• The Grassroots Day Resource Center assists the chronically homeless

  • Wegmans donated supplies for motel boxes

  • Community Members show support for Grassroots with a race

  • The Grassroots Day Resource Center named 2012 Howard County Nonprofit Volunteer Organization Of The Year

  • Students launch Change Matters

Welcome to Grassroots. We are a 24-hour resource to individuals and families in need.  These are men, women and children who find themselves without a place to sleep. These are co-workers, schoolmates, friends and even family who may be contemplating suicide. These are members of the community who are experiencing a crisis and are seeking help, crisis intervention counseling, and sometimes just a roof. We are an emergency, a 24-hour phone and walk-in crisis center and an educational resource for all. We’re proud to serve Howard County and other nearby communities.

Grassroots HOLIDAY WISH LIST for 2015

HOLIDAY WISH LIST 2015 (Please deliver items by Monday, December 21, 2015) Thank you for your interest in helping out those in need during the holiday season. Items can be dropped off any time at our main location at 6700 Freetown Road in Columbia. Please be sure to fill out a donation slip so that… Continue Reading

Spin for Life Honors Memory of Taylor Perdue, Raises $1,800 for Grassroots

Spin for Life Honors Memory of Taylor Perdue, Raises $1,800 for Grassroots

Spin for Life, a fundraiser in memory of Elkridge resident and recent Long Reach High School graduate Taylor Perdue, who lost her life to suicide in July, raised over $1,800 for Grassroots Crisis Intervention Center. Grassroots assisted the family after Taylor’s death. The fundraiser was held at Quest Fitness in Ellicott City, where Taylor’s mother,… Continue Reading

Ride With The Heroes Attracts 350 Motorcyclists

Ride With The Heroes Attracts 350 Motorcyclists

The motorcycle ride to benefit Grassroots Crisis Intervention Center and the International Critical Incident Stress Foundation (ICISF) hosted by the Howard County Police Department and the Howard County Department of Fire & Rescue was a huge success. “Riding with the Heroes,” a ceremonial police-escorted ride led by members of the military, veterans, police, fire and… Continue Reading