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Robert J Fuller House

Address:
3470 Rockefeller Ct
Waldorf, MD 20602

Map & Directions

(8 Miles Away - Go to: Waldorf, MD Financial Assistance)

Telephone:
(301) 645-2933

Website:
http://www.lifestylesofmd.org

Services:
TRANSITIONAL SHELTER: Provides emergency and transitional shelter services for a maximum of 20 homeless men for up to one year in Charles County. Participants receive two meals per day, case management services, supportive services such as workforce development training, budgeting, and soft skills services.

Eligibility:
Homeless Men ages 18 and older last residing in Charles County, MD who have a referral from Charles County DSS. Adults Males

Documents To Bring:
Call for information.


Still I Rise Inc

Address:
9015 Woodyard Rd
Clinton, MD 20735

Map & Directions

(9 Miles Away - Go to: Clinton, MD Financial Assistance)

Telephone:
(301) 868-4903

Website:
http://www.stillirisemd.org

Services:
OVERVIEW: Provides counseling, job assistance and food to minority and other females who are victims/survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, and human trafficking. - - SERVICES: - 1) COUNSELING: Crisis intervention counseling (individual and group) and empowerment seminars. - - 2) JOB: Provides education and job readiness training to those in need. - - 3) FOOD: Offers food and clothing assistance as needed - - 4) REFERRALS: Offers referrals for housing and legal support services to minority and other females who are victims/survivors of domestic violence. - - 5). ANGER MANAGEMENT CLASSES: Offers court ordered anger management classes that last 10 weeks. The fee for the anger management class is $400. - - These programs are led by professionally trained teams of clergy, licensed social workers, psychologists, fitness/nutrition experts and other educators. -

Eligibility:
Minority and other females who are victims/survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, and human trafficking.

Documents To Bring:
None.


LifeStyles of Maryland, Inc.: Services for Life

Address:
101 Catalpa Dr #103
La Plata, MD 20646

Map & Directions

(11 Miles Away - Go to: La Plata, MD Financial Assistance)

Telephone:
(301) 609-9900

Website:
http://www.lifestylesofmd.org

Services:
OVERVIEW: Provides temporary, emergency shelter, health education, and financial and supportive assistance to individuals and families in Charles and St. Mary's Counties. Satellite Office at 21815-D Three Notch Road, Lexington Park, MD 20653 is open Tuesday-Thursday from 9:30AM-5PM. - - SERVICES: - 1) TAX ASSISTANCE 2018: Provides assistance as a VITA tax site, open by appointment only Mon– Fri, and every other Sat until Apr 18th. Household incomes must be less than $54,000. Call during normal business hours 9:30AM-5PM CALL 1-866-293-0623 to schedule an appointment. - - 2) SUBSIDIES TO FAMILIES: Offers emergency assistance with utilities, prescriptions and housing. - - 3) HEALTHY LIFESTYLES: Educates about cancer prevention, and provides outreach and education and HIV/AIDS support services. - - 4) SAFE NIGHTS: Provides temporary shelter from October 1 - mid-April. Free to participants, includes transportation, housing and food (Charles County Only). - - 5) FOOD AND CLOTHING: Provide a daily food pantry, clothing closet, and meals throughout the day for homeless individuals. - - 6) DROP-IN CENTER: Provide on-site showers, laundry, warming/cooling station, mailing address, case management, and street outreach for homeless persons to access. - - 7) HOUSING SERVICES: Provide emergency, transitional, and domestic violence safe housing for Charles and St. Mary's families. Also provides rapid re-housing funding for Southern Maryland homeless households. - - 8) TRANSITIONAL HOUSING FOR MEN: Operates the Robert J. Fuller Transitional House for Men. Offers emergency and transient shelter for male Charles County residents. 301-645-2933 for application process. - - 9) TRANSPORTATION: Provide low to moderate income Southern Maryland residents with disabilities and seniors subsidized transportation throughout Southern Maryland and the DC metro region. - - DONATIONS: Accepts clothing, household goods, non-perishable food items, and monetary donations. -

Eligibility:
Southern Maryland residents. Some programs are geographic specific.

Documents To Bring:
Picture ID, proof of income.


ALIVE! Child Development Center

Address:
2723 King St
Alexandria, VA 22302

Map & Directions

(11 Miles Away - Go to: Alexandria, VA Financial Assistance)

Telephone:
(703) 837-9300

Website:
http://www.alive-inc.org

Services:
ALIVE! is a nonprofit organization dedicated to helping people faced with emergency situations or long-term needs become capable of assuming self-reliant roles in the community,and has been organized to provide the needy of Alexandria, Virginia, with food, furniture, housewares, emergency financial assistance, temporary shelter, and child care; www.alive-inc.org.

--Family Emergency Program provided financial assistance for rent, utilities, medicines, transportation and miscellaneous costs to meet 2,197 requests for assistance, with $186,842 --Food Pantry collected $39,816 worth of donated food and made 1,079 deliveries of emergency three-day supplies of food to help 2,255 individuals. --Last Saturday Food Distribution Program gave out 309,367 pounds of food to almost 5,518 households of 14,417 individuals in one year in cooperation with the Capital Area Food Bank. --Child Development Center provided nationally accredited full-day preschool and childcare to support 115 low-income families and their children. --Furniture Program collected and delivered over $75,460 worth of donated furniture to serve 294 families needing beds, dressers, tables, chairs and other basic household necessities. --Housewares Program provided basic household items, which included over 1,100 kitchen items, bed linens, blankets, etc?to serve over 250 households last year. --ALIVE! House provided temporary shelter, case management and life skills training for 31 individuals in the past year, mostly women and children. --www.alive-inc.org


Love me or hate me, but spare me your indifference.

