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Our purpose and BCC's path forward

A letter from BCC's President & CEO.

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A Community of Trauma-Informed Professionals Awaits You!

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JIM YOUNG MEMORIAL GOLF TOURNAMENT! (NEW DATE)

September 9, 2020

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Welcome to the Board of Child Care Website

The Board of Child Care is a not for profit, multi-service organization with hundreds of dedicated employees across the Mid-Atlantic. Our goal is to be a leader in providing high-quality, behavioral health and integrated care grounded in evidence-based practices.  Ultimately our programs support the healing of past trauma, which in turn helps complex youth and their families achieve lasting success in their communities.
We believe when, as a community, we make sure that everyone can reach their human potential and fully contribute to our communities, we all benefit. Maximizing the potential of children, people who are our neighbors, our workforce, and our civic body ensures that our communities remain vibrant places to live, work, and play.
Video – Built Upon a Dream
Modeled after ABC’s very popular Extreme Home Makeover show, instead of selecting a family the Built Upon a Dream TV special chooses an area charity to help. BCC was selected in 2019 and the video provides a nice overview of BCC and who our programs help.

Board of Child Care’s Caminos Program Recognized!

Board of Child Care to receive the United Methodist Association Innovation Award for its dedication to innovation with the Caminos Program. The United Methodist Association (UMA) has selected the Board of Child Care (BCC) to receive its 2020 Innovation Award for the Caminos Program.  UMA is a membership organization whose mission is to promote, inspire, […]

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BCC Participates in Baltimore City’s forum on Childhood Trauma organized by Congressman Elijah Cummings.

BALTIMORE —On  Tuesday, August 20, 2019, U.S. Rep. Elijah Cummings, D-District 7,  held a forum on Baltimore’s childhood trauma. Board of Child Care’s CEO and President Laurie Anne Spagnola joined youth advocate leaders from across the public and private sector to examine what causes childhood trauma and how much damage it can do, and determine […]

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The Board of Child Care’s Early Learning Program hosts Chinese Delegation representatives in Washington, DC.

  On Thursday, July 25, the Board of Child Care Early Learning Program hosted two representatives from the Chinese Delegation. The Chinese Delegation is on a US  visit visiting early learning programs to learn more about their best practices and teacher training in conjunction with the Office of the State Superintendent of Education. They will […]

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