Funded Programs

YOUTH CONNECTIONSFamily Partnership | Frederick County MD - Official Website

Family Partnership of Frederick County

(301) 600-2206 or https://www.frederickcountymd.gov/FP 


This program provides strength-based services to youth/young adults aged 16-24 who are neither employed nor enrolled in school, as well as youth who are in jeopardy of disconnecting from school. Those services include: adult education, employment readiness, career exploration, intensive case management, transportation, social and peer support, and workshops focusing on different topics.


 

NEW HORIZONS PROGRAM

Student Homelessness Initiative Partnership (SHIP)SHIP-logo-2017-horizontal - SHIP of Frederick County

(240) 415-8971 or https://shipfrederick.com/programs/new-horizons/ 


New Horizons Frederick offers personalized counseling, case management, and service linkage for unaccompanied homeless Frederick County public high school students. The program provides students with access to resources needed to achieve an on-time graduation including: access to personal health, economic, educational, enrichment services, and activities.


 

HEALTHY ENTRY FOR KIDS DENTAL & PRENATAL CARE

Dental Care – Frederick County Health Department

(301) 600-1029 or https://health.frederickcountymd.gov/264/Dental-Clinic 

Prenatal Center – Frederick Health Hospital

(240) 566-4444 or https://www.frederickhealth.org/services/prenatal-center/ 

 

Frederick Health Hospital | Frederick, MD 21701 The “Health-E” Kids Program expands access to health care in the following prioritized areas: 1). dental care to low-income children who are unable to access care or who require more intensive care; 2). prenatal care to low-income pregnant women who would otherwise be unable to access care. The program was designed by the Local Management Board to target service gaps identified in the Needs Assessment and to support improved health outcomes for the county's pregnant women, infants, children, and families.



FAMILIES IMPACTED BY INCARCERATION PROGRAM

Mental Health Association

(301) 663-0011 or https://fcmha.org/how-we-help/families-impacted-by-incarceration-program  

 

This program is a partnership with the Mental Health Association (MHA) and Children of 

Incarcerated Parents Partnership (COIPP) to expand services to children and parents

impacted by incarceration. The program aims to strengthen the bond between parents, children, 

caregivers, and the community through a variety of evidence supported activities including; parenting

classes for incarcerated individuals, workshops, and one-on-one coaching in the community for caregivers 

and parents after release.


 

SYSTEMS NAVIGATION

Mental Health Association

(301) 663-0011 or https://fcmha.org/how-we-help/systems-navigation  


Systems Navigation services provide intensive supports, linkage, and coordination for families who require assistance beyond resources and referrals. Systems Navigation services are provided to families whose child is involved with multiple child serving agencies or who has intensive behavioral, educational, developmental, and/or mental health needs. Systems Navigators provide assessment, care coordination, assistance in identifying strengths, needs, and linkages to appropriate services and supports.


 

HEALTHY FAMILIES FREDERICK

Mental Health Association

(301) 663-0011 or https://fcmha.org/how-we-help/healthy-families  

 

Healthy Families Frederick (HFF) is a home visiting program targeting first time parents and their children who are assessed to be at-risk for negative childhood outcomes. Based on the national Healthy Families America model HFF is a strength-based service that supports families to become self-sufficient and promotes children entering school healthy, nurtured, and ready to learn.



GETTING AHEAD

The Religious Coalition RC-Logo-Horizontal-RGB

(301) 631-2670 or https://thereligiouscoalition.org/need-help/after-shelter-programs/   

 

This is an immersive 16-session Workshop offering participants the opportunity to create their own individual plans to help them create a path toward self-sufficiency. The program helps people identify and recognize their own strengths, and establish a strong support network of resources to help them achieve their personal goals.