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COVID’s Continued Impact on Community and Health

Even in 2023 the destructive echoes of COVID-19 can still be felt in the American healthcare system. Hospitals, daycares, community centers, you name it, (and you remember) that everything was closed or short staffed. Thankfully, the comradery of all our local communities was able to fill in the gaps that official bodies could not. Identifying […]

NOW HIRING: Part and Full-Time Youth Worker and Driver

The Evening Reporting Center (ERC) is hiring for full and part-time staff to assist with facilitating the program needs. Youth workers and drivers help facilitate the weekly groups, pick-up and drop off, and provide skill development experiences to youth at the ERC. A Bachelor’s or equivalent is required. Experience with youth involved in the juvenile […]

NOW HIRING: Part-Time Therapist

Part-time LCSW-Cs and LGSWs who are licensed in the state of Maryland to work with individuals at our Evening Reporting Center, in the community, or in one of our offices. Employees are compensated on a fee-for-service basis which allows for flexible hours and high earning potential. Benefits and clinical supervision are also available. Positive and […]

5 Ways to Help the Homeless in Your Community

In the US, roughly 582,000 people are currently homeless. According to a HUD study published this year, this number represents a 2,000-person increase since 2020. During winter, it can be heartbreaking to see homeless individuals struggling in your community. Many people want to help the homeless, but they don’t know where to begin. Maybe you’ve […]

Our Amazing Mentors

The Mentoring Initiative program acts as a resource for children, youth, and adults. Youth participants are met with support and guidance in order to be exposed to resources in the community and positive influences. Clinical mentoring offers individuals with the opportunity to meet with a skill-specific mentor. Parent mentoring services provides hands-on support to parents […]

Young People are Pushing Back Against Social Media

A group of teenagers in Brooklyn, New York made headlines recently for starting something called the “Luddite Club.” They meet and hang out once a week, ditching their phones for reading, creative pastimes and conversation. Some members have opted for flip phones or gotten rid of their phones altogether. Avoiding social media is also one […]

How to Boost Your Mental Health in 2023

Most of our New Year’s resolutions include things like eating healthier and incorporating more exercise into our daily routine. However, it’s likely you’ll also want to boost your mental health in 2023. About 50 million Americans experienced mental illness in 2022. The youth mental health crisis also made headlines last year. Alarm bells are ringing […]

Everything You Need to Know about Giving Tuesday

It’s safe to say that Thanksgiving and Black Friday are two of the most anticipated days of the year. However, you should also put Giving Tuesday at the top of your list. We can all benefit from giving thanks, spending time with family and purchasing holiday gifts for others. However, it’s equally important to think […]

Lead4Life – Together, We Are The Village Making A Difference!

The Salisbury Area Chamber of Commerce joined Jennifer Gauthier, Founder and Executive Director of Lead4Life on her official ribbon cutting for the Salisbury office. Headquartered in Rockville, MD, Lead4Life, Inc. opened its doors in Salisbury last year. Its story began in 2008, after Jennifer, or “Ms. Jen” as she is known by participants and their […]