The clinic, conveniently located in Lusby, Maryland, in the southern portion of Calvert County, offers personalized therapy for a wide range of emotional and behavioral issues such as anxiety, depression, grief therapy and parent support.
Born and raised in St. Mary’s County, Jacklyn D. Miles’ tireless 89-year-old mother, Ms. Artina Mary Dotson-Miles, is the CEO’s biggest source of motivation. Inspired by her grit and character, and gifted with her mentorship, Jacklyn, too, has demonstrated leadership to her children by establishing herself as a leader in administrative consulting.
At Broad Creek Kitchens, Bath & Home, conveniently located in Mechanicsville off of Route 235, woodworking is at the core of their remodeling business. Owners Jimmy and Michelle Stinson pride themselves on their unique ability to outfit any home with custom designs and builds.
Built on rejuvenation, The Omni Homestead is a hybrid of old-fashioned luxury, Southern hospitality, charm and modern conveniences. It is a true nature-filled getaway, with historic buildings constructed in 1766 around the natural Hot Springs of Virginia, a full ten years before America’s founding.
The facts are simple: all women are at risk. Ovarian cancer is the fifth leading cause of cancer-related deaths in women, and an estimated one in 75 will develop the disease within her lifetime.
Like breathing, swallowing is an innate part of everyday life. A key element to eating and drinking, it is an action that normally does not have to be taught, yet when broken down, swallowing is a strikingly complex neuromuscular activity combining both the skeletal muscle – the tongue – and the smooth muscles of the pharynx and esophagus.
There is nothing in life that makes a child feel more secure than love, support, safety, and a comfortable home. At CASA of Southern Maryland, every child deserves to feel this way. The compassionate team, comprised mainly of local volunteers and a few organizational staff members, helps make this wish a reality for many Southern Maryland kids in foster care.
For two decades, Shaniqua has been a leader and an inspiration to many – speaking, training, and mentoring women on how to find their true passions and purpose in life.
It all started with a little girl confident and courageous enough to put herself in the mindset that fostered, supported and encouraged her dreams. At a young age, Shaniqua wanted to do something to change the community. She’s always had aspirations to follow what makes her happy, achieve her goals, and to help others do the s...