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The good news is in! – Board of Child Care’s (BCC) Martinsburg campus has finally received a license to offer outpatient mental health services to the community.
Nicole Smith, BCC’s Vice-President of Residential Services, is now serving a four-year term on the Board for the Certification of Residential Child Care Program Professionals, or CRCCP.
Treatment Foster Care
Outpatient Mental Health Clinic
Early Learning Program
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Glover earned an April promotion to Care Team Coordinator, where she will assist with integration and implementation of programming on Baltimore’s upper campus. Known at BCC as Alex, she’s a 2009 graduate of the University of Kentucky — Go Cats! — and secured her master’s degree in Social Work from the University of Maryland in […]Read More
Winston Green, 66, is a substance abuse counselor contracted by BCC through Mountain Manor. He works with residents on the Baltimore residential campus. Green earned an undergraduate degree in Psychology and Business Administration from Morgan State University and graduate degrees from Morgan State (psychology) and Loyola University Maryland (business). Q: Where does your passion for […]Read More
Sarah Dischner, 29, is a Clinical Social Worker based out of BCC’s Charlotte Hall office in southern Maryland. Exclusively seeing youth in BCC’s Treatment Foster Care (TFC) program, Dischner came to BCC in 2015 after seeing schizophrenia patients in Pittsburgh the prior four years. A native of Williamsport, PA, Dischner earned a master’s degree in social work […]Read More