogues. vides no-fee crisis intervention counseling a new career, upgrading job skills, and exploring services agencies and advisory boards; man- tance to current and prospective child care
on a walk-in basis; mobile crisis services personal interests include: Adult Basic Educa- ages community services grants to non-profits; professionals. The CARE center program pro-
Hickory Ridge Community
noon to 11PM daily. 18-bed men’s shelter, tion, Business Training Center, Career Links, provides education, training, and information vides assistance to child care professionals
Gilchrist Hospice Care Association and referral services upon request. and parents in working with children who have
33-bed family shelter and emergency motel Children’s Learning Center, English Language
contact: Chuck Nagle shelter; all offer comprehensive support ser- contact: Jane Parrish Institute, ESL, HCC-TV, International Education, behavioral challenges. The Parents as Teach-
email: cnagle@gilchristhospice.org vices, case management. Staff provides email: hrmanager@columbiavillages.org Jobs Online, Kids On Campus, Learning Assis- ers program offers home visiting services to
Disabilities Services
phone: 410-730-5072 crisis intervention training, suicide preven- phone: 410-730-7327 tance Center, Mediation and Conflict Resolution increase parenting skills and identify devel-
Center, Musical Arts Center, Project Access, RE- contact: Joyce Lehrer opmental delays. The Local Children’s Board
5537 Twin Knolls Road, Suite 443 tion/intervention, and responds to commu- 6175 Sunny Spring
nity emergencies on request. NEW Nursing, Rep Stage Actors Institute. email: jlehrer@howardcountymd.gov raises awareness of children’s issues in the
Columbia, MD 21045 Columbia, MD 21044
phone: 410-313-6431 county and helps to secure funding for com-
www.gilchristhospice.org www.hickoryridgecommunity
association.org 6751 Columbia Gateway Drive munity and school-based programs to support
Provides care for people with life-limiting Harper’s Choice Community Howard County Autism Society children and youth.
illness and their families. Services include Association Homeowners’association serving the residents Columbia, MD 21046
contact: Beth Benevides
pain and symptom management, emotional of Hickory Ridge. http://howardcountymd.gov/DS/CS_
contact: Wendy Tzucker email: b
 eth.benevides-hill@ DisabilitySrvcs.htm
and spiritual support, respite care and bereave- howard-autism.org Office of Consumer Affairs
email: harperschoice@columbia
ment support. Provides information, referral, and assistance contact: Rebecca Bowman
villages.org Horizon Foundation phone: 410-290-3466
for housing, transportation, employment,
phone: 410-730-3888 email: rbowman@howardcountymd.gov
contact: Rich Krieg 10280 Old Columbia Road, Suite 215 and improved access to public facilities for
Grace Community Church phone: 410-313-6420
5440 Old Tucker Row, Suite A email: rkrieg@thehorizonfoundation.org Columbia, MD 21046 people with disabilities. Includes coordination
contact: Steve Girard Columbia, MD 21044 phone: 410-715-0311 www.howard-autism.org of available community resources, technical 6751 Columbia Gateway Drive
email: steve.girard@gcconline.org www.harperschoicecommunity assistance for compliance with the Americans Columbia, MD 21046
10480 Little Patuxent Parkway, Suite 900 Provides information, support, advocacy, edu-
phone: 240-553-1090 association.org cational activities and services for individuals with Disabilities Act, modification of business, www.howardcountymd.gov/CA/CS_
Columbia, MD 21044
Community association providing information employment, and public spaces, parking, permit ConsumerAffairs.htm
8200 Old Columbia Road www.thehorizonfoundation.org living with autism and their families.
and advocacy for residents of Harper’s Choice. information, and curb/cut ramps. Investigates and conciliates complaints re-
Fulton, MD 20759 Funding supports initiatives intended to over- garding deceptive and unfair trade practices.
www.gcconline.org come barriers to community health and well- Howard County Chamber of Consumer Affairs is an enforcement agency
Non-denominational church with ministries that HC DrugFree ness, ameliorate disparities in health status, Commerce with the power to issue subpoenas, institute
include Grace to the Homeless, Grief Share, Care contact: Joan Webb Scornaienchi and increase opportunities for county resi-
contact: Pam Klahr litigation to stop illegal business practices,
and Repair ministry provides home repair and email: joanwebbs@comcast.net dents to lead healthier lives. and obtain restitution for consumers who
email: pklahr@howardchamber.com
basic handyman assistance to single parent phone: 410-290-0436 have been harmed. Issues Solicitors/Peddlers
phone: 410-730-4111
families, Meals Ministry, and Money Sense. licenses, registers towing companies engaged
10451 Twin Rivers Road, Suite 415 5560 Sterrett Place, Suite 105
Columbia, MD 21044 in towing vehicles from private lots, and offers
Columbia, MD 21044
a free voluntary binding arbitrary program.
www.hcdrugfree.org www.howardchamber.com
Provides e-newsletters for parents, educational Facilitates the success of business in Howard
programs for parents and teens; a website County through advocacy, communication,
with prevention and treatment information; and education.
and an information clearinghouse for parents
and community members.

