City hopes reclaimed bricks can build jobs, sustainability. From the Baltimore Sun front-page feature on Humanim. Baltimore City has awarded Details, a social enterprise of Humanim, with a contract to deconstruct vacant houses and sell the harvested materials in a pilot – program. This program will remove blight and pollution as part of the Vacants
Chaz Johnson, 18, has his act together. This June, he will graduate from high-school. He recently started a 16-week paid internship at the Veterans Hospital in Elsmere where he has done things like man the front desk, man the computer that generates directions for patients, and work the coffee shop. His job performance has gotten
The Howard County Public School System is partnering with Humanim to provide work-training support for students transitioning from high school to adult life.Continue reading "Howard County Public School System announces partnership with Humanim"
The nonprofit Elev8 Baltimore runs three school clinics in partnership with Baltimore Medical System, a nonprofit health-care provider.Continue reading "Accounted For: Can School Clinics Improve Attendance?"
iScan was recently awarded a contract to scan over 2 million pages of critical documents for the MD DHMH Board of Pharmacy.Continue reading "iScan awarded Maryland DHMH contract"
Behavioral health front-and-center as Elev8 Baltimore is featured on Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF) Forward Promise site.Continue reading "Robert Wood Johnson Foundation"
This home is a custom eco-friendly construction project registered through the LEED Green Building Program.Continue reading "Details taking a “LEED role” in New York"
Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake is proud to announce that Baltimore Housing will be launching a new deconstruction pilot program that will promote job training and building material reuse when demolishing blighted properties.Continue reading "Mayor Rawlings-Blake Announces DETAILS of New Deconstruction Pilot"
After moving to Gay Street in April 2009, Humanim officials found their new home to be roomy and welcoming.Continue reading "Retro Baltimore takes note of American Brewery"