PGCPS Preferred Provider Directory

The Prince George’s County Public Schools (PGCPS), Community Schools Preferred Provider Directory is a collection of local non-profit and for-profit organizations that offer the thirteen wraparound services recommended by PGCPS. United Way NCA conducted a rigorous vetting process to find programs that deliver the strongest results. The programs represented in this directory have demonstrated the ability to deliver results-driven services that contribute to student success.

Our hope is that this directory will help your school provide the high-quality services that community schools need, and students deserve.

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Since 2019, United Way of the National Capital Area has been actively working with Prince George’s County Public Schools to bolster student support and resources. Following the Kirwan Commission’s 2016 establishment and its subsequent recommendations for education enhancements in Maryland, the “Blueprint for Maryland’s Future” was enacted in 2021.This significant legislation champions the expansion of community schools and ensures the provision of comprehensive to students and families in need, with a particular focus on areas with poverty levels. These schools receive state funding to ensure that equitable, academic, and non-academic opportunities and resources are made available to students and families under 13 wraparound service categories. Prince George’s County has one of the largest community schools’ initiatives in the state and new schools are phased in each year.

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Partner with Us: Elevate Prince George’s County Community Schools

Are you an organization with evidence-based programs aiming to enhance educational outcomes for students in Prince George’s County? We invited you to join us as a Preferred Provider for the 2024-2025 school year, offering crucial services in line with the Maryland State Department of Education’s identified categories. As part of this initiative, you’ll be featured in the Prince George’s County Public Schools (PGCPS), Community Schools Preferred Provider Directory, a key resource for the local education system. For application details please complete the Expression of Interest questionnaire by April 19, 2024. You must fill out this questionnaire to receive access to the preferred provider application on April 26, 2024. The application will be hosted on e-CImpact, and we will provide you with further instructions on accessing and completing the application on that platform.

For more details and an overview of the request for application please view the application.

The request for applications (RFA) will open between April 26 and May 6. You will have this period to complete the online application and upload the required documents.

For any questions, please consult our FAQs page or contact us at PGCommSchools@uwnca.org.

VIDEO LIBRARY

Partner Organizations
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PGCPS Community Schools Preferred Providers Video Resource Library

Explore our video library designed to guide Preferred Providers for PGCPS Community Schools. Each segment is tailored to provide you with the knowledge and tools needed for a successful partnership with Prince George’s County Public Schools.

PCPS Provider Directory Provider Directory Orientation
For a comprehensive summary of the March 7, 2024, webinar hosted by UWNCA on the Community Schools Preferred Provider Directory and application process for Prince George’s County Public Schools.

Pillars and Categories
For an outline of the essential pillars and service categories for enriching students’ and communities’ growth. Segmented for Elementary, Middle, and High School levels, the video highlights specific programming and services designed to support students’ developmental needs.

Fiscal, Financial and Accounting Basics
This video guides nonprofit organizations on integrating crucial financial statements into their applications. It emphasizes the importance of detailing income statements and functional expenses to assess financial stability and operational capabilities, crucial for inclusion in the Prince George’s County Public Schools Community Schools Preferred Provider Directory.

Demonstrating Outcomes
This video highlights the necessity of clearly articulating the expected outcomes of our services or programs for the community you serve. It stresses the importance of using data to illustrate your success and the positive impact your organization has had, which is vital for a compelling application.

Generating Corporate Sponsorship Revenue
This video offers a concise guide on sponsorship fundamentals, focusing on evaluating compatibility and modern outreach tactics. It’s particularly beneficial for small organizations and those seeking to broaden their sponsorship and partnership networks.

Since 2019, United Way of the National Capital Area has been actively working with Prince George’s County Public Schools to bolster student support and resources. Following the Kirwan Commission’s 2016 establishment and its subsequent recommendations for education enhancements in Maryland, the “Blueprint for Maryland’s Future” was enacted in 2021.This significant legislation champions the expansion of community schools and ensures the provision of comprehensive to students and families in need, with a particular focus on areas with poverty levels. These schools receive state funding to ensure that equitable, academic, and non-academic opportunities and resources are made available to students and families under 13 wraparound service categories. Prince George’s County has one of the largest community schools’ initiatives in the state and new schools are phased in each year.

Partner with Us: Elevate Prince George’s County Community Schools

Are you an organization with evidence-based programs aiming to enhance educational outcomes for students in Prince George’s County? We invited you to join us as a Preferred Provider for the 2024-2025 school year, offering crucial services in line with the Maryland State Department of Education’s identified categories. As part of this initiative, you’ll be featured in the Prince George’s County Public Schools (PGCPS), Community Schools Preferred Provider Directory, a key resource for the local education system. For application details please complete the Expression of Interest questionnaire by April 19, 2024. You must fill out this questionnaire to receive access to the preferred provider application on April 26, 2024. The application will be hosted on e-CImpact, and we will provide you with further instructions on accessing and completing the application on that platform.

