Community Action Partnership (CAP) works to address the root effects of poverty and provides direct and indirect services to qualifying low-income individuals and households. The program supports the vision of a city that meets the needs of all residents with a focus on helping low-income families become self-sufficient, preventing homelessness, and decreasing encounters with violence.
AAME activates community-based networks and support structures to identify and address needs impacting Baltimore’s male youth and adults. AAME fulfills its mission in part through the operation of a Repetition Center in Park Heights where individuals receive job training, life skills development, and health and wellness support.
Baltimore City Head Start is a federally funded preschool and family development program, providing quality, comprehensive early intervention services to low-income children and families since 1965.