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New Paper Details the Bupenorphine Program in Baltimore

OSI-Baltimore is very pleased to share a new report, “Using Buprenorphine to Treat Opioid Addiction.” The report describes OSI’s approach and experiences in introducing and establishing buprenorphine as a new treatment modality to address the public health crisis of addiction. READ MORE »
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Holistic Me After School Program

Holistic Me is an after school program for Baltimore City students helping them manage stress and anxiety by introducing the concepts of yoga, mindfulness, meditation, centering and breath work READ MORE »
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Punishing the Poor: The Opening of #unconvicted

Please join OSI-Baltimore for #unconvicted, a photographic exhibit which documents the plight of pretrial detainees, many of whom are locked up for weeks or months without being convicted of any crime because of the cash bail system, which penalizes the poor for their economic status. READ MORE »
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OSI-Baltimore Announces Solutions Summit, November 12

Four days after Election Day, OSI-Baltimore will convene Baltimore residents for a free full-day public event, called Solutions Summit, to create a consensus blueprint for the new mayor and city council. READ MORE »

As the third trial in the death of Freddie Gray ends without a conviction, it’s clearer than ever that the injustices Mr. Gray’s case represents will not be resolved in a court room, but with long-term, sustained work to uproot…

A better understanding of Baltimore will lead to better policing. That’s the idea behind “The History of Baltimore,” a speaker series developed by Police Commissioner Kevin Davis after last year’s uprising as a way to give police officers a better understanding of…

“Has anything changed?” OSI-Baltimore Director Diana Morris asks this pointed question in an op-ed published in today’s Baltimore Sun. She is reflecting, of course, on the year that has passed since the arrest of Freddie Gray, his death in police custody and the…

Change is happening in Baltimore

Posted on January 8th, 2016 at 4:01 pm

Don’t miss OSI-Baltimore’s year-end video, which focuses on the opportunities that arose out of the uprising in 2015. Open Society Institute Baltimore – Be The Change from Open Society Baltimore on Vimeo.

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