House of A.R.M.S
Addiction-Re-entry-Mental Health- Services
The House of A.R.M.S is 24-hour full-service wellness recovery program that provides substance abuse recovery, re-entry, and mental health support to adult men and young adults ages 18-50 in a safe and secure residential environment.
The program utilizes the Tobacco, Alcohol, Prescription medication, and other Substance use (TAPS) Tool, and a combination of Medication-Assisted Treatment and Behavioral Therapy models to successfully reduce recidivism rates among returning citizens, and young adults with identified substance use disorders.
The Ethel Langston
Food Distribution Program
1441 Incorporated collaborates with United Communities Against Poverty (UCAP) to provide non-perishable items for the organization's food pantry. We have given over 300 youth, adults, and families quality meals, gift cards, and donations from local food banks to help alleviate food insecurity in Prince George’s County, MD. Annually we host a food distribution program for the homeless, provide hygiene products, and facilitate a homeless awareness and prevention campout called Campout-6-6.
Need People U Trust (NPUT)
Youth Mentoring Program
NPUT youth mentoring program provides social emotional learning and mentorship to adolescent boys ages 12-24. The program focuses on improving social emotional regulation skills, developing healthy relationships, positive decision-making, and avoiding or reducing interaction with the criminal justice system. Youth that are legally permitted to work are provided access to workforce development training, or GED and higher education courses to complete or continue their academic journey.