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Office on Aging Howard County Department of Howard County Mental Howard County Public Humanim Jewish Community Services/
contact: Sue Vaeth Social Services Health Authority School System contact: Cindy Scott Jewish Federation of Howard
email: map@howardcountymd.gov contact: Linda Zumbrun contact: Donna Wells contact: Pamela Blackwell email: cscott@humanim.com County
phone: 410-313-6410 email: lzumbrun@dhr.state.md.us email: wells@hcmha.org email: pamela_blackwell@hcpss.org phone: 410-381-7171 contact: Liz Schoen
6751 Columbia Gateway Drive phone: 410-872-8700 phone: 410-313-7350 phone: 410-313-6662 6355 Woodside Court email: lschoen@jcshowardcounty.org
Columbia, MD 21046 7121 Columbia Gateway Drive 9151 Rumsey Road, Suite 150 10910 Route 108 Columbia, MD 21046 phone: 410-730-4976
www.howardcountymd.gov/CS_OA Columbia, MD 21046 Columbia, MD 21045 Ellicott City, MD 21042 www.humanim.org 10630 Little Patuxent Parkway, Suite 401
Serves older adults, their families, caregiv- www.dhr.state.md.us www.hcmha.org www.hcpss.org Provides workforce development, residential, Columbia, MD 21044
ers, persons with disabilities, and agencies Promotes family stability, employment and self- Completes a community needs assessment Operates all public schools in Howard County. mental health, neuro-rehabilitation, and devel- www.jewishhowardcounty.org
supporting these groups. Some programs sufficiency, and a safe environment for children and the Mental Health Plan for Howard County. opmental disability services to children, adults Offers counseling to adults, older adults,
have age and eligibility requirements. Eight and vulnerable adults. Family Investment pro- Manages and monitors all publicly-funded ser- and older adults. adolescents, couples and families. Services
Senior Centers and three Senior Center Plus Howard County Tourism
grams: Jobs First, Temporary Cash Assistance, vices in the county and provides education for older adults and their families include
sites offer lifelong learning, health and well- Medical Assistance, Food Stamps, Purchase and training on mental health issues. Pursues
Council
case management, caregiver consultations,
ness activities, lunch, arts programming, of Child Care. Social Service programs: Foster funding to develop mental health services. contact: Rachelina Bonacci eldercare family planning consultations and
intergenerational activities in the community, Care and Adoption, Child and Adult Protective Adult Services: Janet M. Jones 410-313-7375, email: Rachelina@visithowardcounty.com a bereavement group. Resources for holo-
information on senior services, peer support Services, Family Preservation, Family Services, jmjones@hcmha.org. Child & Adolescent Ser- phone: 410-313-1900 caust survivors provided through the Claims
groups, specialized programs for seniors with Services to Adults, In-Home Aide Services and vices: Kenyatta Cully 410-313-7378 kcully@ Conference on Jewish Material Claims Against
8267 Main Street
special needs, and volunteer placement. Infor- Project HOME. Child Support Enforcement: hcmha.org. Older Adult/Aging Services: Marsha Germany. Social and cultural programs for all
Ellicott City, MD 21043
mation and Assistance services covers trans- establishment of paternity, establishment and Ansel 410-313-5706 mansel@hcmha.org ages,senior outreach and volunteer opportuni-
www.visithowardcounty.com
portation, housing, long term care planning, enforcement of child support order. ties offered by the Jewish Federation of How-
access to public benefits, disability services, Develops and promotes tourism in Howard
ard County.
in-home evaluations, financial assistance, Howard County Office of County by featuring the county’s unique sites,
home repair, fall prevention, reverse mortgage Howard County General Hospital Human Rights services, products and people.
counseling, family caregiver support, and in- contact: Jay Blackman contact: Vernon Gray
home services. Seniors with special needs email: jblackman@hcgh.org email: cvgray@howardcountymd.gov
are served by the nursing home ombudsman phone: 410-740-7710 phone: 410-313-6430
program, adult public guardianship, and case 5755 Cedar Lane 6751 Columbia Gateway Drive
management services.
Columbia, MD 21044 Columbia, MD 21044 Bureau of Community Health Bureau
eau of En
Environmental Health
www.hcgh.org www.howardcountymd.gov 410.313.7500 410.313.2640
Howard County Department of Operates a 219-bed comprehensive acute- Enforces the county’s human rights law, inves-
Corrections
• Vaccines for children and adults •WWell and Septic testing services
care medical center where medical staff of tigates complaints regarding discrimination in
contact: Patricia Schupple over 800 physicians, representing 74 special- employment, financing, law enforcement, hous-
• Seasonal flu shots • Food Safety and Hygiene
email: pschupple@howardcountymd.gov ties and subspecialties, treat a full range of ing or public accommodations, and responds • Community based services for Seniors • Public Pool and Spa Inspections
phone: 410-313-5204 human condition. to inquiries about human rights issues. • Confidential anonymous testing and
7301 Waterloo Road, P.O. Box 250 counseling for STDs, HIV/AIDS Healthy Howard
Jessup, MD 20794 Howard County Health Department Howard County Pregnancy Center 410.313.6300
www.howardcountymd.gov contact: Edith Gilliard contact: Nancy Krummenoehl Bureau of Clinical Services • Healthy Howard Initiative (Schools, Homes,
Operates the Central Booking Facility and the email: egilliard@howardcountymd.gov email: info@ 410.313.7500 Workplaces, Restaurants, Recreation)
Detention Center for persons who are commited phone: 410-313-6300 howardcountypregnancycenter.org • Enrollment services for Medicaid, MCHP
• Women’s Health Services
by the Courts in Howard County. The Detention 7178 Columbia Gateway Drive phone: 410-730-3223
Center and program partners provide services • Confidential teen clinics (Maryland Children’s Health Program) and
Columbia, MD 21046 10632 Little Patuxent Pkwy, Suite 203
including addictions , health and mental health • WIC (W
(Women, Infant & Children other health care programs
www.hchealth.org Columbia, MD 21044
education and counselling, anger management, Program)
parenting and work release support. Services include health needs assessments, www.HC-PC.org Bureau of Substance Abuse Services
outreach and prevention, education, and treat- Provides resource services and practical sup- • Infants and Toddlers Program
410.313.6202
ment, vaccinations, communicable disease port to women facing a crisis pregnancy as • Cancer screening and treatment programs
clinics, elderly and disabled services, WIC, well as those struggling with a past abortion • Assessments, education, intervention, and
• Health education on tobacco, cancer and
dental, and substance abuse treatment as decision. Services include pregnancy tests, counseling services for adolescents and adults
well as services for breast, cervical, colorectal pregnancy and parenting education, material chronic diseases
cancer, Medicaid transportation, enrollment assistance for mothers and newborns, refer- • Smoking cessation classes
for Medical Assistance, tobacco cessation, ral for medical care, confidential post-abortion
and local birth and death certificates. Environ- counseling and education on adoption as a
mental Health handles animal bites, reviews parenting alternative.
building permits, inspects food facilities, and For moree inf
information about the Health Department,
issues permits for wells and septic systems. go to www
www.hchealth.org or call 410.313.6300.

