As the umbrella organization for the communities of Northeast Baltimore, HARBEL endeavors to provide support through a variety of efforts. Listed below are the current projects in which HARBEL is assisting the Northeast community.
senator McCray 2020-2021 SeNATORIAL Scholarship
For students in the 45th Legislative District seeking scholarship opportunities for the 2020-2021 academic year, contact the office of Maryland State Senator Cory Mccray for scholarship opportunities. To get an application, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 410-841-3165. The deadline to apply is Wednesday, April 1, 2020 end of business.
According to the center for Disease Control (2011) Maryland had an estimated 1,783 new HIV diagnoses in 2011, the 7th highest number of cases for any state. The majority of new cases new cases are highest in the Baltimore-Towson metropolitan area . New diagnoses of HIV are typically younger adults.Young people are an at risk group because they remain uninformed about HIV/AIDS and the proper ways in which to protect themselves- and also often engage in risky behaviors (drug/alcohol use, and/or unprotected sex). Morgan University and HARBEL Prevention and recovery Center are involved in a partnership called Get S.M.A.R.T. (Students/Society Mobilized and Retooled to Transform). This project is a peer led prevention/intervention program designed to prevent and reduce substance abuse and the transmission of HIV/AIDS among emerging adults by providing them with prevention education and tools to make more informed health decisions. This project is currently recruiting peer leaders between the ages of 16-and 24 - it's an opportunity to become informed, help others, and earn up to $200. Download flyer, information, and application.
Baltimore City D.O.T. Belair Road Streetscape
View Proposed Concepts of Belair Road presented at meeting on Monday, March 10th.
View the Baltimore City Department of Transportation's initial presentation concerning the upcoming Belair Road Streetscape (preliminary plan developed for community comment.)
View the reconfiguration of the intersection of Frankford and Corse Avenues (preliminary plan developed for community comment.) Email all questions, comments to Jeffrey Fleming, Liaison for the 2nd City Council District, Jeffrey.Fleming@baltimorecity.gov or call 443-984-4095. Belair Road Market Analysis Study Presentation Download Presentation given at HARBEL on November 18, 2013