Safe Streets is a community mobilization and outreach program designed to combat shootings and homicides. This intervention targets high-risk youth aged 14 to 25.
The HIV/STD program strives to be as exhaustive, flexible, and comprehensive as possible in its efforts to intervene in the spread of sexually transmitted infection.
B’more for Healthy Babies is an innovative initiative to reduce infant mortality in Baltimore City.
Baltimarket is a suite of community-based food access and food justice programs that includes the Virtual Supermarket Program, the Healthy Stores Program, and the Neighborhood Food Advocates Initiative.
Everyone 6 months and older should get vaccinated, with a few rare exceptions. BCHD has scheduled special immunization clinics for uninsured or underinsured Baltimore City residents.
Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake announces her appointment of Dr. Leana S. Wen as Commissioner of the Baltimore City Health Department, effective January 15, 2015.
Dr. Patrick Chaulk discusses with Kelly Swoope from WMAR-ABC2 the progress that has been made in Baltimore combatting HIV & AIDS. This interview aired on InFocus on December 1, 2014.