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Way Station Inc

Address:
230 W Patrick St
Frederick, MD 21701

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(1 Mile Away)

Telephone:
(301) 662-0099

Website:
http://www.waystationinc.org

Services:
Provides behavioral health through a broad range of services in a variety of settings to meet the needs of children, adolescents, adults, and families. SERVICES: 1) DAY PROGRAM: Offers structure and activities designed to help members gain skills and confidence to manage their illnesses, perform life tasks, and achieve personal goals. 2) RESIDENTIAL SERVICES: Provides a range of housing options to meet specific needs of residents. Rehabilitation services are geared to teach independent living skills and money management. Residents contribute toward the expense of rent, utilities, meals and services. Assists individuals with transitioning from hospitals. 3) VOCATIONAL SERVICES: Provides evaluation/assessment, work adjustment training, job readiness & placement and ongoing employment supports. Participants work in various settings including restaurants, business offices, nursing homes and machine shops. 4) MOBILE TREATMENT: Provides mental health services to persons who do not access traditional, facility-based services. A team of mental health workers deliver services wherever the consumer is willing to receive them. Services include diagnostic evaluation, crisis intervention, case management and transition to other needed services. 5) CHILD & ADOLESCENT: Provided for youth with behavioral and emotional disabilities. Teaches social and independent living skills with emphasis on success at home, in school and in the community. Offers an in home facility based respite care program. 6) SOCIAL/RECREATIONAL PROGRAM: Offers evening recreational activities and community social activities. Helps clients with developing hobbies and improving social skills. 7) DUAL DIAGNOSIS: Provides assessments, case management and occupational therapy groups. 8) DONATIONS: Accepts furniture, clothing and housewares.

Hours:
Operations 24 hours day/ 7 days week

Eligibility:
Children, adolescents and adults with serious mental illness.


St. Vincent de Paul Society

Address:
114 E 2nd St
Frederick, MD 21701

Map & Directions

(1 Mile Away)

Telephone:
(301) 662-4676

Website:
http://www.svdpusa.org/

Services:
Provides emergency and short-term financial assistance to county residents in need of help with utilities, prescription medications, rent, and evictions. Also offers vouchers for gently used clothing and furniture as well as assistance with one way transportation to a different county or state.

Hours:
Weekend emergencies only call office and leave a message.

Eligibility:
Low to mid income individuals and families. Must have picture ID. Will assist paying for Maryland ID for eligible individuals.


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Second Street & Hope Inc

Address:
8 W 2nd St
Frederick, MD 21701

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(1 Mile 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.


Religious Coalition for Emergency Human Needs

Address:
27 Degrange St
Frederick, MD 21701

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(1 Mile Away)

Telephone:
(301) 631-2670

Website:
http://www.thereligiouscoalition.org

Services:
Offers qualified residents financial assistance, referrals to food pantries and one-night emergency shelter. Operates Emergency Cold Weather Shelters, schedules free medical appointments Mission of Mercy mobile health unit, and offers Christmas assistance to needy families.SERVICES:1) FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE: Offers financial assistance for prescriptions, health and dental care, utilities, security deposits, and eviction prevention.2) FOOD: Operates 5 food pantries that provide emergency food for individuals and families throughout the county. Clients are limited to 2 visits per month. Also distributes the government surplus food commodities program for the county.3) CHRISTMAS ASSISTANCE: Offers Christmas assistance (toys and clothing) to needy families with children through 12 years of age. Applications will be taken Saturday, Oct. 20th from 9AM-2PM, Monday, Oct. 22nd from 3-6PM, Tuesday, Oct. 23rd from 10AM-4PM, Wednesday, Oct. 24th from 10AM-2PM, Thursday, Oct. 25th from 10AM-2PM, Friday, Oct. 26th from 1-5PM, and Saturday, Oct. 27th from 9AM-2PM. MUST have proof of all income and expenses of the family, picture ID or birth certificate for all adults and birth certificate or medical card with date of birth for each child. Applicants MUST PRESENT ALL required paperwork before an application will be taken. If you or someone in your family has applied to another organization such as the Salvation Army you are not eligible for assistance. Children 13 through 17 years of age may be listed on application with the understanding they MAY receive a gift ONLY if sufficient funds are available.Pick up Time will be given upon completion of your application. Please leave a number where you can be reached. Gifts not picked up on scheduled date and time will be distributed to other applicants.4) MEDICAL APPOINTMENTS: Schedules free medical appointments for MISSION of MERCY mobile health unit.5) COLD WEATHER SHELTERS: Day and night shelters are open November through March for homeless adult men or women with no children.6) EXODUS: Program runs from April-Oct. Designed to move clients out of homelessness to job training and housing.7) INFORMATION & REFERRALS: Makes referrals for clothing and other health and human services.8) DONATIONS: Welcomes monetary donations as well as food, cold weather clothing, linens, and toiletries. Call or visit web site for further information.