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Johns Hopkins Home Care Group Kittamaqundi Community Church League of Women Voters of Loyola Clinical Centers Maryland Volunteer Money Matters of Howard County
contact: Susan Martin contact: Heather Kirk-Davidoff Howard County contact: Janet Simon Schreck Lawyers Service contact: Gail Thompson
email: martin-susan@jhmi.edu email: kcpastor@verizon.net contact: Grace Kubofcik email: jsimon@loyola.edu contact: Michelle Swift email: gailmthom@aol.com
phone: 410-288-8000 phone: 410-730-4855 email: info@howard.lwvmd.org phone: 410-617-1200 email: michelle@mvlslaw.org phone: 301-854-0575, 443-864-3037
2400 Broening Highway 5410 Leaf Trader Way phone: 410-730-0142 5911 York Road, Suite 100 phone: 410-547-6537 6801 Redberry Road
Baltimore, MD 21224 Columbia, MD 21044 9520 Berger Road, Suite 311 Baltimore, MD 21212 1 North Charles Street, Suite 222 Clarksville, MD 21029
www.hopkinsmedicine.org/homecare www.kc-church.org Columbia, MD 21046 www.loyola.edu/clinics Baltimore, MD 21201 Provides personal business management
Provides home health visits for adults and Non-denominational call-based christian church www.howard.lwvmd.org Operating under the asupices of Loyola www.mvlslaw.org such as writing checks, banking, financial
children by nurses, physical, occupational, that provides worship services for members Nonpartisan political organization that en- University Maryland, provides assessment Provides free legal representation to Maryland- record keeping, assisting with transition
and speech therapists, home health aides and community. Offers a wide range of minis- courages informed and active participation and therapy services in Speech-Language ers with limited income, and to community- following loss of spouse, medical insurance
and social workers, respiratory, home medical tries and programs for all ages. of citizens in government; works to increase Pathology and Pastoral Counseling . based nonprofits that help low to moderate problems and more.
equipment, and infusion services. understanding of major public policy issues; income communities. Volunteer lawyers help
influences public policy through education with tax disputes and back taxes, landlord/ NAMI—Howard County
Korean American Community makingCHANGE—A Financial
and advocacy. tenant problems, consumer issues, divorce,
Judith C. Todes, Attorney at Law Association Wellness Center contact: Susan Helsel
custody and guardianship, and other civil legal
contact: Judith Todes contact: Sue Song contact: Michelle Glassburn email: shelsel@nami.org
problems. Nonprofits can get help with bylaws,
email: judith@todeslaw.com email: ssong001@verizon.net Legal Aid Bureau email: g
 lassburnm@ phone: 410-772-9300
negotiating contracts or leases, advice on em-
phone: 410-992-5554 phone: 410-461-1728 contact: Barbara Coleman makingchangecenter.org ployment or intellectual property matters, and 9151 Rumsey Road, Suite 150
10025 Governor Warfield Parkway, email: BColeman@mdlab.org phone: 443-718-9350 other transactional issues. Columbia, MD 21045
8722 Town and Country Blvd., Suite 2
Suite 202 phone: 410-480-1057 10440 Little Patuxent Parkway, Suite 900 www.nami.org/sites/namihowardcounty
Ellicott City, MD 21043
Columbia, MD 21044 Serves the Korean residents in Howard County 3451 Court House Drive, 2nd Floor Columbia, MD 21044 Meals on Wheels of Central Provides education, support, and advocacy for
www.todeslaw.com and it’s surrounding counties by providing Ellicott City, MD 21043 www.makingchangecenter.org Maryland individuals and families affected by serious
Specializes in the field of immigration and resources and referrals and counseling www.mdlab.org Provides financial literacy to teens and and chronic mental illness: depression, bipo-
contact: Karen Saul
nationality law working with individuals, fami- Provides free legal services to low-income adults through seminars and online pro- lar disorder, anxiety disorders, schizophrenia,
email: saul@mowcm.org
lies, non-profit organizations, and private and persons. Accepts cases in the area of fam- grams offered to schools, non-profits, and borderline personality disorder.
Lazarus Foundation phone: 410-730-9476
public corporations. ily/domestic, housing, income maintenance government agencies.
contact: Don Bard (public benefits)and elder law and consumer/ 9200 Old Annapolis Road, Suite 205
email: don@lazarus.org Columbia, MD 21045
National Family Resiliency
finance. Provides specialized representation to
Judy Center phone: 410-531-8485 Maryland Coalition of Families for www.mealsonwheelsmd.org
Center
vulnerable populations such as senior citizens,
contact: Anne Yenchko immigrant and seasonal farm workers and
Children’s Mental Health contact: Kathy Helt
10378 Eclipse Way Provides meals to the homebound; one hot
email: ayenchko@hcpss.org nursing home and assisted living residents. contact: Jane Walker and one cold meal daily, Monday through email: khelt@nfrchelp.org
Columbia, MD 21044
phone: 410-381-9024 email: jwalker@mdcoalition.org Friday, including holidays that fall during phone: 410-740-9553
www.lazarus.org
6700 Cradlerock Way phone: 410-730-8267 the week. 10632 Little Patuxent Parkway, Suite 121
Assists educational institutions and other Linwood Center
Columbia, MD 21045 non-profit organizations in acquiring computer 10632 Little Patuxent Parkway, Suite 119 Columbia, MD 21044
contact: Anne McArthur
Promotes school readiness by providing com- technology. Columbia, MD 21044 Mediation and Conflict www.nfrchelp.org
email: amcarthur@linwoodcenter.org
prehensive early childhood services to children www.mdcoalition.org Resolution Center Provides therapeutic and educational services
phone: 410-465-1352
and parenting support to parents. Dedicated to improving services for children and mediation and collaborative law services
Leadership Howard County contact: Kathy Rockefeller
3421 Martha Bush Drive for children and adults who are experienc-
with mental health needs and their families; email: kathyrockefeller@howardcc.edu
contact: Karen Gindes Ellicott City, MD 21043 ing marital problems, separation, divorce or
Judy Grusso building a network of information and support
email: KGindes@leadershiphc.org www.linwoodcenter.org phone: 410-772-4360
for families across Maryland. remarriage. Publications are available for
contact: Judy Grusso phone: 410-730-4474 10901 Little Patuxent Parkway children, adults and professionals.
Offers 12-month educational and vocational
email: jgrusso2@verizon.net services to people with autism and other dis- Columbia, MD 21044
5560 Sterrett Place, Suite 105
phone: 410-715-9896 orders. Residential services for children ages
Maryland Educational Opportunity www.howardcc.edu/mcrc
Columbia, MD 21044 Neighbor Ride
6039 Flywheel Court 5–21. Operates a community-based vocational Center
www.leadershiphc.org Provides free mediation and conflict resolution
and residential program for adults with autism. contact: Velma Green contact: Brad Closs
Columbia, MD 21044 Prepares community leaders to meet the
services, education and training.
Operates a donated goods store where some email: vgreen@meoconline.com email: director@neighborride.org
Fundraising and Marketing Consultant special- challenges of community sevice, offering
adult clients are employed. phone: 410-997-9036 Extension 27 phone: 410-884-7433
izing in foundation and corporate giving; special a broad range of experiences and insights
events; annual campaigns; major donor reten- 10451 Twin Rivers Road, Suite 415 8950 Route 108, #115
about the County, its people, its needs and
tion and segmentation; and board recruitment. its services. Assists community members Columbia, MD 21044 Columbia, MD 21045
find volunteer leadership opportunities. www.meoconline.com www.neighborride.org
Assists low income, first generation college Provides transportation to medical and personal
bound residents with the college selection, ad- care appointments, social events, religious
mission and financial aid application processes. services, and other day-to-day activities for
modest fees. Serves Howard County residents
age 60 and older.

