History

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Alliance, Inc. brings a rich history of service to the community. From humble beginnings providing job opportunities to people with disabilities, Alliance has grown over the past 30 years to become a leading community behavioral health provider in Maryland offering comprehensive services to individuals and families. Anchored with headquarters in Eastern Baltimore County, Alliance services extend throughout Maryland.

Key Events in Alliance, Inc. History

  • 2016: Alliance merges with Mosaic Community Services
  • 2013: Independent Permanent Supportive Housing Rentals launched through Alliance Real Estate Holdings, LLC
  • 2013: Alliance revises logo to reflect emphasis on Recovery
  • 2012: Alliance becomes affiliate of Sheppard and Enoch Pratt Health System
  • 2012: Adoption of Electronic Health Records
  • 2011: Launch of Supportive Services for Veteran Families program
  • 2011: John Hill becomes CEO
  • 2011: Evidence-based Assertive Community Treatment services begin in Harford County
  • 2011: Forensic mental health services begin at Baltimore County Detention Center
  • 2010: 8th Consecutive 3-Year CARF Accreditation
  • 2010: Tom Sizemore serves as interim CEO
  • 2010: Outpatient Mental Health Clinic opens in Baltimore County
  • 2010: Alliance becomes Center for Excellence in Recovery
  • 2008: Children’s Psychiatric Rehabilitation services begin in Harford County
  • 2005: Kali Mallik retires and board member Phil Taff becomes interim CEO
  • 2003: Mental Health Vocational Program evidence-based practice control site established in Harford County
  • 2003: Targeted Case Management services expand to Baltimore County
  • 2002: Vocational Services expand to Harford County
  • 2001: Glenmore Home for Seniors opens in Baltimore City
  • 2000: Outpatient Mental Health Clinic opens in Harford County
  • 2000: Targeted Case Management services begin in Harford County
  • 1995: Psychiatric Rehabilitation Program expands to Harford County and Baltimore City
  • 1993: Residential Rehabilitation expands to Harford County
  • 1990: Legal name changed to Alliance, Inc.
  • 1989: Achieves first 3-Year CARF Accreditation
  • 1987: Residential Rehabilitation Program in Baltimore County
  • 1985: Business Services begin at Wise Avenue
  • 1984: Psychiatric Rehabilitation Program opens in Baltimore County
  • 1983: Alliance opens for business with job development and placement services at the new Model Work Center, located on Wise Avenue in Dundalk
  • 1982: The Baltimore County Coalition for Handicapped Persons forms a non-profit agency, Baltimore County Economic Development & Rehabilitation Alliance, Inc.