Results Scorecard – Baltimore City
Family League of Baltimore City, Inc.
Since 1991, the Family League has mobilized resources, empowered communities, and strengthened the capacity of organizations to provide children and families with high quality programs and services that help them reach their full potential. The Family League draws on significant experience in resource management and community-based collaboration to help ensure that all children in Baltimore will be born healthy, succeed academically, graduate high school and transition into higher education and the workforce. The Family League funds community-based organizations to do this work, and utilizes data to measure outcomes.
All programs operated in FY20 unless otherwise noted.
Baltimore City Results for Child Well-Being
Prioritized Results and Programs
Babies Born Healthy
Children are Successful in School
Youth Have Opportunities for Employment or Career Readiness
- Integrated Opportunity Youth – Unaccompanied Homeless Youth Strategy (Mayor’s Office of Employment Development)
- Integrated Opportunity Youth – Unaccompanied Homeless Youth (Youth Empowered Society)
- Community Based Supports for Opportunity Youth
Local Care Team Administration