Working To Enhance The Quality Of Life
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I Can, Inc.

In support of the transitional housing program providing shelter and extensive case management services for 58 homeless men for up to 12 months of residency. The goal of the program is to provide a period of stability for the men during which they can pursue educational credentials, job skills training, financial planning and budgeting and to prepare for a move into permanent housing.

Helen Keller Worldwide

For continued training and technical assistance in support of Baltimore City Health Department's implementation of the ChildSight program in Baltimore City public middle schools. The initiative provides free vision screening and glasses for those children with severe refractive error who might not be able to afford the services otherwise.

The Enterprise Foundation

In support of the Re-Entry Partnership (REP) initiative, designed to address ex-offenders' transition from prison back into the community. One of eight national pilot projects, REP is developing resources needed to manage program services that meet the ex-offenders' special needs. Part of the initiative includes the design and installation of a management information system to provide a process and outcomes evaluation.

Courage To Change

To provide the first month's rent and a package of personal effects to 48 homeless recovering men and women. The residents will be given housing for one year in a transitional housing program while they stabilize their lives, find jobs and remain drug-free.


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