Our region’s substance use crisis exists at the intersection of public policy, public health, and criminal justice issues.
Maryland Philanthropy Network members are invited to have a conversation with Scott Nolen with OSI-Baltimore, Greg Warren with Gaudenzia, and Dr. Kima Taylor on opioids and drug addiction treatment in Baltimore and across the US.
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Tuerk House, a nonprofit drug and alcohol treatment system serving the most disadvantaged members of the greater Baltimore community, has been awarded a signature grant of $700,000 from The Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Foundation, one of the larges
United Way of Central Maryland is one of the nationwide partnership locations for Ride United, which is an initiative designed to help overcome barriers to transportation, the organization said this month.
Unlike the public bathrooms, dark alleys and vacant rowhomes where addicts furtively conduct their business, the facility’s atmosphere would be welco
The Women’s Giving Circle of Frederick County announces that 39 grants totaling $210,000 have been presented to 24 area nonprofits serving women and children. The grants were presented during the 13th annual event held in June.
Every year, Open Society Institute – Baltimore releases an Impact Report to show the impact [their] work is having in Baltimore and the region, along with a list of [their] grants and donations, and a summary of our financial data.