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Baltimore Regional Alliance for the Vaccine Effort within the Institute of Virology (BRAVE)

JACQUES Initiative
725 W. Lombard St
Baltimore, MD  21201

Veterans Affairs Medical Center HIV Clinic & Hepatitis Clinic
10 N Greene St
Baltimore, MD 21201

Evelyn Jordan Center
16 S. Eutaw
Baltimore, MD 21201

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827 Linden Ave
Baltimore, MD 21201

BRAVE supports the university's efforts to develop an HIV vaccine and provide prevention education and outreach, build partnerships between the scientific and local communities and provide referrals for individuals infected and affected by HIV.

Bridges Community Based Care Management Program

29 S. Paca St
Baltimore, MD  21201

Provides minority, low income, pregnant and parenting teenagers, children and family members’ prenatal clinic services or intervention services to promote healthy relationships and reduce repeat pregnancy.

Calverton School Mental Health Initiative

1100 Whitmore Ave
Baltimore, MD  21216

University of Maryland Mental Health Program provides students with a full continuum of mental health services and activities to improve the academic, behavioral and social-emotional success of all students. The program strives to reduce suspensions and expulsions and improve behavioral interventions. 

Center for Infant and Child Loss

110 S Paca St #300
Baltimore, MD  21201

The office of the Chief Medical Examiner works closely with this program dedicated to    families as they learn to live with the sudden unexpected loss of their child. 

Center for Minority Health Research

655 W Baltimore St
Baltimore, MD  21201

Houses numerous programs to: identify and evaluate interventions which improve the health of inner-city African-American children and youth, advance methodology and evaluation of programs, increase the number of minority professions in health services and be influential to local, state and national health policy.

Center for School Mental Health

Arundel Elem/Middle School
2400 Round Rd
Baltimore, MD  21225

Within the Department of Psychiatry, federally funded for program and policy analysis, technical assistance and research. This program follows 25 schools in Baltimore city providing evidence-based mental health promotion and intervention. 

Children's Health Watch

655 W Baltimore St
Baltimore, MD  21201

A multi-study site that provides direct interventions for children at risk for growth and nutrition problems, monitors the health outcomes of poor children and provides education for families and communities. 

Connect to Protect Baltimore

737 W Lombard St
Baltimore, MD  21201

Researchers and community members create partnerships to provide health resources to and determine met and unmet needs of communities. 

Division of Substance Abuse Services

655 W Baltimore St
Baltimore, MD  21201

Substance Abuse programs provided to Baltimore City residents.

Growth and Nutrition Clinic

655 W Baltimore St
Baltimore, MD  21201

A family-centered clinic that provides evaluations and interventions to children under age three with growth deficiencies or feeding disorders. 

Harbor City Unlimited

1227 W. Pratt St
Baltimore, MD  21223

Clinical site that provides psychosocial rehabilitation services to persons with chronic mental illnesses. Services: skills training, leisure activities, substance abuse support, employment and housing. 

High School Mini Med Program

Baltimore Polytechnic Institute
1400 Cold Spring Ln
Baltimore, MD  21209

Western High School
4600 Falls Rd
Baltimore, MD  21209

Patterson Park High Public Charter School
27 N. Lakewood Ave
Baltimore, MD  21224

Vivien T. Thomas Medical Arts Academy
100 N. Calhoun St
Baltimore, MD 21223

School of Medicine students lead an 8 week seminar course on health related topics in local high schools. The program incorporates both health education and career development.

High School Neuroscience Forum

655 W Baltimore Street
Baltimore, MD 21201

Held at the National Institutes of Health’s Library of Medicine in Bethesda, MD. The forum is held to motivate youth to learn about the brain with Brain Bee and Brain poetry competitions.

High School Tours

620 W Lexington St
Baltimore, MD 21201

Established to bring various medical professions to life and to empower young people to make informed choices about their future careers in medicine. 

HP-STAR Program

655 W Baltimore St
Baltimore, MD 21201

Health Professions - Student Training in Aging Research  Provides 10-12 weeks of experience in aging related research under then mentorship of more than 45 basic and clinical scientists.

Intro to Clinical Medicine Outreach

Club UMB – 1st year Medicine students engage in 30 hour Community Outreach initiatives to address community health issues.
620 W Lexington St
Baltimore, MD 21201

Jacques Initiative Institute of Human Virology - 1st year Medicine students engage in 30 hour Community Outreach initiatives to address community health issues.
725 W. Lombard St
Baltimore, MD 21201

St. Jerome's Head Start - 1st year Medicine students engage in 30 hour Community Outreach initiatives to address community health issues.
320 Cathedral St
Baltimore, MD 21201

The UM Center for weight management
22 N Greene St
Baltimore, MD 21201

Medicine, clinical: UMMC

Emergency Medicine, Psychiatry, Ophthalmology, Internal Medicine, Family Medicine, Radiology, Obstetrics-Gynecology  

Medicine: Star Wars Program

655 W Baltimore St
Baltimore, MD 21201

Provides 4th and 5th grade students with interactive activities to help children understand consequences of smoking and asked to participate in a poster contest. 

