Since June 2016, the New Day Campaign has secured the financial support of the following organizations, institutions, and foundations through the Founders' Circle fundraising effort. Thank you to all of our Founding Partners! Together, we are the New Day Campaign.
Organizations & Institutions
Ashley Addiction Treatment - Ashley Addiction Treatment (Ashley) is a nationally recognized leader in the integrated, evidence-based treatment of substance-use disorders. Ashley’s expert staff implements a comprehensive program for patients that integrates a full spectrum of medical, clinical and holistic treatment methods. Ashley’s driving principle – “everything for recovery because recovery is everything”– reinforces its timeless mission to heal each individual with respect and dignity, and reflects its ongoing commitment to meet new challenges. Ashley has treated nearly 40,000 patients since its inception in 1983. Ashley’s expansive offerings include inpatient as well as outpatient treatment, sobriety enrichment, community outreach, family and children’s education and specialty programs.
Baltimore Clayworks - Baltimore Clayworks is a non-profit ceramic art center that exists to develop, sustain, and promote an artist-centered community that provides outstanding artistic, educational, and collaborative programs in ceramic arts.
Behavioral Health System Baltimore - Behavioral Health System Baltimore (BHSB) is a nonprofit organization responsible for managing Baltimore City’s public behavioral health system—the system of care that addresses emotional health and well-being and provides services for individuals with substance use and mental health disorders. As such, BHSB serves as the local behavioral health authority (LBHA) for Baltimore City and works to increase access to a full range of quality behavioral health services and advocate for innovative approaches to prevention, early intervention, treatment and recovery to help build healthier individuals, stronger families and safer communities.
B'more Clubhouse - B'more Clubhouse invites individuals living with mental illness into a community engaged in building meaningful lives, bridging the gap between patient-hood and person-hood. Much more than simply a program or a social service, a Clubhouse is most importantly a community of people who are working together toward a common goal. A Clubhouse is intentionally organized to support individuals living with the effects of mental illness. Through participation in a Clubhouse, people are given the opportunities to rejoin the worlds of friendships, family, important work, employment, education, and access to the services and supports they may need. A Clubhouse is a restorative environment for people who have had their lives drastically disrupted, and need the support of others who believe that recovery from mental illness is possible for all.
Center for Addiction Medicine - Since 1992, the Center for Addiction Medicine (CAM) has been located in the heart of the Baltimore community it serves. CAM understands that addiction is a family disease and treatment is a family process. CAM offers a full range of individualized programs and uses the most modern and comprehensive care available to empower patients in the fight against chemical and alcohol dependency. The CAM staff provides confidential, courteous, and professional services seven days a week including detoxification, opioid treatment, and intensive outpatient counseling (IOP).
Concerted Care Group - The Concerted Care Group offers community health services including substance dependency treatment, behavioral healthcare, and supportive services, all under one roof. CCG’s staff is comprised of professional clinicians who are responsive, compassionate, and experienced. Our mission is to provide truly integrated behavioral healthcare for lasting change in our patients’ lives.
Enoch Pratt Free Library - Baltimore’s Enoch Pratt Free Library is one of the oldest free public library systems in the United States. The Pratt Library serves the residents of Baltimore with locations throughout the city, and the residents of Maryland as the State Library Resource Center. The Enoch Pratt Free Library’s mission is "to provide equal access to information and services that empower, enrich, and enhance the quality of life for all."
Evergreen Health Care - Evergreen Health Care is a local nonprofit health services organization that was founded to better address health and disease through the delivery of robust primary medical care, care coordination, and behavioral health services. We take the time to understand the hurdles that patients face in managing their health, whether mental health diagnoses, grief, financial management, or other life stressors. The organization is affiliated with Evergreen Health, an Affordable Care Act-sponsored health plan that is bringing health insurance competition to the Maryland insurance market.
Greater Baltimore Cultural Alliance - The Greater Baltimore Cultural Alliance (GBCA) is a membership and service organization that nurtures and promotes a vibrant, diverse, and sustainable arts and cultural community essential to the region’s economic success and quality of life. Created by cultural leaders and artists in 2001 to work toward common goals, GBCA convenes the sector around critical issues of strategic importance. Programming includes grants and awards for artists, as well as advocacy, professional development, tools for marketing, capacity building, while ensuring that the creative economy thrives and is recognized for its many contributions to the region’s economic success and vitality. Membership includes arts, culture, history, heritage, humanities organizations, attractions and artists in Baltimore City and Anne Arundel, Baltimore, Carroll, Harford, and Howard counties in Maryland.
IBR REACH - The REACH (Recovery Enhanced by Access to Comprehensive Healthcare) Health Services program is a comprehensive, patient-centered and trauma informed outpatient substance use disorders treatment facility offering outpatient, intensive outpatient and medication assisted treatment services to those with substance use disorders. REACH is part of the Institute for Behavioral Resources (IBR) an independent nonprofit research, services, and educational organization founded in 1960 by prominent behavioral scientist Dr. Joseph V. Brady and headquartered in Baltimore, Maryland.
Johns Hopkins Medicine - Johns Hopkins Medicine, headquartered in Baltimore, Maryland, is an integrated global health enterprise and one of the leading health care systems in the United States. Johns Hopkins Medicine unites physicians and scientists of the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine with the organizations, health professionals and facilities of The Johns Hopkins Hospital and Health System.
Maryland Coalition for Families - The Maryland Coalition of Families (formerly called Maryland Coalition of Families for Children's Mental Health) is the statewide family voice for families of children and adolescents with mental health, substance use and/or other behavioral health needs. MCF advocates for improving services in all systems of care for children, youth and families. They provide information and resources, one-to-one family support, trainings, support groups, and policy advocacy.
