Partnering with our communities to improve health
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Community Health Improvement is dedicated to improving the health of our communities through partnerships, and the delivery of accessible, evidence-based education and wellness services. Classes and services are designed to provide information and resources for informed health decisions. Learn how to submit a community event participation request.
Request for Proposal for Children’s Community Health services FY22
This Request for Proposals (RFP) is to solicit applications for the funding of children’s community health services related to Behavioral Health/Mental Health/Substance Abuse, Obesity/Nutrition/Physical Activity, and/or Asthma.
Informational session: February 5, 2021
Letter of Intent due: March 19, 2021
Proposals due: April 16, 2021
OBTLC Birth and Family Education
Our OBTLC (Obstetrics with Tender Loving Care) birth and family education classes provide the information needed to create your personal birthing plan. Classes are taught by certified childbirth educators and are available at various times and locations to accommodate a busy schedule. Call 1-888-74-OBTLC for all your pregnancy needs including physician referral, class availability and registration, and breastfeeding support.
Learn more about OBTLC Birth and Family Education classes.
Stop Smoking Today
Many smokers have tried to stop smoking several times without success. If this describes you and you are ready to be smoke-free, MedStar Franklin Square’s Stop Smoking Today program may be exactly what you have been looking for.
Our six-week program is designed to provide highly motivated adults with practical counseling, support, and the encouragement needed to become smoke-free.
View dates and times of the smoking cessation program. To register or ask questions, please call 443-777-7900.
Learn more about the Baltimore County Tobacco Use Prevention and Cessation Program.
Healthcare for the Homeless- Baltimore County
Learn more about MedStar Franklin Square's Healthcare for the Homeless program.
Our 2018 Community Health Needs Assessment identified major focus areas, including:
Health and Wellness
- Chronic Disease Prevention and Management
- Behavioral Health
- Maternal and Child Health
Access to Care and Services
- Mental Health Services and Substance Use Services
- Linkage to Social Need Resources and Services
Social Determinants of Health
An implementation strategy was developed to guide the hospital’s use of its resources and partnerships to address the priorities. View the 2018 CHNA and its resulting implementation strategy.