Aunt Bob's Kitchen
A work in progress, this is Barbara's vision for bringing a soup kitchen to the southern Maryland area that serves organic and nutritious food to those without shelter. Using the name that her family and friends affectionately call her, Aunt Bob hopes to bring proper nutrition to those in need in her community.
The Catherine Foundation provides free counseling, pregnancy tests, and childbirth and parenting classes. They help those in need with education and guidance through childbirth in a confidential manner.
Christian Legal Society
"CLS is a membership organization of Christian attorneys, judges, paralegals, law students, and other legal professionals dedicated to serving Jesus Christ through the practice of law, defense of religious freedom, and provision of legal aid to the needy."
Gabriel Project is another childbirth assistance organization. If you are pregnant, in need, or know someone who is in need of assistance, contact Gabriel Project to get the help you need. They are committed to protecting the unborn and the expecting mother.
This provides a link to the circuit, district, and appellate courts of Maryland. Go to their website for more information on Maryland's Judiciary, court forms, jury service, and more services.
Maryland Volunteer Lawyers Service
"MVLS provides free (and in some cases low cost) legal representation to Marylanders with limited income. We also provide free legal help for community-based nonprofits that are working to strengthen low-income communities in Maryland."
McCarthy, Winkelman & Morrow LLP
Barbara now routinely refers personal injury and criminal matters to the Law Office of Michael Winkelman.
4201 Northview Drive, Suite 410, Bowie, MD 20716-2668
T: 301-262-7422 F: 301-262-0562
Pro Bono Resource Center of Maryland
"The Pro Bono Resource Center of Maryland, Inc.., (PBRC) is the statewide coordinator of volunteer legal services. Our mission is to promote equal access to justice in Maryland by coordinating and supporting volunteer civil legal services, providing resources and support for legal advocates for the poor, and promoting cooperation within the legal community."
Ret. Judge Ahalt's Alternative Dispute Resolution
Ret. Judge Ahalt spent 28 years on the bench and has conducted over 20,000 settlement conference facilitations. He has now begun a private practice of dispute resolution, and has conducted over 1000 mediations and arbitrations. Judge Ahalt is a certified civil mediator in Maryland and is listed as a mediator on the approved Statewide Panels for Business & Technology and Health Care Malpractice cases and for eleven circuit courts.