our internal program
Started on 3/30/17, this club promotes unity among staff and persons served, by increasing everyone’s awareness, acceptance and appreciation of diverse cultures, their religions, and cuisines. Meets on the last Thursday of every month.
Frontline assists persons served with a philanthropic bent of mind to feed the hungry and assist in their own humble way, to provide nourishment to the less fortunate.
Meets once a month to foster the appreciation of art and propel artistic growth in persons with disabilities.
Meets in the summer months to engage people in outdoor activities. This club comprises staff members and persons served and helps build awareness of the fundamentals of the game, encourages compassion for people with disabilities, promotes good sportsmanship and respect for all participants. The club emphasizes fun and teamwork
This is a forum that encourages the venting of past hurt and trauma. It empowers victims of abuse and neglect to release themselves from the guilt and regrets of the past, recognize that they are not alone, identify areas of growth, learn coping skills that energize them to face life with hope and self-confidence. Meets every alternate Monday.
Started on May 24, 2017, The club aims at building strong minds, bodies, and spirits. Our dance sessions provide a safe and productive medium for expressing personal stories, challenges, and triumphs, while also teaching dance techniques, self-confidence, social graces, and self-acceptance. This group provides active encouragement and mentoring from Frontline’s talented staff. Meets every Wednesday.
Started on 8/10/16, this forum provides an opportunity for our men – young, middle aged and old to talk about ‘Man’ interests, challenges, and anxieties in a free and uncensored setting. The meetings allow our men to get better acquainted with each other and to foster mentoring relationships with our Male staff. Meets once a month
Frontline Community Services, recognized in the greater Washington D.C. area for dedicated supports and services to people with intellectual and developmental disabilities (ID/DD). The agency has a proven track record of person-centered planning and effective program implementation.
The Frontline team supports persons with disabilities to make strides in life; supporting them from dependence to the highest level of independence; as persons who have a contribution to make to the communities of which they are a part.
11720 Beltsville Drive, Suite 700, Beltsville, MD 20705.