FLT Partners 2018-2019

Bmore For Healthy Babies

Description: Pre and Post-Natal support for women and men in 21217 community.

Ages/Grades Served: FLT Parent Community

Outcomes:Provides post and pre-natal support to those that may not otherwise access additional supports. Breastfeeding home visits, parental and group support.

 

Child First

Description: Provides afterschool programming for K-5 students. Monday-Thursday.

Ages/Grades Served: K – through 5th children.

Outcomes:Provide after-school enrichment and academics to students who otherwise couldn’t participate financially.

 

ElmSeed Foundation

 

Description: ElmSeed is a life skills learning center for at-risk youth and engaging kids beyond the traditional classroom.

Ages/Grades Served: Grades 3-5

Number of children served: Summer 2017 (8 students), SY2018/19 (9 students)

Outcomes: Provide equine assisted learning/therapy and STEAM curriculum.

 

Maryland Food Bank- Heart Market

Description: The goal of the program is to provide food for children while encouraging parents to take an active role in their child's education and development through monthly Heart Markets.

Ages/Grades Served:FLT Family Community grades Pre-K through 5.

Outcomes: Provide an additional source of healthy food to families in high poverty.

Chicago Parent

Description: 12-week parent curriculum

Ages/Grades Served: Parents with children 0-5 years of age.

Outcomes:Provides parenting curriculum and support group for parents with children ages 0-5 years.

 

University of Maryland, School of Social Work/Promise Heights

Description: University of Maryland, Baltimore with partnering CBOs/FBOs within the Upton/Druid Heights neighborhood facilitate a pipeline of interconnected services that begin with prenatal care and continue thru to college/career

Ages/Grades Served: Birth to College/Career

Outcomes: Provide information and resources for families within the Upton/Druid Heights school from birth to college/career

 

Reading Partners

 

 

 

Description: Reading Partners is a children's literacy program that brings community volunteers into neighborhood schools to provide one-on-one reading support, using a proven, evidenced-based curriculum.

Ages/Grades Served: Kindergarten through Grade 4

Outcomes: Provide additional reading resources and instruction to students

 

Breath Mobile

Description:Students with signs or symptoms of asthma are referred to the Breathmobile by a school nurse, parents or primary care providers. Once onboard they are given a comprehensive evaluation, testing and treatment. This can include: asthma focused history and physical, lung function testing, allergy skin testing, asthma education, medications, asthma devices and case management services.

Ages/Grades Served: Pre-Kindergarten through Grade 5

Outcomes: Data collected suggests the Breath mobile is responsible for a significant improvement in the children who are involved in the program, including a decreased number of lost school days, an increased use of preventive asthma medications and decreased number of emergency visits for asthma.

Y in Central MD- Badges for Baseball

Description: Enrichment afterschool program serving 5th grade students. Connecting students with community helpers to build relationships. Community participants include, police and fire officers. Activities include swimming and other outdoor sports.

Ages/Grades Served: 5th grade students

Outcomes:To build relationships among law enforcement and students.

 

Villa Maria

Description: Expanded school mental health therapist on site at FLT.  Providing TF-CBT interventions to students with identified trauma and providing family services to reduce the effects of trauma.

Ages/Grades Served: Caseload of 25 students.

Outcomes: Provide TF-CBT intervention to identified students.

 

 

Sharp Street Memorial United Methodist Church

Description: Community partnership providing uniform collection and donation 2x/year, facility use for meetings and school events. Parishioner support for attendance initiatives. 

Ages/Grades Served: PK-5 and their families.

Outcomes: Provide uniform donations at beginning and mid-year, supportive financially to our attendance initiatives.

 

D.O.P.E (Developing Optimistic Poised Educated) Girlz

Description: The #D.O.P.E Girlz is focused on providing young ladies with the confidence and tools needed to be their best person. We aim to uplift and guide young ladies to success. Aim to show little girls that dreaming big and achieving is possible.

Ages/Grades Served: 8 years & Up Girls

Outcomes: Promote positive environments that will educate young and developing minds.

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