In East Baltimore, where Humanim is dismantling rowhomes, a blog tracks the everyday artifacts found there. The minutiae of forged clay building blocks—their composition, their history, their nomenclature—is his hobby, if not obsession. (He has a collection of more than 1,000 bricks, many on display in his Seton Hill rowhouse.). Read the full story by
The opportunity to reclaim the story of historic materials… Vacant rowhouses are a significant challenge for many of Baltimore’s historic neighborhoods. After decades of abandonment and neglect, demolition at some point looks like the only option. However, demolition doesn’t have to mean a bulldozer. Deconstruction can take a house apart, floorboard by floorboard, joist by
Consider letting us leverage your dollars to create jobs for those with barriers to employment, improve the academic success of students, increase the financial stability of families, and continue providing uncompromising services to individuals with disabilities.Continue reading "Donate Now"
Howard County Executive, Ken Ulman, created a Mental Health Task Force to develop an action plan for comprehensive behavioral health services throughout Howard County.Continue reading "Karen Booth appointed to Howard County Mental Health Task Force"
This is the fourth consecutive year we have been honored with this award.Continue reading "Humanim received Top Workplace Award 2014!"
Baltimore Brick by Brick is a blog that’s recontextualizing how blighted neighborhoods are memorialized by sharing stories about the places as they are being taken down.Continue reading "Baltimore Blight Project"
Help us fill the need for trained and qualified workers in the foodservice and hospitality industry.Continue reading "Humanim and Moveable Feast team up to provide Hospitality Training"
Humanim’s Director of Clinical Services, Dr. Jennifer Schwartz-Mitchell, is presenting a caregiver webinar for the Brain Injury Association of America.Continue reading "Dr. Jennifer Schwartz-Mitchell to present BIAA Webinar"
Details, a social Enterprise of Humanim, is very pleased to begin its deconstruction and reclamation work in Baltimore City’s Vacants to Value program.Continue reading "Baltimore Housing Working to Make a Better Baltimore"