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The PGPC staff wears face masks and we encourage you to keep our community healthy by wearing them too!

The Prince George’s Provider Council has launched a website for individuals with disabilities who have goods and services to sell. Please visit www.pgpcpathwaymall.com for beautiful bracelets and wreaths from Lorraine’s Creations, paintings from C.H. Artwork, and baked goods from Michelle’s Morsels.

PGPC's Pathways Mall

Please join us in thanking the sponsors of our Quarterly Leadership Sessions.

The COVID-19 pandemic has proven to be an extraordinary challenge for our Member Agencies and the people that we serve. To continue to support our Members we are hosting Quarterly Leadership Sessions virtually during Fiscal Year 2021 that are designed to give our Members and other Maryland DDA agency leaders the tools they needed during this time. Please join us in thanking the following sponsors of these sessions: ALCO Pharmacy, iCareManager, and TriBridge Partners


To advocate, collaborate, and educate for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities.

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Provider Council members at the MACS 2020 legislative breakfast

Upcoming Events

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Drive-by Retirement Celebration
Special thanks to the staff at CALMRA, Inc. in Laurel, MD for hosting the “Drive-by Retirement Celebration” for our very own Bea Rodgers. Over 20 provider agencies from across Prince George’s County, MD participated by making posters, decorating their vehicles, and getting in-line to wish Bea well. Here are a few of our favorite images and retirement quotes.… + Read More
New Horizons COVID-19 Clinic
We continue to applaud the efforts of our members who are on the front lines of the fight against COVID-19. For example, New Horizons held a COVID-19 vaccination clinic in conjunction with DDA Southern Region and Rite Aid Pharmacy at their facility in Cheverly, MD. Vaccinations were first administered on April 6 & 7 with second doses given on May 4 & 5. On April 6, New Horizons even got hands-on support from the Mayor of the Town of Cheverly, Laila Riazi, who volunteered at the registration desk. Kudos to all those who are working to get us back to normal.… + Read More