Mental Health Association of Maryland - For 100 years, the Mental Health Association of Maryland has addressed the mental health needs of Marylanders of all ages through programs that educate the public to increase understanding and provide resources, advance public policy to improve care and outcomes, and monitor the quality of services received by individuals living with mental illness and substance use disorders.
Mosaic Community Services - Mosaic Community Services, part of the Sheppard Pratt Health System, transforms lives through comprehensive health services for people with mental illness and addictions. Their work in Baltimore City and Baltimore, Carroll and Harford counties has made them the largest, non-profit provider of community-based mental health and addiction services in Central Maryland.
NAMI Metro Baltimore - The National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) Metropolitan Baltimore is an affiliate of the nation’s largest grassroots mental health organization, serving Baltimore City and Baltimore County. NAMI Metro Baltimore and dedicated volunteers work together to raise awareness and provide essential education, advocacy, and support programs to individuals living with mental illness, their families, and communities.
National Council Alcoholism and Drug Dependence-Maryland (NCADD-MD) - NCADD-MD raises public awareness of alcoholism and drug dependence issues across the state, while working to ensure those affected by the disease of addiction have the resources necessary when accessing treatment and sustaining recovery. NCADD-MD is the Maryland affiliate of the National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence.
On Our Own Maryland - On Our Own of Maryland, Inc. is a nonprofit and consumer operated mental health and substance use advocacy organization that offers trainings, outreach, and education on topics surrounding behavioral health, wellness, advocacy, stigma and other related topics. On Our Own also offers technical assistance to 24 wellness and recovery centers throughout Maryland. These centers provide various supports to individuals living with behavioral health challenges and are operated entirely by fellow peers also living with behavioral health issues.
Powell Recovery Center - Powell Recovery Center has been a center for alcohol and drug treatment in Baltimore for the past 30 years. Powell Recovery Center offers mental health and substance abuse treatment services, and has professionals ready to provide immediate treatment within 24-72 hours of receiving someone's first call.
Sheppard Pratt Health System - Sheppard Pratt Health System, a private non-profit health system located in Baltimore, Maryland, provides compassionate solutions to help those suffering from mental illness recover and get back to their lives. We offer a full range of mental health, substance use, and special education services throughout Maryland, to meet the needs of children, adolescents, adults, and older adults.
The Institute for Integrative Health - The mission of The Institute for Integrative Health is to catalyze new ideas in health, understand the complex network of factors that influence health, and promote the well-being of individuals and communities.
Tuerk House - Tuerk House, a subsidiary of Total Health Care, transforms lives by providing help and hope for enduring recovery to individuals, families and communities in the Baltimore metropolitan areas who are struggling with addiction to alcohol and/or drugs.
Yama Yoga Collective - Yama Yoga Collective is a community of peaceful people dedicated to helping everyone find their life's purpose (dharma). Its primary mission is to train people to teach yoga in Baltimore, Maryland. Through its Yoga Alliance Certified 200- and 300-hour Yoga Teacher Training (YTT) Programs, Yama Yoga Collective helps individuals deepen their daily presence as they prepare to share the gift of yoga with others. Yama instructors adopt the attitude of positive human awareness and the belief that using and teaching the tools of yoga - postures, meditation, and breath expansion – can create healing and change with all populations in the Baltimore community.
Jacob & Hilda Blaustein Foundation - The Jacob and Hilda Blaustein Foundation promotes social justice and human rights through its five program areas: Jewish life, strengthening Israeli democracy, health and mental health, educational opportunity, and human rights. Support is provided to organizations in the United States and abroad. The Foundation supports organizations that promote systemic change, involve constituents in planning and decision-making, encourage volunteer and professional development and engage in ongoing program evaluation.
Kristin Rita Strouse Foundation - The Kristin Rita Strouse Foundation is dedicated to supporting local and national programs that increase mental health awareness, strengthen suicide prevention efforts, and provide help and healing through the arts for those affected by suicide and mental illness.
Mary Catherine Bunting Foundation - The Mary Catherine Bunting Foundation is dedicated to supporting issues around health, higher education, human services, Catholicism, and international relations and development; generally serving children and youth, economically disadvantaged people.
Morton & Sophia Macht Foundation - Founded in 1956, the Morton and Sophia Macht Foundation focuses its giving in the arts, children/youth services, education, the environment, and health and human services.
Open Society Institute-Baltimore - Open Society Institute-Baltimore is a public charity and the sole field office of the Open Society Foundations' U.S. Programs. OSI-Baltimore focuses on the root causes of three intertwined problems in Baltimore and Maryland: drug addiction, an over-reliance on incarceration, and obstacles that impede youth in succeeding inside and out of the classroom. OSI-Baltimore believes that discussion and debate are critical to making positive, lasting changes.
Peter G. Dodge Foundation - The Peter G. Dodge Foundation (PGDF) is a philanthropic organization dedicated to helping people lead lives free from the effects of alcohol addiction. Established by Hanover Research Founder Peter G. Dodge, PGDF supports the advancement of new treatments and the dissemination of up-to-date information about alcohol-use disorder (AUD). PGDF maintains an online treatment guide where those who suffer from AUD can learn about treatment options and how to access them. PGDF's Mission Grant program provides funds to exemplary non-profit organizations whose work aligns with our primary mission of helping people lead lives free from the effects of alcohol addiction.
Player's Fund, in memory of Elisif
The Bunting Family Foundation
The Peck Foundation, in memory of Seska Peck Ramberg
(as of 12/1/2016)