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Aging Americans

Average Lifespan for Americans Down, According to CDC – WJZTV-13

Americans are not living as long as they used to, according to new numbers released by the Center for Disease Control and Prevention on Thursday.   [button size=”medium” style=”primary” text=”Watch Video” link=”” target=””]

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Baltimore Non-Profit Receives $2 Million Grant to Aid Crime Victims – WBAL-TV

A Baltimore-based nonprofit has been awarded a $2 million state grant to assist families impacted by crime in the area. Family and Children’s Services (FCS) received the grant, which will be distributed over two years, through the Governor’s Office of Crime Control and Prevention through the Victims of Crime Act.   [button size=”medium” style=”primary” text=”Read Full Article” link=”″ target=””]

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Adult Day Care

Adult Day Care Helps Keep Senior Citizens Active – The Baltimore Sun

Photos from a visit to the adult day care program at Harford Community College provided through Family and Children’s Services of Harford County. (MATT BUTTON | AEGIS STAFF / Baltimore Sun) Ninety-something-year-old Bill Herr typically needs two people to help him walk – with a walker, but he was cutting up a rug last week during Zumba class – a seated Zumba class – dancing across the room. Theresa DiVenti and Charles Fox sat next to each other kicking their feet and raising their arms, following the lead of their Zumba instructor.   [button size=”medium” style=”primary” text=”Read Full Article” link=”” target=””]

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Carroll County Takes Closer Look at Domestic Violence in Workshop – Carroll County Times

Forty-three people took part in a domestic violence prevention and awareness training Monday morning. The event, held by the GFWC Woman’s Club of Westminster Inc. and Family and Children’s Services, focused on teen dating violence.   [button size=”medium” style=”primary” text=”Read Full Article” link=”” target=””]

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FT Burden

Chief Executive Officer

F.T. was appointed Springboard Community Services as CEO in September of 2015 following a national search that yielded more than 200 candidates. Prior to joining SCS, he served for nearly 15 years as President & CEO of AIDS Interfaith Residential Services, Inc. / Empire Homes of Maryland. F.T.’s chief duties include leading fund and partnership development, cultivating the board of directors, and establishing the agency’s strategic direction and vision. A Florida native, F.T. enjoys cooking, traveling, and attending live music and dance performances.