MENTOR Maryland is Excited to Announce the Reopening of its Prince George's County Office in Lanham, MD Serving Children and Adolescents in Treatment Foster Care

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The Lanham Children’s Services program of MENTOR Maryland has reopened its site at 4501 Forbes Blvd, Suite 140, Lanham, MD. The Lanham Children’s Services program serves children who are in treatment foster care in Prince George’s and surrounding Counties.

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“The children in our program receive comprehensive services in a family setting, designed to help them heal and create positive relationships,” Program Manager, Lynn Brinker.

Founded in 1990, MENTOR Maryland is a leading community-based human services provider serving children and adolescents with emotional, behavioral and medically complex challenges. MENTOR Maryland’s programs are infused in the communities they serve and are designed around the needs of each individual. The programs focus on building positive relationships that provide the foundation for development, growth and change.

The Lanham’s Children Services site was formerly a satellite office but is now fully functioning Monday through Friday, 9-5. The Lanham Children’s Services program serves children who are in treatment foster care in the state of Maryland. Children are placed in treatment foster homes in and adjacent to Prince George’s County. According to the Program Manager, Lynn Brinker, “The children in our program receive comprehensive services in a family setting, designed to help them heal and create positive relationships”. To learn more about Lanham Children’s Services and MENTOR Maryland visist us online at http://www.mentormd.com.

If you or anyone you know is interested in learning about how to become a foster parent contact Tonya Logan at (301) 803-9768.

MENTOR Maryland is a partner of The MENTOR Network, a national network of local human service providers, offering an array of quality, community-based services to adults and children with intellectual and developmental disabilities, acquired brain injuries and other catastrophic injuries or illnesses; and to youth with emotional, behavioral and medically complex challenges as well as their families.

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Lynn Brinker, Program Manager

Tonya Logan, Foster Parent Recruiter
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