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         Maryland Family Programs:     more books (26)
  1. Family financial management program development in Maryland by Mary J Stephenson, 1987
  2. A study of attitudes of thirty-three families assisted by the Rural Resettlement Program,: Maryland, 1937 by Elaine Knowles Weaver, 1937
  3. The Demographic evaluation of domestic family planning programs: Proceedings of a research workshop, Belmont Conference Center, Elkridge, Maryland, May 7-9, 1973
  4. Working together for Maryland's kids and families.: An article from: Policy & Practice by Christopher McCabe, 2006-09-01
  5. No place like home: Setting and maintaining a quality family child care program using the home and family environment by Betty Holston Smith, 1993
  6. Expanded food and nutrition education program for limited income families in Allegany County, Maryland: EFNEP annual report, August 1972 by Janet C Wunderlick, 1972
  7. Report to the General Assembly on the Family Support Demonstration Program by Shirley Whitfield, 1981
  8. Effects of Even Start on family literacy: Local and national comparisons (Report) by Lori Connors-Tadros, 1996
  9. Dorchester County Even Start Program evaluation, 1992-1993, 1993-1994 (SuDoc ED 1.310/2:385354) by Marvin G. Tossey, 1994
  10. From parent to child final performance report for Library Services and Construction Act Title VI : library literacy program (SuDoc ED 1.310/2:379499) by Honore' L. Francois, 1990
  11. Small wins the promises and challenges of family literacy (SuDoc ED 1.310/2:382333) by Lori J. Connors, 1994
  12. Reading By 9.(literacy program)(Brief Article): An article from: Childhood Education by Jeanie Burnett, 2000-09-22
  13. An exploratory study of neighborhood choices among moving to opportunity participants in Baltimore, Maryland: the influence of housing search assistance.: ... from: Journal of Sociology & Social Welfare by James X. Bembry, Donald F. Norris, 2005-12-01
  14. EMTALA should be applied to specialty hospitals, panel says.(Practice Trends): An article from: Family Practice News by Nellie Bristol, 2005-12-15

61. The DRM Regional Resource Directory: Maryland
on Aging maryland State and Area Agencies and programs National Resources A Guideto the maryland Infants Toddlers Program maryland family Voices maryland
Home Subjects States Librarians ... Contact Us
The DRM Regional Resources Directory (States) Maryland - The Old Line State Updated 12/2001 State Index About / Hints / Link
See also Developmental Disabilities Multi-Service Agencies
Family Net Works [added 1/10/02]
Maryland Association of Community Services
Maryland Governor's Office for Individuals with Disabilities (OID)
Maryland Share
Advocacy and Legal Rights
ADA Information Center of the Mid-Atlantic Region
Disability Advocacy Training and Technical Assistance
Maryland DORS Client Assistance Program (CAP)
Maryland Disability Law Center ...
National Resources
AARP in Maryland
ElderWeb: Maryland
Maryland Department of Aging
U.S. Administration on Aging - Maryland: State and Area Agencies and Programs ...
National Resources
Alzheimer's Disease
Alzheimer's Association Central Maryland Chapter
National Resources
Arthritis Foundation - Maryland Directory
National Resources
Maryland Arts Access
Maryland Governor's Advisory Committee on Careers in the Arts for People with Disabilities
VSA Arts Affiliate - Maryland
National Resources
Assistive Technology
CURE Network
John Hopkins University - Center for Technology in Education
Learning Independence Through Computers (LINC)
Maryland Technology Assistance Program (MDTAP) ...
National Resources
Autism Society of America
Anne Arundel County [added 5/24/02]
Howard County Chapter [updated 5/24/02]
Montgomery County Maryland Chapter [added 5/24/02]

62. National Network Of Partnership Schools: Districts And States
maryland's family Involvement Policy Moves Into Action in Schools Statewide, Type2, Fall, Issue 13. Utah Leaders Facilitate Partnership programs Statewide by and States/State Line from Type 2/State
Type 2, the semi-annual newsletter of the National Network of Partnership Schools, includes a regular column, State Line. This column features topics focused on state leadership on partnerships. Click on links below to review State Line columns. Maryland's Family Involvement Policy Moves Into Action in Schools Statewide, Type 2 , Fall, Issue 13 Utah Leaders Facilitate Partnership Programs Statewide by Working with Six Satellite Centers, ... Select another District and State Topic

