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PBCP Standards for Excellence Approved for Renewal
The Pro Bono Counseling Project is proud to announce that our Standards for Excellence accreditation through Maryland Nonprofits was approved for renewal! The application process involves thorough review and documentation of our processes and policies, and the accreditation shows that PBCP demonstrates excellence in nonprofit management and ethical accountability and meets the highest standards in fulfilling its obligations to those who benefit from its programs, to contributors, and to the public.
Maryland Cancer Survivorship Resource is Now Available
The Pro Bono Counseling Project is a proud member of the Maryland Cancer Collaborative through the Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene. Bailey T. Susic, Director of Programs and Marketing, over the past 2 years has participated in regular meetings to create a model of the phases for cancer survivorship in conjunction with a comprehensive list of resources in Maryland for cancer survivors and their love ones. The results of this effort, Guide to Cancer Survivorship Care and Resources for Cancer Patients, was recently published on the DHMH website. Please share these wonderful resources with any who may benefit.
Affordable Care Act Info
We are pleased to provide a handy tool that can help navigate clients through enrolling for health insurance under the new Affordable Care Act (ACA).
This tool is an exclusive benefit for PBCP volunteer clinicians. To receive this information, contact Ellen at email@example.com or 877-323-5800 x103.
In need of Clinicians! Refer a friend!
We offer benefits exclusively for clinicians who are participating in the PBCP. And now, more than ever, we need you to invite a colleague so that we may more equitably refer families, couples and individuals throughout Maryland.
Requests for therapy have dramatically increased—we currently have 650 active cases. PBCP needs your help in recruiting additional therapists to join our mission in your county.
Additionally, PBCP is always looking for bi-lingual therapists to serve the growing Latino community.
PS Benefits include free CEs at inspiring workshops, networking within & outside your clinical group, free resources guide, documentation of your pro bono hours, + + +
Linda B. Stone, MS Memorial Fund
Linda Stone, MS was a thoughtful member of our Board of Directors who died on March 11, 2013 as a result of a brief illness. A licensed marriage and family therapist, Linda recently closed her private practice to devote her warmth, practicality and energy to the Pro Bono Counseling Project and other services to help families. In her honor and memory, we and her family ask you to make a generous donation to help continue her best efforts to assure access to mental health care.