information provided by: the Worcester County Health Department
Family Attitude Development 410-641-0553 Educates Head Start children and their parents about the harmful effects of drug use and teaches them how to say no to drugs. Foster Grandparents Program 410-749-1142, ext.354 Links together senior citizens and special needs children who need love, attention and care. Foster grandparents are a valuable resource in the community, helping children develop the skills, confidence, and strength needed to succeed in life. Head Start 410-749-1142, ext. 345 Preparing 3 and 4 year olds for kindergarten by meeting their educational, social, nutritional, health and psychological needs. Parents are involved in program management. Family services also offered. Please call for information on eligibility guidelines. Job Start 410-749-1142, ext. 361 This program offers troubled youth, ages 14-21, who have been referred by the Department of Juvenile Services a chance to get off the streets and back on the right track by giving them the tools to succeed and permanently place them with gainful employment. This is accomplished through a variety of methods including GED training, classroom sessions, career counseling, and on-site job training at a variety of vocational outlets. Preschool Prevention 410-749-1142, ext. 337 Improve the quality of life for at-risk 3-5 year old children and their families but educating them about the harmful effects of alcohol, tobacco, and other drugs. Summer Youth Employment Program 410-749-1142, ext. 364 Job placement and training for out-of-school youths ages 14-21. Participants earn full-time wages while gaining work experience. Youth Employment Project 410-749-1142, ext.364 Provides training, education, work experience, and job placement for out of school youth (graduate or drop-out) ages 14-18.
Record last updated: Mar 29 2017 9:12AM