We facilitate and promote programs and initiatives that support our mission to promote the well-being of children, youth and families through collaborative partnerships.

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Access to Care

We partner with agencies that deliver youth and family-driven culturally competent services and support for Children with Intensive Needs.

Healthy Families Montgomery is a voluntary home visiting service for first-time parents in Montgomery County.

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The Basics

The Basics campaign consists of five evidence-based parenting and caregiving principles that promote high-quality cognitive and social-emotional development among children 0-5.

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Community of Engagement

Our Community of Engagement highlights and supports the strengths of county residents, nonprofits, grassroots organizations, and other stakeholders through community forums. listening sessions, experience-led training, community surveys, and community advocate trainings.

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Guaranteed Income Pilot

Montgomery County’s Guaranteed Income Pilot is an initiative to provide $800 a month to 300 Montgomery County households for 24 months.



The infoMONTGOMERY website is a collaborative effort of public and private agencies to provide detailed information about health, education and human service resources in Montgomery County, MD.


Out-of-School Time

Excel Beyond the Bell is a public-private partnership offering safe, quality and accessible out-of-school time programs. Montgomery County Community Youth Support & Engagement (MoCoCYSE) was developed to address pandemic-related disconnection from in-person out-of-school time and to increase social-emotional supports for middle- and high-school youth.

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Substance Use Prevention

We work in partnership with the Montgomery County Department of Health and Human Services to implement substance use prevention strategies that educate about the long- and-short term consequences of substance use and misuse and the importance of safe storage and proper disposal of prescription opioids.

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MoCo ReConnect

Youth Drop-In Center

The MoCo Reconnect Youth Drop-In Center is a resource for youth and young adults ages 16 to 24 who have either dropped out of or stopped attending school.


More Collaborations

Past and present collaborations include:

  • My Brother’s Keeper
  • Racial and Ethnic Disparities (RED) & Disproportionate Minority Contact (DMC) Committees
  • Black Breastfeeding Week
  • Conservation Corps

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