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Hoodstock XVIII back IN PERSON!

Mark your calendars for Hoodstock XVIII back IN PERSON at a NEW VENUE on Saturday, October 23! Hoodstock is a grass roots music festival with its roots based on the rock/folk music scene of the late ’60s and early ’70s mixed with contemporary music.  Originally founded in 2004 as a neighborhood event before its popularity made all…

Unified Names Amy Kreitz CEO

Unified Community Connections has named Amy Kreitz as president and CEO, effective May 29. Kreitz brings more than 20 years of experience in nonprofit leadership, including serving most recently as chief operating officer for Unified Community Connections. “I am honored for the opportunity to serve as CEO of Unified Community Connections and excited to work with the…

15th Annual Golf Classic Set for April 26

We are happy to share that Unified’s 15th Annual Golf Classic, presented by Dimensional Health Care Associates, Inc., is back on for 2021!  As you know, we had to reschedule and then ultimately cancel our tournament last year due to the coronavirus.  Well, this year we are BACK and excited to have our tournament scheduled for Monday,…

Unified Community Connections

Connecting people with disabilities to life’s possibilities

Unified Community Connections is a private, nonprofit organization that serves, assists and advocates for children and adults with cerebral palsy and other physical disabilities. Headquartered in Sparks, Md., Unified Community Connections has four satellite centers throughout Maryland, enabling the organization to provide programs and services throughout the state. Learn more about us.

The services and programs of Unified Community Connections operate on a nondiscriminatory basis. They are subject to the provisions of Title VI of the 1964 Civil Rights Act, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, the Age Discrimination Act of 1975 and the Hill Burton Act. These acts prohibit discrimination on the basis of race, color, national origin, age and disability. Unified Community Connections’ nondiscriminatory position applies to employment, admissions, provisions of services, assignment of services, granting of privileges, accommodations, and opportunity to participate in programs and activities.