SET HOPE IN MOTION
SERVING CENTRAL MARYLAND SINCE 1849
Transforming the lives of children and adults by providing opportunities to build self-confidence, resilience and hope.
Everybody needs a little help sometimes.
At the heart of what we do is providing help and mental healthcare to everyone.
PROVIDING THE HELP YOU NEED
Springboard Community Services offers counseling and psychiatric services to help individuals and families create and maintain a safe and nurturing environment, promote family cohesion and harmony, and make it possible for every member to flourish. Springboard Community Services is a licensed Outpatient Mental Health Center (OHMC).
TRAUMA SERVICES – Treatment and support for adult, senior and child victims of crime, domestic violence, abuse or neglect
CRISIS SERVICES – Transitional shelter, food, chothing, counseling and support when there is an immediate need
VICTIM SERVICES – Support groups for victims of domestic violence, including women, men, LGBTQ and Spanish speakers
OFFENDER SERVICES – Interventional programs for voluntary and court-ordered clients
COUNSELING – Individual, family and child therapy; support groups
PSYCHIATRY – Behavioral health assessment and medication management
School and community programs focused on dating violence
TRAINING AND CONSULTATION
Educational training and peer consultation for counseling and social work professionals.
All Springboard locations provide domestic violence and intimate partner violence case management services. Carroll County is the only location that offers a Safe House shelter program.
MAKE A DIFFERENCE
SCS is looking for talented clinicians to work with our diverse team of staff. We prefer applicants to be licensed as an LCSW-C or LCPC in the state of Maryland, but will consider LMSW or LGPC.
All applicants must be dedicated to transforming the lives of children, adolescents, individuals, couples, and families.
By The Numbers
Springboard Fiscal Year July 1, 2019- June 30, 2020
Domestic Violence Offenders who received counseling
Total Programmatic Efficiency
According to the Better Business Bureau Wise Giving Alliance, nonprofit organizations should spend at least 65 percent of their total expenses on program activities, with remaining funds going to administrative and fundraising expenses. Springboard Community Services continues to meet and exceed these minimum standards with 86 percent of our total annual expenses going directly to program services for clients in our communities.