Project Connect provides a comprehensive case management for families impacted by incarceration.  Families receive home visits, advocacy, support groups, connections to resources and access to early education services through Catholic Charities Head Start and Early Head Start.

Customized Employment provides intensive one to one career discovery opportunities for disconnected youth age 16-24, who have a disability.

Connecting Youth in Carroll County provides a comprehensive 1:1 case management for disconnected youth. Youth receive wrap around services designed to eliminate barriers to employment and higher education.  A Connecting Youth Council guides policies and facilitates inter-agency communication in order to ensure youth receive coordinated services.

Inter-agency Family Preservation - intensive, in home crisis intervention and stabilization services to families with a child at imminent risk of out of home placement. 

Preserving Safe and Stable Families - provides a variety of parenting programs including Parents as Teachers, GED prep, ESOL, Job-readiness, etc. for families with children birth-7 years old primarily in the child-welfare system. 

Suicide Intervention Team provides clinical assessments to Carroll County Youth who are experiencing suicidal ideation.  Linkages to treatment, counseling and family safety plans are provided.  Community awareness, parent and youth education and suicide prevention efforts are  held throughout Carroll County.

After- School Program- the Boys and Girls Club provides after-school programming to at-risk teens at North Carroll Middle and Northwest Middle, modeling the programming at the Boys and Girls Club in Westminster.  Teens are provided academic support, mentors, character and leadership development and enrichment activities designed to engage and support youth as they become young adults. The Sources of Strength program provides the framework for the substance abuse and suicide prevention efforts.