FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: HELPING UP MISSION AWARDED GRANT FROM MARYLAND COMMUNITY HEALTH RESOURCE COMMISSION TO EXPAND DENTAL SERVICES TO SUBSTANCE USERS IN BALTIMORE CITY

Baltimore City, MARYLAND – Helping Up Mission (HUM) was recently named as one of 19 grant recipients by the Maryland Community Health Resources Commission (CHRC), receiving a grant of $150,000 to expand Dental Services to residents of the one-year residential Spiritual Recovery Program over the next three years.

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Ravens Rookies Dish Out Lunch and Encouragement

Ravens Rookies Dish Out Lunch and EncouragementRavens Rookies Dish Out Lunch and Encouragement

By Jake Lourim

When Gary Byers played high school football at Oxon Hill, his coach would tell him, “If by some miracle you wind up in the end zone with the football, just act like you’ve been there.”

Byers is now deputy director at the Helping Up Mission shelter, where the Ravens’ 23 first-year players visited Monday to meet residents and serve lunch. Even the rookies, Byers figured, are used to being asked for autographs by now.

He wanted to act like he’d been there before….

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SOURCE’s Partner of the Month – JUNE 2016

Helping Up Mission is Johns Hopkins Student Outreach Resource Center’s June partner of the month.

SOURCE provides academic, professional and personal development opportunities through community outreach and service-learning partnerships with community-based organizations.

We also serve as a channel for student, faculty and staff involvement with community organizations and local projects.

SOURCE has a particular, but not exclusive, focus on East Baltimore neighborhoods in close proximity to the Johns Hopkins Medical Campus.  Read More:

 

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Our Partner Back on My Feet is Helping the Homeless

Article by  Megan Knight

Running can do more than just get you in shape, it can change your life. Just ask the members of the Baltimore group “Back on My Feet.”

It’s been awhile since Deon Banks did any serious running. The last time he can remember running regularly is during his time in the military.

“I’m a two to three miler kind of guy,” he said with a laugh. “If I can finish that goal in a day, I’ve accomplished something.”

Banks has been with Back on My Feet for a little over a year. The group’s mission is to combat homelessness and help people who may be on the brink of being homeless. Banks found out about the program while at the Helping Up Mission, where he is staying to treat his addiction issues.


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