Since our founding in 1991, the Pro Bono Counseling Project has been dedicated to improving access to mental health care in Maryland by matching individuals in need of help with qualified volunteer clinicians and other vital resources.
Essential to that mission is maintaining our ability to connect with people, whether they are seeking care, looking to volunteer, or simply trying to learn more about PBCP, in a modern way. That’s why we are proud to announce the launch of the Pro Bono Counseling Project’s all new website. Built from the ground up to better serve today’s web users, our new site reflects our commitment to taking a modern approach to reaching out to those in need, recruiting new providers, and securing new sources of funding.
What’s new and improved about our site?
- A streamlined approach. Our new site design is guided by the principle that users should have an easy time finding what they need, so we simplified the navigation and cut down on the amount of content to prioritize information that is most relevant and useful to site visitors.
- Mobile friendly design. Today’s audiences are just as likely to access the web from a mobile device as from a desktop PC, and we knew that our new site design had to take this into account. Our new site is fully mobile responsive and suitable for a variety of devices.
- Improved accessibility. The new site was subject to a thorough ADA compliance check, to ensure that those with vision or hearing impairments are still able to access the site.
- Room for growth. Built on a versatile and user-friendly content management system, the new site represents a foundation for future growth. It offers modern functionality and the flexibility to serve as a dedicated online hub for the Pro Bono Counseling Project, whatever the future brings.
We would like to acknowledge the hard work and dedication of the team at Rosie’s Creative, LLC, in seeing this project through to completion, and thank the Middendorf Foundation for their generous grant that made it all possible.