Project Encompass, Inc. is a non-profit social service agency serving the greater Howard County area that was founded by Claryn Burnett and two friends in 2007 though she was a resident of Georgia during that time. Project Encompass Inc. began as a referral service to assist women with the identification of adequate interim housing and supportive programs and tools that are designed to support their physical, emotional and spiritual specific needs as they transition from unhealthy environments, substance abuse and exhibition of anti-social behaviors.
Upon relocating to Maryland in the late Spring of 2014, Claryn discovered that there was a great need in Howard County for a transitional home for women who needed the support and encouragement that Project Encompass could provide. As a result of that need, Claryn identified a home in Howard County known as the “House of Rahab” to fulfill the dream of helping women through provision of a safe haven that enables them to begin the rebuilding of their lives in a supportive and encouraging environment that seeks to mitigate potentially life-long negative effects of their situations. Project Encompass provides transitional housing and a creative support system of programs that promote education, spiritual guidance, life skills, conflict resolution and job readiness to overcome unhealthy environments, substance abuse and anti-social behavioral barriers associated with addictive behavior to mitigate the potentially life-long negative effects of their environments..
Project Encompass, Inc. has acquired their second residence “House of Deborah” located in Howard County, MD. Both houses are constantly in need of the following items:
• Monetary Donations.
• Various miscellaneous items, i.e., Paper products (Toilet paper, Paper towels)
•. Life skill moderators(speakers) time to share life’s coping mechanism