Improving access to Care for Prince George’s County residents living with Sickle Cell Disease

Prince George’s County
Access
To
High-quality
Sickle Cell Care

THE VOICES OF PATHS

Introducing The PATHS Program

The PATHS Project is a program in Prince George’s County focused on addressing the social determinants of health in the sickle cell community. Do you know someone with sickle cell disease who lives in Prince George’s County? Sickle cell warriors and their families need more than medical care. PATHS provides transportation, food vouchers, and other support services. Learn more at PGCPATHS.org or call 443-490-5177.
Improving access to care

What We Do

PATHS is committed to helping sickle cell warriors in Prince George’s County access the top-tier clinical services and community support they deserve.

Access to Resources

PATHS, through MSCDA community health workers, provides access to social services that many people with SCD need, such as:
Call 443-490-5177, or click the button below, for more information.

Adult Sickle Cell Clinic

UM Capital Region Health’s dedicated Adult Sickle Cell Clinic in Largo offers:
Call 240-677-2206 to make an appointment, or click the button below to learn more.
program availability

Eligibility

This program is available to all sickle cell warriors, or sickle cell caregivers, who are residents of Prince George’s County.
bringing together champions of sickle cell disease

Our Partners

We have brought together area champions of sickle cell disease to increase awareness and ease the stigma and suffering of those living with this debilitating genetic disease. Our partners include:
Funding is provided by the Maryland Health Equity Resource Communities Act. Program administered by the Maryland Community Health Resources Commission. The views presented are those of the grantee organization, not necessarily those of the Commission, its Commissioners, or its staff.
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