Hours:
Mon, Wed, Thurs, Fri, 10AM-2PM; Tues, 10AM-4PM.

Eligibility:
Low-income families and individuals.


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Care Net Pregnancy Center

Address:
707 N Market St
Frederick, MD 21701

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(1 Mile Away)

Telephone:
(301) 662-5300

Website:
http://www.carenetfrederick.org

Services:
A medical pregnancy resource center for women and teens that offers a variety of support services. All services are confidential and free.SERVICES:1) MEDICAL: Offers free pregnancy tests, medical consultation and limited obstetrical ultrasound (sonograms) for medical indications. NOTE: Does not provide or refer for abortion.2) EDUCATION: Offers options counseling to women (and men) regarding reproductive issues by providing them with all the facts about pregnancy, parenting, adoption, abortion, sex and health. Offers information and referrals to other needed resources.3) EARN WHILE YOU LEARN: Offers parenting and life skills, what to expect during and after pregnancy. As these things are learned credits are given toward purchasing baby things needed from the center. Items include infant/children's clothing, diapers/wipes, food/formula, car seats, strollers, and high chairs.

Hours:
Tuesday and Thursday medical and counseling services only.

Eligibility:
Open to the public.


Birthright

Address:
250 W Patrick St
Frederick, MD 21701

Map & Directions

(1 Mile Away)

Telephone:
(301) 663-0111

Website:
http://www.birthright.org

Services:
Provides support to girls and women who are in need of pregnancy testing and non-judgemental support.SERVICES: 1) 24-HOUR HOTLINE: Volunteers provide information on pregnancy and services offered by the agency. 2) PREGNANCY TESTS: Free pregnancy tests offered during office hours.3) INFORMATION and REFERRALS: Helps clients locate resources to meet legal, medical, financial, and housing needs. 4) MATERNITY CLOTHES & BABY ITEMS: Offers maternity clothes and layettes for newborns as well as children's clothing, up to size 6 months. 5) DONATIONS: Donations of new or gently used maternity clothes, baby clothes up to 6 months, as well as formula, baby food and diapers.

Eligibility:
Women and girls who are in need of information or pregnancy services.


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Frederick Rescue Mission

Address:
6326
Frederick, MD 21701

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(1 Mile Away)

Telephone:
(301) 695-6633

Website:
http://www.therescuemission.org

Services:
RESCUED TREASURES CLOTHING: Provides free gently-used clothing to anyone in need. Once a month, guests have the opportunity to request the items they need and search the clothing “storeroom” adjacent to the Mission. All items we distribute are generously donated to us. Individuals in need of clothing must provide photo identification. Mondays through Fridays: 2:30 to 4:00PM.

Eligibility:
Anyone in need of clothing.

Documents To Bring:
Call for information.


