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Listed below is a sample of our referral sources, treatment partners, and employment and education services partners.

COMMUNITY PARTNERS

Maryland Community Service Locator
http://www.mdcsl.org

Power Inside
410-889-8333
http://www.powerinside.org

Black Education AIDS Project
410-522-7910
http://www.beap.com

Our Daily Bread Employment Center
443-986-9000
443-983-9027
http://www.cc-md.org

STRIVE Baltimore
410-367-5691
http://www.cfuf.org

Women Accepting Responsibility
Baltimore, MD
410-947-0700

STAR
410-383-1903
http://www.sisterstogetherandreaching.org

Chase Brexton Health Services
Evelyn Jordan
410-545-4481ext.2623
410-328-1900
http://www.Chasebrexton.org

Job Opportunities Task Force
2 E. Read St., 6th Fl.
Baltimore, MD 21202
410-234-8040

Additional Resourcs
The Legal Aid Bureau, provides free legal services to low-income persons statewide. Only civil cases are handled by the Legal Aid Bureau.

Contact:
Legal Aid Bureau
500 E. Lexington St.
Baltimore, MD 21202
410-539-5340
410-539-1710 fax
Web Site: http://www.mdlab.org

The Maryland Legal Assistance Network (MLAN) is a collaborative effort among Maryland legal services providers to improve the delivery of legal services. Included in the system is a single toll-free number to help individuals find the appropriate legal services provider, a self-help legal program, and legal assistance on the web.

Contact:
Maryland Legal Assistance Network/MLSC
15 Charles Plaza, Suite 101
Baltimore, MD 21201
410-576-9494
Web Site: http://www.peoples-law.info/Home/PublicWeb
Additional Resourcs
Alternate Direction, Inc. offers civil legal services during a prisoner's incarceration and will provide follow-up services upon release. This organization also provides recently released individuals with a list of organizations that assist during the transition period.

Contact:
Alternative Direction, Inc.
2505 N. Charles St.
Baltimore, MD 21218
410-889-5072

The Homeless Persons Representation Projects assists individuals with criminal records with expungement and EEOC complaints.

Contact:
1800 N. Charles Street, Suite 700
Baltimore, MD 21201
410-685-6589, ext. 116

Maryland’s Job Service One-Stop Career Centers provide comprehensive job services. There are 25 one-stop centers located around the state. Each center has CareerNet site which is an internet-based program linking Maryland with every other state in the country.

Contact:
Division of Employment and Training
Maryland Department of Labor, Licensing and Regulation
1100 North Eutaw St.
Baltimore, MD 21201
410-767-2173
Web Site:

The National Women’s Prison Project is a re-entry program for women that begins at the pre-release level and continues through re-entry to the community. Services offered include support and motivational groups, assistance with job training and housing, a clothing closet for job apparel, and mentoring services.
Contact:
National Women's Prison Project
1701 Madison Avenue, Suite # 505
Baltimore, MD 21217
410-233-3385
410-225-2916 fax Web Site: http://www.nwpp-inc.com

Supporting Ex-Offenders in Employment Training and Transitional Services (SEETTS) is a program of Goodwill Industries of the Chesapeake, Inc. to serve formerly incarcerated individuals. The community component serves men and women who are on parole supervision or probation regardless of previous program involvement.

Contact:
Career Development Services
Goodwill Industries of the Chesapeake, Inc.
222 East Redwood Street
Baltimore, MD 21202
410-837-1800
410-837-8930 fax
Web Site: http://www.goodwillches.org

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