About the Maryland Coalition
Our work began in 2009, as a ministry extension of The Samaritan Women and with a focus on victim services. In 2010 we were designated by the Department of Health and Human Services as the Maryland Coalition and expanded our scope to include public awareness, care-giver training, and collaboration with law enforcement on prevention and intervention. We have a heart to unify the Church (and all persons) around a shared vision of eliminating slavery and exploitation in our lifetime.
Jeanne Allert is recognized with the Nonprofit Individual Award for Outstanding Nonprofit Service by the Maryland Chapter of the American Society for Public Administration. Read the full press release here