Pauline Rose Moore, author of “Gabriella & Samantha’s New Mom,” spreads message about recovery at Family Service Foundation, Inc. event in Landover Hills
By Jonathon Clinkscales
Family Service Foundation (FSF) is a nonprofit human service organization dedicated to meeting the mental health and social support needs of people across Maryland.
We provide mental health services, substance abuse counseling; community residential programs for those with developmental disabilities and/or severe mental illness; and day habilitation.
FSF specializes in serving deaf and deaf-blind individuals with developmental disabilities or mental health concerns. Full-time interpreters fluent in American Sign Language are available at all locations.
Headquartered in, in Prince George’s County, we have satellite offices and programs in and , as well as Montgomery County.”
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Dear Friend of FSF,
My family usually sends out a Christmas letter this time of year – highlights of the year, what family
members accomplished at school and work, where we went on vacation and family we visited. In a
sense, our family here at Family Service Foundation is doing the same by means of this holiday letter.
During this season, we share what we are thankful for, what brings us joy, and what we are hopeful for
in the new year. READ MORE…