Address:17550 W Willard RdPoolesville, MD 20837Map & Directions
Services: OVERVIEW: Offers emergency food, financial assistance and holiday programs to those in need living in the catchment area. - - SERVICES: - 1) EMERGENCY FOOD: Available for individuals and families in need. Call for information and press 3 for the Food Coordinator. - - 2) HOLIDAY ASSISTANCE: - o THANKSGIVING: Food baskets offered for anyone in need. Must call first. Sign up Oct 1st (until list is full). Distribution: Week of Thanksgiving. No referral needed. - - o December Holidays: Food baskets provided to anyone in need and new toys for children. Call first. Sign up starts on 10/1-12/7. No referral needed. - - 3) FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE: Available for evictions, utility turn-offs, water bills, prescriptions, auto expenses and child day care expenses. - - 4) TRANSPORTATION: Will provide transportation to medical appointments. Call and press 4 for the Ride Coordinator to schedule a pick-up. - - HOLIDAY DONATIONS: Accepts food and new toys.
Eligibility: Any resident in need in Poolesville, Dickerson, Boyds, Beallsville, and Barnesville, Maryland.
Documents To Bring: Picture ID, social security card, proof of address and proof of need.
Address:20021 Aircraft DrGermantown, MD 20874Map & Directions
Services: OVERVIEW: Provides a food pantry, emergency financial assistance and holiday assistance. - - SERVICES: - 1) FOOD PANTRY: Client should call ahead, however they can walk-in Mon-Fri 9AM-5PM. Food is most plentiful on Fridays and extra food be obtained if the need can be verified. Formula and Ensure sometimes available. On Fri clients can walk-in from 1:30PM. - - 2) FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE: When funds are available, assist with eviction prevention and utility bills. Also helps with water bills (WSSC). - - 3) SUMMER CAMP: Offers a summer camp for children ages 6 through 12. Applications start in May. Call 202-332-5000 EX 103 for application and further details. - - 4) HOLIDAY ASSISTANCE: - o THANKSGIVING: Food Baskets. Call to sign-up. Client will receive distribution dates when application is filled out. - o CHRISTMAS: Toys/clothing for children 12 years and under. Client will receive distribution dates when application is filled out. Bring three gift suggestions (less than $30) for each child. Door open at 10AM - Oct 1, 2, 6, 8, 10, 15, 16. Doors open at 4PM on Oct 13 for working families. - - 5) HEATING PROGRAM WAFF: (January- May) Offers financial assistance for heating costs. Must be primary source of heat. Call 301-909-6300 for information. - - ELIGIBILITY EFFECTIVE: July 1, 2017-June 30, 2018 - GROSS INCOME - Monthly Annually - 1 $2,010.00 $24,120.00 - 2 $2,707.00 $32,480.00 - 3 $3,403.00 $40,840.00 - 4 $4,100.00 $49,200.00 - 5 $4,797.00 $57,560.00 - 6 $5,493.00 $65,920.00 - For each additional person, add $696 monthly and $8,360 annually.
Eligibility: Open to any resident of Montgomery County.
Documents To Bring: ID and proof of income is required for all services.
Address:9311 Gaither RdGaithersburg, MD 20877Map & Directions
Services: FOOD PANTRY: Offers a 3-5 day supply of perishable and shelf-stable food. Clients (one person per household) may come once every thirty days with a referral from an agency for each visit. - - 1) DISTRIBUTION SITE LOCATIONS: Distribution sites are located at the following locations: - - GAITHERSBURG: - o Main Warehouse: Manna Food Center, 9311 Gaither Road, Gaithersburg, MD 20877. Monday-Friday, 12PM-3PM and 2nd Saturday of Each Month 11:30AM-1:30PM. - - o Family Service Agency: 602 East Diamond Avenue, Gaithersburg, MD 20877. Thursdays, 5PM-7PM. - - GERMANTOWN: - o Salvation Army: 20021 Aircraft Drive, Germantown, MD 20874. Thursdays, 2PM-4PM. - - SILVER SPRING: - o Glenmont United Methodist Church: 12901 Georgia Avenue, Wheaton, MD 20906. Tuesdays, 4PM-7PM. - - o Long Branch Center: 8700 Piney Branch Road, Silver Spring, MD 20901. Wednesdays, 4PM-7PM. - - o East County Regional Services Center: 3330 Briggs Chaney Road, Silver Spring, MD 20904. Fridays, 2PM-4PM. - - 2) CHOICE PANTRIES: A Choice Pantry provides the opportunity to shop for the food items that make the most sense for a participant’s family size, cultural preferences and dietary needs. - - o Colesville Presbyterian Church: 12800 New Hampshire Avenue, Silver Spring, 20904. Available the 4th Friday of the month from 3PM-7PM. - - o Silver Spring United Methodist Church (Four Corners Campus): 33 University Blvd. E, Silver Spring, MD 20901. Available the 2nd and 4th Saturday of the month from 10AM-12PM. - - REFERRAL PROCESS AND ELIGIBILITY: - - Clients must live in Montgomery County. - - Clients must meet income eligibility. - - Clients can only receive assistance every 30 days. - - Referrals must be made AT LEAST ONE DAY in advance. Referrals are accepted until 3PM the business day before a scheduled pick-up. - - If a client needs baby formula, or baby food. please request these items when placing the referral. Provide the brand of formula and stage of baby food. These items are subject to availability.
