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Washington County WIC Program

Address:
947 N Burhans Blvd
Hagerstown, MD 21742

Map & Directions

(9 Miles Away)

Telephone:
(240) 313-3335

Website:
http://www.washhealth.org

Services:
Provides supplemental food vouchers and a nutrition education program that helps low income pregnant women, new mothers, nursing mothers and households with children under five years old.

Hours:
Hancock site 1st Thursday of each month from 8AM-4:30PM.

Eligibility:
Pregnant women, new mothers, nursing mothers & households with children under 5 years old.


Mary's Center Inc

Address:
1200 Dual Hwy
Hagerstown, MD 21740

Map & Directions

(9 Miles Away)

Telephone:
(301) 739-1234

Website:
https://www.maryscentermd.org/4.html

Services:
Offers pregnancy testing and pre- and post-abortion peer counseling. Also offers formula, diapers, baby clothes, maternity clothes. DONATIONS: Monetary donations are welcome as well as donations offormula, diapers, baby clothes, maternity clothes and baby furniture.

Hours:
Call for further information.

Eligibility:
Open to the Publc that is in need.


Win as if you were used to it, lose as if you enjoyed it for a change.

-- Golnik Eric

Hagerstown Area Pregnancy Center

Address:
109 W Baltimore St
Hagerstown, MD 21740

Map & Directions

(9 Miles Away)

Telephone:
(301) 739-8717

Website:
http://www.hapconline.com

Services:
MEDICAL CARE: Provides confidential,

Eligibility:
Those in need of a pregnancy test, or verification.


Nazareth House of Berkeley Springs

Address:
48 South Mercer Street
Berkeley Springs, WV 25411

Map & Directions

(18 Miles Away)

Telephone:
(304) 258-5683

Services:
Provides immediate and practical support to pregnant women and families in need with Children under the age of 5 by offering material support, and mentoring. Diapers for emergency furniture, clothing.

Hours:
24/7/365


One of the most valuable things we can do to heal one another is listen to each other's stories.

-- Rebecca Falls

Women Infants and Children

Address:
106 Co Rte 38/14
Berkeley Springs, WV 25411

Map & Directions

(18 Miles Away)

Telephone:
(304) 258-6074

Services:
WIC is for expectant moms and children to age five. WIC provides free nutrition counseling, breast feeding support and nutritious foods.

Hours:
0830-1200 and 1300-1700 Monday and Tuesday (except for the first Tuesday of every month).

Eligibility:
The categories for eligibility are: Pregnant women; Women who are breast feeding an infant (under one year of age); Postpartum women to the sixth month after delivery; Children from birth to five years of age. Income eligibility requires that a household have gross income at or below 185% of the Federal Poverty Level. For a family of four, the Federal Poverty Limit is $32,653 per year. Nutrition risk is any medical or health problem which can be corrected or lessened by proper amounts and types of food intake. Examples of nutrition risk are: Low iron levels; Insufficient growth, i.e. low weight for age, low weight for height; Premature delivery; Inadequate dietary intake (types or amounts of food).

Area Served:
West Virginia


Womens Infants & Children's

Address:
107 Lancaster Cir
Ranson, WV 25438

Map & Directions

(20 Miles Away)

Telephone:
(304) 725-2028

Services:
WIC is for expectant moms and children to age five. WIC provides free nutrition counseling, breast feeding support and nutritious foods.

Hours:
0900-1700 Monday, Wednesday, and Thursday 0900-1900 Tuesday

Eligibility:
The categories for eligibility are: Pregnant women; Women who are breast feeding an infant (under one year of age); Postpartum women to the sixth month after delivery; Children from birth to five years of age. Income eligibility requires that a household have gross income at or below 185% of the Federal Poverty Level. For a family of four, the Federal Poverty Limit is $32,653 per year. Nutrition risk is any medical or health problem which can be corrected or lessened by proper amounts and types of food intake. Examples of nutrition risk are: Low iron levels; Insufficient growth, i.e. low weight for age, low weight for height; Premature delivery; Inadequate dietary intake (types or amounts of food).

