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Brentwood Manor Assisted Living
Mary Carter

We’ve combined the comforts of an upscale home with the benefits of assisted living. Residents get assistance with eating, hygiene, and medication administration. We provide an environment promoting participation in stimulating activities, and social engagements.

301-374-2364
African American
Calvert County Chamber of Commerce
Bob Carpenter

The mission of the Calvert County Chamber of Commerce is to be the
influential voice of business, creating economic vitality by promoting
the business community and its members.

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(410) 535-2577
(443) 295-7213
African American, American Indian/Native American, Asian, Hispanic, Physically/Mentally Disabled, Women
Calvert County Minority Business Alliance
Bryant Parker

CCMBA’s Mission…

Educate, assist, and develop its members;
Provide training and education opportunities;
Act as a liaison to local, state & federal policymakers;
Recommend programs and services that increase the County’s business tax base
Provide opportunities to market and expand one’s business

The Goals of the organization are…

To promote a better understanding of our private enterprise system.
To create minority business opportunities in the residential consumer market, private sector, and with local, state and federal government agencies.
To act as an advocate for minority business and coordinate the efforts of commerce and industry to maintain and strengthen a sound healthy climate in Calvert County and Southern Maryland.
To act as liaison to local, state and federal policy makers and provide the Calvert County minority business owner’s business perspective in the legislative decision-making process.
To conduct regular educational seminars and workshops for members. Topics range from financial planning, marketing and business management.
To provide the means for effective networking sessions as well as member presentations that promote and highlight their business.

Charles County Chamber of Commerce
Betsy Burian

The Charles County Chamber of Commerce provides leadership in supporting and promoting the free enterprise system through business development, education, and sound ethical values for the benefit of our members and our communities.

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301-932-6500
301-932-3945
African American, American Indian/Native American, Asian, Hispanic, Physically/Mentally Disabled, Women
Concerned Black Women of Calvert County

CBW is a problem solving group by using programmatic action, dissemination of information, networking to connect people in need with resources and services, cultural influence by sharing our heritage and its impact on today’s society, training and personal development.

African American, Women
Edward Holland

Southern Maryland Homeowners Association Federation
Veterans Democratic Club of Charles County and Vicinity

301.848.3476
African American
Last Mile Broadband LLC
President and COO

Last Mile Broadband, LLC was formed to build wired (fiber) and wireless broadband networks to provide low cost high-speed Internet and other broadband services to unserved, underserved and rural communities in Maryland. Contact us to let us put our experience to work for your community.

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301-706-5433
Veteran/Retired Veteran/Disabled American Veteran
Leap Forward, Inc.
President

Rhonda Thomas

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410.535.1803 | 301.509.3872
African American, Women
Michelle Evans
Michelle Evans

Counseling

301-535-4603
African American, Women
Ruth’s Miracle Group Home Foundation
Veronica Alston

Ruth’s Miracle Group Home (RMGH) mission is to meet the immediate needs of homelessness and to address concerns of physical and substance abuse that exit in the lives of Women who are struggling to overcome mental influences and emotional scars encountered as a result of domestic violence, drug use, alcohol addiction or incarceration.

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(443) 295-7160
Women
Tri-County Council for Southern Maryland (TCCSMD)

The Tri-County Council for Southern Maryland (TCCSMD) serves as a forum for the discussion and resolution of issues affecting the Southern Maryland Region.  The Council selects, advocates and advances those activities, which will best serve the interests of all the people of Southern Maryland.  These activities promote the social and economic development of the Region, environmental protection; include research, information management, and the preparation of a regional plan.

The TCCSMD is committed to ensuring that no person is excluded from participation in or denied the benefits of its services on the basis of race, color or national origin, as protected by Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964.

http://www.tccsmd.org