MCDD News & Updates
NOVEMBER 14, 2014
Project HEAL helps families navigate the disabilities maze
Project HEAL’s 2014 Outstanding Partners
Project HEAL recognizes the Baltimore office of Ballard Spahr, LLP and Ron Howard and Associates of RE/MAX Preferred for their exceptional generosity and support in 2014.
Resource Finder at Kennedy Krieger Institute
A free resource that provides access to information and support for individuals and families living with developmental disabilities.
Project HEAL is funded by Jackson Healthcare Charitable Services Awards, Reach for the Stars Foundation, RE/MAX Preferred, and Foxworth Family Fund.
May 2, 2015
Join this interactive scavenger hunt benefitting Kennedy Krieger Institute in which teams compete to finish 50 dares in Fells Point and Canton. Click here for more about the Dare Theory.
RE/MAX Preferred will host the official after-party at their Fells Point office, with music, food, beverages, and more! All proceeds from the after-party will benefit Project HEAL and the Brain Injury Programs at Kennedy Krieger Institute.
April 25, 2014
RE/MAX Preferred in Fells Point hosted a networking event to launch its corporate partnership with Project HEAL, Maryland’s only comprehensive medical-legal partnership that provides advocacy and legal services for children with disabilities. Click here to view the photo gallery.
Project HEAL partners with several local, state, and national entities to provide the best service possible to its clients.
|Pro Bono Signature
|Pro Bono Legal Partner|
University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law
University of Baltimore School of Law
Penn State Dickinson School of Law
Association of University Centers on Disabilities
American Bar Association
National Center for Medical-Legal Partnership
Council of Parent Attorneys and Advocates, Inc.
Equal Justice Works, Inc.
Maryland State Bar Association
Women’s Bar Association
Maryland Special Education Lawyers
Education Advocacy Coalition for Students with Disabilities in Maryland
|Local Affiliations||CityWide Special Education Advocacy Project, Inc.|