Eligibility: Open to any Montgomery County resident.
Documents To Bring: Can also call manna directly for a referral. Referral from DSS, church, social service agency, school, or employee assistance program required. 211MD can also refer. Find referral form attached. Email referral to firstname.lastname@example.org or print the PDF version and fax.
Address:301 Muddy Branch RdGaithersburg, MD 20878Map & Directions
Services: OVERVIEW: Provides food, financial assistance, transportation and baby items to those in need. - - SERVICES: - 1) FOOD PANTRY: Provides a three-to-five-day supply of food based on family size, by appointment only. Dietary or special requests are honored when possible; clients with infants also receive rice cereal and baby food; clients residing in motels receive can openers and disposable utensils and plates, if needed. Call 301-216-2410 EX 1. - - 2) INFANT NEEDS: Provides diapers and infant formula for short- term emergencies, by appointment only. Diapers are provided 12 times in a 12-month period until the child reaches 3 years of age. Formula is provided 12 times in a 12-month period until the child reaches 12 months of age (soy formula 15 months). Baby food is provided until the child reaches 12 months of age. Call 301-216-2410 EX 8. - - 3) PRESCRIPTION FUNDING: Assists with emergency medical needs such as medicines. Does not assist with getting a written prescription or talking to doctors. Call 301-216-2410 EX 3. - - 4) TRANSPORTATION ASSISTANCE: Provides transportation to medical appointments and social service agencies to Gaithersburg residents who are elderly, handicapped or otherwise unable to take public transportation. Destination must be within a 20-mile driving distance of downtown Gaithersburg. Requests must be made at least two-business-days before transportation is needed. Call 301-216-2410 EX 2. - - 5) FINANCIAL SUPPORT & REFERRAL: Listens and offers guidance to identify other resources that clients may access during the stress and confusion of an emergency. This includes referrals for rent, utility bills, clothing, and furniture needs. - - To e-mail, use e-mail form (Contact us) on website. www.gaithersburghelp.org
Eligibility: Anyone in need.
Documents To Bring: Call for information.
Address:9700 New Church StDamascus, MD 20872Map & Directions
Services: OVERVIEW: Offers financial assistance, food, furniture and transportation to residents living in the catchment area. - - SERVICES: - 1) FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE: Persons who have a court-ordered eviction may be eligible for financial assistance, Medical prescription assistance. Also provides assistance for utilities (electric, gas, water and oil) and other emergency needs. - - 2) EMERGENCY FOOD: Delivered to persons who live in catchment area. - - 3) TRANSPORTATION: Volunteers drive residents to medical and social service appointments. A 3 day advance notice is required. - - 4) FURNITURE: Available to persons in need. (Will sometimes deliver if family unable to pick up.) - - 5) SCHOOL SUPPLIES: Donated school supplies given at beginning of school year to qualified children. - - 6) HOLIDAY FOOD: Food to qualified persons at Thanksgiving and Christmas. - - 7) DONATIONS: Donations of some furniture and household items are accepted by Damascus Help. May pick up if clients are available.
Eligibility: Residents in crisis.
Address:15855 Crabbs Branch WayDerwood, MD 20855Map & Directions
Services: OVERVIEW: Provides emergency financial assistance and food. - - SERVICES: - 1) FOOD: Provides eligible persons with a 3-day supply of food. Can only be utilized 3 times in a 6 month period. - - 2) FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE: Offers limited financial aid for prescriptions, rent, mortgage, security deposit, utilities, gasoline and special needs. Work to help with a person's issues on a case to case basis. Financial assistance provided once in a 12 month period. -
Eligibility: Rockville residents in emergency situations.
Address:1111 Taft StRockville, MD 20850Map & Directions
Services: FOOD PANTRY: Provides food for individuals and families, available 11AM-4PM Monday-Friday. There are no residency, demographic or other eligibility requirements for clients. Individuals and families receiving food assistance must call a day in advance to schedule, and may have to wait 10-20 minutes after arrival for their box to be prepared. Both perishable and non-perishable goods are provided.
Eligibility: No residency, demographic, or other eligibility requirements for clients. Food pickups must be scheduled 24 hours in advance.
Documents To Bring: Some form of ID, preferably photo ID, exceptions may be made in special cases.