For more details and an overview of the request for application please view the application.

The request for applications (RFA) will open between April 26 and May 6. You will have this period to complete the online application and upload the required documents.

For any questions, please consult our FAQs page or contact us at PGCommSchools@uwnca.org.

students sitting against lockers

PGCPS Community Schools Preferred Providers Video Resource Library

Explore our video library designed to guide Preferred Providers for PGCPS Community Schools. Each segment is tailored to provide you with the knowledge and tools needed for a successful partnership with Prince George’s County Public Schools.

PCPS Provider Directory Provider Directory Orientation
For a comprehensive summary of the March 7, 2024, webinar hosted by UWNCA on the Community Schools Preferred Provider Directory and application process for Prince George’s County Public Schools.

Pillars and Categories
For an outline of the essential pillars and service categories for enriching students’ and communities’ growth. Segmented for Elementary, Middle, and High School levels, the video highlights specific programming and services designed to support students’ developmental needs.

Fiscal, Financial and Accounting Basics
This video guides nonprofit organizations on integrating crucial financial statements into their applications. It emphasizes the importance of detailing income statements and functional expenses to assess financial stability and operational capabilities, crucial for inclusion in the Prince George’s County Public Schools Community Schools Preferred Provider Directory.

Demonstrating Outcomes
This video highlights the necessity of clearly articulating the expected outcomes of our services or programs for the community you serve. It stresses the importance of using data to illustrate your success and the positive impact your organization has had, which is vital for a compelling application.

Generating Corporate Sponsorship Revenue
This video offers a concise guide on sponsorship fundamentals, focusing on evaluating compatibility and modern outreach tactics. It’s particularly beneficial for small organizations and those seeking to broaden their sponsorship and partnership networks.

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Maryland Multicultural Youth Centers (LAYC/MMYC)

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Description of Program

LAYC/MMYC’s offers diverse wraparound services and resources designed to close the achievement gap for low-income youth and youth of color. LAYC's Promotor Pathway® is a pioneering model designed to help the most vulnerable youth succeed academically, obtain long-term employment, and live healthy and productive lives. LAYC provides best practices for youth-serving organizations.

Wrap-Around Service

Enhancing student enrichment experiences

Schools Serviced

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Andrew Jackson Academy, Bladensburg ES, Bladensburg HS, Buck Lodge MS, Calverton ES, Dwight D Eisenhower MS, Greenbelt MS, High Point HS, Hyattsville MS, International High School @ Largo, Langley Park/McCormick ES, Oxon Hill MS, Parkdale HS, Port Towns ES, Ridgecrest ES, Riverdale ES, Springhill Lake ES, Thurgood Marshall MS, William Wirt MS

Point of Contact

Jeanne Konicki
1419 Columbia Road NW, Washinton, DC 20009
development@layc-dc.org
(202) 319-2225

Languages

English, Spanish

Mentoring Programs

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Description of Program

CYA’s Mentoring programs consists of Mentoring to Manhood for males and Lily Sisterhood for females. Through 1:1 and group mentoring relationships, youth engage in activities that promote community, social emotional development, and character building. Saturday group "village" workshops and opportunities for youth to participate in college tours, tutoring, career pathways, and service learning.

Wrap-Around Service

Enhancing student enrichment experiences

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Buck Lodge MS, Charles Carroll MS, Dwight D Eisenhower MS, Green Valley Instructional MS and HS, High Point HS, International High School @ Largo, Oxon Hill MS, Thomas Johnson MS

Point of Contact

Danielle Middlebrooks
2342 Vermont Ave, Suite 1, Hyattsville, MD 20785
jthompson@cyadvance.org
(240) 460-5957

Languages

English, Spanish

National Philharmonic Lesson Bank

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Description of Program

The Youth Mentorship Program (YMP) aims to contribute to students’ holistic growth through the vehicles of music and extramusical opportunities to connect with a diverse community of students and professional musicians. This year, the National Philharmonic (NatPhil) integrated Lesson Bank with YMP, providing weekly private instrumental lessons for all participants.

