Address:14015 New Hampshire AveSilver Spring, MD 20904Map & Directions
Services: FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE: Offers financial assistance for eviction prevention, utility shut-off, and prescriptions. Assistance available once every 12 months per eligible client.
Eligibility: Anyone in crisis in the service area.
Address:12247 Georgia AveSilver Spring, MD 20902Map & Directions
Services: Provides an array of social service programs to Montgomery County residents.SERVICES: * Case management, crisis intervention and referral services* Resume and Job Application Assistance* Nutrition, cooking and exercise classes* Food distribution* Clothing and Shoes Shopping Day* Parent Education classes* Financial Education classes* English as a Second Language classes* Rent, Mortgage and Utility Assistance* Immigration Legal Services* Services for pregnant women
Hours: Evening appointments available
Eligibility: Montgomery County residents.
Address:501 Sligo AveSilver Spring, MD 20910Map & Directions
Services: Offers emergency resources for those in need, including food, clothing, financial and holiday assistance when funds are available. Also offers education and job-training programs. SERVICES: 1) EMERGENCY NEEDS: Provides clothing, food and financial assistance when funds are available.2) DONATIONS: Accepts donations of clothing and shoes. o HOLIDAY DONATIONS: Accepts clothing, food, toys, toiletries, coats, gloves and monetary donations. 3) HOLIDAY ASSISTANCE 2012: Registration required for THANKSGIVING and CHRISTMAS food baskets for residents of Montgomery County that have not registered with other charities. November 21st, 10AM-4PM; 22nd, 10AM-7PM and 23rd, 10AM-Noon and 2-4PM. Eligibility determined on a case-by-case basis. Clients will be put on list first. No referral needed. Clients will receive letter regarding distribution date and location. Photo ID and proof of income are required.4) EDUCATION AND JOB-TRAINING PROGRAMS: ESOL is $50 per month for six months; GED preparation is $50 per month for six months; Introduction to Computers is $50 per month for six months; MOS Certification preparation is $50 per month for six months; A+ Certification preparation is $150 per month for six months; and Network+ Certification preparation is $150 per month for six months.5) FOOD PANTRY: Available for those in need. Call to set-up an appointment or walk-in. If you are new, you must arrive by 3PM to be taken that day.
Eligibility: Anyone in need.
Address:238 W Washington StCharles Town, WV 25414Map & Directions
Services: JCCM can provide assistance with food, with clothing, and with limited financial aid aimed toward meeting essential expenses including rent, utilities, medicine, heating fuel, and gasoline. Assistance is provided by referring those persons who qualify to appropriate agencies, providing resources donated or purchased for this purpose such as food and clothing, and through arrangements with local vendors who accept checks or credit vouchers. JCCM combines the compassion and the resources of the participating churches into a central location. It ensures availability of resources, unnecessary duplication in services by churches and other community agencies, and enables a greater stewardship of money and other resources.
Hours: 0900-1200 Monday-Friday
Eligibility: Resident of Jefferson County with proof of residency and photo I.D.
Area Served: Jefferson County
Address:2100 Washington BlvdArlington, VA 22204Map & Directions
Services: The mission of AMEN is to provide emergency financial assistance to Arlington residents who are in crisis and unable to pay their bills. AMEN has five distinct programs:1) Emergency Financial Assistance, 2)Dress for Work Success, 3),EnergyShare 4)Carter-Jenkinson Homelessness Prevention, and 5) Security Deposit Loan for Section 8 Housing. They assist approximately 2500 clients each year.
Address:2530 Crystal Dr Suite 13161Arlington, VA 22202Map & Directions
Services: Provides emergency financial assistance to active duty and retired soldiers, Army Reserve National Guard and United States Army Reserve, and family members, widow and eligible orphans.Helps with financial assistance towards matters such as: Rent or mortgage Utilities Vehicle repair, payments, or insurance Health care expenses
Hours: Mon - Fri 7:30 Am - 4:30 Pm
Eligibility: • Soldiers On Active Duty And Their Eligible Dependents
• Soldiers Retired From Active Duty And Their Eligible Family Members
• Widow(ers) And Orphans Of Soldiers Who Died While On Active Duty Or While Retired
• Medically Retired Soldiers And Their Eligible Family Members
• Army National Guard And Army Reserve On Continuous Active Duty For More Than 30 Consecutive Days And Their Eligible Family Members
Documents To Bring: Special Power of Attorney (if applicable)Valid Military ID CardLeave and Earnings Statement (LES)Leave/PCS ordersSupporting documentation such as copies of estimates for vehicle and HVAC repairs, billing statements for household expenses, and income statements from all sources (including Spouse, if applicable) For any assistance with vehicle repair, a copy of a current driver’s license, proof of insurance, and valid registration for the particular vehicle is required
Address:1600 Wilson Blvd #600Arlington, VA 22209Map & Directions
Services: Assists military families coping with deployment and injury recovery as they struggle with devastating budget issues.?Critical financial assistance is provided for the following services: Shelter, rent, mortgage, utilities, temporary lodging Vehicle expenses, car payments, car insurance, registration (only when it is the family's only means of transportation) Airfare to transport a family member to assist a military family during illness or for childbirth Childcare during illness or surgery Personal property taxes Emergency dental expenses Critical baby items
Eligibility: Active, Deployed service members or wounded warriors since 9-11.
Documents To Bring: Proof of all household income (i.e. most recent LES or RAS, civilian pay, disability benefits, etc.). Line of Duty documentation or other official record of a wound, illness, or injury being sustained in the line of duty. Copy of deployment orders.
Address:2021 K St NWSuite 750 SouthWashington, DC 20006Map & Directions
Services: Offers MS related information networks, classes, couseling, finacial assistance, and advocacy. SERVICES: 1) INFORMATION NETWORK: Provides a lending library stocked with MS-related books and audio and video tapes. Offers quarterly newsletter and educational brochures and programs on medical, social, and psychological aspects of MS. 2) COUNSELING & SUPPORT: Counselors are available to assess clients needs for support and services. Short-term counseling provided. Other services include peer-led self-help support groups, telephone reassurance, referrals to health and human services, respite care, medical equipment loan closet discount program for new equipment purchases and cab vouchers for medical appointments and MS-related activities. 3) OPERATION JOB MATCH: Offers job preparation and readiness programs. 4) RECREATION PROGRAM: Offers yoga and strengthening programs. 5) ADVOCACY: Advocates on behalf of the client on a variety of issues in regards to policies, procedures and governmental laws. 6) FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE: Offers financial assistance for rent, utilities, DEM, physical therapy, transport, respite care.
Eligibility: MS clients, their families and anyone interested in information.
Address:1725 Rhode Island Ave NWNWWashington, DC 20036Map & Directions
Services: Brings the Eucharist to homebound parishioners Assesses homebound and elderly to determine their need for assistance with taxes, vouchers, etc.
Home visits: Farragot Circle
Hours: (Rectory) 9:00 am - 8:30 pm, Monday - Friday; 9:00 am - 5:00 pm, Saturday and Sunday
Eligibility: Elderly or disabled, St Matthew parishioners ONLY
Address:1501 Half St SW # 31SWWashington, DC 20024Map & Directions
Services: Provides comprehensive services to families with children, including family support, parenting skills training, counseling, emergency assistance and domestic violence workshops Provides additional resources and information, and referrals services to programs under the Fatherhood Initiative.
Hours: 9:00 am - 5:00 pm, Monday - Friday
Eligibility: Families residing in target area