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New Hope Seventh-Day Owen Brown Community Prepare for Success SBK Consulting
Adventist Church Association contact: Roy Appletree contact: Susan Kleinberg
contact: Kumar Dixit contact: Nancy Thomas email: prepareforsuccess@gmail.com email: sbkleinberg@verizon.net
email: kumardixit@yahoo.com email: obca@columbiavillages.org phone: 410-988-0378 phone: 410-997-0727
phone: 301-854-1866 phone: 410-381-0202 6800 Oakland Mills Road 5485 Ring Dove Lane
12350 Hall Shop Road 6800 Cradlerock Way Columbia, MD 21045 Columbia, MD 21044
Fulton, MD 20759 Columbia, MD 21045 www.prepareforsuccess.org Provides consulting services to non-profits in
www.lookingforachurch.org www.owenbrowncommunity Provides Howard County students from low strategic planning, retreat facilitation, organiza-
A congregation committed to the community, association.org income families with a backpack and school tional and board development. Individual coach-
being multiracial and multicultural. supplies. ing for executives and senior management.
Community association advocating for and
disseminating information to residents of COMPREHENSIVE AND
PASTORAL COUNSELING SERVICES
Nicodemus Communications Group Owen Brown.
RM3 Enterprises Serenity Center AFFORDABLE CARE We have faith in the mind-body-spirit connection.
The scientific approach of professional
contact: Ron Nicodemus contact: Bob Martin contact: Murat Omay for our neighbors in Howard County psychotherapy and counseling combined

email: ronnicodemus@verizon.net PFLAG (Parents, Families, and email: theserenityctr@aol.com and surrounding areas. with an integrated spiritual dimension.
email: bob@rm3enterprises.com
phone: 410-203-9585 Friends of Lesbians and Gays) phone: 410-707-0729 phone: 410-884-6088 SPEECH & LANGUAGE SERVICES

