This month we spotlight our behavioral health division’s Evidence Based Practice (EBP) Supported Employment program – EBSE for short! This program supports individuals who experience severe mental illness in their efforts to achieve steady employment in mainstream, competitive jobs.Continue reading "Program Spotlight: Evidence Based Supported Employment"
Happy Direct Support Professionals Recognition week! We would like to recognize and thank all of our direct care staff.Continue reading "Happy Direct Support Professionals Recognition Week!"
Join us for a FREE six-week workshop designed for clients and caregivers – on health, wellness, and living well.Continue reading "FREE Living Well Workshop"
Join us for a FREE professional training on Mental Health First Aid. Mental Health First Aid is an 8-hour course that teaches you how to help someone who may be experiencing a mental health or substance use challenge.Continue reading "FREE Mental Health First Aid Training"
Ready to start your culinary career? We are currently recruiting for our next FREE Culinary Training Program in partnership with Moveable Feast. Next training session runs for 12 weeks starting September 10th!Continue reading "Free Culinary Career Training"
Our culinary social enterprises City Seeds and School of Food were recently featured on WYPR’s On The Record with Sheilah Kast. On “Cultivating Confidence with City Seeds,” the City Seeds and School of Food teams give an in depth overview of what our culinary social enterprise division is all about.Continue reading "Cultivating Confidence with Humanim Social Enterprise City Seeds"
We need your votes to bring free cooking classes to East Baltimore community members through our social enterprise School of Food’s Community Kitchen!Continue reading "Help Us Bring Free Community Cooking Classes to Baltimore!"
School of Food, a Humanim social enterprise, needs your help by voting for them to receive a $25,000 grant from State Farm® to help improve their community.Continue reading "Humanim social enterprise School of Food has been selected as a State Farm Neighborhood Assist® Top 200 Finalist and needs your votes!"
This month we spotlight our Family Support Services (FSS) program, which supports and empowers both individuals and families in East Baltimore who have goals to improve their overall living conditions, and get on a road towards economic stability and fulfillment.Continue reading "Program Spotlight: Family Support Services"