Kennedy Krieger Institute, an internationally known nonprofit organization, transforms the lives of more than 25,000 individuals a year through inpatient and outpatient medical, behavioral health and wellness therapies; home and community services; school-based programs; training and education for professionals; and advocacy.

Kennedy Krieger is unique to Maryland, with locations throughout the greater Baltimore-Washington, D.C., region. Kennedy Krieger schools and clinics are located throughout Maryland, and an inpatient hospital, administrative offices, research laboratories and outpatient clinics are located in Baltimore.

Kennedy Krieger employs more than 2,600 staff members, trains nearly 1,000 emerging professionals each year, and provides a wide range of services for children, adolescents and adults with diseases, disorders and injuries that impact the nervous system, ranging from mild to severe. The Institute is home to a team of investigators who contribute to the understanding of how disorders develop, while at the same time pioneering new interventions and methods of early diagnosis, prevention and treatment. Visit KennedyKrieger.org/Anthem to watch a short video about the Institute.

For more information about our Center for the Neuroscience of Social Injustice, LEAP Program and funding requests, please email Emily Arneson, director of government affairs, by clicking on the “Email Us” button below.

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