10301 Greenbriar Court Columbia 7130 Brangels Road 9650 Basket Ring Road
We don’t take freedom of speech for gr granted.
Assessment and intervention services for all

Ellicott City, MD 21042 contact: Patricia English Marriottsville, MD 21104 Columbia, MD 21045 ages, infants through older adults, with a variety
of communication needs. Individual and group
www.nicodemusonline.com email: pflagmd@gmail.com www.rm3enterprises.com www.serenitycenter.homestead.com treatment options available.

Provides strategic communications and mar- phone: 443-280-9047


Works with individuals and groups to help Offers more than 19 self-help 12-step meeting 410-617-1200
keting services including refocusing and align- P. O. Box 1479 them achieve greater personal, business and groups such as AA, NA, AlAnon, Children of theclinics@loyola.edu
ing communications messages and products Columbia, MD 21044 financial results using proven methods for Alcoholics, Co-dependents Anonymous, Over- Loyola.edu/c
edu/ linics
edu/c
with mission and business goals; image and www.pflagmd.org change, including business coaching, team eaters, Sex and Love Addicts, Debtors Anon,
branding; partnership and alliance strategies and organizational development and strategic/ Incest Survivors, Nicotine Anon, and more.
Promotes the health and well-being of gay,
to extend reach and maximize impact; event business planning. Daily AA meeting in Spanish.
lesbian, bisexual and transgendered persons,
development; grassroots and holistic market-
their families and friends through: support of
ing; training; and development of education
and vision programs.
each other, education of the broader commu- Rebuilding Together Howard Service Coordination
nity, and advocacy for equality. County contact: Harriet Bachman
contact: Ann Heavner email: hbachman@
Norbel School
Pinnacle Career Resources email: info@rebuildingtogetherhc.org servicecoordinationinc.org
contact: Sharon Dellarose phone: 410-381-3338
contact: Lisa Dolce phone: 410-772-8774
email: sdellarose@norbelschool.org
email: ldolce@ 8775 Centre Park Drive, #519 10480 Little Patuxent Parkway, Suite 950
phone: 410-796-6700
pinnaclecareerresources.com Columbia, MD 21045 Columbia, MD 21044
6135 Old Washington Road phone: 410-799-1097 www.rebuildingtogetherHC.org www.servicecoordinationinc.org
Elkridge, MD 21075
8180 Lark Brown Road, Suite 301 Provides free repair services for low-income Helps adults and children with developmental
www.norbelschool.org homeowners, particularly those who are elderly,
Elkridge, MD 21075 disabilities receiving services funded by the
A private, non-profit school serving children in displaced or disabled, and families with children. Maryland State Developmental Disabilities
www.pinnaclecareerresources.com
grades 1-12 with average to gifted intelligence Administration (DDA) and those applying for
that have speech and language disabilities, Provides career coaching, small business
DDA services.
specific learning differences, and/or high- start-up coaching, and workforce development Salvation Army
functioning autism speech disorders. training as well ascustomized employment contact: Windy Kidd
programs for human service agencies and email: windy_kidd@uss.salvationarmy.org Special Olympics Howard County
colleges. phone: 443-656-3376 contact: Bob Baker
Oakland Mills Community
email: bobbaker@somdhc.org
Association 9017 Red Branch Road
Columbia, MD 21045 phone: 410-740-0500
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Provides year-round sports training and athletic
Columbia, MD 21045
competition in a variety of Olympic-type sports
www.oaklandmills.org for children and adults in Howard County with
Homeowners’association serving the residents intellectual or closely related disabilities.
of Oakland Mills.

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a l p ha b e t i ca l l i st i n g

Older Adult/Aging Services: 410-313-5706


Child, Adolescent Services: 410-313-7378

PublicResourceDirectoryFrm.aspx?org=2046
United Way–First Call for Help*

Information on local resources on any topic.


410-685-0525 or 1-800-492-0618

Statewide link to community health and human


Howard County Mental Health

Maryland Youth Crisis Hotline


services resources 7 days a week in over
AA, Al-Anon, addictions groups and
St. John the Evangelist United Way Community Wilde Lake Community

http://serenitycenter.homestead.com
Adult Services: 410-313-7375
Baptist Church Partnership of Howard County Association
contact: Ostein Truitt contact: Cathy Frazier contact: Bernice Kish

Maryland Crisis Hotline


Those with an * can provide additional referrals. Call 911 for medical emergencies.
email: otruitt@stjohnbaptistchurch.org email: cathy.frazier@uwcm.org email: wlca@columbiavillages.org

The Serenity Center

Additional Resources
phone: 410-992-6977 phone: 410-379-1319 phone: 410-730-3987

These organizations can help in a crisis. Areas of special expertise are noted.
9055 Tamar Drive 10480 Little Patuxent Parkway 10400 Cross Fox Lane

http://www.icarol.info/

Prepared by: The Association of Community Services www.acshoco.org and FIRN: www.firnonline.org
1-800-422-0009

