IDENTITY ACCESS PROJECT
MISSION & HISTORY
Identity Access Project (IAP) removes the barrier of ID, providing opportunities to those in need.
After working for multiple nonprofits that serve at-risk populations, Founder Marybeth Moran established IAP in 2020 to address the need for this niche service providing identity access to disadvantaged individuals.
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4. Mayor’s Office of Homeless Services (2020). Understanding the 2020 Point in Time Count. Baltimore City’s Continuum of Care. https://homeless.baltimorecity.gov/hmis/read-2020-point-time-count
5. Mayor’s Office of Homeless Services (2019). Baltimore City Continuum of Care 2019 PIT Count Report.