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YOUR DONATION GOES A LONG WAY.
It will be used to help support the program's supportive services delivery of returning citizens within our communities, to give out needed personal hygiene supplies, to create safer methods of public safety and to fight for black communities all over Baltimore City. Your donation will serve as a resounding voice for the underserved and disenfranchised.
FACE ANNOUNCEMENTS & UPCOMING EVENTS
We need your support!
HELP US DELIVER THE NEEDED SERVICES
BECOME A MONTHLY DONOR, OR SPONSOR A RETURNING CITIZEN IN OUR PROGRAM OR SPECIAL EVENT
We invite you to attend
BE EMPOWERED TO HELP REVERSE AN OPIOID OVERDOSE
“SAVE A LIFE, SAVE A SOUL”!
Location: 1645 N.Calhoun Street, Baltimore, Maryland 21217
(The Old Frederick Douglass High School)
For more information contact Mr. Marlo Hargrove: 410-522-3223
WE TAKE CARE OF OUR PEOPLE
Face Community Resource Center
1645 N.Calhoun Street, Baltimore, MD 21217
Community Food Distribution Program
The Penn North Community is the global epicenter for COVID-19.
Inaction from the government is leaving our most vulnerable left to fend for themselves. Not on our watch!
The Face Organization in community partnership with the
University of Maryland Medical Center & Saval Foods Distribution for the months of April and May.
We are scheduled to receive 300 boxes for food distribution on April 14th and April 28. The boxes will include a variety of produce each time.
In addition within the past month, we’ve been doing wellness checks and serving the elders with access to food who can’t come outside. Since we’ve been doing free monthly food distribution throughout the Sandtown community over the last 12 months, our phones are ringing off the hook with people who need food and medical/mental health services.
We Take Care of Our People. Please support our campaign to get the people what they need.
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The Baltimore Sun Article Dated 5/31/19
Please click on the link below as it relates to FACE Reentry Organization and overcoming many lifestyles of bondages
In Sandtown, a new and needed mission for Old Douglass
At Face, we work as one team with a common purpose – to provide and deliver reliable program services to our clients seeking guidance in selecting outpatient treatment with mental health counseling, substance abuse treatment, educational opportunities, job training programs, mentoring and supportive/transitional housing for individuals currently released from correctional institutions and develop independent life skills necessary to sustain a lifestyle of recovery to include safe, secure permanent housing placement.
Offenders Anonymous Mentoring Program
The Face Offenders Anonymous Mentoring Program is designed as an open forum for men to discuss issues that they can talk about and share information about the barriers confronting them through the engagement of Restoring, Engagement, Change Achievement, and Hope
Youth /Young Adults Mentoring Program
A community-based youth mentoring program designed to encourage and support mutually beneficial, long-standing relationships between adult role models and children ages 14 to 21.