Since 2018, No Struggle No Success Inc. (NSNS) has served the youth and adults of Baltimore City. NSNS has expanded program opportunities, there are now two office locations to offer array of onsite services, with a concentration in Baltimore City, Baltimore County, and Prince George's County and across the state of Maryland.
Our Headquarters 2025 Maryland Ave, Baltimore, MD, 21218
Our Administration Office 100 Light Street, 23 Suite, Baltimore, MD, 21202
All program services are FREE for actively enrolled program participants.
I. Youth/Young adults ages 11-24, provide prevention services to address the early warning indicators to prevent a child from entering the adult prison system. We are bridging alternative ways to administer reentry case management and merging new approaches for the overall wellness and refine results for the child(ren) who are facing conviction of juvenile crimes and their families. For further details, visit NSNS Youth Empowerment Page.
II. Adult Returning Citizens ages 21-65+, creating an all-inclusive reentry home plan with complement services that are immediately implement upon release to set the tone on a new journey ahead to avert from reoffending. Structurally demonstrating the capability of change, growth, accountability ... many individuals at the time of their offense were children, consumed by drugs, abandonment, group/gang influence, and subjected to abuse and violence with failed leadership. However, with prison time it allowed self-reflection, a remorseful mindset and acknowledging the value of life and decision making. For further details, visit NSNS Frequently Asked Questions Page.
Our mentorship follows a program participant anywhere between 6-18 months. We adhere to the court order mandatory direction, and the community supervision requirements set by the Department of Public Safety and Correctional Services (DPSCS). We work with each individual to identify and set assign program services such as specific treatment methods, intervention planning and linkage to external community resources to support to each program participant personal and personal needs, this includes their families.
Our core services encompass multiple ways of mentorship and population health services:
-Coordination of Vital Records: Assist an individual with obtaining birth certificate, social security card, driver's licenses, immunization records and other self-identifying documentation.
-Addiction Management: To personalized drug & alcohol treatment strengthen the prevention and treatment of substance abuse (includes alcohol and narcotic drug abuse support groups and meetings), and intensive behavioral counseling services. Access to medication, and evaluation and treatment for long-term follow-up to prevent relapse.
-Mental Health/Behavioral Health: Setup regular routine of therapeutic counseling- for post-traumatic stress disorder, mood disorder, stress management with individualized recovery services. Covering dual diagnoses with substance abuse, support group, Psychiatric Rehabilitation Program (PRP) and anger management to create ways and use coping tools to uncontrollable anger and violent behaviors.
-Health Education: Coordination of activating medial insurance *qualifying providers, education sessions for use of insurance benefits, breakdown of assigning primary physician, linkage to pharmacy and laboratory in the residential zip code, conducts workshops on array topics; sexual health, nutrition, human trafficking, intimate dating, relationship building, child maternal, managing/preventive management support, mindfulness and overall health and wellness.
-Family Unification: with individual, grief and family counseling – helps family members gain an understanding of disruptive problems. This therapy helps to improve communication skills. It can provide new ways to reach solutions that lead to greater family harmony.
-Character Development Workshops & Trainings: Identifying, understanding & mastering emotions & Economic/Survival Skills. Accountability of lifestyle + abuser intervention (nonviolent skills and understanding the lasting trauma with empathy and impact of victim/families) self and community healing and trauma informed care and managing healthy boundaries, problem solving with new behaviors.
-Financial Management: Financial Wellness, banking & budgeting basics, establishing and reestablishing credit and controlling debt and life insurance products.
-Educational Services: Community linkage to alternative education resources, GED, College Prep, Business and vocational training.
-Workforce Development & Career Readiness: Social media etiquette, Cyber safety, telecommunication support (mobile device/tablet), technology training, resume building, job placement, and nurturing leadership & interpersonal skills.
-Housing Assistance: Access to community housing, residential treatment, and external services independent living and pathway to stable and secure rental properties and homeownership.
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