9770 Patuxent Woods Drive, Columbia, MD 21046


Tenant Agencies

(* indicates ACS Member)

  1. Association of Community Services of Howard County supports a dynamic network of over 100 member organizations through education, advocacy and connections. http://acshoco.org/
  2. * Athelas Institute provides a multitude of innovative work and educational opportunities as well as a variety of services to adults with intellectual disabilities. http://www.athelasinstitute.org/
  3. * Bridges to Housing Stability provides case management to help homeless and near-homeless families attain and maintain housing stability, and provides an affordable housing program for low-wage workers. http://bridges2hs.org/
  4. Camp Attaway provides a summer day camp program for children with emotional and behavioral disorders. Held in Howard County, the camp offers a variety of activities to ensure safe, therapeutic, and most importantly, fun-filled days for children, as well as weekly support and education group for their parents. http://campattaway.org/
  5. * Compass, Inc. provides residential, day, and employment support to individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities. http://www.compassmaryland.org/
  6. * Grassroots Crisis Intervention provides 24-hour crisis services; Mobile Crisis Team; emergency shelter and support services for homeless households; single point of entry for homeless services. Suicide prevention training and mental health first aid are also offered on request.  http://www.grassrootscrisis.org/
  7. Greater Baltimore Urban League helps disadvantaged Marylanders gain access to equal opportunity in employment, education, health care, housing and the civic arena. http://www.gbul.org/
  8. * Heritage Housing Partners Corporation owns and manages group homes for disabled and mentally challenged, and affordable housing for low-income senior citizens. http://www.hhpcorp.org/
  9. * HopeWorks, Inc. provides the following services to families impacted by domestic violence and sexual assault: 24-hour hotline; emergency and transitional shelter; legal assistance counseling; education and outreach; New Behaviors program for abusers; and Pet Safe. http://www.wearehopeworks.org/
  10. * Howard County Autism Society serves individuals on the autism spectrum, their families, and their communities by providing information, support, and advocacy; by promoting awareness; and by working to improve the quality of and access to services and educational opportunities. http://www.howard-autism.org/
  11. Howard County Housing Commission owns, manages and maintains residential properties, develops new affordable housing opportunities, operates the Housing Choice Voucher Program. http://www.househoward.org/
  12. Howard EcoWorks employs Howard County residents ages 16 – 26 to build rain gardens and conservation landscapes that filter storm water runoff and alleviate flooding from pavement and other impervious surfaces. It provides living wage jobs for young adults who have a hard time finding work and helps Howard County meet its federally mandated storm water management obligations. http://www.howardecoworks.org/
  13. * MakingChange provides financial education and asset building programs to empower people to control their money and change their lives. http://makingchangecenter.org/
  14. * Mediation & Conflict Resolution Center provides free mediation and conflict resolution services, including.Group Facilitation, Restorative Dialogue, Restorative Reflection, Restorative Circles, education and training. www.mcrchoward.org
  15. * United Way of Central Maryland provides funding to health and human service agencies in Central Maryland, as well as provides 2-1-1, which is a 24-hour information and referral service. http://www.uwcm.org/
  16. Volunteers of America Chesapeake assists the most vulnerable and under-served people achieve their full potential through services that are designed locally to address specific community needs. Their common areas of focus include promoting self-sufficiency for the homeless and for other overcoming personal crises, caring for the elderly and disabled and fostering their independence, and supporting positive development for troubled and at-risk children and youth. https://www.voachesapeake.org/




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June 9, 2017 Ribbon Cutting Celebration





For more information contact:

Cheri Auger, NonProfit Collaborative Manager

cheri.auger@acshoco.org

443-518-7704


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