Wrap-Around Service

Enhancing student enrichment experiences

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Hyattsville MS, Nicholas Orem MS

Point of Contact

Tiffany Jordan
5301 Tuckerman Ln, North Bethesda, MD 20852
tjordan@nationalphilharmonic.org
(301) 493-9283

Languages

English, Farsi

Parent Engagement Program

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Description of Program

The PE program increases parent participation in the academic structure of the school, and supports parents by structuring opportunities for parents and students that empowers these parents to model excellence and responsibility for their children. Events that focus on literacy, homework help, and how to communicate more effectively to your children help to create open dialogue.

Wrap-Around Service

Enhancing student enrichment experiences

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Adelphi ES, Allenwood ES, Andrew Jackson Academy, Apple Grove ES, Arrowhead ES, Barnaby Manor ES, Beacon Heights ES, Beltsville Academy, Benjamin Stoddert MS, Berwyn Heights ES, Bladensburg ES, Bladensburg HS, Bradbury Heights ES, Buck Lodge MS, Calverton ES, Carmody Hills ES, Carole Highlands ES, Carrollton ES, Catherine T. Reed ES, Chillum ES, Clinton Grove ES, Columbia Park ES, Concord ES, Cooper Lane ES, Cora L Rice ES, Deerfield Run ES, District Heights ES, Dodge Park ES, Doswell Brooks ES, Drew Freeman MS, Dwight D Eisenhower MS, Edward M. Felegy ES, Flintstone ES, Forest Heights ES, Fort Foote ES, Frances Scott Key ES, G James Gholson MS, Gladys N. Spellman ES, Glassmanor ES, Glenridge ES, Green Valley Instructional MS and HS, Greenbelt MS, Highland Park ES, Hyattsville ES, Hyattsville MS, International High School @ Langley Park, International High School @ Largo, J Frank Dent ES, James E Duckworth Regional Center (K-12), James H Harrison ES, James McHenry ES, John H. Bayne ES, Judge Sylvania Woods ES, Kenmoor ECC, Langley Park/McCormick ES, Longfield ES, Margaret Brent Regional Center (K-8), Mt. Rainier ES, North Forestville ES, Oxon Hill ES, Oxon Hill MS, Paint Branch ES, Panorama ES, Parkdale HS, Port Towns ES, Princeton ES, Riverdale ES, Robert Gray ES, Roger Heights ES, Samuel P. Massie ES, Tall Oaks High School, Templeton ES, Thomas Johnson MS, Thomas S. Stone ES, Thurgood Marshall MS, Valley View ES, William Beanes ES, William Hall Academy (K-8), Woodridge ES

Point of Contact

Dana Carr
PO Box 1213, Owings Mills, MD 21201
dana.carr@ltyc.net
(443) 261-5892

Website Link

https://www.ltyc.net

Languages

English, Spanish

Pathways to Career Success Program

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Description of Program

The Pathways to Career Success Program (PTCS) is End Time Harvest Ministries’ (ETHM) premier year-round school-based youth development program, which includes three component programs (Wellness Ambassador Leadership Program, Port Towns Youth Council, and Jobs for Youth Summer Employment Program) that emphasize academic success, leadership, character development, and college and workforce readiness.

Wrap-Around Service

Enhancing student enrichment experiences

Schools Serviced

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Bladensburg HS

Point of Contact

Gail Addison
5808 Harland Street, New Carrollton, MD 20784
revaddison@ethm.org
(301) 345-7548

Website Link

https://www.ethm.org

Languages

English, Spanish

Pop-Up Vision Clinic for Children

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Description of Program

This program provides vision screenings, eye exams from an eye doctor, and prescription eyeglasses to school-age children in need. After examination and prescription, each child can choose two frames.

