Address:30632 Hampden AvePrincess Anne, MD 21853Map & Directions
Services: Provides hospitality, service and advocacy to local residents, Hispanic communities and migrant farm workers. SERVICES:1) EMERGENCY PANTRY: Provides emergency 3-day supply of non-perishable food items. Quantity is based on number of household members. Open Mon-Thur 1-4PM. Can be utilized once every 30 days.2) FOOD SHARE: Offers groceries to those in need. Participant pays a shared maintenance fee of $4 the first of the month. Participant receives a bag of groceries worth at least $25. Food distribution is on the last Thur of the month.3) THRIFT SHOP: Offers clothing and household items for a nominal fee. Opens on Tues and Thurs 11AM-2PM.4) HEALTH AND WELLNESS PROGRAMS: Offers hypertension screening, exercise and nutrition classes, and WIC program site.5) WOMEN'S ARTS AND CRAFTS: Group meets once a week.6) FARM WORKER SERVICES: Provides emergency food, clothing and advocacy for farm workers.7) INFORMATION/REFERRAL: Provides each participant with information on food stamps, budgeting, and nutrition. Helps clients identify other service needs and makes appropriate referrals on client's behalf.8) RELATIVES AS PARENTS SUPPORT GROUPS: Provides support for grandparents and other relatives raising children. Group meets monthly.9) FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE: Assists with eviction prevention and utility assistance. Must provide proof of need and proper identification. Call for information. 10) DONATIONS: Accepts clothing in good condition and ready to wear, non-perishable food items, household goods, appliance and monetary donations are welcomed.
Eligibility: Residents in need and migrant farm workers.
Address:4825 Edmonston RdHyattsville, MD 20781Map & Directions
Services: HEATING PROGRAM WAFF January- MayFUEL FUND: Assists clients with primary heat in home.,
Hours: Mon-Fri, 8:30AM-12PM and 1-4PM.
Eligibility: Cannot exceed 150% of poverty level index.
Address:11916 Somerset Ave # 211Room 211Princess Anne, MD 21853Map & Directions
Services: Oversees several home loan/grants and subsidized living programs in Somerset County. SERVICES:1) HOUSING REHABILITATION GRANTS PROGRAM: Offers individual housing rehabilitation grant assistance to single family homeowners. Grants are for repairing major exterior and interior code violations, inadequacies in plumbing and heating or electrical systems. Grant must be repaid if property is sold within five years.2) SPECIAL LOAN PROGRAMS: Offers the following loans to low to moderate income families: a) Indoor Plumbing Program; b) Lead Paint Abatement Program; c) Home and Energy Loan Program; and d) Maryland Housing Rehabilitation Program.3) RENTAL ALLOWANCE PROGRAM AND TO WORK PROGRAM: Rental allowance program is a program for qualified persons. 1-2 persons: $150. 3-4 persons: $175. 5 and up $250. Portions of security deposits can be paid through this fund. Awarded according to a point system.Maryland Rental Allowance Program Income Limits, 2011: Family size and gross monthly income:,
Eligibility: Open to the public.
Address:30397 Mt Vernon RdPrincess Anne, MD 21853Map & Directions
Services: FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE: Provides an emergency assistance grant to assist with court-ordered evictions and foreclosures, water bills and utility cut-offs (up to $500), and burial assistance (up to $650, limited to recipients of cash public assistance) and may be used only once in a 24-month period. Also available are funds for those who have experienced an official disaster (hurricane, flood, fire). Children 18-21 must be enrolled full-time in school. -
Eligibility: Low income families with children under the age of 21.
Documents To Bring: Must provide proof of income, need and identification.
Address:479 McLaws Cir # 2Williamsburg, VA 23185Map & Directions
Services: The Williamsburg AIDS Network was founded in 1990 as a grassroots, volunteer organization to prevent the spread of HIV/AIDS and to provide services to those infected with HIV in the Greater Williamsburg area. The organization was incorporated and received its 501(C)3 nonprofit status in 1994. Services were provided solely by volunteers until 1996 when the first client services coordinator was hired with funds from Ryan White Title II. WAN now offers an array of testing and counseling, education, and client services programs. They remain commited to developing awareness, focusiprevention and HIV counseling and testing programs. ng resources, and educating the community on HIV/AIDS, and offering services to those living with HIV/AIDS. There is no charge to clientelle for any programs or services. The Williamsburg AIDS Network provides case management services to individuals infected with HIV/AIDS. Services include medical care coordination, assistance in accessing medications, dental care, transportation, and housing, advocacy and assistance in applying for disability, food stamps, Medicaid, etc. Medicaid AIDS Waiver case management is provided and they also offer housing assistance under Housing Opportunities for Persons With AIDS. In 2006, 26 individuals received client services.
The HIV prevention education program offers programs on HIV/AIDS 101, prevention skills building, developing healthy relationships, parent-child communication, and sexually transmitted infections. Programs are age appropriate and tailored to meet the needs of the group. WAN regularly offers single-session and multiple-session HIV prevention programs designated by the Centers for Disease Control as Effective Interventions. WAN provides education programs in the local schools, at Colonial Services Board, Avalon Shelter for Domestic Violence, the Merrimac Juvenile Detention Facility, the Salvation Army Transitional Shelter, Virginia Peninsula Regional Jail, and at local health fairs. Over 1,000 individuals participate in their education programs each year.
WAN provides free, anonymous HIV counseling and testing at the WAN office and at various community sites. WAN uses Home Access HIV test kits for testing purposes. Individuals receive their test results from Home Access within seven - 10 days of testing. People seeking HIV testing are asked to call the WAN office to schedule an appointment. Over 120 people receive HIV counseling and testing through WAN on an annual basis.