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Forestville Pregnancy Center

Address:
3611 Branch Ave #102
Temple Hills, MD 20748

Map & Directions

(4 Miles Away)

Telephone:
(301) 423-0063

Website:
http://www.forestvillepregnancycenter.org

Services:
OVERVIEW: Pregnancy Center. Makes referrals to resources that provide prenatal care, financial assistance, temporary shelter, and assistance with adoptions. - - SERVICES: Provides pregnancy testing, 1st-trimester sonograms, maternity clothes, WIC referrals, Pack and Play, breast pumps, baby clothes, and counseling.

Eligibility:
Pregnant women and women who suspect they are pregnant. Adults Teens Females

Documents To Bring:
Call for information. Photo ID.


Help-By-Phone

Address:
7011 Good Luck Rd
Hyattsville, MD 20784

Map & Directions

(8 Miles Away)

Telephone:
(301) 699-9009

Services:
Offers a food referrals, clothing, financial assistance for prescriptions and crisis services.SERVICES: 1) FOOD REFERRAL: Clients are referred to the nearest pantry for emergency (non-perishable) food, including baby food. Must provide social security card and picture ID. 2) CLOTHING: Offered to individuals/families in need. Clothing can be picked up at St. Christopher Episcopal Church, 8001 Annapolis Road, New Carrollton, MD. Must call 301-699-9009to schedulepickup.3) PRESCRIPTIONS: Financial aid is provided to clients who have a first prescription that is not a refill.,

Eligibility:
Low-income persons in need.


Success requires first expending ten units of effort to produce one unit of results. Your momentum will then produce ten units of results with each unit of effort.

-- Charles Givens

Commodity Supplemental Food Program

Address:
5501 E Capitol St SE
SE
Washington, DC 20019

Map & Directions

(9 Miles Away)

Telephone:
(202) 645-6087

Website:
http://dchealth.dc.gov

Services:
Provides nutritious free food and nutrition education to low income women, infants, children, & seniors Children must be under 6 years of age Women must be pregnant or up to 1 year postpartum Seniors must be 60 years and older Each client receives a monthly food package that must be picked up Homebound seniors may be eligible for food delivery.Infants get 31 cans of formula, baby cereal & apple juice.Children, women, and seniors get canned fruits & vegetables, juice, meat, evaporated milk, rice potatoes, dry milk, peanut butter/beans, cereal, egg mix, and cheese. Home visits: Benning Heights

Hours:
Certification/Distribution: 8:30 am - 4:00 pm, Monday - Friday

Eligibility:
DC resident; Women/children must be 185% or less of Poverty Income Guidelines (PIG), Seniors must be 130% or less of PIG


Greater Washington Urban League

Address:
2901 14th St NW
Washington, DC 20009

Map & Directions

(9 Miles Away)

Telephone:
(202) 265-8200

Website:
http://dchealth.dc.gov

Services:
Provides nutritious free food and nutrition education to low income women, infants, children, & seniors Children must be under 6 years of age Women must be pregnant or up to 1 year postpartum Seniors must be 60 years and older Each client receives a monthly food package that must be picked up Homebound seniors may be eligible for food delivery.Infants get 31 cans of formula, baby cereal & apple juice.Children, women, and seniors get canned fruits & vegetables, juice, meat, evaporated milk, rice potatoes, dry milk, peanut butter/beans, cereal, egg mix, and cheese. Home visits: Downtown

Hours:
Certification/Distribution - 8:30 am - 4:00 pm, Monday-Friday

Eligibility:
DC resident; Women/children must be 185% or less of Poverty Income Guidelines (PIG), Seniors must be 130% or less of PIG


My father always told me, "Find a job you love and you'll never have to work a day in your life.".

-- Jim Fox

Wheaton - CCI Women, Infants & Children Program (WIC)

Address:
2730 University Blvd W
Silver Spring, MD 20902

Map & Directions

(9 Miles Away)

Telephone:
(301) 933-6680

Website:
http://cciweb.org/wic.html

Services:
WIC: The Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) Program is a federally funded program that provides healthy foods, nutrition counseling and breastfeeding support to pregnant women, new mothers, infants and children under age five.ELIGIBILITY:Effective April, 20121 $20,665/annual $1,723/monthly2 $27,991/annual $2,333/monthly3 $35,317/annual $2,944/monthly4 $42,643/annual $3,554/monthlyFor each additional person add $7,326/annual $611/monthlyOther Locations:Gaithersburg WIC200 Girard StreetSuite 212BGaithersburg, MD 20877Germantown WIC19540 Amaranth DriveGermantown, MD 20874Langley/Takoma Park WIC7676 New Hampshire AvenueSuite 220Takoma Park, MD 20912Greenbelt WIC9001 Edmonston RoadSuite 40Greenbelt, MD 20770Administrative Office15850 Crabbs Branch WaySuite 350Rockville, MD 20855

Hours:
Sat by appointment only.

Eligibility:
See notes.