Wrap-Around Service

Vision and dental services

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Adelphi ES, Allenwood ES, Andrew Jackson Academy, Apple Grove ES, Arrowhead ES, Barnaby Manor ES, Beacon Heights ES, Beltsville Academy, Benjamin Stoddert MS, Berwyn Heights ES, Bladensburg ES, Bladensburg HS, Bradbury Heights ES, Buck Lodge MS, Calverton ES, Carmody Hills ES, Carole Highlands ES, Carrollton ES, Catherine T. Reed ES, Charles Carroll MS, Cherokee Lane ES, Chillum ES, Clinton Grove ES, Columbia Park ES, Concord ES, Cool Spring ES, Cooper Lane ES, Cora L Rice ES, Deerfield Run ES, District Heights ES, Dodge Park ES, Doswell Brooks ES, Drew Freeman MS, Dwight D Eisenhower MS, Edward M. Felegy ES, Flintstone ES, Forest Heights ES, Fort Foote ES, Frances Scott Key ES, G James Gholson MS, Gaywood ES, Gladys N. Spellman ES, Glassmanor ES, Glenridge ES, Green Valley Instructional MS and HS, Greenbelt MS, High Point HS, Highland Park ES, Hollywood ES, Hyattsville ES, Hyattsville MS, International High School @ Langley Park, International High School @ Largo, J Frank Dent ES, James E Duckworth Regional Center (K-12), James H Harrison ES, James McHenry ES, John H. Bayne ES, Judge Sylvania Woods ES, Kenmoor ECC, Lamont ES, Langley Park/McCormick ES, Laurel ES, Lewisdale ES, Longfield ES, Margaret Brent Regional Center (K-8), Mary Harris "Mother" Jones ES, Mt. Rainier ES, Nicholas Orem MS, North Forestville ES, Oaklands ES, Oxon Hill ES, Oxon Hill MS, Paint Branch ES, Panorama ES, Parkdale HS, Port Towns ES, Princeton ES, Ridgecrest ES, Riverdale ES, Robert Frost ES, Robert Gray ES, Roger Heights ES, Rosa Parks ES, Samuel P. Massie ES, Seabrook ES, Springhill Lake ES, Tall Oaks High School, Templeton ES, Thomas Johnson MS, Thomas S. Stone ES, Thurgood Marshall MS, Valley View ES, William Beanes ES, William Hall Academy (K-8), William Wirt MS, Woodridge ES

Point of Contact

Nick Farano
415 2nd Street NE #200, Washington, DC 20002
nfarano@youreyes.org
(202) 234-1010

Languages

additional translation available upon advance notice, English, Spanish

Professional Counseling Services

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The Restoration Center provides counseling to persons of various cultural and spiritual backgrounds. It is our practice to sit with the person, listen to his/her concerns, and walk with the person's family, if appropriate, as they move through a challenging time. Parent meetings, assessment measures, and feedback from school officials are used to develop a comprehensive treatment plan.

Wrap-Around Service

Expanded behavioral health services

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Allenwood ES, Andrew Jackson Academy, Apple Grove ES, Barnaby Manor ES, Beltsville Academy, Benjamin Stoddert MS, Berwyn Heights ES, Bladensburg HS, Carmody Hills ES, Clinton Grove ES, Concord ES, Deerfield Run ES, District Heights ES, Dwight D Eisenhower MS, Flintstone ES, Fort Foote ES, G James Gholson MS, Greenbelt MS, J Frank Dent ES, James E Duckworth Regional Center (K-12), Longfield ES, North Forestville ES, Oxon Hill ES, Oxon Hill MS, Paint Branch ES, Panorama ES, Tall Oaks High School, Thomas Johnson MS, Thurgood Marshall MS, William Hall Academy (K-8)

Point of Contact

Fredrica Brooks-Davis
PO Box 7192, Largo, MD 20792-7192
drfredrica@iwanttoberestored.com
(301) 310-8159

Languages

English

Residencies and Workshops

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Arts for Learning offers long-term residencies designed to use the arts to address the academic and social needs of students in Pre-K through grade 12. Arts for Learning offers standard K-12 residencies and early learning residencies, all of which are developed and delivered by master teaching artists with expertise in a variety of art forms.

Wrap-Around Service

Enhancing student enrichment experiences

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Adelphi ES, Allenwood ES, Andrew Jackson Academy, Apple Grove ES, Arrowhead ES, Barnaby Manor ES, Beacon Heights ES, Beltsville Academy, Benjamin Stoddert MS, Berwyn Heights ES, Bladensburg ES, Bladensburg HS, Bradbury Heights ES, Buck Lodge MS, Calverton ES, Carmody Hills ES, Carole Highlands ES, Carrollton ES, Catherine T. Reed ES, Charles Carroll MS, Cherokee Lane ES, Chillum ES, Clinton Grove ES, Columbia Park ES, Concord ES, Cool Spring ES, Cooper Lane ES, Cora L Rice ES, Deerfield Run ES, District Heights ES, Dodge Park ES, Doswell Brooks ES, Drew Freeman MS, Dwight D Eisenhower MS, Edward M. Felegy ES, Flintstone ES, Forest Heights ES, Fort Foote ES, Frances Scott Key ES, G James Gholson MS, Gaywood ES, Gladys N. Spellman ES, Glassmanor ES, Glenridge ES, Green Valley Instructional MS and HS, Greenbelt MS, High Point HS, Highland Park ES, Hollywood ES, Hyattsville ES, Hyattsville MS, International High School @ Langley Park, International High School @ Largo, J Frank Dent ES, James E Duckworth Regional Center (K-12), James H Harrison ES, James McHenry ES, John H. Bayne ES, Judge Sylvania Woods ES, Kenmoor ECC, Lamont ES, Langley Park/McCormick ES, Laurel ES, Lewisdale ES, Longfield ES, Margaret Brent Regional Center (K-8), Mary Harris "Mother" Jones ES, Mt. Rainier ES, Nicholas Orem MS, North Forestville ES, Oaklands ES, Oxon Hill ES, Oxon Hill MS, Paint Branch ES, Panorama ES, Parkdale HS, Port Towns ES, Princeton ES, Ridgecrest ES, Riverdale ES, Robert Frost ES, Robert Gray ES, Roger Heights ES, Rosa Parks ES, Samuel P. Massie ES, Seabrook ES, Springhill Lake ES, Tall Oaks High School, Templeton ES, Thomas Johnson MS, Thomas S. Stone ES, Thurgood Marshall MS, Valley View ES, William Beanes ES, William Hall Academy (K-8), William Wirt MS, Woodridge ES

