Vision:

For every resident in Howard County and every family in Howard County public schools to be equally represented in the community and to have equitable access to services and resources.

Mission:

To advance, empower and unite the Chinese and other immigrants in Howard County by advocating for the underrepresented, leading in civic activities, promoting greater community engagement, and supporting integration into the larger community.

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COVID-19 Important Information and Resources

 

If you have a question about COVID-19, please call COVID-19 Hotline, 410-313-6284,  available Monday through Friday, 8:30 am - 4:30 pm.

  • Vaccinations are FREE. Anyone who is part of an eligible age group can register for a vaccine.

  • Pfizer, Moderna and J&J boosters have been authorized by the FDA and CDC for certain individuals.

  • If you received the Johnson & Johnson vaccine, you are eligible for any vaccine booster shot, if you are 18 years of age or older, two months following your initial vaccination.

  • If you received the Pfizer or Moderna* vaccine, the following groups are eligible for any vaccine booster shot six months following your initial vaccination:

    • 65 years and older

    • Age 18+ who live in long-term care settings

    • Age 18+ who have underlying medical conditions

    • Age 18+ who work or live in high-risk settings

  • The Moderna booster shot is half of the initial vaccine dose.

 
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Topic: Howard County Population Characteristics and Growth Management

Time: November 19, 2021 8:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)

Speakers: Jeff Bronow

Jeff Bronow serves as Chief of the Research Division in the Howard County Department of Planning and Zoning (DPZ), where he has been working for the last 21 years.

 

Mr. Bronow will present the results of the recent 2020 Census for Howard County. Some comparisons trends to Maryland and the U.S. will also be offered, as well as select County population characteristics from the Census Bureau’s American Community Survey.

 

In addition, Mr. Bronow will discuss historical and projected population and household growth in Howard County and the County’s growth management law (the Adequate Public Facilities Ordinance also known as APFO).

 

Lastly, he will discuss DPZ’s current work on the County’s General Plan update, HoCo By Design. The General Plan is updating every 10 years, and now is the opportunity to weigh in on the future land use plans for Howard County. Questions and conversation will be welcome.

Zoom Meeting ID: 919 2484 9263

Passcode: 319498

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The Horizon Foundation Mental Health Film Festival continues with our screening of "Each and Every Day" on Monday, 10/18. This documentary explores youth mental health through the eyes of nine participants who have attempted suicide or have struggled with suicidal thoughts.  They share not only challenges, but also their recoveries and hard-won wisdom about what made their life worth living. 

 

Don’t forget to join us for the post-film discussion on 10/18 at 7:05 PM with Emily Her, a recent graduate and author who will share her lived experience; Dawn Duignan, LCSW-C and local mental health provider; and Dr. Shobhit Negi, child and adolescent psychiatrist and clinical director for the juvenile section at the Circuit Court of Baltimore City.

Click here to register. Click here for more details about our panel discussion synopsis and the bio of our three panelists.

Get a full schedule of the film festival.

 
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      STUDENT STORYTELLING COMPETITION
Stories about Asian Americans and Their Contributions

Chinese American Museum in DC is pleased to announce a creative true story essay and short documentary film competition. Winners will be awarded prizes across different categories and will be showcased in a special exhibit at the museum, on its web site, and social media channels.

This competition aims to capture the true stories about Asian Americans and their important role in America. 6-12 grades students in the Washington, DC Metropolitan area are eligible to enter the competition.

Click for detailed information and registration form.

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