Address:114 W Montgomery AveRockville, MD 20850Map & Directions
Services: OVERVIEW: Educates and advocates for social justice and provides emergency food, clothing, shelter and financial assistance for those in need. - - SERVICES: - 1) INTERFAITH CLOTHING CENTER: Offers children's and adults' clothing, sheets, towels, blankets and small quantities of dishes, pots and pans. Items distributed Tuesday to Saturday 10:00 AM to 12:00 PM and 1:00 PM to 3:00 PM, and for disabled clients only Wednesdays. Center is located at 751 Twinbrook Parkway, Rockville, MD 20851. Call 301-424-3796. - - 2) COMMUNITY BASED SHELTERS: Operates several shelters across the county for target populations: - --Becky's House: Provides case management and 24-hour staff for up to eight senior, disabled women. Call 301-933-2477. - --Carroll House: 32-bed facility providing housing for about 70 men each year. Call 301-587-7270. - --Watkins Mill House: Transitional housing program for as many as 16 homeless women with behavioral health needs. - - 3) CONGREGATION & COMMUNITY EMERGENCY SUPPORT: Provides resources and technical assistance to CMMC congregations and non profit agencies; administers grants to prevent evictions, foreclosures and utility cut-offs; purchases medicine and food; leverages funds to address unmet needs; and ensures access to emergency services for those who need them. Call 301-315-1108. - - 4) FRIENDS IN ACTION: Program where teams work in mentoring groups of 5-10 people, who volunteer to help at-risk and homeless families identify their strengths and develop attainable and manageable goals toward self-sufficiency. A one-year commitment is required. Call 301-424-3796. - - 5) INTERFAITH HOUSING COALITION: Provides permanent housing and supportive services to families in 26 units across the county. Call 301-762-8682. - - 6) INTERFAITH HOMES: Houses 31 chronically homeless, disabled men and women annually in scattered-site, permanent supportive housing. Offers case management and the support of a dedicated nurse. - - 7) WOMEN'S CENTER: Provides emergency shelter, meals and case management to more than 250 women annually through a 65-bed facility. Acts as an intake and assessment center for all single adult homeless women in the County. (Formerly the Wilkins Avenue Women's Assessment Center.) Call 301-770-2413. - - 8) EMPOWERMENT CENTER: Day program for homeless men & women. Meals & showers are available. Job training, skill assessment, mental health& substance abuse referrals. (Formerly known as the "Community Vision" program.) Call 301-585-4471. - - 9) VOCATIONAL SERVICES: Engages 250 low-income and homeless individuals in job readiness classes, career counseling and training, and one-on-one job placement services. - - DONATIONS: Accepts donations of clothing, sheets, towels, blankets and various household items. Call 301-424-3796.
Eligibility: Most services open to anyone in need residing in Montgomery County.
Address:1 W Potomac StBrunswick, MD 21716Map & Directions
Services: 1) FOOD PANTRY: Provides emergency food assistance once a month to area residents. Located at 111 First Avenue, Brunswick MD 21716 and open every Thursday evening from 6:30-8PM and 1st Sat of each month from 10:30AM-Noon. - - 2) FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE: Offers help with rent, medication, utilities including fuel. Must meet income guidelines. Call for further details. - - 3) INFORMATION and REFERRAL: Offers referrals to resources for shelter, clothing,and other essentials. - - 4) HOLIDAY ASSISTANCE 2017: - o THANKSGIVING BASKET: Sign up during regular food bank hours from 6:30-8PM through November 10th. If you do not sign up you will not receive a basket. Pick up will be Saturday Nov. 12th from 10-1PM at the American Legion. - o CHRISTMAS ASSISTANCE: Offers families with children age 12 and under in the Brunswick School District Christmas assistance for toys and clothing. Sign up fro Christmas Assistance Oct. 20 & 27, 2017 from 6-8PM at the Brunswick City Parks Building. Pick up will be December 9th 1-8PM and December 10th 9-11AM. - Applicants must provide ID with proof of address, proof of income, and social security cards for the entire household, proof of bills, and a wish list for each child as well as clothing size. - 5) DONATIONS: Monetary donations are always welcomed as well as nonperishable/perishable food, hygiene items and household products such as dish liquid and paper towels.
Eligibility: Low income residents of the Brunswick School District.
Documents To Bring: Need photo ID and proof of residence (utility bill).
Address:8 W 2nd StFrederick, MD 21701Map & Directions
Services: Offers food, clothing, sleeping bags, and hygine items to individuals and families in need. Emergency needs are considered and addressed when funding is available. Referrals to other local agencies are also provided. Services: 1) SOUP KITCHEN: Provides warm meals 2 days a week; Wednesdays from 6:30-7:30PM and Saturdays from 5-6:30PM. 2) FOOD PANTRY: Provides food boxes to individuals and families on Wednesdays form 6:30-7:30PM and Saturdays from 5-6:30PM. Individuals and families may make a request one time per month. 3) OTHER NEEDS MET: Provides the following items when available: baby food, formulas, personal hygiene items, detergent, paper products, blankets, and sleeping bags. During the cold months a free coat handout is open to all ages. 4) DONATIONS: May be dropped off at the church, 8 West Second Street Frederick, on Wednesday from 4-9PM and Saturday from 3-9PM. Needed items include: spam, canned beef stew, canned single course dinners, canned pasta, instant potatos, spagetti sauce, boxed macaroni and cheese, breakfast cereal, boxed snacks and desserts, cookies, and crackers, Baby items needed are diapers, wipes, formula, and baby food. Gently used blankets and sleeping bags for the homeless. Monetary donations and grocery gift cards are welcomed. For more Information about volunteering or donating contact Pastor Mike Albro at 410-596-4122 or email@example.com ,
Eligibility: Open to the public.