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Our Tenants

Carroll Nonprofit Center currently houses 23 nonprofit orgaizations. Some of these organizations offer services such as child care, health education, marriage counseling, and even psychiatric services for children and adults. The full list of tenants and their contact information is listed below.

Tenants B C D G H L M N P R U V

B || Bello Machre Contact: Randon Bittings, Director of Services
255 Clifton Blvd. Suite 203
Westminster, MD 21157

We provide loving care, homes, & support to people with developmental disabilities. Enriching the lives of those we serve through guidance & opportunity so that they can live life to its fullest.

C || Caring Carroll Contact: Mike Rodgers
255 Clifton Blvd., Suite 315
Westminster, MD 21157

Caring Carroll recruits, trains, and supports a network of volunteers who help to meet the non-medical needs of chronically ill, disabled, or isolated frail, primarily older, adult residents of Carroll County who are striving to remain independent in their own homes.

Carroll Child Care Center Contact: Kara McFalls
255 Clifton Blvd. Suite 217
Westminster, MD 21157

Carroll Child Care Center serves families of all income levels by offering a healthy environment in which children can discover, learn and grow. Carroll County’s oldest and most credentialed program for the education and care of very young children, ages six weeks and older, takes place at 224 North Center Street, in Westminster, opposite the County government office building. We serve free breakfast, hot lunch and a snack to every child each day. Tuition subsidies are available to qualifying parents. A United Way agency.

Carroll Technology Council

Contact: Kati Townsley
255 Clifton Blvd., Suite 215
Westminster, MD 21157

Carroll Technology Council provides technology leadership, information, and resources to develop members’ businesses, build strong community partnerships, and advance technology in Carroll County, MD. The Tech Council leads the way for Carroll County to be recognized as a technically advanced community with innovative businesses and a tech-savvy citizenry. The CTC energizes and engages business and community leaders to leverage the latest technology to positively impact Carroll County. Being a community partner, the Tech Council works diligently to bring technology to those in need through our TechKids & TechWorks programs, donating over 1,800 computers to individuals, families and nonprofits in Carroll County.
Catastrophic Health Planners Contact: Lou Yeager
255 Clifton Blvd. Suite 204
Westminster, MD 21157
Catastrophic Health Planners provides free support through educational development, supporting both State and Federal disability programs, information on financial planning, legal and medical accounting advice and counseling referrals to those facing a catastrophic health event. One must have an illness/medical problem to receive our service.
CHANGE, Inc. Contact: Ms. Leah Schryer, Director of Support Services
255 Clifton Blvd., Suite 302
Westminster, MD 21157

CHANGE, Inc. is a private, non-profit organization that offers individuals with a developmental disability the opportunity to live more independently as an active member of their community. The organization was founded in 1954 as a Children's Program by parents who realized a structured program was needed to care for the needs of their children with developmental disabilities. In 1969, the program was incorporated under the name Carroll Haven Center and expanded services to include adults as well as children. In 1992, the name, CHANGE Inc., was adopted. What first started as a small local program in Carroll County to address the needs of a few children has now grown to servicing four counties and nearly 200 adults.