Healthy Babies

Address:
4501 Grant St NE
NE
Washington, DC 20019

Map & Directions

(9 Miles Away)

Telephone:
(202) 396-2809

Website:
http://www.healthybabiesproject.org/

Services:
Provides home visitation, community outreach, childbirth education, prenatal education, parenting classes and social service support to pregnant women and their families Provides crisis intervention, family counseling, health education, teen pregnancy prevention, male program, free pregnancy testing and assistance with applying for medical benefits. Referrals to on-site prenatal care and child development, drug abuse treatment, and child health services. Home visits: Carver Langston

Hours:
9:00 am - 5:45 pm, Monday - Friday

Eligibility:
Main focus on pregnant women and their families residing in wards 5 and 6, teens, homeless pregnant women citywide


Family Place

Address:
3309 16th St NW
NW
Washington, DC 20010

Map & Directions

(9 Miles Away)

Telephone:
(202) 265-0149

Website:
http://thefamilyplacedc.org

Services:
Provides hospitality, resources, and support services to expectant parents and families with young children (through the age of five) Helps meet emergency needs, provides information and education, enhances long-term family stability, and promotes the growth of a community of support for participating families. Home visits: Mount Pleasant

Hours:
9:00 am - 5:00 pm, Monday - Friday

Eligibility:
Families with children 5 years of age or younger


Capitol Hill Pregnancy Center

Address:
713 Maryland Ave NE
NE
Washington, DC 20002

Map & Directions

(9 Miles Away)

Telephone:
(202) 546-1018

Website:
http://capitolhillpregnancycenter.org

Services:
Provides intervention and abortion alternatives for women facing crisis pregnancy Prepares and trains parents through education for pregnancy, birth and beyond Teaches sexual abstinence to school and youth groups Provides support and referrals, counseling, free pregnancy tests, maternity clothes, baby clothes (sizes 0-2T) and diapers.

Hours:
Business: Monday through Friday 10am - 4pm Counseling: By appointment Please allow 45 minutes to be seen.


The opposite of love is not hate. It is indifference.

-- Mal Pancoast

Maryland Community Connection

Address:
4401 Nicole Dr
Lanham, MD 20706

Map & Directions

(9 Miles Away)

Telephone:
(301) 645-1561

Website:
http://www.childrens-aid-society.org

Services:
Provides emergency food, clothing, financial and holiday assistance. SERVICES: 1) EMERGENCY FOOD: Pantry open Mon-Fri. Can be utilized once every 3 months. Appointment required.2) CLOTHING: Clothing available for the entire family. Can be utilized once every 3 months. Appointment required. May include personal care items. 3) CHILDREN'S/ INFANT SUPPLIES: Offers baby food, formula, diapers, and wipes, and other infant supplies. Call for availability. 4) FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE: When funds are available, assistance with rent/mortgage, utilities, temporary shelter, prescriptions, and burial expense. Call for appointment. 5) HOLIDAY ASSISTANCE 2011:CLOSEDo THANKSGIVING: Food baskets provided for families with children living in the Waldorf/ White Plains area. Must call 301-645-1561 to sign up. Starting 10/19/2011.o CHRISTMAS: Connection Partner, sign up through local DSS office.o EASTER 2012: Call to sign up for baskets for children up 10, limited number closes 4/1/12.6) SCHOOL SUPPLIES 2012: Offers free school supplies/bookbags to Charles County Public School children, K-12. Call starting 7/17 to register. Must bring ID with current address and child's last report card. Distribution is 8/18. Will take names until list is full.7) DONATIONS: All items accepted, including clothing, shoes, toys, bedding, diapers, wipes, personal care items, school supplies, non-perishable food, house wares, etc. Large furniture may be accepted, donors must call office first to confirm.

Eligibility:
Families with children under age 18, living in Charles County.


Nancy Ward, CNM

Address:
4809 Greenbelt Rd
College Park, MD 20740

Map & Directions

(11 Miles Away)

Telephone:
(301) 441-9150

Website:
http://www.pregnancyaidcenter.org

Services:
OVERVIEW: Provides support and medical care to women. - - SERVICES: - 1) PRENATAL CLINIC: Provides maternal health care services, including testing, monthly check-ups, counseling on childbirth options, family planning, and in-house obstetrical services for women with high-risk pregnancies. - - 2) MARYLAND MEDICAL ASSISTANCE: Provides help applying for medical assistance. - - 3) FOOD PANTRY: Provides baby formula, diapers and food for mothers who are without resources on Tuesdays @1:30PM-3PM must bring P G County ID. - - 4) MATERIAL ASSISTANCE: Provides baby items and layettes, women and children's clothing, maternity items, and furniture when items are available On Tues, 1:30 PM - - 5) CASE MANAGEMENT: Arranges for support services for teenage mothers by a social worker during office hours. By Appointment only. - - 6) FAMILY PLANNING SERVICES: Family planning counseling. GYN exams, information, and education on approved birth control methods for patients with family planning insurance or for uninsured patients on a sliding scale. - - 7) PRELIMINARY BREAST SCREENINGS: Offers manual breast examinations, including mammogram referrals for women over the age of 40 who are in the breast & cervical cancer Program. - - 8) CERVICAL CANCER SCREENINGS: Offers pap smears for women over the age of 40 who are in the breast & cervical cancer program. - - LOCATIONS AND HOURS OF OPERATION: - Pregnancy Aid Center - 4809 Greenbelt Road - College Park, MD 20740 - Phone: 301-441-9150 - Fax: 301-441-3147 - Mon-Fri: 9AM-5PM - - Weinberg Women's Health Center - 4700 Erie Street - College Park, MD 20740 - Phone: 301-345-2050 - Fax: 301-220-1592 - Mon & Wed: 8AM-6:30PM / Tues, Thurs. & Fri: 8AM-4:30PM - - DONATIONS: Accepts food, formula, diapers, women's and children clothing, maternity items, furniture and baby items. -

Eligibility:
Low-income females, ages 12 and older. Adults Teens Females

Documents To Bring:
Call for information.


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