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Regional Leadership

Gary Ivory
Senior Executive Officer
Lynette Connor
Vice President
Craig Jernigan
Regional Director

Youth Advocate Programs (YAP) began providing services in Baltimore, Maryland in 2006 to individuals in the Department of Juvenile Services (DJS) and later, in 2010 to individuals in the Department of Social Services (DSS). YAP also provides behavioral health services and was approved to provide a Psychiatric Rehabilitation Program (PRP) in 2013. YAP provides services to over 150 youth and families annually.

The Baltimore YAP program for DJJ works with adjudicated youth to reduce delinquency charges, recidivism and divert youth from entering detention centers. The Baltimore DSS program works with youth involved in the child welfare system to avoid out of home placement and maintain youth in the community. In the PRP program YAP provides curriculum based and clinical services to individuals with a mental health diagnosis. In all programs YAP employs a Wraparound/Advocacy model that literally “wraps” services and supports around families to create support systems that will foster a stable family environment within the community.

To make a self-referral or inquire about all program services please the local director.

Child Welfare
Preventive Services
Juvenile Justice
Preventive Services
Behavioral Health
Psychiatric Rehabilitation Program
MD Locations by County
1 North Charles Street
Suite 1100
Baltimore, MD  21201
P: 410.385.3171
F: 410.385.3174
Eddie Moore, Advocate Director
1645 N. Calhoun St.
Unit 125
Baltimore, MD  21217
8659 Baltimore National Pike
Suite Q
Ellicott City, MD  21043
Eddie Moore, Advocate Director
8751 Greenbelt Rd
Suite 101
Greenbelt, MD  20770
P: 301.477.4297
F: 240.772.9582
Sylvia Parson, Director