Troop # 18 meets at the Jewish Community Center in Owings Mills.
The Naomi Center offers a Psychiatric Rehabilitation Program (PRP) for children and adolescents. Trained individuals are available to work individually with children on goals like social skills and organizational skills, and those that would benefit from extra support to succeed at school and at home. Young adults can be assisted with GED preparation, vocational skills, respectful […]
The Summer Food Service Program (SFSP) is a federally-funded, state-administered program to assist public and private nonprofit organizations in serving free, nutritious meals to children and teens during the summer months. To find the closest summer meal site: Call 211 or visit the website to find the closest location to your zip in Baltimore City […]
Youth Smoking Prevention and Education uses innovative approaches to influence culture and inspire youth and young adults to achieve a tobacco-free generation. Text messaging for kids/parents text “QUIT” to (202) 831-0978.
The Trevor Project is an American non-profit organization founded in 1998 focused on suicide prevention efforts for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, same-sex, and questioning youth between the ages of 13-24. Trained counselors are available 24/7 by calling the Trevor Lifeline at (866) 488-7386. Trevor Text and online Chat are also available from 3-10 PM EST. Related […]
Diller Teen Fellows program is an immersive leadership program inviting a select group of Jewish 10th and 11th graders from 6 continents and 32 communities to step up, lead their communities, and repair the world. Each year, over 600 teens , from 16 North American, South African, Australian, South American, and European communities and 16 Israeli communities, spend 12 months engrossed […]
Connecting Baltimore’s Jewish teens with opportunities to make a real difference – not just for themselves – but for the community at large.
The Baltimore JCC Maccabi Club reaches out to teens in the development of delegations and on-going Jewish athletic year round programs for youth. It provides the structure for Jewish youth to participate in athletic, Jewish cultural, educational and social activities; provides an appropriate supportive environment for Jewish youth to associate in an atmosphere of fun, […]
ANAD gives help, support and information about eating disorders.
For 8th-12th graders, BBYO impowers teens to develop leadership potential, Jewish identity & individual goals. Activities include dances, sports leagues, conventions, service projects, etc.