63. LFF - Family Place Library Locator
family Place programs are offered in more information about local family Place libraries. Florida· Georgia · Illinois · maryland · Michigan · Minnesota
A Framework
Access Alliance
A Professional Community
Access Programs
Family Place
Youth Access
Community Access
Health Access
Education Access
Senior Access Advocacy Access
Family Place Library Locator
Family Place programs are offered in more than 100 libraries across the United States. Look for your community below and click on it to find out more information about local Family Place libraries. If your community is not listed below, contact Libraries for the Future about how to bring it to your library. Parent-Child Workshops may require registration. Please contact your library for further details. Arizona California Connecticut Florida ... Washington
New York
North Carolina

64. Muslim Life In America - Office Of International Information Programs, U.S. Depa
children and their cousin watch favorite television programs after lunch in frontof the mosque in La Plata, maryland, where he and his family attend services
Publications Muslim Life in America THE TAGOURIS: One Family's Story By Phyllis McIntosh
Phyllis McIntosh is a free-lance writer in the Washington, D.C., area.
The Tagouri family and a niece, gather in the sunroom to have their portrait taken.
A devout Muslim family, the Tagouris pray in their sunroom.
Outside their home, Salwa and Yahia Tagouri play ball with their children.
Everyone enjoys the swing set.
The youngest member of the Tagouri family, Muhumed, helps his father rake the grass in the back yard.
Lunch in the Tagouri kitchen provides food and a time to be together.
Dr. Tagouri helps tidy up after the meal.
The three Tagouri children and their cousin watch favorite television programs after lunch.
Mrs. Tagouri, a Master's degree candidate at Loyola College, tends to some research at her computer. Dr. Tagouri stands in front of the mosque in La Plata, Maryland, where he and his family attend services. Dr. Tagouri points out the symbolism of new growth in his town of La Plata, parts of which were devastated by a hurricane earlier in the year. (Photographs by Jim Blair) The Tagouris of La Plata, a small town in southern Maryland near Washington, D.C., are in many ways a typical American family.

65. UM SOM -- Departments
Graduate Program in Molecular and Cell Biology; Graduate programs in Pathology;maryland Center for Multiple Sclerosis; maryland Stroke Center family Study of

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  • 66. OPM Congressional Budget Justification And Annual Performance Plan -  OWR11
    agencies, resources, and services located in Washington, DC, maryland, and Northern Programfor Outstanding Federal Agency Work and family programs, as well as
    U.S. Office of Personnel Management FY 2000
    Budget Justification/Performance Plan
    (Office of Workforce Relations continued) Additional Information Available on the Next Page EMPLOYEE AND LABOR RELATIONS
    • Develop and promote family-friendly programs and personnel flexibilities (e.g., alternative work schedules, leave flexibilities, telecommuting, dependent care services) so that they are available and used appropriately by employees Governmentwide to balance work and family needs successfully. (Continuing) .
    OWR Goal 10:
    FY 1999/2000
    Federal agencies have increased understanding of and commitment to addressing work and family needs so that family-friendly programs are available to their employees in increasing numbers. Build and increase the capabilities of the Family-Friendly Workplace Advocacy Office to receive concerns and suggestions regarding agency implementation of family-friendly programs; recommend appropriate legislative changes; and issue the first progress report by the end of FY 2000. Provide Governmentwide leadership and guidance on work and family programs through presentations to stakeholdersunions, managers, employees, and program representatives.