1-800-422-0009
2-1-1 Maryland
Columbia, MD 21045 Columbia, MD 21044 Columbia, MD 21044

410-884-6088
www.stjohnbaptistchurch.org www.wildelake.org

www.hcmha.org
www.uwcm.org/

www.uwcm.org
Provides worship and other outreach minis- Provides services such as classes, dance

150 languages.
Provides funding to health and human service

Authority
tries to members and the community through programs, and art exhibits. Advocates for

counseling.
agencies in Central Maryland. Funds are raised
more than 40 ministries. Affiliated with the through workplace charitable giving. Delivers residents of Wilde Lake.
American Baptist Churches-USA and the First Call For Help, a 24-hour information and

211
Progressive National Baptist Convention. referral line. Winter Growth

Please copy and distribute these materials


contact: Carrie Grafton
Synergies Consulting Group University of Maryland Extension email: carriegrafton@wintergrowth.com

http://www.co.ho.md.us/OCS/CareCenter.htm

Older adults, families and caregivers, persons


contact: Barbara K. Lawson contact: Christine Lothen-Kline phone: 410-964-9616

Children’s Services CARE Center

www.co.ho.md.us/citizenservices/servicesguide/

410-313-5980 or 1-800-506-5806
caregivers. Services for children and teens.
email: bklawson@aim.com

CRISIS RESOURCES
email: clothenk@umd.edu

Grassroots Crisis Intervention


5460 Ruth Keeton Way
phone: 410-992-4189

Information and referral for parents and


phone: 410-313-2707

Shelter, counseling, suicide prevention/


Columbia, MD 21044

Howard County Department


Food, financial resources, medications.
10474 Gray Owl Garth 3300 North Ridge Road, Suite 240 www.wintergrowth.com

24-hour Hotline: 410-531-6677


Emergency shelter, legal assistance,
Youth Hotline: 800-422-0009
Columbia, MD 21044

Howard County Office of


Ellicott City, MD 21043 Provides adult day programs and additional

Maryland Access Point*


FISH of Howard County
www.synergiesconsultinggroup.com http://extension.umd.edu/ support services for health-impaired older and

www.fishhowardcounty.com
Offers board development, fundraising support, Offers educational programs, including Agricul- disabled adults.

of Citizen Services:
executive coaching, project management, ture and Natural Resources, 4-H Youth Develop-

www.grassrootscrisis.org

agingserv.htm#anch91773
communications, strategic planning to non- ment, Family and Consumer Sciences, Master Y of Central Maryland
profit, educational, health, and government Gardener.

410-313-2273
organizations. contact: Dawn Chrystal-Wolfe

410-964-8660
email: dawnchrystal@ymcamd.org

with disabilities.
Voices for Children phone: 410-465-4334
Town Center Community

intervention.
Services
contact: Pamela Grady 4331 Montgomery Road
Association email: pgrady@voicesforchildren.org Ellicott City, MD 21043
contact: Patricia Laidig phone: 410-740-0933 www.ymcamd.org
email: towncenter@columbiavillages.org
5550 Sterrett Place, Suite 215 Offers health and fitness programs, sports
phone: 410-730-4744
Columbia, MD 21044 and aquatics, camps and childcare.
5430 Vantage Point Road www.voicesforchildren.org

Eviction prevention, rental assistance, food bank,

Food stamps, medical assistance, family support.


Columbia, MD 21044 Recruits, trains and supervises volunteers

energy assistance. Emergency service for low-


http://towncenter.columbiavillages.org who are matched to children with abuse or
Homeowners’ association serving the residents neglect cases in Howard County Circuit Court.

Department of Social Services

Immigration issues, consumer counseling,


of Columbia Town Center. Volunteers help to expedite the placement

http://dhr.maryland.gov/economic.php
of children into safe and permanent homes

Community Action Council

Emergency shelter, legal assistance.


Domestic Violence Center
Eviction prevention, utility turn off,
as well as advocate for needed services for

literacy programs, crisis assistance.


Ulman Cancer Fund for Young

information on food pantries, etc.


these individual children.
Adults

www.christchurchcolumbia.org
contact: Kelly Lance

Christ Church Link*


email: kelly@ulmanfund.org Volunteer Center Serving
phone: 410-964-0202 Extension 105 Howard County
10440 Little Patuxent Parkway, Suite G1 contact: Mickey Gomez

www.firnonline.org
email: mickey@volunteerhoward.org

www.dvcenter.org
410-309-9695

410-313-6440

410-872-8700

410-997-0304

410-992-1923
Columbia, MD 21044

income residents.
www.cac-hc.org
www.ulmancancerfund.org phone: 410-715-3176

Supports, educates, and connects young adults 10221 Wincopin Circle


and their loved ones affected by cancer. Columbia, MD 21044
www.volunteerhoward.org

FIRN
Stimulates and expands volunteerism by connect-
ing people with non-profit and public agencies.

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Crisis Resources Ressources Disponibles en cas de Crise French
Les organisations énumérées ci-dessous peuvent aider en cas de crise.
Les domaines d’expertise particulière sont indiqués. Ceux avec astérisques * peuvent vous diriger vers d’autres services.
Appeler le numéro 911 en cas d’urgence médicale.

