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Program areas at Catholic Charities of Baltimore
Family Services programs include a continuum of behavioral health and special education services to children and their families ranging from counseling to intensive residential treatment. Villa Maria School provides educational and clinical services for children with significant emotional, behavioral, and learning challenges. St. Vincent's Villa offers residential treatment and diagnostic services for children between the ages of 5 and 13 with significant emotional and behavioral challenges. The goal is to move the children back to the community as soon as they are ready with all the necessary support and services to ensure long-term success. Behavioral Health Clinics provide individual and family mental and behavioral health and substance use disorder outpatient services in Baltimore City and seven Maryland counties. Center for Family Services assist families by helping them create safe and permanent connections through our treatment foster care services, parenting and adoptive services. Early in FY20 the Organization stopped providing treatment foster care services and late in FY20 the Organization made the decision to exit our parenting and adoptive services programs. This was completed in FY21. Gallagher Services provides support for adults with developmental disabilities in group homes throughout our community. Many Gallagher individuals participate in training programs, classes and partnerships to live the life of their choice.Safe Streets is designed to reduce shooting and homicides in areas that are disproportionately affected by gun violence by mediating disputes.
Community Services programs support people impacted by poverty as follows: My Sister's Place Women's Center is Baltimore City's longest-serving women's day shelter and resource center for women and children experiencing homelessness and poverty. Supportive housing programs offer emergency, transitional, and permanent housing with an array of other services such as case management, counseling, career and life skills and employment assistance to help residents resume stable, independent lives. Our Daily Bread Employment Center helps people in need with a daily hot meal, case management, job training and employment counseling. Head Start and Early Head Start programs are child and family development programs that enables children to be better prepared when entering kindergarten, thereby improving the likelihood of their success in school and in life. The Esperanza Center is a comprehensive immigrant resource center that offers hope by providing essential services, referrals, ESL education, healthcare, and low-cost immigration legal services. The Weinberg Housing and Resource Center provides homeless services to over 275 adult men and women each night in the City of Baltimore.
Senior Communities has developed and currently manages 24 communities providing quality, accessible and affordable housing to more than 1,700 residents and provides congregate housing services including meals, light housekeeping and personal care to allow seniors to continue living on their own. St. Ann Adult Day Care is a day program for older adults that provides activities, socialization and medical supervision so that loved ones can continue to live at home. Caritas House Assisted Living provides care and assistance for seniors 62 and older who require help in performing daily activities and can no longer live independently. Answers for the Aging is a free telephone-based information and referral service for older adults and caregivers.