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Baltimore spending board approves continued partnership between MONSE and local grief support center

August 7, 2023

The Baltimore City Board of Estimates unanimously approved a contract Wednesday for Roberta’s House, a local grief support center, to continue working with the Mayor’s Office of Neighborhood Safety and Engagement under its SideStep Pre-Arrest Youth Diversion Pilot program. As part of the SideStep program, this $50,000 award will be used to assist Roberta’s House with its Changing the Game program, designed to serve at-risk youth who have suffered losses within a six-month period by helping them find productive ways of coping with grief and trauma, said Jack French, MONSE’s spokesperson.

Article Source: Baltimore Sun

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