Nutrition Clinic

725 W Lombard St
Baltimore, MD 21201 

Nutrition Clinic that provides counseling for adult patients with diabetes, hypertension, gastrointestinal disorders, obesity, and kidney or cardiac diseases. 

Operation Diabetes

725 W Lombard St
Baltimore, MD 21201

Designed to increase awareness of diabetes and to help the public become more knowledgeable about the disease and to recognize the risk factors, signs and symptoms of diabetes. 

Pediatric Ambulatory Center

22 S Greene St
Baltimore, MD 21201

University of Md Schools of Nursing and Medicine provide innovative and collaborative training model for pediatric residents and pediatric nurse practitioners and includes health service delivery to patients and their families.  

Podiatry Clinic

22 S Greene St
Baltimore, MD 21201

Comprehensive foot care offered to the community through the Department of Orthopedics. 

Project Jump Start

UMB Pharmacy Hall
20 N Pine St
Baltimore, MD 21201

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Federal Building on Pratt St.
1635 W. Pratt St
Baltimore, MD 21223

An interdisciplinary community-based student-led outreach program that provides wraparound health and advocacy services for homeless persons in the Baltimore Metropolitan area.

Special Patient Program

620 W Lexington St
Baltimore, MD 21201

Program located on the campus of University of Md and provides treatment for patients with physical, emotional and medically compromising conditions. 

Taghi Modarressi Center for Infant Study and Secure Starts

Emily Price Jones Head Start Center
3510 Eldorado Ave
Baltimore, MD 21207

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2011 Linden Ave
Baltimore, MD 21217

Mental Health Clinicians are housed in 2 community programs that specialize in serving families who are experiencing poverty, trauma or homelessness and treating children with diagnoses, challenging behaviors and have suffered maltreatment and have been exposed to violence. 

The Care Clinic at the Center for Families, Department of Pediatrics

520 W Lombard St
Baltimore, MD 21201

Provides free specialized mental health treatment for children and families affected by physical or sexual abuse, or domestic violence. Treatment is provided by a team from psychiatry, psychology, and pediatric medicine. 

Traveler's Clinic

655 W Baltimore St
Baltimore, MD 21201

UMB school of Medicine faculty offers their services as experts in tropical medicine and infectious diseases to residents in the Baltimore-Washington area who are planning trips overseas. 

University of Maryland Division of Community Psychiatry: Outpatient Mental Health Centers

630 W. Fayette St
Baltimore, MD 21201

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701 W. Pratt Street
Baltimore, MD 21230

Individual Therapy, family therapy, group therapy, and medication management for adults and children/adolescents. The Continuous Care Team provides intensive psychiatric and case management services for adults. 

University of Maryland Hospital for Children - Breathmobile Sites

Furman L. Templeton Elementary School
1200 Pennsylvania Ave
Baltimore, MD 21217

George Washington Elementary
800 Scott Street
Baltimore, MD 21230

Ann Winterling Elementary School
20 N. Bentalou Street
Baltimore, MD 21223

Mary E. Rodman Elementary School
1600 N. Payson Street
Baltimore, MD 21217

Matthew A. Henson Elementary School
1600 N. Payson St
Baltimore, MD 21217

Metro Delta Head Start
1701 Madison Ave
Baltimore, MD 21217

Samuel Coleridge-Taylor Elementary School
507 W. Preston St
Baltimore, MD 21201

Westside Elementary School
2235 N Fulton Ave
Baltimore, MD 21217

Union Baptist Head Start
1211 Druid Hill Ave
Baltimore, MD 21217

A mobile clinic that makes stops at more than a dozen public schools in West Baltimore to diagnose and provide treatment for Asthma. The project is a partnership between the University of Maryland Hospital for Children and Asthma and Allergy Foundation of Maryland.

Violence Intervention Program

22 S Greene St
Baltimore, MD 21201

The Violence Intervention Program is determined to reduce the frequency and the severity of recidivism for violent injury and criminal activity among persons living in and around Baltimore City. Committed to Dr. King's vision of "The Beloved Community," our services focus on the enhancement of personal strengths, conflict resolution and the development of community relationships.

Vivien T. Thomas Medical Arts Academy Summer Research Program

100 N. Calhoun St
Baltimore, MD 21223

Sponsored by University of Maryland offering paid summer research positions to 25 students from Vivian T. Thomas Medical Arts Academy. Students work 40 hour each week and gain direct work experience and mentoring from UMB staff.

Youth Science Enrichment Program

620 W Lexington Street
Baltimore, MD 21201

YSEP is a program designed to expose youth to science and technology at an early age. Typically, 3 - 5 medical students travel to a YSEP site on a monthly basis to provide special programming for a group of 10 – 20 elementary or middle school age students. Programs are 90 to 120 minutes.