In the News


PBCP in the News 

The Pro Bono Counseling Project has been mentioned both locally & nationally in the news and we wanted to share our recognition with you!

WBAL-TV Spotlight

Pro Bono Counseling Project pairs people in need with mental health services

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Baltimore Sun Article On Hidden Scar Surgery

Pro Bono Counseling Project Clinical Director Sherri Bloom comments on the impact of a breast cancer diagnosis and surgery on patients and their families, as well as the benefits of counseling. Click here for the article.


PBCP Supports Baltimore

The Baltimore Sun shared an article, "Mental Health help for residents affected by turmoil", which listed the Pro Bono Counseling Project as one of the local organizations available to help those affected by events in Baltimore.  Go to the Baltimore Sun Article>>


Pro Bono Services in Baltimore

A Jewish Times article about professions that offer pro bono services in the Baltimore area featured the Pro Bono Counseling Project's work with mental health care.  Go to the Jewish Times Article>>


PBCP featured on WYPR!

To hear more about how we help those in need and why therapists give their time...  Listen Here>>


The Pro Bono Counseling Project has been identified as the primary referral resource for a study led by a University of Maryland researcher who found a link between foreclosures and depression. A new system will link homeowners facing foreclosure with mental health counseling: Go to the Baltimore Sun Article>>
See the article about our Beyond Breast Cancer Program and our partnership with Komen Maryland in the Komen MD October 2011 E Newsletter.
See the article on page 3 of the Women's Giving Fall 2011 Newsletter about our Parenting Alone Program and how we help single parent women, particularly military service members. 

Recognized Locally by Mental Health Examiner Blog:
"The Pro Bono Counseling Project Offers Free Mental Health Care to Those in Need"
Go to Mental Health Examiner Article>>


Recognized as a Model Program Nationally by The Columbus Dispatch (OH):
"New Program will Offer Free Mental Health Services"

Go to The Columbus Dispatch Article>>

Thank you for continuing to support our efforts so that we may expand our most necessary work locally and nationally!

Press Release

July 21, 2009—Minneapolis, MN—MetLife Foundation and the National Alliance for Caregiving National Award.  View press release>>

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