Featured Story Johns Hopkins Employee Named Foster Parent of the Year
Volunteers help support Meals on Wheels of Central Maryland, forge connections with the local community.
TEACH is part of a national movement to bring educational programming to children in hospitals, including at Johns Hopkins Children's Center.
Working with Thread, Erin Chen has learned more about her city and has formed a Baltimore family.
The summit included lectures, panel discussions and breakout sessions to brainstorm ideas for program development, educational programs and policy initiatives.
Volunteers become mentors for Asian American adoptees, learn about each other’s culture.
Hopkins Community Connection serves nearly 4,000 families a year.
More than 900 providers have completed the training with Johns Hopkins Medicine.
Latina mothers of children with autism spectrum disorder find peer support through the Johns Hopkins Autism Support Group.
Community Adolescent Sex Education program gives students an open forum to discuss issues.
Huang ensures that food distribution and volunteering are efficient and easy
School of Medicine student Andy Lancaster recognized for character and commitment
Program provides students with real-world experience, meaningful patient interactions
JHOME provides long-term primary care for patients who cannot get into a clinic because of their chronic conditions.
The group has assembled and delivered 1,201 lunches to local shelters
Through collaborations with organizations like Johns Hopkins Medicine, Marian House helps women secure gainful employment.
Fierce Chicks Rock raises funds to help provide 8,000 meals a week
Lopez-Silva Volunteers at CASA and Helps Baltimore’s Immigrant Youth
Program’s services help viral loads stay low
Guard Members Helped with COVID-19 Testing Operations and Clinical Support
51 people vaccinated during the Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association (CIAA) Fan Fest
Panel discusses COVID-19 response, community connections
Competition gives Ward Infinity teams a chance to win additional funds to further their health innovations
Medical imaging students volunteer time, learn about teamwork.
Tuition-free training at BTI helps Johns Hopkins lab techs become leaders
Collaboration between Johns Hopkins and community organizations provides valuable learning experiences
Vision Screening in Our Neighborhoods (ViSION) helps prevent blindness
Holdren-Serrell dedicates time and resources to Helping Up Mission
Baltimore faith leaders are preparing to resume traditional in-person weekly worship services with the help of Johns Hopkins experts.
Sibley Memorial Hospital supports innovative teams with $25,000 grants, entrepreneurship training.
AWE helps JHM staff members meet patients’ basic needs to provide optimum health care.
To celebrate Hundt’s achievements, Baltimore City made a ceremonial street sign in his name.
Medical student led a refugee youth mentorship program, organized a career opportunities panel.
Groups learn that treating mental illness is just as important as treating any other condition
Patterson Park Public Charter School forms committee of parents and staff to ensure students, staff and families’ health and safety.
Leaders participate in a registered apprenticeship program sponsored by Baltimore Alliance for Careers in Healthcare.
Sowers accepts award given by the Baptist Ministers’ Night Conference of Baltimore & Vicinity
Panel talks about health equity, COVID-19 response
Corporate Internship Program helps students develop skills, gain confidence.
Eight-chapter online birth class helps moms and their support systems feel better prepared.
Nonprofit assists other organizations so they can elevate the scale of their projects.
Young people unite to deliver food to low-income community members, coach health
Video features the Lacks family, researchers and community members, who discussed the impact of Henrietta Lacks and her immortal HeLa cells.
Nonprofit acts as a “senior center without walls.”
Rehabilitation facility offers structure, compassion and the support of expert counselors.
Nonprofit helps organize food and mask distribution in ZIP codes surrounding the medical campus
Baltimore organization empowers women in their professional and personal lives.
Annie Umbricht has been donating her services to the Shepherd’s Clinic since 2002
Center offers judgment-free care, helping moms and newborns
More than 1 in 4 high school students in the United States use e-cigarettes. Johns Hopkins Lung Health Ambassadors program aims to change that.
Dedicated and determined, Kimberly Gudzune is making a difference
Patrice Brown, part of the inpatient substance abuse team at the Johns Hopkins Hospital, advises recovering patients and connects them to treatment services.
Johns Hopkins University officials recently announced their selection of Vines Architecture to lead the planning stages for a multidisciplinary building that will honor the legacy of Henrietta Lacks at the 10th annual Henrietta Lacks Memorial Lecture.
Being a birth companion has changed since the onset of COVID-19.
MERIT Program Empowers Students to Become Health Professionals, Community Leaders
Hopkins ElderPlus Recreation Department brightens community members' days.
Johns Hopkins Bayview’s Called to Care program provides community, resources
HIV Support Group at Johns Hopkins Connects Patients with One Another
Johns Hopkins offers easily accessible mental health help
Local support group helps patients with sickle cell champion each other.
Hispanic Hopkins employees use their backgrounds to improve communication with patients, community.
The school of medicine gives 12 neighborhood-based groups a total of $125,000 for community improvements.
The mural is the inaugural project of EBDI’s Public Arts and Placemaking Workgroup, which includes Johns Hopkins staff.
As the COVID-19 pandemic persists, Creative Alternatives staff remain committed to helping clients with their goals — albeit from a distance.
Johns Hopkins Medicine collaborates to create pathways to employment
More Than Two Dozen Organizations Help
Students explore how clinical visits within the community create trust in the health care system.
Latino teens explore health care careers and get involved in community outreach
Los adolescentes de origen latino se informan sobre las profesiones en el ámbito de la salud y se involucran en proyectos sociales
One hundred fifty East Baltimore neighbors received produce and toiletries.
Las madres latinas de niños con el trastorno del espectro autista encuentran aliento e incentivo mutuos por medio del grupo de apoyo para el autismo de Johns Hopkins.