Central Baltimore Partnership – a community vision plan entitled Front and Center: A Five‐Year Equity Plan for Central Baltimore, was created to remove social and economic barriers and build an inclusive, equitable Central Baltimore where all low- and middle‐income families benefit from redevelopment.
The University of Maryland School of Social Work and Baltimore Child Abuse Center hosted a screening of the film "Resilience: The Biology of Stress & the Science of Hope," a documentary about the biology of Adverse Child Experiences and efforts in public health, education, and medicine to prevent and treat childhood trauma. Following the screening, representatives of nonprofit and community-based organizations, as well as city and state agencies, spoke about their youth trauma efforts in a panel discussion. Baltimore Corps Fellow and Special Assistant to the Commissioner, Kathleen Goodwin, represented the work of the Baltimore City Health Department. [via BmoreHealthy newsletter]