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Partners

Women’s Housing Coalition has formed relationships with various organizations to provide services and workshops for our residents. The partnerships are listed categorically.

Volunteers

Junior League of Baltimore
(https://www.jlbalt.org/  

Mental Health

Healthcare for the Homeless
(http://www.hchmd.org/) 
Mosaic 
(http://www.mosaicinc.org/) 
Harford-Belair 
(http://www.harfordbelair.org/)

Employment/Job Readiness

Maryland Office of Employment Development – provides job leads
(http://www.oedworks.com/) 
Suited to Succeed – provides interview/employment clothing
(http://www.suitedtosucceed.org/)
Franciscan Center – provides job training/clothing/access to computers/job leads/volunteer opportunities
(http://fcbmore.org/services-programs/attire-4-hire/)

Job Training

Goodwill Industries – STEP Program – Human Services training
(http://www.goodwillches.org/step)
Division of Rehabilitative Services (DORs) – various job training
(http://dors.maryland.gov/Pages/default.aspx)
Caroline Center – Pharmacy Tech training, C.N.A. training, Culinary training
(http://www.caroline-center.org/)

ABE/GED

Strong City Baltimore
Franciscan Center
( http://fcbmore.org/services-programs/empowerment-services/)
South Baltimore Learning Center
(http://www.southbaltimorelearns.org/)

Children’s Health

Kennedy Krieger – behavioral problems in children
( http://www.kennedykrieger.org/patient-care/patient-care-programs)
All Walks of Life
(http://allwalksoflifellc.org/)
Johns Hopkins East Baltimore Mental Health Clinic
( http://www.hopkinsmedicine.org/psychiatry/…)

Parenting Classes

The Family Tree
( http://www.familytreemd.org/programs/sign-up-for-classes/)

The Arts

Young Audience of Maryland – SLAM Poetry
( http://www.yamd.org/program/slampoetryhip-hoptheatre/)

Financial Literacy

PNC Bank
Bank of America
( http://about.bankofamerica.com/en-us/better-money-habits.html#fbid=dPnU6c-9xA2)

Relapse Prevention

Mosaic
Alternative Directions 
Guadenzia
( http://www.gaudenzia.org/services)

Women’s Health

STAR – on site HIV testing
(http://www.sisterstogetherandreaching.org/#!programs/cfvg)
Amerigroup – various workshops on women’s health issues

How You Can Get Involved

Call (410) 235-5782 or click here to Donate Or Contact Us to get Involved

Become a Volunteer!

The WHC welcomes all types of volunteers.  Whether you have a special skill you’d like to teach our residents to aid in their self-sufficiency or are a corporation that is community-minded, we want you!  Learn more about Volunteering at WHC

Sponsor an Event

Sponsoring a WHC event is a wonderful opportunity to show your support for the mission of the WHC, while at the same time, letting the community know as well. Learn more about becoming a WHC Sponsor.

Donate

By making a tax-deductible donation to WHC, you are supporting residents to maximize their self-sufficiency goals.