    67. Smokefree Schools, Workplaces And Homes - Home Page And Resource Central.
    Massachusetts . . VersaCare Tobacco programs; Baltimore, maryland . .family Health Education Foundation for maryland; Barcelona, Spain . .
    No Smoke Home Page
    No Smoke is now available FREE for individual use, or for organizations wishing to evaluate the program. Click Here to download the full-featured freeware version of No Smoke. Autonomy Publishing's No Smoke Software Program has been used for tobacco education programs in a wide variety of educational and health care organizations.
    • Amsterdam, New York . . The Enlarged Amsterdam City School District
    • Anchorage, Alaska . . Alaska Native Health Board-Trampling Tobacco Project
    • Arvada, Colorado . . Kaiser Permanente Health Care of Colorado
    • Attleboro, Massachusetts . . VersaCare Tobacco Programs
    • Baltimore, Maryland . . Family Health Education Foundation for Maryland
    • Barcelona, Spain . . Department of Health
    • Bar Harbor, Maine . . Mount Desert Island Hospital Community Health Education
    • Baton Rouge, Louisiana . . Louisiana Youth Tobacco Prevention Program
    • Bend, Oregon . . Deshutes County Health Department/Tobacco Prevention
    • Belleville, Ontario
    • Berkeley, California . . City of Berkeley Tobacco Prevention Program
    • Blairstown, New Jersey

    68. Family Health Administration
    licensing and regulation of mandated programs, and to family Health Administration201 West Preston Street, Room 306 Baltimore, maryland 21201 Telephone
    Center for Cancer Surveillance and Control Council on Physical Fitness Genetics and Children Center for Maternal and Child Health Chronic Disease Prevention Child and Adolescent Health Health Promotion, Education Injury Prevention and Health Assessment Primary Care And Rural Health Oral Health Quality Assessment/Improvement Deer's Head Center Western Maryland Center Local Health Departments Genetics and Children with Special Health Care Needs Women, Infants, and Children Program Center for Maternal and Child Health Primary Care and Rural Health (OPCRH) ... FHA Frequently Asked Questions
    Community Health Administration
    The Community Health Administration focuses on protecting the health of communities and the population at large. Programs within the Community Health Administration include the following;
    The mission of EDCP is the prevention and control of communicable diseases.

    69. CAPD | Issues
    ResultsOriented Evaluation Of maryland's family Centers. Learned from the AT T familyStrengthening Initiative. School-Based programs for Adolescent Parents and

    FPA's; Sharon Seesholtz (202) 2672176 services the maryland, Washington and abusesituation, please contact your Work-Life Staff family programs Administrator

    71. Maryland General Hospital And Health Systems
    They include internal medicine, family practice, and a maryland General Health CareCenter. provides primary care, preventive screening programs, specialty care

    Maryland General Hospital

    Maryland General Hospital and Health Systems
    A Brief Description For more information, visit Maryland General's Web site
    Maryland General Hospital is a 300-bed community teaching institution that serves as the cornerstone of Maryland General Health Systems, Inc., a comprehensive network covering the continuum of care needs for more than 110,000 patients annually. Our History Maryland General was founded by a group of local physicians as a university affiliated teaching hospital in 1881. In 1911, the Baltimore Medical College, as MGH was then known, merged with the University of Maryland School of Medicine and began its long tradition of medical training and patient care that continues today. The hospital merged again in 1965 with the Baltimore Eye and Ear Hospital to become one of the premier teaching hospitals for medical students specializing in eye, ear, nose and throat care. In 1999, MGH affiliated with the University of Maryland Medical System. Programs/Services In addition to its ENT teaching program, today Maryland General has residency programs in medicine, OB/GYN and ophthalmology.

    72. WORKlife
    EDUCATIONAL programs Workshop descriptions Workshop registration family DISASTERPLANNING RESOURCES Federal Management Agency maryland Emergency Management
    Human Resources
    Office of Human Services WORK life PROGRAMS
    WORK life Programs offers information, consultation and referral for child care, elder/adult dependent care, and for other issues blending personal and work life. Our offices are located at Johns Hopkins at Eastern , 1101 East 33rd St., Suite C100, Baltimore, MD 21218. Office hours are Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. The phone number is 443-997-6605. Our fax number is 443-997-6609.
    WORK life Programs offers resources for caregivers including information on housing options, in-home care services, financial assistance, legal services, and other services.
    WORK life Programs provides resource and referral services for family and center care, information on nannies and au pairs, tuition discounts, financial assistance programs such as the Dependent Care Voucher Program , and the Sick, Emergency and Back-Up Care Program , and other services for parents.
    WORK life discussion groups are held to link together people who have common concerns. They provide information, resources, and mutual support to employees of The Johns Hopkins Hospital and The Johns Hopkins University.