Christ Church Link* FISH of Howard County Bureau de santé mentale de


www.christchurchcolumbia.org www.fishhowardcounty.com Howard County
410-309-9695 410-964-8660 Howard County Mental Health Authority
Eviction et prévention des coupures, renseignements Alimentation, problèmes financiers, médicaments. www.hcmha.org
sur les lieux de ravitaillement alimentaire, etc. Services pour adultes : 410‑313‑7375
Services à la base en case de crise Services pour enfants et adolescents :
Community Action Council Grassroots
410‑313‑7378
www.cac-hc.org www.grassrootscrisis.org Services pour les personnes âgées :
410-313-6440 Tél-aide 24 heures sur 24 : 410‑531‑6677
410-313-5706
Prévention des evictions, soutien pour le paiement de Hébergement provisoire, assistance en justice.
loyers, ravitaillement alimentaire, électricité, services Tél-aide pour les jeunes : 800‑422‑0009 Centre pour l’éviction des abus
d’urgence pour les résidents à faibles revenus. Hébergement provisoire, conseils sur la The Serenity Center
prévention des suicides et intervention en 410‑313‑5706
Département des services sociaux pareil cas. http://serenitycenter.homestead.com
Department of Social Services
http://dhr.maryland.gov/economic.php AA, Al-Anon, conseils aux alcooliques et drogués.
Bureau en Howard County du
410-872-8700
Coupures pour la provision de denrées alimentaires, Centre pour les services et soins United Way*
United Way–First Call for Help
soins médicaux, soutien familial. destinés aux enfants
Howard County Office of Children’s Services CARE Center www.uwcm.org
http://www.co.ho.md.us/OCS/CareCenter.htm 410‑685‑0525 ou 1‑800‑492‑0618
Centre de lutte contre la violence à Renseignements sur les ressources locales pour
la maison 410‑313‑2273
Renseignements et orientations pour des parents et addresser n’importe quel problème .
Domestic Violence Center
www.dvcenter.org gardiens. Services pour les enfants et les adolescents.
Ressources supplémentaires :
410‑997‑0304
Département des services pour les 2‑1‑1 Maryland
Hébergement de secours, assistance en justice. http://www.icarol.info/PublicResourceDirectoryFrm.aspx?org=2046
habitants de Howard County— 211
FIRN Hyperlien aux services communautaires ayant trait à la santé et aux
Maryland Access Point* services humanitaires partout en Maryland, disponible tous les jours
www.firnonline.org www.co.ho.md.us/citizenservices/servicesguide/ en plus de 150 langues.
410-992-1923 agingserv.htm#anch91773

Association of Community Services of Howard County | 2011 | www.acshoco.org | 410-715-9545


Dossiers d’immigration, conseils sur les pratiques Tél-aide en cas de crise dans le Maryland :
410‑313‑5980 ou 1‑800‑506‑5806 1-800‑422‑0009
financiers, cours d’initiation à l’anglais, secours en Personnes du troisième âge, les familles et les
cas de crise. fournisseurs de soins, personnes handicapées. Tél-aide pour les crises de la jeunesse dans le
Maryland : 1‑800‑422‑0009.
,
Document préparé par l’Association des services communitaires www.acshoco.org et par le FIRN www.firnonline.org.
Prière de le reproduire et disséminer sans aucune restriction.

CRISIS RESOURCES 위기 상황시에 이용할 수 있는 자원 정보 KOREAN


위기 상황에 처했을 때 아래 열거된 기관들이 도움을 드릴 수 있습니다. 특정 전문 분야에 대한 설명을 참고하십시오. 부호 * 표시가 되어 있는 기관은 추가 의뢰가 가능합니다.
의료 응급시에는 911으로 젂화 하십시오

그리스도 교회 링크* 하워드 카운티 FISH of Howard County 하워드 카운티 정신 건강 기관


Christ Church Link* www.fishhowardcounty.com Howard County Mental Health Authority
www.christchurchcolumbia.org 410-964-8660 www.hcmha.org
410-309-9695 식품, 경제 보조, 약품. 성인 대상 서비스: 410-313-7375
퇴거 명령 방지, 젂기나 가스, 상하수도 공급 중단,
아동, 청소년 대상 서비스: 410-313-7378
비상 음식 공급소 안내, 등등. 그래스루트 위기 중재 서비스
중년/ 노인 대상 서비스: 410-313-5706
Grassroots Crisis Intervention Services
지역 사회 실천 협의회 www.grassrootscrisis.org
Community Action Council 24-시간 긴급 젂화 상담: 410-531-6677 세레니티 센터 The Serenity Center
www.cac-hc.org 응급시 임시 주거지, 법률적 지원, http://serenitycenter.homestead.com
410-313-6440 청소년 긴급 젂화 상담: 800-422-0009 410-884-6088
퇴거 명령 방지, 임대 보조, 극빈자용 식량 저장 알콜 중독자 회복 모임, 알코올 중독자 가족 친목회,
임시 주거지, 상담, 자살 방지/중재.
배급소, 에너지 지원. 저 소득자를 위한 응급 서비스. 중독자 그룹 및 상담.
하워드 카운티 아동 서비스 케어 센터
사회 복지부 Department of Social Services Howard County Office of 유나이티드 웨이-정보 구입 전화
http://dhr.maryland.gov/economic.php Children’s Services CARE Center United Way–First Call for Help*
410-872-8700 http://www.co.ho.md.us/OCS/CareCenter.htm www.uwcm.org
후드 스탬프, 의료 지원, 가족 수당. 410-313-2273 410-685-0525 또는 1-800-492-0618
부모와 보호자들을 위한 정보 및 의뢰.
모듞 종류의 문제에 관한 지역 정보
가정 폭력 상담소 Domestic Violence Center 아동과 청소년들을 위한 서비스.
추가 정보들
www.dvcenter.org
2-1-1 메릴랜드(2-1-1 Maryland)
410-997-0304 하워드 카운티 시민 봉사국: http://www.icarol.info/PublicResourceDirectoryFrm.aspx?org=2046
긴급 임시 거주지, 법률적 지원 (상담). 211
메릴랜드 엑세스 포인트* 지역 보건과 사회복지 자원들을 연결시켜주는 메릴랜드 주 젂 지역의 링크
Howard County Department of Citizen Ser- (연결 조직)로서 일 주일에 7일, 150 종류의 언어로 제공됨.
FIRN vices: Maryland Access Point*
www.firnonline.org www.co.ho.md.us/citizenservices/servicesguide/ 메릴랜드 긴급 전화 상담 서비스 Maryland Crisis Hotline
410-992-1923 agingserv.htm#anch91773 1-800-422-0009

