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Opportunities Guide | Ongoing and Long-Term Projects

Baltimore Action Projects Program


SOURCE partners with the Bloomberg American Health Initiative to coordinate Baltimore Action Projects. These projects focus on the five areas identified by the Initiative to reshape the national public health agenda: Addiction and Overdose, Adolescent Health, Environmental Challenges, Food Systems for Health, and Violence. The projects provide an opportunity to tackle these issues in Baltimore.

In partnership with the Initiative and SOURCE partnering community-based organizations (CBOs), Baltimore Action Projects are community-identified projects which directly connect to the Initiative's focus areas. Through the Initiative's funding, graduate students from the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health and Johns Hopkins School of Nursing are hired to work a minimum of 100 hours to complete Baltimore Action Projects in partnership with CBOs.


Examples of Past Baltimore Action Projects

  • Referral and Connection to Care for High Risk Populations in Baltimore City with B’More for Healthy Babies
  • Adverse Childhood Experience Coalition with The Family Tree
  • Healthy Housing Workforce Development Storytelling and Solutions with Green and Healthy Homes Initiative
  • Using Data to Inform Sexual/Intimate Partner Violence Service Delivery and Public Policy with TurnAround
  • Parents in Recovery Together: Understanding the Impact of Supportive Housing on Families in Recovery with the Family Recovery Program