    73. Family Leadership And Resource Management
    family Empowerment programs. Skills and Holistic Management Project family Farm Support TheUniversity of maryland's Volunteer Financial Counseling Service is
    Family Leadership and Resource Management Overview This program area is marked by a wide variety of leadership, volunteer, and train-the-trainer programs. Eleven states report eighteen programs of excellence in family leadership and family resource management. The programs are grouped according to specialized competencies and bodies of expertise ranging from family and community leadership, family empowerment, nutrition education, and family resource management.. Family Leadership. The Extension Service, with significant support from the W. K. Kellogg Foundation, developed a number of sustainable and influential Family Community Leadership (FCL) Programs throughout the nation which addressed the needs of family units, members of communities, and the larger society. Traditional FCL programs provide participants with personal empowerment, motivation of volunteers, group management tools, leadership skills, increased understanding of public policy formation. Train-the-Trainer. FCL has a specific curriculum and delivery method. The curriculum is taught at state universities by extension professionals. FCL graduates, in turn, teach others at the community level what they have learned. FCL refined the classic train-the-trainer model to disseminate university-based knowledge. The educational philosophy of FCL is learning by doing. Program trainees are expected to become program trainers for one year. Participants are expected to become involved in public policy as a result of their increased skills and confidence.

    74. UMB::Community Affairs
    a demonstration model for the delivery of health education training to childcareprovider programs in the State top Healthy family maryland Training Institute.

    oea community affairs programs
    Community Home

    Government Affairs

    School of Nursing

    UMB Calendar
    UMB News

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    515 W. Lombard St.
    1st Floor, OEA Baltimore, MD Community Affairs Coordinator Brian Sturdivant Community Programs In the School of Nursing top Center for Community Partnerships for Children and Families
    • Description: The mission of the Center is to integrate the strengths of the University and the surrounding community in order to improve the quality of life, while enhancing the capacity of community leaders to manage and develop their local assets-physical, human and financial. This government-community partnership promotes long-term community revitalization through an integrated network of services that include research, analysis and strategic planning for the purpose of achieving and sustaining long-term community health.
    • Community served: State of Maryland
    • Contact: Linda Thompson- (410) 706-3664
    top The Governor's Wellmobile Program
    • Description:

    75. FACS Maryland: About Family And Consumer Sciences Education
    family and Consumer Sciences education prepares maryland's youth with We offer comprehensive,integrated and experiencebased programs that are up-to
    Family and Consumer Sciences Education is a program for youth and adults which addresses perennial concerns of personal and family living. Knowledge alone is insufficient for addressing these concerns. To function effectively, students must also learn to think critically and employ ethical principles in making reasoned decisions.
    Family and Consumer Sciences education prepares Maryland's youth with the skills and knowledge they need to manage their own lives as well as their work responsibilities. We offer comprehensive, integrated and experience-based programs that are up-to-date and relevant. The knowledge and competence they acquire assists them with critical thinking, problem solving, reasoned decision making, interpersonal skills, and citizenship and leadership.
    A series of 16 national standards are prescribed for the students in this program. They integrate knowledge with a variety of skills and practices that provide the students with directions for the future. These standards include:
    • Career, community and family connections

    76. Maryland Fund For Excellence
    dedicated to keeping in touch with the maryland family. The University of marylandis ready to move our colleges, schools, departments and programs is critical
    Phone and Mail Programs
    From our call center, housed in Annapolis Hall on South Campus, approximately 70 student representatives attempt to contact all 220,000 of our alumni on behalf of campus schools and colleges. Our student representatives are required to complete an extensive training program which focuses on communication skills, the university and its resources, as well as the basics of philanthropy.
    In addition to our Phonathon, we also attempt to contact our parents, seniors and alumni through the mail. Last year we sent nearly 183,000 letters. That is six tons or 25 miles worth of correspondence dedicated to keeping in touch with the Maryland Family.
    The University of Maryland is ready to move to the next level of academic excellence. Your commitment to our colleges, schools, departments and programs is critical to our effort to expand the breadth of our excellence and gain national prominence.
    3300 Symons Hall, College Park, MD 20742

