Building Communities Today for Tomorrow, Inc.
Since our start-up in May of the year 2000, BCTT has grown through our interaction with the community and matured through this experience.
This year BCTT will prepare for our next decade of service to those who are at risk.
Please check out this video to see how our history is driving our future at BCTT.
CARF® accreditation signals a service provider's commitment to continually improving services, and serving the community. It assures the public of a provider's commitment to continually enhance the quality of services and programs with a focus on the satisfaction of the persons served.
BCTT serves children, adolescents, adults, and seniors in the Greater Baltimore Metropolitan area who are at risk of removal from their home, the community, or who are transitioning from residential settings back into the community.
BCTT will improve the quality of life for individuals in order to make our communities a better place for all. People from all walks of life need assistance in one form or another without regard to race, creed, religion, orientation, economics, or disability.
Building Communities Today for Tomorrow, Inc. (BCTT) acts as a catalyst for building and developing one community at a time, by striving for innovations and excellence in the delivery of services to empower and strengthen our community’s most valuable resource: . . . . THE PEOPLE
Our Psychiatric Rehabilitation Program (PRP) facilitates the development of an individual’s independent living and social skills, including the individual’s ability to make informed decisions about life choices and create opportunities for realization of goals that are sustainable.
PRP services are conducted on‐site at our facility and in the client’s natural environment (i.e. home, school, and other community sites) and focus on support and assistance.
Clients who are developmentally disabled, intellectually limited, or seriously emotionally disturbed may be referred to our Therapeutic Behavioral Services (TBS) Program. These clients must be in need of one‐on‐one behavioral interventions in their homes in order to remain in the community. All TBS services are provided in the client's home.
We believe each youth has unique circumstances and precipitating factors which may dictate success or failure. To address problem areas while enhancing strengths, we employ community care coordinators that are well trained and engage each youth based upon specific needs.
We believe each child should be offered social, emotional, recreational, and educational fulfillment to overcome any obstacles and achieve a better quality of life.
The goal of School Based Therapeutic Behavior Services is to assist a child to be successful in the School Based Setting.
The IEP (Individualized Education Plan) identifies the student’s specific needs and includes:
To provide intensive community based supervision, monitoring, crisis intervention, case management and advocacy services for Youth in the state of Maryland who would otherwise be detained at a secure detention facility.
One Love Group Home, a Residential Transition Age Youth Service License by the Department of Juvenile Services, offers a comprehensive program that provides life skills, mental health treatment, and support services for male adolescents age 16‐20 in a structured group home environment.
We require that residents participate in educational and vocational programs as well as community service and healthy recreational activities. With an emphasis on creative and holistic program components, we seek to nurture and empower so that our residents are able to fully participate in and give back to their communities.
BCTT's Wraparound Business Model and service program offers an array of customized fee for service options for vendors and families to choose from. The services include one on one staffing, mentoring, case management, advocacy and family services which are offered through a fee for service contract agreement.
These services are crucial to families that are without healthcare insurance or do not meet the medical necessity criteria of health insurance providers. Wraparound services can habilitate, rehabilitate, stabilize and unify divided families and support families and individuals in the community
BCTT provides a variety of mental health services on a contractual basis to organizations and programs. These include the following:
The following types of problems can be addressed:
School conflicts, Behavior problems at school or home, Post traumatic stress, Anxiety, Depression or other mood disorders, Grief and loss, Problem solving, Life changes, Peer and social conflicts, Personal goal setting
Building Communities Today for Tomorrow, Inc. (BCTT), in business since May, 2000, is a private minority owned and operated corporation serving children, adolescents, adults, and seniors in the Greater Baltimore Metropolitan area who are at risk of removal from the home, community, or who are transitioning from residential settings back into the community.
BCTT's motto “Real Issues Deserve Real Work” is symbolic of the dedication of its employees to providing a variety of services in the client's natural environment to enhance productive functioning and progress in their day-to-day lives.
BCTT's principle place of business is 2901 Druid Park Drive Suite A # 207 in Baltimore, Maryland 21215. It comprises 1800 square feet of newly renovated office space.
Housing all of BCTT's administrative and some programmatic services, this location also provides adequate conference and meeting space for technical assistance workshops, seminars, conferences, treatment programs and routine business contacts.
The centralized location provides accessibility to residents and facilitates referral/community linkage throughout the greater Baltimore metropolitan area.
Supported by human services and administrative staff, BCTT has leveraged its current staff of 45 full and part-time employees to substantially expand its clientele since opening its doors in 2000.
Senior program managers with programmatic responsibilities in key business areas are intimately involved in devising and enforcing solutions to challenges that inevitably arise.
The real-world results of BCTT's programs are continuously evaluated and fed back to the CEO and Board of Directors for consideration in critical strategic planning.
BCTT Baltimore City Administrative Office
2901 Druid Park Drive,
Baltimore, MD 21215
Phone: (410) 467-6600
Fax: (410) 225-9110
Hours: Mon - Fri: 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
2901 Druid Park Dr, Baltimore, Maryland 21215, United States