F.A.C.E. is a group of people who have come together to support one another and reach out to others who have experienced conditions of substance abuse and/or incarceration. F.A.C.E. offers several community support services.
Located in Mondawmin Mall, The Northwest One -Stop Career Center provides assistance to people searching for employment. Job Assistance: After completing a job assessment and career exploration session, there is assistance with resume writing, job search and placement. The Re-Entry Center: This service is provided to help Baltimore City ex-offenders secure employment and avoid recidivism.
Sharp Dressed Man collects gently worn suits and business attire and distributes them by referral to Baltimore area men transitioning into the workforce after experiencing homelessness, incarcertaiton, or other significant life challenges. See website for drop off locations.
This re-entry program focuses on ex-offenders recently released from prison. It provides case management and biweekly men’s rap and women’s rap sessions. It also has transitional housing as well as a component targeting home detention where there is a structured 3 day a week 6 month program that impacts DOC Home detention clients helping them […]
Goodwill of the Chesapeake is a workforce development agency and network of businesses that provides career development, employment and related social services to assist people with special needs as well as those who were formerly incarcerated.
Christopher Place is an employment academy with a residential component that supports addiction recovery and also provides post incarceration services
A non-profit national educational, advocacy & humanitarian organization serving the unique needs of Jews in prison and their families, the military & everywhere they & their families may become isolated from their heritage.
The Center provides individual care, concern, and treatment for emotionally disturbed youth, developmentally disabled adults and adolescents, and those involved in the criminal justice system.