Point of Contact

Nora R Dennehy
21 E. North Avenue, Baltimore, MD 21202
nora.d@artsforlearningmd.org
(855) 245-2787

Languages

English

RIMS Center for Enrichment & Development, LCC

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Description of Program

RIMS is a community agency formed in 2004 to provide holistic programming for adults, children, and adolescents with wrap-around services for persons seeking psychiatric services. Operating both an outpatient mental health clinic and psychiatric rehabilitation program, RIMS has established itself as a leading provider in behavioral healthcare in Prince George's County Maryland.

Wrap-Around Service

Any other professional development for school staff to identify students who need resources

Schools Serviced

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Columbia Park ES, Cora L Rice ES, Dodge Park ES, Highland Park ES, Kenmoor ECC, Robert Gray ES, William Hall Academy (K-8)

Point of Contact

Yolanda Coleman
1895 Brightseat Road, Landover, MD 20785
ycoleman@rimsenrichmentcenter.com
(301) 773-8201

Languages

English, Spanish

Roberta’s House School-based Programs

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Description of Program

Roberta's House provides Good Grief Workshops to students K-12. These consist of 1 hour sessions that help students identify losses and grief reactions. Healthy expression and coping skills are reinforced. Students who have greater needs are invited to join the Growing Through Loss-10 week support group in the school. Classes are facilitated by trained professionals and volunteers.

Wrap-Around Service

Counselors and restorative practice coaches

Schools Serviced

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Adelphi ES, Andrew Jackson Academy, Arrowhead ES, Beacon Heights ES, Beltsville Academy, Berwyn Heights ES, Bladensburg ES, Bladensburg HS, Bradbury Heights ES, Buck Lodge MS, Calverton ES, Carmody Hills ES, Carole Highlands ES, Carrollton ES, Catherine T. Reed ES, Charles Carroll MS, Cherokee Lane ES, Chillum ES, Columbia Park ES, Concord ES, Cool Spring ES, Cooper Lane ES, Cora L Rice ES, Deerfield Run ES, District Heights ES, Dodge Park ES, Doswell Brooks ES, Drew Freeman MS, Dwight D Eisenhower MS, Edward M. Felegy ES, Forest Heights ES, Frances Scott Key ES, G James Gholson MS, Gaywood ES, Gladys N. Spellman ES, Glassmanor ES, Glenridge ES, Green Valley Instructional MS and HS, Greenbelt MS, High Point HS, Highland Park ES, Hollywood ES, Hyattsville ES, Hyattsville MS, International High School @ Langley Park, International High School @ Largo, James E Duckworth Regional Center (K-12), James H Harrison ES, James McHenry ES, John H. Bayne ES, Judge Sylvania Woods ES, Kenmoor ECC, Lamont ES, Langley Park/McCormick ES, Laurel ES, Lewisdale ES, Longfield ES, Margaret Brent Regional Center (K-8), Mary Harris "Mother" Jones ES, Mt. Rainier ES, Nicholas Orem MS, North Forestville ES, Oaklands ES, Paint Branch ES, Parkdale HS, Port Towns ES, Ridgecrest ES, Riverdale ES, Robert Frost ES, Robert Gray ES, Roger Heights ES, Rosa Parks ES, Samuel P. Massie ES, Seabrook ES, Springhill Lake ES, Tall Oaks High School, Templeton ES, Thomas Johnson MS, Thomas S. Stone ES, Valley View ES, William Beanes ES, William Hall Academy (K-8), William Wirt MS, Woodridge ES

Point of Contact

Paulette Williams-Tillery
Roberta's House, Inc., Landover, MD 20785
ynelsonswain@robertashouse.org
(301) 880-5100

Languages

English, Spanish
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