Debates on non-binary gender identities covering topics ranging from bathroom bills and educational curriculum to Sam Smith and Caitlyn Jenner have been grounded in assumptions of a binary biological classification of sex, with the supposition that gender fluidity is fundamentally unsupported by the sex-binary. Except, sex isn’t binary. This presentation will illustrate the differences between the identification of sex and gender and establish that the biological reality of non-binary sex has always been part of humanity.
This grant will utilize funds to make improvements to your home to help reduce monthly utility bills, improve home comfort and home indoor air-quality, as well as eliminate some health and safety issues. An Energy Assessment is performed on the home to determine what upgrades can be done by the grant to lower the energy bills. Upgrades may include attic insulation, air-sealing, duct-sealing, replacement or repair to cooling and heating equipment or water heaters, or replacement of older, non-energy star appliances. The grant pays the cost of the energy assessment and the upgrades.
The Community Action Council of Howard County (CAC) provides access to nutritious food through the operation of its Howard County Food Bank and the support food pantries throughout Howard County, as well as by assisting clients with their SNAP (Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program) applications. In addition, CAC operates a Community Garden, which provides locally grown, organic produce to clients of the Howard County Food Bank.
The Community Action Council of Howard County (CAC) offers financial support to families that are struggling with electric and fuel costs through our energy assistance program. CAC’s weatherization assistance program permanently reduces energy bills by making the home more energy efficient. CAC’s housing assistance program provides one-time financial support to prevent eviction or assist with rent.
Howard County Recreation and Parks is offering versions of some of its popular classes and programs online.
Check out https://www.howardcountymd.gov/athomewithhocorec for a full list.
Howard County Recreation & Parks offers online and in-person programs for Howard County residents and visitors of all ages and interests.
Aquatics, Adventure, Nature & Outdoors, Chess, Cooking, Crafts & Fine Arts, Dance, Language, Music & Theater Arts, Personal Development & Enrichment, School's Out Programs, Science & Technology, Sports, and Therapeutic Recreation & Inclusion Services.
Are you looking for volunteer opportunities in Howard County? The Howard County Volunteers web portal is an easy-to-use resource for local volunteer activities. From outdoor maintenance projects to virtual programs, we have something for everyone. For a list of upcoming opportunities, visit https://hocovolunteer.org.
Classes accessible for free through the library.
(Note: Some classes require the entry with your library card by logging in to the Howard County Library System website with your library card and PIN. While branches are closed, students and/or parents/guardians without a current HCLS library card may request one online.) – Classes in Language, Computer Skills, Art, Music, Test Prep classes and more!
The Howard County Lacrosse Program is searching for volunteer coaches. Coaches will be provided training, in order to set them on the path to success. All requests will be reviewed but may not be honored.
Starts mid-March 2021
NFRC Clinical Programs: Support groups; KidsConnex educational program; individual and family therapy
The National Family Resiliency Center (NFRC) is a Comprehensive Mental Health Center Offering an Array of Therapy Services & Support Groups for All Ages.
Our licensed counselors have decades-long experience working with individuals and families who are affected by family transitions. You don't have to go through it alone. Our therapists will help you and/or your family move through each stage of the transition and accept that change is a normal part of life.