For a study of the Baltimore City Drug Treatment Court. The purpose of the study is to provide information on effects of drug treatment court on outcomes such as welfare status, employment status, education level, mental and physical health, family and social relations.
Two-year funding for the implementation of the maternal Substance Abuse Acupuncture Program. The goals of the program are to improve the health of the addicted pregnant mother and to improve the parent-child relationships. Therapeutic play is an ancillary program to the daily treatment process for the mothers.
For continued support of the "Do You Know Where Your Children Are?" program for the 2001-2002 school year. This grassroots pilot project offers incentives to participating parents and other adults who assume full responsibility for knowing where their middle school-age children are during the afternoon and evening hours of the school week.
For support of the Penn North Community Health Initiative. The clinic provides complementary health care, auricular and full body acupuncture, drug detoxification, Narcotics Anonymous meetings, Tai Chi classes, nutrition, massage and educational programs for those seeking holistic approaches to drug treatment.
Continued support to provide professional attire and career support services to Baltimore City women making the transition from welfare to work.
For the capital expansion of the Sinai Hospital Addictions Recovery Program. By consolidating all administrative and clinical services into one self-contained facility, the enhancement will improve the efficiency and quality of care and ensure patients' privacy and confidentiality.
Continued funding to provide primary medical and dental care to persons in Baltimore City who lack medical and/or dental insurance.
Three grants for continued support of the After-School Homework Centers and summer camp at Bentana Apartments.
Three grants for continued support of drug treatment and job training program for FY 2001. The Center supports job training, educational opportunities and drug treatment program for community residents interested in rehabilitation. The Center also provides weekly stipends to program participants to assist with living expenses while enrolled in the self-help program.
For the continuation of a buprenorphine detoxification program for residents of Tuerk House who are opiate-dependent.