Child Care Choices Contact: Heidi Ricci
255 Clifton Blvd., Suite 319
Westminster, MD 21157
Child Care Choices provides resources and referrals for parents and child care providers in the community. In addition to services to parents, they also provide training and technical assistance to prospective and current child care providers, center operators and employees.
Civil Air Patrol Contact: Randy Budge
255 Clifton Blvd., Suite 209
Westminster, MD 21157
The Civil Air Patrol is the official civilian auxiliary of the US Air Force. Civil Air Patrol’s Cadet program provides young people between 12 and 21 the opportunity to develop their leadership skills through their interest in aviation. As cadets make progress, they have the opportunity to take part in a wide range of activities including encampments on military bases, orientation flights and a variety of national activities.
Community Foundation of Carroll County Contact: Audrey Cimino
255 Clifton Blvd., Suite 313
Westminster,MD 21157
The purpose of the Community Foundation is to maintain and enhance the community’s quality of life through philanthropic means. They receive, invest and distribute funds for charitable purposes to Carroll County citizens. They also provide a means of charitable giving for both individuals and organizations that will benefit charities and human services agencies.
Community Mediation Center Contact: Patricia Ryan
255 Clifton Blvd., Suite 311
Westminster, MD 21157
The Mediation Center offers free mediation services to Carroll County residents, businesses and organizations at times and locations convenient to participants. Mediation is a voluntary and confidential process in which neutral mediators help people find a resolution to their conflict. Our mediators are all volunteers who are professionally trained. The Mediation Center also provides conflict resolution trainings.
D || Dads Works/Moms Works Contacts: David Berry/Diane Berry
255 Clifton Blvd., Suite 301
Westminster, MD 21157
David (443)-605-6358
Diane (443)-536-4669
Dads Works / Moms Works is a support group and parenting program in Carroll County Maryland that benefits Dads and Moms, and their families. Our focus is to help improve Dad’s and Mom’s relationship with their child and their child’s other parent. We help improve interpersonal relationships through communication and relationship skills, teach parenting skills, teach anger management techniques along with skills to prevent domestic violence. We also provide weekly support groups for fathers on Wednesday mornings and Thursday evenings, and for mothers on Tuesday mornings and Wednesday evenings.
G || Get Connected Resource Center Contact: Karen Koenigsberg
255 Clifton Blvd., Suite 202
Westminster, MD 21157
The Get Connected Resource Center is a free service for Carroll County families in learning, navigating and managing systems of care as they become advocates for their children. They provide valuable information to help children and families make informed decisions in regards to family’s needs. Get Connected is a program of Granite House & Mosaic Community Services.
H || Habitat for Humanity of Carroll County Contact: Bryan Lyburn
255 Clifton Blvd., Suite 301
Westminster, MD 21157
Habitat for Humanity is dedicated to meeting the needs of residents who lack adequate housing. They work in partnership with people in need to build, renovate and repair decent affordable housing. Houses built are then sold to those in need at no profit and with no interest charged. Services provided are based on the individuals need.
Head Start/Catholic Charities Contact: Patricia Foley
255 Clifton Blvd., Lower Level
Westminster, MD 21157
Head Start provides a learning experience for 3 and 4 year old children who qualify based on income or a special need. They provide transportation, health services and a lunch to children enrolled in their centers. Parent involvement is essential to the program.
L || Literacy Council of Carroll County Contact: Sam Greenholtz
255 Clifton Blvd., Suite 314
Westminster, MD 21157
Literacy Council will tutor anyone who needs help with reading, spelling, phonics, writing and math. It is an all volunteer organization and operates in approximately 50 countries.
M || Marriage and Relationship Education Center Contact: Amy Gilford
255 Clifton Blvd., Suite 213
Westminster, MD 21157
Marriage and Relationship Education Center's mission is to prepare, strengthen and restore marriages through education and enrichment programs, classes and mentoring. They promote the benefits of marriage for adults and their children.
Meals on Wheels Inc. Contact: Lena Bauerlein
255 Clifton Blvd., Suite 312
Westminster, MD 21157
M.O.W. is an all volunteer agency which delivers nutritious meals to homebound persons of any age or economic status, who are unable to shop and/or prepare meals for themselves.
MOSAIC Community Services Contact: Matt Peeling
255 Clifton Blvd., Suite 308
Westminster, MD 21157
A mental health organization devoted to enhancing quality of life and promoting recovery through effective, community based, outcome focused services that are flexible and comprehensive. Mosaic Community Services transforms lives through comprehensive health services for people with mental illness and addictions. The people we serve will live longer, healthier, happier lives.
N || NAACP Chapter of Carroll County Contact: Jean Lewis
255 Clifton Blvd., Suite 310
Westminster, MD 21157
410-751-7667 or 410-960-6640
NAACP provides political, social, economic and educational status of minority groups; provide racial harmony and eliminate racial prejudice; to increase public awareness of the adverse effects of racial discrimination, and where such discrimination is found, to secure its elimination. They take public positions on matters that uniquely affect the well being of the minority community.
P || Potomac Case Management Contact: Miya Gaskins, Program Manager
255 Clifton Blvd., Suite 309
Westminster, MD 21157
443-244-4113 ~ Option 3
Serving Carroll, Frederick and Washington Counties, PCMS provides mental health case management for adults and care coordination for children, youth, and their families. PCMS’ focus is on assisting clients and families to maintain the highest level of independence possible. PCMS staff support and encourage each person in their journey of becoming integrated into the community or maintaining stabilization with services and supports that help build safe bridges. Services are offered at varying levels, which are dependent upon the individual's strengths, needs, and goals. Through accessing appropriate resources and utilizing natural supports, clients are more likely to succeed and have long-term positive results. PCMS is excited to be working in Carroll County and we look forward to building relationships with our community providers and being a part of a community that strives to improve the lives of all of its' citizens.
R || RSVP Carroll County Contact: Barbara Norman
255 Clifton Blvd., Suite 301
Westminster, MD 21157
RSVP Carroll County is a federal grantee of Senior Corps, which serves to link volunteers age 55+ with service opportunities in their communities. The primary focus of work is Healthy Futures for seniors and home-bound individuals with disabilities. RSVP can provide recruitment, training, and volunteer support to enhance/expand existing non-profit organizations. Current projects include support for food pantries, food banks, community gardens, nutrition programs, and companionship programs; additional projects are in development.
U || United Way of Central Maryland Contact: Bruce Kranig
255 Clifton Blvd., Suite 219
Westminster, MD 21157
U. W. provides a link to community resources to community needs. The offer year round services to local businesses, agencies and citizens. The Volunteer Development Program links individuals and groups who want to volunteer with any nonprofit agency.
V || Voices for Children Contact: Jennifer Fuss
255 Clifton Blvd., Suite 319
Westminster, MD 21157
Voices for Children advocates for abused and neglected children who are court involved to determine a permanent plan. It is run by trained volunteers who conduct independent investigations to determine what placement or services is best for the child.