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Recursos Locales

Hispanic Apostolate / Apostalado Hipano
The Hispanic Apostolate provides short-term social services to Hispanics and other immigrants in the Baltimore Metropolitan Area.  The center's bilingual staff offers assistance with employment, English proficiency, adn access to health care.

430 South Broadway
Baltimore, Maryland 21231-2410

CASA de Maryland
CASA's primary mission is to work with the community to imporve the quality of life and fight for equal treatment and full access to resources and opportunities for low-income Latinos and their families.  CASA also works with other low-income immigrant communities and organizations, makes its programs and activities available to them, and advocates for social, political, and economic justice for all low-income communities.

Hispanic Mental Health Clinic at Johns Hopkins Hospital
call Teresa Tufano
Comes on Thursdays to the Hispanic Apostolate but you need to call her office to schedule an appointment

Meyer Building 144
600 N. Wolf Street
Baltimore, Maryland 21205
(a bilingual service of the Office of the Minority Health Resource Center)

Family Support in Spanish
Montgomery General Hospital
18101 Prince Philip Drive, Olney
Room 201B
Sponsoring Agency: NAMI
Meetings: For Spanish-speaking families and friends of anyone experiencing a mental illness
Date and Time:3rd Saturday of each month from 6:30 - 8:00 p.m.
Fee: none

Education Based Latino Outreach (EBLO)
Jessica Robinson
606 South Ann Street
Baltimore, Maryland 21231
410-563-0097 fax

Are you interested in tutoring children in grades 1-4?  EBLO offers two tutorial programs for which it needs volunteers.  La Escuela Sabatina (Saturday School) is held Saturday mornings at EBLO during the academic school year, while Mi Segunda Casa (My Second Home) is an after school program held at Highlandtown Elementary School #215.  Both programs are designed to instill in the students a sense of pride in their Hispanic culture while enabling them to better their basic skills in English.  Both Spanish and non-Spanish speakers are welcome.  EBLO also offers Spanish classes, various summer programs, and sponsors the annual LatinoFest at Patterson Park and La Plaza Hispana at the Fells Point Fun Festival.