The program helps to fill gaps in community health care made more evident during the pandemic and provides a hands-on clinical experience for nursing students.
The Oral Health for Underserved Uninsured Children program offers services including examinations, preventive care, and comprehensive restorative care.
The program continues to address Baltimore’s severe lack of access to justice for disadvantaged and underrepresented communities.
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Every Tuesday, the UMB Community Engagement Center is filled with students from the Francis King Carey School of Law for the JustAdvice legal clinic.
After three years of service, comfort K9 Lexi is retiring from the department.
Over 270 donors sponsored more than 560 bricks and pavers for Welcome Way.
Serving the Public Interest: Law Students Represent Survivors at Justice for Victims of Crime Clinic
The clinic gives student attorneys the opportunity to represent clients who are survivors of crime.
The new CEC is the cornerstone of UMB's Community Campus.
Nurturing Students’ Well-Being: UMSOM’s National Center for School Mental Health Brings Expertise to Baltimore and Prince George’s Schools
The center has decades of experience dealing with traumas such as those seen during COVID-19.
One-on-One Outreach: UMB Schools Combat COVID-19 Vaccine Hesitancy and Misinformation in the Community
UMB continues efforts to increase vaccination rates in most vulnerable and underserved communities.
Extending Their Reach: UMSOM Addiction Experts Use Innovative Approaches to Help Remote Areas of the State
Programs address the state's opioid and addiction epidemic.
The historic building at 16 S. Poppleton St. is seven times larger than the original center.
When Cpl. Hazel Lewis walks into the UMB Community Engagement Center on a weekday afternoon, she is always greeted with a chorus of excited elementary school children.
Joshua M. Abzug, MD, founded Camp Open Arms for children with limb differences
Like any devoted parent, Lekisha McCray wants to take her children to exciting places where they can have fun and explore.
Project will fund several opportunities for employed, asset-limited Black and Latinx women in Baltimore.
School of Nursing students help residents sign up for vaccine appointments.
The UMB Community Campus is the centerpiece of the University’s deep commitment to West Baltimore and to the collaboration — undertaken with its neighbors — that will strengthen it.
Fighting for Justice: Chacón Center for Immigrant Justice Offers Hope to Maryland’s Immigrant Community
Couple donates $5 million to establish the center and expand the work of Maryland Carey Law's Immigration Clinic.
After an eight-hour shift, Ayisha Harris has a half-hour to get to her second full-time job as a housekeeper in the Bressler Research Building at UMB.
Children learned basic horse skills as well as lessons in leadership and critical thinking.
We have raised $579 million in the $750 million UMB Catalyst Campaign.
To understand the work of the Immigration Clinic at the University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law, listen to the tale of J.R., whose name has been changed to protect his privacy.