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The OAYI team provides evidence based support as a part of the defense team throughout all stages of the legal process.  As a part of the defense team, OAYI establishes confidentiality upon the first meeting with our clients. The OAYI team completes a specialized community support plan for each client, to outline the needs of the participants and their families for them to successfully be reintegrated back into the community.

  • Screen all juvenile OPD clients for Opioid affectedness through personal or familial usage

  • Communicate with clients on a weekly basis (voluntary participation)

  • Connect clients with personalized resources and community services

  • Collaborate with attorneys to assist with juvenile cases

 

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OAYI Team Contact Information:

De'Ja Geter-Jackson, LMSW

Grant Coordinator

deja.geter-jackson@maryland.gov

Christian Harris, LMSW

Client Service Specialist/Data Analyst

christian.harris@maryland.gov

Molly Magida, MSW

Family Case Worker

molly.magida@maryland.gov

Cierra Brown, BSW

Family Case Worker

cierra.pope-crawford@maryland.gov

Crisis/Emergency Numbers & Resources

Police: 911

Non-Emergency: 311

Health and Human Services Information: 211

Suicide & Crisis Lifeline: 988

Maryland Connection: Baltimore City, Baltimore County, Anne Arundel HealthCare Access Maryland Call: 410-500-4710 or 855-288-3667 TOLL FREE https://www.healthcareaccessmaryland.org/how-we-help/health-insurance/   

Social Security Card: www.ssa.gov/ssnumber 

Photo ID: https://mva.maryland.gov/drivers/Pages/apply-id-card.aspx

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This project is supported by 2019-YB-FX-K001 awarded by the Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention, Office of Justice Program, U.S. Department of Justice.

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Please click the image above to access the innovative and pioneering guide, "Navigating the Juvenile System in Baltimore." Prepared for agencies, clients, and individuals who focus on at-risk youth in the Baltimore area, this guide lists hotlines, food and housing resources, and therapeutic and social centers -- all in this region -- that can help us help ourselves or even help our clients. Since we will frequently add listings or revise existing ones, please consult the guide often for the most up-to-date version of an innovative and ground-breaking resource.

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