Our Programs

Serving children, youth & families

in Carroll County, Maryland.

Our programs focus on the social & emotional needs of our clients.

Wraparound
Family Services

Wraparound Family Services is designed for children and families with complex needs. A Family Navigator will work with the family to identify their strengths and address any barriers to accessing resources and services. The Family Navigator will meet with the family to follow-up on recommended services and make any necessary referrals.

 

It is our goal, through a service team approach, to ensure families feel connected and supported within our community. 

 

Submit a Referral or contact our Family Navigator 

NeldaCaballero@TogetherWeOwnIt.org.

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Rise Up
Leadership Program

 

Rise Up Leadership Program is a group mentoring program for youth ages 14-18. The program is specifically designed for youth who are prepared to move beyond their circumstances and struggles and take on a leadership role in their community.

2:30-4:00pm: Youth Arrive and Work 1-1 with a Mentor

4:00-4:30pm: Prepare and Serve Dinner.

4:45-5:00pm: Circle-Up for a Check-In.

5:00-6:30pm: Group Activity

6:30-6:45pm: Snack

6:45-7:00pm: Daily Chores

7:00-8:00pm: Free Time and Dismissal 

Velocity
Group Mentoring

Velocity is a group mentoring program for youth ages 11-13. The program is specifically designed for youth with behavioral, social, or emotional needs who require a smaller group setting to thrive. We focus on building healthy relationships, coping strategies, communication, self-esteem, social skills, and improving academics.

2:30-4:00pm: Youth Arrive and Work 1-1 with a Mentor

4:00-4:30pm: Prepare and Serve Dinner.

4:45-5:00pm: Circle-Up for a Check-In.

5:00-6:30pm: Group Activity

6:30-6:45pm: Snack

6:45-7:00pm: Daily Chores

7:00-8:00pm: Free Time and Dismissal 

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Discover You is a one-on-one mentoring program for children ages 5-10. The program is specifically designed for children with behavioral, social, or emotional needs who require a smaller group setting to thrive. We focus on building healthy relationships and helping kids learn to express their feelings, while supporting them academically.

 

The children meet with their mentor for 1 hour per week on their designated night and may participate with their mentor in small group activities with other children in the program. 

Discover You
1-1 Mentoring

 

Restorative Parenting

Restorative Parenting is a process for rebuilding parent-child relationships in the aftermath of trauma in the family. It is an opportunity for every voice to be heard and for healing to begin. The group meets weekly.

General Inquiries: AngelHill@TogetherWeOwnIt.org.

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The Restorative Accountability Program addresses delinquent behavior by teaching empathy and accountability. Youth referred to RAP will have an opportunity to discuss reasons for their behavior as well as the impact their decisions have on others.

Cost is $20 per person. The program is a 2-day experience. Participants must attend both classes to receive the certificate of completion. Department of Juvenile Services referral and pre-registration is required.

Restorative Accountability

 

Good Stuff
Thrift Store

From clothing and food, to hygiene products and school supplies, kid's show confidence when they have the basics! Our Good Stuff program provides basic necessities to children ages 0-24 yo. 

Items that Together We Own It may provide are based on available donations. 

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Ryan's Ride is a scholarship program in memory of Ryan Hewett. The scholarship program pairs Ryan's love of cars with his compassion and kindness and hopes to remove the financial barriers in place for young people seeking their driver's license. 

 

Ryan's legacy lives in the kindness he showed others. During Ryan's lifetime, he often sought out opportunities to do random acts of kindness. He would randomly buy people gas at the pump, even when he did not have money to spare, or he would leave money in car meters. Ryan would always pull over anytime he saw someone on the side of the road and help them with any sort of car trouble; even if that meant driving all the way home, grabbing his tools and coming back. Ryan was very passionate about cars and always used his passion to help others. That passion and kindness continues on through the scholarship program that Ryan's Mom, Linda, has started in his honor.

Scholarship applications will open in late September. 

Ryan's Ride
Scholarship Program