TheWISEorg's Client Services We offers a wide and flexibility array of services to our clients.  Each of our services are unique, in that they are based on the client population being serviced at that time, circumstances, location, time/duration, etc. Below is our "Becoming WISE 101" Program.

AT PRESENT- This CLASS is ONLY offered at our Baltimore City location. This course is for women in need of social service assistance in addition to Mental health development. Our Mental Mobility 101 course is offered at our Anne Arundel county, Prince George's County and Washington, DC locations. Our Mental Mobility course does not include social service assistance.

The Becoming W.I.S.E Program:
Educational, Resources, Skill and Mental Development

Our“Becoming WISE” Educational, Resources, Skill and Mental development program is comprised of four categories:
          1) Legal/Health Development Services,
          2) Smart Goal and Achievement Services;
          3) Workforce and Career-College Admission Services; and
4) Pre/Post Support Services

This is a 10 weeks program (in Baltimore City) offered once in our Spring and Fall semesters.  Enrollment is based on an extensive vetting process.  Acceptance is based on a set of criteria which assists us in ensuring our clients’ success within the program.  Applicants not qualifying for our program are automatically referred to one of our many Resource-partners to receive Pre-Support Services.  This program promotes Mental Mobility.  We target women, suffering from Mild to Moderate mental illness(es), who feel a sense of “Brokenness” “Stuck” “Depression” “Hopelessness” “Anxious” and more. 

Our Legal/Health Development Services – Provides onsite professional medical support services from licensed physicians and therapists/psychologists for our clients within a vast array of specialized (in-class or on-site) activities, workshops and sessions; further, participants are provided legal assistance including but not limited to services, counseling and resources from our partnered attorneys.

Our Smart Goal-setting and Achievement ServicesProviding individualizes support identifying, setting and achieving specific goals within the 8 weeks program.  Participants are provided tools and resources to support their success in achieving their goal at the conclusion of the program.  Pre and Post assessment are provided to measure each outcome.

Our Workforce and Career-College Admission Services – Through our Partnership and Articulation agreements- participants chose to enter into (1) an Employment Readiness Training Program specializing in Workforce development- Completers are assigned a Job Coach (80% gain employment), Professional wear (if needed, for Interviewing) and more; or (2) Career-College specializing in several disciplines such as Allied Health (Medical Billing, Medical Assistant, etc.) and more.  Through this service- students are placed in an externship program for which 75% are hired as a result (must be a high school graduate of have a GED to qualify for programs offered within Career College).  Not a high school graduate?  We will help facilitate the process to getting you enrolled in The Penn Foster High school diploma Program.

Our Pre/Post Support Services – Offering Pre-support services for prospective clients not immediately-qualifying for our “Becoming WISE” development program.  Providing Post Support serves for our Program COMPLETERS!

Why Care?  Why should you become a W.I.S.E participant? Not only do participants have access to the resources needed for legal, mental, physical educational and workforce development- they’ll receive individual assistance in developing and achieving identified goals.  Remember: Success is as powerful as your network!  Each week participants will receive an incentive of some sort (blessings, gifts, etc.); continental Breakfast provided each week.  Completers will be celebrated with a “Completion Brunch/Ceremony” on the 10th week of class.  This is a Free program.

Our Fall 2018 Cohort!

Sign-Up to be interviewed for our next Cohort Today!

Classes start: September 8th – November 10th 2018
Classes are held once a week (Saturday mornings from 10:15am-1pm)
in Baltimore MD.
Any women experiencing mild to moderate mental illnesses such as:
depression, anxiety, PTSD, sadness, hopelessness, grieve, etc.
are encouraged to apply!