National research has shown that positive relationships between Littles and Bigs have a direct and measurable impact on children's lives. By participating in our programs, Little Brothers and Sisters are more confident in their schoolwork performance and able to get along better with their families.
What can you do to help? Make a donation. Mentor a child. Start a program. Call us or email us to find out how!
Provides free in person assistance for navigating the Maryland Healthcare Exchange during the open enrollment dates - November 1 - January 31. They can help you compare plans or review or renew a plan you already have.
Our trained staff, who themselves have cared for a young person with mental health, substance use and/or other behavioral health needs, will work one-to-one with you - listening to your concerns, attending meetings, assisting you to complete forms, explaining your rights and connecting you to appropriate services. Family Peer Support Specialists (FPSS) also work in partnership with local agencies and participate on planning and advisory boards to provide a family perspective on policies and programs. Family Peer Support Specialists make every effort to involve many families in leadership roles in their community.
Audra Cherbonnier, Regional Peer Support Supervisor
To redirect young men and women in a new and better life, to give them hope and vision, to break the bounds of poverty, discouragement, low self-esteem, and to avoid some of the pitfalls of life. To assist in any way possible to build strong, dependable, committed loving men and women with strong character and integrity.
To seek to augment and strengthen the moral, spiritual, and educational health and betterment of minority youth in our rural community, by exposing our young people to uplifting influences, opportunities, and activities, with a goal to inspire and empower them to become educated, solid citizens as they grow into maturity and assume a role in society.