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Humanim Inc.

“I see direct positive results of my work. People's lives are improved by the resources and assistance that Humanim provides,” one staffer wrote.

Humanim’s mission is to help others work and live better. With locations in Baltimore, Columbia and Towson, the nonprofit provides support and employment services to individuals with developmental disabilities and behavioral health challenges. Its services including health and wellness support, community integration, residential and family assistance, case management, customized job placement, job training and supported employment. Humanim is resolved to help its staff work and live better through initiatives such as tuition reimbursement, discounted insurance, and a focus on wellness.

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