The Calvert Collaborative for Children and Youth (3CY) is a 501©3 non-profit community building organization whose mission is to improve the lives of Calvert County children, youth, and families. Formed in 1998, the Collaborative serves as a community building, catalyst, advocacy and networking organization that supports and initiates collaborations among local organizations to fulfill child and youth needs countywide.
Our goals are to develop additional resources; youth leadership skills and activities; increase the availability of needed services; provide families with information about services, programs, and events via www.calvertkids.org; and address unmet needs of young people.
The Calvert Collaborative for Children and Youth develops and implements free pilot gap programs and offers free Asset Development training workshops to all county agencies, non-profits, educational entities, faith communities, neighborhoods and residents upon request.
We provide no cost mediation and other conflict resolution services to residents of Calvert County. Mediation is voluntary, confidential, and the mediators are non-judgmental and neutral. Trained mediators support your conversation and help you listen to others and be heard. We empower people to develop their own solutions. Mediation is available for individuals, families, neighbors, spouses, divorce and parenting plan, prison re entry, school, business, and others. We also provide Community Conferencing, a restorative justice approach to resolving school issues that promotes accountability and inclusion rather than punishment. We also provide training to agencies, businesses, and schools.
CBW is an all volunteer group of women who solves problems by using programmatic action, dissemination of information, networking to connect people in need with resources and services, cultural influence by sharing our heritage and its impact on today’s society, training and personal development.
Our mission has always been to pride ourselves in the quality work we provide our customers thus creating a trustworthy name for ourselves throughout the communities we serve. The late Jason Michael Dillon founded Dillon’s Power Washing LLC in 2001. Jason moved to Maryland with a vision of becoming the premier provider of residential and commercial pressure washing services in the region. His goal was to retain and build strong relationships with his customers by providing quality work through the use of a low-pressure washing system. Dillon’s Power Washing LLC was one of the first to revolutionize the low-pressure washing system. Dillon’s Power Washing LLC implemented this system at a time when such was unheard of. Through the development and implementation of the Low Pressure Washing System, Dillon’s Power Washing LLC was able to capture the attention of our customers by providing great quality work at affordable pricing! Refresh the exterior of your property using our low pressure system.
Today Dillon’s Power Washing LLC is owned and operated by the late Jason Dillon’s sister Kathleen Dillon-Gross along with his brother-in-law Keith Gross. As times continue to change and the pressure washing industry continues to evolve we here at Dillon’s are constantly looking at new ways to revolutionize our business in order to provide our customers with the most up to date quality services around. We have been dedicated to providing peace of mind and quality services to our valued customers since day one and will continue to always place our customers and their needs first throughout this ever-changing industry.
Project ECHO is a non-profit organization that provides emergency shelter and supportive housing in Calvert County. Our shelter is the only one in Calvert County that serves men, women, and families 365 days a year. Project ECHO’s mission is to provide hope for the homeless.
African American History and Culture Mentoring Organization (programs: RYES, Leading Within, and ROASA’s Roadmap to Self, and ROASA’s Ancestral Sightings)
Our Mission: “Encourage All To Take A Journey With Us As We Remember The African American Experience In America And Abroad…We Inspire Disadvantage Youth Adults, and Senior to Build Positive Relationships with Committed Leaders and Unsung Heroes.
The Southern Maryland Black Chamber of Commerce, Inc. (SMBCC) exists to make the community a better place for all. The SMBCC is a proponent for business growth, as well as economic development and empowerment.
It is an organization managed by a volunteer Board of Directors and Officers, established to promote civic, commercial, and industrial progress within the community.
Allison Stenson/Life & Business Coach/Owner
Therapy Café® provides holistic mental health care in a relaxing and caring environment. At Therapy Café®, you can choose from our “menu” of services that focuses on traditional mental health therapy and alternative approaches for mind, body, and spirit.
TCYSB is a non-profit 501(C)3 organization serving the children, youth, and families of Calvert, Charles and St. Mary’s counties. Services are focused on the prevention of delinquency, abuse, violence, substance abuse, suicide, and other devastating outcomes for youth and their families.