COVID-19 and How You Can Help

As a direct service provider for people with disabilities, we are currently providing 24/7 direct care assistance to more than 140 of Maryland’s most vulnerable population during this COVID-19 pandemic. Their health and safety is our top priority but we need help. We are in need of masks, face shields, gloves, hand sanitizer, and other… Continue Reading

Golf Classic – POSTPONED

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic Unified is POSTPONING its 15th Annual Golf Classic originally set for Friday, April 17 at the Elkridge Club.  We are currently working with the Club on securing a new date and have every intention of rescheduling and hosting the tournament at some point this summer or early fall.  Once we… Continue Reading

** CORONAVIRUS UPDATE – March 17**

To Unified parents and caregivers: By close of business today (3/17) all Unified Day Programs will close including Cumberland, Hagerstown, Frederick and Crossroads in Middle River through Friday, March 27. We will reassess the situation again on Friday, March 27 at 1:00 p.m. With each update we continue to keep the well-being of those we… Continue Reading

Coronavirus Update

To Unified parents and caregivers: Unified will also close its Frederick Day Program starting Monday, March 16 through Friday, March 20. We will reassess the situation by Friday, March 20 at 1:00 p.m. This decision was made to keep people safe and healthy, as the well-being of those we support remains our top priority. Continue Reading

Coronavirus Update

To Unified parents and caregivers: In light of recent announcements and new measures to contain the Coronavirus, Unified has decided to close its Crossroads Day Program in Middle River and Hagerstown Day Program starting Monday, March 16 through Friday, March 20. We will reassess the situation by Friday, March 20 at 1:00 p.m. This decision… Continue Reading

Delrey School to close

The board of directors of Unified Community Connections has announced that the agency’s Delrey School will close in 2020. “The board has recognized that we can no longer operate our school without sacrificing quality, and, sadly, we have made the difficult decision to close,” said Ellen Milles, chair of the board. In operation since the… Continue Reading

Kathy Poole Receives Can Do Award

“I will always cherish this award,” said Kathy Poole after receiving the 2019 Samuel A. Tucker Memorial Can Do Award at Hoodstock Sweet 16. Kathy has participated in the Frederick Day Program for more than 21 years and lives in a Unified residential home. Born with cerebral palsy and later developing a spastic disorder, Kathy… Continue Reading

Hoodstock SWEET 16 Raises $93,000

On October 19, more than 350 guests decked out in tie-dye and blue jeans attended Hoodstock Sweet 16, a family friendly charity music festival at the American Visionary Art Museum in Baltimore. Event headliner Roses n Russ entertained the crowd with music featuring classic artists from the 1960s and ‘70s with a splash of contemporary.… Continue Reading