Area Served:
West Virginia


When you were born, you cried and the world rejoiced. Live your life so that when you die, the world cries and you rejoice.

-- Indian Proverb

Central Presbyterian Church

Address:
40 Lincoln Way W
Chambersburg, PA 17201

Map & Directions

(27 Miles Away)

Telephone:
(717) 264-4113

Website:
http://www.centralonthesquare.org

Services:
Every month, each family receives 50 diapers, at no charge, for each of up to 2 children. Other services offered, as items are available: • Fresh fruits and vegetables provided by the Gleaning Project of South Central PA • Clothing for infants and children

Hours:
3rd Saturday, 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Eligibility:
Families in need with children in diapers.Fees or ChargesTypes of FeesServices are provided at no cost.


WIC

Address:
350 Montevue Ln
Frederick, MD 21702

Map & Directions

(29 Miles Away)

Telephone:
(301) 600-2507

Website:
http://www.co.frederick.md.us/healthdept

Services:
NUTRITIONAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM: Provides supplemental food vouchers and a nutrition education program that helps pregnant women, new mothers, nursing mothers and households with children under five years old.ELIGIBILITY: Effective April 1, 2012FAMILY SIZE GROSS ANNUAL INCOME 1) $20,665 2) $27,991 3) $35,317 4) $42,643 Add an additional $7,326 for each additional family member.

Hours:
Scheduled evening hours till 7PM on the 1st, 2nd, and 4th Wednesday of the month and also the 3rd Monday of the month. Morning clinic on the first Saturday of the month from 8AM to 12NOON.

Eligibility:
Low income woman who are pregnant, new mothers, nursing mothers and low income households with children under five years old.


To get what you want, STOP doing what isn't working.

-- Dennis Weaver

Frederick County Animal Control

Address:
1832 Rosemont Ave
Frederick, MD 21702

Map & Directions

(29 Miles Away)

Telephone:
(301) 600-1546

Website:
http://frederickcountymd.gov/index.aspx?NID=15

Services:
Prevents cruelty, abuse, and neglect of animals in the county by enforcing all state, county, and city ordinances to the fullest extent. Shelters homeless animals and attempts to place them in a safe and loving environment and educates the public on all animal issues to foster a more aware and caring community. SERVICES:1) NUISANCE ANIMALS: Picks up animals that are injured, sick, aggressive, or stray. This includes wild animals that have entered homes, such as squirrels or opossums. Also investigates animal bites and ensures proper precautions are taken.2) SHELTER SERVICES: Accepts stray, ill, injured, or unwanted dogs and cats and works to have lost animals reclaimed by their owners. Unclaimed animals are placed for adoption.3) ADOPTION: Applicants must be 18 years of age or older to adopt. Adopted animals must be licensed, neutered/spayed, and receive a rabies shot. Neutering/spaying is done at a veterinarian's office unless animal is already neutered or spayed. Cost of adoption varies so please call for further information.4) LOST AND FOUND PROGRAM: Takes lost and found animal reports from the public, posts at shelter for review by customers and staff.5) LICENSING: Issues county licenses for minimal cost. It is not required but is strongly suggested for easy identification if needed.6) DONATIONS: Monetary donations as well as animal food, toys, bedding, litter, pet cages, leashes, collars, pet or baby shampoos (used and samples okay), bleach, Dawn dish washing liquid, gift certificates from pet and grocery stores, and towels are needed.

Hours:
Animal Viewing: Mon.,Tues.,Fri. 10AM-5PM, Wed., Thurs. 10AM-8PM, Sat. 10AM-4PM. Animal Intake: Mon.,Tues., Fri. 8AM-5PM Wed., Thurs. 8AM-8PM, Sat. 9AM-4PM.

Eligibility:
Open to the public.


Second Street & Hope Inc

Address:
8 W 2nd St
Frederick, MD 21701

Map & Directions

(29 Miles Away)

Telephone:
(301) 620-1001

Website:
http://www.secondstreetandhope.org/

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 milea8811@comcast.net ,

Eligibility:
Open to the public.


What you think of me is none of my business.

-- Terry Cole-whittaker

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