이민 문제, 소비자 상담, 언어 프로그램, 410-313-5980 또는 1-800-506-5806


메릴랜드 청소년 긴급 전화 상담 서비스 Maryland Youth Crisis
위기 상황시 지원. 인, 가족 및 보호자, 장애인. Hotline 1-800-422-0009
410-715-9545 | www.acshoco.org | 2011 | Association of Community Services of Howard County

제공: 지역 서비스 협회 (The Association of Community Services) www.acshoco.org 와 FIRN: www.firnonline.org


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CRISIS RESOURCES RECURSOS ANTE SITUACIONES DE CRISIS SPANISH
Estas organizaciones pueden ayudarle en caso de crisis. Las organizaciones indicadas con un * pueden
proporcionarle información adicional. Llame al 911 para emergencias médicas.

Christ Church Link* FISH del Condado de Howard Departamento de Salud Mental
www.christchurchcolumbia.org www.fishhowardcounty.com del Condado de Howard
410-309-9695 410-964-8660 Howard County Mental Health Authority
Prevención de desalojo, impago de recibos domésti- Comida, recursos financieros, medicacamentos. www.hcmha.org
cos, información sobre bancos de comida, etc. Servicios para Adultos: 410-313-7375
Servicios de Intervención ante Crisis Servicios para Niños y Adolescentes:
Grassroots
Consejo de Acción Comunitaria 410-313-7378
Community Action Council www.grassrootscrisis.org
Línea de Emergencia de 24 horas: 410-531-6677 Servicios para la Tercera Edad: 410-313-5706
www.cac-hc.org
410-313-6440 Refugio para situaciones de emergencia,
asistencia legal. Línea de Emergencia para El Centro de la Serenidad
Prevención de desalojo, asistencia para el pago de The Serenity Center
alquiler / la renta, banco de comida, asistencia con Jóvenes: 800-422-0009 http://serenitycenter.homestead.com
electricidad y gas. Servicios de emergencia para resi- Refugio, asesoramiento, prevención e 410-884-6088
dentes de bajo ingreso intervención del suicidio AA, Al-Anon, grupos para el tratamiento de
Departamento de Servicios Sociales Oficina de Servicios para Niños adicciones, consejería y asistencia terapéutica.
Department of Social Services “CARE Center” del Condado de
http://dhr.maryland.gov/economic.php United Way–Línea de Ayuda*
Howard United Way–First Call for Help
410-872-8700 Howard County Office of Children’s Services CARE Center
Cupones de comida, asistencia médica, ayuda y apo- www.uwcm.org
http://www.co.ho.md.us/OCS/CareCenter.htm
yo a la familia. 410-685-0525 o 1-800-492-0618
410-313-2273 Información sobre recursos locales
Información y asesoramiento para padres y en cualquier área.
Centro contra la Violencia Doméstica
Domestic Violence Center tutores. Servicios para niños y adolescentes.
www.dvcenter.org Departamento de Servicios al Recursos Adicionales
410-997-0304 2-1-1 Maryland
Ciudadano del Condado de Howard: http://www.icarol.info/PublicResourceDirectoryFrm.aspx?org=2046
Vivienda protegida para situaciones de emergen-
Punto de Acceso de Maryland* 211
cia, asistencia legal. Recursos a nivel estatal sobre salud comunitaria y servicios humanita-
Maryland Access Point*
rios, 7 días a la semana, asistencia en más de 150 idiomas.
FIRN www.co.ho.md.us/citizenservices/servicesguide/ Línea de Atención ante Situaciones de Crisis de
agingserv.htm#anch91773 Maryland 1-800-422-0009
www.firnonline.org

Association of Community Services of Howard County | 2011 | www.acshoco.org | 410-715-9545


410-313-5980 or 1-800-506-5806
410-992-1923 Línea de Atención para Jóvenes ante
Consejería sobre inmigración, asesoramiento a con- Adultos, familias y cuidadores, personas con Situaciones de Crisis de Maryland
minusvalías. 1-800-422-0009
sumidores, asistencia ante situaciones de crisis.
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