serving children and families across Maryland
Good Stuff: Market
From clothing and food, to hygiene products and school supplies, kid's show confidence when they have the basics! Our Good Stuff trailer travels all across the state of Maryland providing basic necessities to children ages 0-21 yo.
If you opt into the program, you/your child will receive assistance with necessary items. Items that Together We Own It may provide include help with school uniforms, general clothing and outerwear, undergarments, hygiene items, school supplies, and other basic youth needs.
Rise Up is a youth-driven program providing a safe space for youth to discover their strengths and abilities and to explore opportunities for success through community engagement and positive youth development. We currently serve youth ages 12-18 yo.
Rise Up Community Center utilizes an individualized approach to meet the needs of the whole child. We acknowledge and respect that every child comes from different circumstances and we strive to provide them the opportunities that lead to a promising future.
Discover You provides group mentoring services for children ages 5-11. This program is specifically designed for children with behavioral or emotional needs who require a smaller group setting to thrive. This program focuses on building healthy relationships and helping kids learn to express their feelings, while supporting them academically.
Children are served in small groups for one 2 hour session each week.
Turning Tides was established to provide stability for vulnerable Carroll County students in the midst of COVID-19. From Sept 8th through Oct 16th, TWOI served students during the school day until schools returned in a hybrid model. We are currently re-evaluating to determine how we could continue to assist students, should we return to a virtual model of education. The program serves Carroll County students in grades K-12
RAP: Restorative Accountability Program
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.
with Billy Lyve
Boys Group, led by local artist and entrepreneur Billy Lyve, is a group mentoring program for young men. Billy utilizes his music and passions to connect with our youth. The group welcomes speakers who are willing to share their story of struggle and triumph to provide hope and motivation for teens.
Currently serving boys ages 12-18 years old. The program meets on Thursdays from 5-7pm.