-- John Galsworthy

RPJ Housing Development Corporation

Address:
8 W Nelson Ave # B1
Alexandria, VA 22301

Map & Directions

(11 Miles Away - Go to: Alexandria, VA Financial Assistance)

Telephone:
(703) 549-7170

Website:
http://www.rpjhousing.org

Services:
RPJ Housing is a non-profit organization that strengthens communities across Northern Virginia by preserving and developing decent, affordable housing to address the needs of limited income individuals and families. They also provide services to persons with special needs, including life-threatening illnesses and intellectual and physical disabilities.

RPJ Housing operates 373 affordable rental-housing units at fourteen locations in Fairfax County (VA), three locations in Arlington County (VA), two locations in Warren County (VA) and three locations in Alexandria (VA).


Catholic Charities

Address:
5525 Marlboro Pike
Capitol Heights, MD 20743

Map & Directions

(15 Miles Away - Go to: Capitol Heights, MD Financial Assistance)

Telephone:
(202) 772-4300

Website:
http://www.CatholicCharitiesDC.org

Services:
In caring for the poor, in sheltering the homeless, and in protecting those who are vulnerable or oppressed, Catholic Charities helps people in need strengthen and rebuild their lives. They focus on prevention when possible, intervention when needed and advocacy when resources are inadequate. They help those they serve develop skills and abilities that enable them to move from crisis and isolation to stability and growth. They serve those in need without regard for race, religion or national origin.

Catholic Charities is the largest private social service agency in the Washington area; recommended by SmartMoney and Money magazines as one of the top-rated social service provider networks in the United States; services reach more than 120,000 men, women and children each year. Services include: Health Care; Legal Aid; Children/Daycare; Emergency Assistance; Employment Assistance; Education; Family Support Centers; Foster Care; Housing Assistance; Emergency Shelter/Hypothermia; Parenting; Pregnancy/ Adoption; Refugees/Immigration ; Food Pantry/Distribution; Substance Abuse; Youth Services; Counseling


The valid research for the future is on the inner side, on the spiritual side.

-- Pilgrims

Bridges to Independence

Address:
2125
Arlington, VA 22201

Map & Directions

(16 Miles Away - Go to: Arlington, VA Financial Assistance)

Telephone:
(703) 525-7177

Website:
http://www.aachhomeless.org

Services:
The Arlington Alexandria Coalition for the Homeless (AACH), founded in 1985, supports and provides direct aid to homeless families and women. AACH does much more than simply provide emergency housing; it systematically helps homeless clients make the transition back to residential stability. AACH provides a foundation for rebuilding individual lives and families.

AACH operates 4 integrated programs: 1) Sullivan House, a 50 bed shelter in Arlington; 2) Adopt-A-Family, a 2 year scattered site transitional housing program for up to 40 families; 3) LifeWorks, their own in-house employment counseling and training service; and 4) Support for Kids in Transition (SKIT), comprehensive support to meet the unique needs of homeless children. Visit their Website at www.aachhomeless.org


Community Ministry of Prince

Address:
311 68th Pl
Capitol Heights, MD 20743

Map & Directions

(17 Miles Away - Go to: Capitol Heights, MD Financial Assistance)

Telephone:
(301) 499-2319

Website:
http://www.rivpres.org

Services:
EMERGENCY SHELTER: One of 9 participating churches that offers emergency shelter for one family of,

Eligibility:
Homeless families. One at a time.


The method of the enterprising is to plan with audacity, and execute with vigor; to sketch out a map of possibilities; and then to treat them as probabilities.

-- Bovee

Washington Legal Clinic For The Homeless

Address:
1200 U St NW # 3
NW
Washington, DC 20009

Map & Directions

(17 Miles Away - Go to: Washington, DC Financial Assistance)

Telephone:
(202) 328-5500

Website:
http://www.legalclinic.org

Services:
Provides free legal services to those who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless. Provides intake services at area shelters and community organizations Offers legal advice on matters such as landlord tenant issues, subsidized housing, food Stamps, SSI benefits, emergency assistance, obtaining ID cards and vital records, credit and debt problems, and other legal matters. Home visits: Cardozo/Shaw

Hours:
9:00 am - 5:30 pm, Monday - Friday (varies at each client site)

Eligibility:
DC residents, homeless, or at risk of becoming homeless


Thea Bowman House

Address:
4065 Minnesota Ave NE
NE
Washington, DC 20019

Map & Directions

(17 Miles Away - Go to: Washington, DC Financial Assistance)

Telephone:
(202) 399-1385

Website:
http://www.some.org

Services:
Provides two-years of savings and financial literacy training, as well as a life-skills program that,

Eligibility:
Ages 18 and older, families with children, DC residents


Constantly choosing the lesser of two evils is still choosing evil.

-- Jerry Garcia

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