    77. Selected Grantees And Affiliates
    about children in need of permanent family connections, Casey family programs aimsto at the College of Journalism at the University of maryland, the Casey
    Selected Grantees and Affiliates
    Following are links to some of the organizations that are supported by the Annie E. Casey Foundation or are closely associated with the Foundation's work. These links lead to other Web sites, not controlled or maintained by the Foundation. Assessing the New Federalism . To help policymakers, program administrators, the news media, and other audiences distinguish promising state innovations from those less likely to improve outcomes for children and families, the Foundation is leading a consortium of philanthropies that are providing funds to the Urban Institute for a comprehensive, nonpartisan research project called "Assessing the New Federalism." Casey Family Services .Headquartered in Shelton, Connecticut, Casey Family Services is the direct-services arm of the Casey Foundation providing long-term foster care and permanency planning for abused and neglected children. Casey Family Programs . Headquarted in Seattle, Casey Family Programs provides an array of permanency planning services for children, youth and families, including adoption, fost-adopt, long-term foster care, kinship care, guardianship and family reunification. Through national and local community partnerships, advocacy efforts and by serving as a center for information and learning about children in need of permanent family connections, Casey Family Programs aims to positively impact the lives of increasing numbers of childrenin addition to those they directly help with foster care.

    78. Maryland Science Center: Discover Science Directory
    The Salisbury Zoo Education Department offers animal programs and tours to Marylandschools at a special rate. family programs include storytime, workshops
    Discover Science Directory
    Alphabetical Listing A-E F-J K-O P-T U-Z
    The science codes are The school levels are Biology B Earth Sciences ES Math/Physics MP Space/Astronom SA Elementary E Secondary S All A Description Science
    Code School
    Level Patapsco Valley State Park
    8020 Baltimore National Pike
    Ellicott City, MD 21043 Howard County
    Phone: (410)461-5005
    Contact: Offutt Johnson, Park Naturalist The Park is located along 32 miles of the Patapsco River west of Baltimore and comprises 15,000 acres of greenway state park land. Recreation opportunities include hiking, picnicking, fishing, canoeing, camping, biking, nature programs, and wildlife observation. Facilities include play fields and equestrian trails. Special events are held throughout the year. B, ES A Patuxent River Naval Air Museum
    P.O. Box 407
    Patuxent River, MD 20670 St. Mary's County
    Phone: (301)863-7148 Fax: (301)342-7947 Contact: Henry Bonner, Director The Museum is dedicated to telling the story of the Navy's aviation research and development and testing and evaluation from 1911 to the present day. The Museum is free and open five days a week, Wednesdays through Sundays, noon to 5:00 pm, (except for Easter, Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year's days). MP, SA

    79. Maryland Medical Assistance
    These programs are an integral part of the maryland Department of Health and MentalHygiene, providing access to health care services for many of the State’s
    March 21, 2003 About Our Programs Welcome to t he Maryland Medical Assistance Program . These programs are
    Medical Care Programs Eligibility (html version)

    Medical Care Programs Eligibility (pdf version

    Medicaid/Medical Assistance Overview

    Medicaid Eligibility and Benefits (html version)
    Pharmacy Program Information

    Included here is a description of many of the programs and services available with information on how and where to apply for benefits. Information relevant to health care providers is included, as well as information on obtaining data and published reports. Information on committees, activities, and other departmental efforts that are underway regarding health care in Maryland are also available here. WHAT'S NEW SITE TABLE OF CONTENTS MCO UPDATES FAQ LIST ... MARYLAND STATE PLANNING GRANT
    T his site contains links to other Internet sites only for the convenience of World Wide Web users. DHMH is not responsible for the availability or content of these external sites, nor does DHMH endorse, warrant or guarantee the products, services or information described or offered at these other Internet sites.

    80. Maryland Medical Programs Homepage
    Terms of Use And Privacy Policy for Content Issues contact Relay Number 1800-735-2258 Copyright © 2002 maryland Department of
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    MD Relay Number: 1-800-735-2258
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