Maryland community-based group homes

BCC operates four community-based group homes in Maryland (and one in West Virginia). The homes focus on integration for the youth within the communities, while allowing them to continue working with their BCC treatment team (social worker, therapist, psychologist, etc.).  Life skills instruction is a core focus of the group home program, as many youth will transition to semi-independent or fully independent living arrangements.

  • Nicodemus (Reisterstown, MD) – Baltimore County – five females, ages 15-20
  • Gateway (Windsor Mill, MD) – Baltimore County (adjacent to Baltimore Campus) – four males, ages 15-20
  • Colesville – Montgomery County (Southern Maryland) – seven boys, ages 16 to 20
  • Hagerstown – Washington County (Western Maryland) – four males, ages 15 to 20

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To earn entry into the program, residents must demonstrate academic achievement and post-education goals, program success, and clinical participation.

Maryland group home admissions

Natalie Miller, LGSW

Natalie Miller, LGSW
T:(410) 922-2100, ext. 5372
F: (410) 496-5620
admissions@boardofchildcare.org

Hagerstown, MD group home
Nicodemus, MD group home
Colesville, MD group home

Board of Child Care’s programs are open to any individual regardless of their religious beliefs.  Read more about Spiritual Life programing and BCC’s affiliation with the United Methodist Church.