Salvation Army

Address:
223 W 5th St
Frederick, MD 21701

Map & Directions

(1 Mile Away)

Telephone:
(301) 662-2311

Website:
http://www.salvationarmyusa.org

Services:
1) THRIFT SHOP: Offers gently used clothing, furniture, and household items to the public at minimal prices. - - 2) CLOTHING VOUCHERS: Individuals and families in need may apply at the Salvation Army office at 223 West 5th Street for a voucher to spend in the thrift store. Must bring documentation of financial need. - - 3) DONATIONS: Monetary donations and donations of clothing, furniture, and household items needed. Drop off at 919 North East Street, Frederick from 10AM-6PM Tues.-Sat. Monetary donations may be dropped off at 223 West 5th Street. - -

Eligibility:
Mid to low-income residents.

Documents To Bring:
Call for information.


Opportunity may knock only once, but temptation leans on the doorbell.

-- Anonymous

Walkersville Food Bank

Address:
21 W Frederick St
Walkersville, MD 21793

Map & Directions

(6 Miles Away)

Telephone:
(301) 845-4229

Website:
http://gladevalley.org/services/food-bank/

Services:
NOTE: Targets Glade Valley area (Walkersville, Woodsboro, Mt. Pleasant, and Libertytown). Must have prove of address (utility bill). Identifies emergency needs in the community and develops programs and coordinates resources to meet those needs. SERVICES: 1) FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE: Emergency relief fund provides financial assistance for utilities (electric, gas, water), heating oil and mortgage/rent. Assistancein other areas are considered on a case by case basis. Assistance is limited in the amount of frequency. 2) FOOD BANK: Offers free dry goods to low-income area residents. Located in thelower levelof Walkersville Town Hall, 21 W Frederick Street. Open most Saturdays from 6:30PM-8PM and Thursdays from 1PM-3PM.3) THRIFT SHOP: Offers gently used clothes at no or minimal cost. Located in the basement of St. Paul's Lutheran Church, 19 W Pennsylvania Avenue. Open most Saturdays From 10AM-2PM. Clients may purchase bags of clothing for $2.00 per bag. Coats are $1.00 and shoes are free. 4) SUMMER LUNCH PROGRAM: Provides healthy lunches for kidsup to 18 during the summer months while school is not in session. Provided at three locations: o Discovery Homeowners Association Building o Creamery Park5) BACK TO SCHOOL PROJECT: Provides needed school supplies to any children prior to thestart of the new school year. 6) HOLIDAY ASSISTANCE 2012:Thanksgiving Food Boxes: Call 301-845-4229 for information on how qualify and obtain a food box. You must provide a picture I.D. and some type of bill with your address.Holiday Toy Shop: Offers holiday assistance to area families in need for children ages birth to 12 years of age. Sign up dates are Wednesday, Oct. 17, 2012 from 9AM-9PM at Walkersville Town Hall. Oct. 18th and 25th from 1-3PM, and Oct. 22nd and 29th 6:30-8PM at the Glade Valley Food Bank (last sign up date is firm). Must provide proof of income, Picture I.D., social security cards, birth certificates for all children, and Grandparents must provide proof of guardianship. Please also provide a wish list and clothing sizes.Crosschecks will be done with Salvation Army and The Religious Coalition. Distribution day will be December 13, 2012. Your pick up time will depend upon the order in which your application was received. DONATIONS: Monetary donations, clothes and dry goodsare needed.

Hours:
Leave message and someone will return call. Food Pantry: Mon,6:30PM-8:30PM, Thur,1-3PM.

Eligibility:
Individuals and families in need who live in the Glade Valley area. See notes.


Middletown Valley People Help

Address:
31 W Main St
Middletown, MD 21769

Map & Directions

(9 Miles Away)

Telephone:
(301) 371-3119

Website:
http://www.middletown.md.us

Services:
NOTE: Must be resident of Middletown Valley (Middletown High School feeder schools).OVERVIEW:Provides financial assistance, drivers for medical appointments, coordinates holiday assistance, contributes to local school supply drive, exercise classes for 50 and older seniors, and offers information and referrals to other programs as needed.SERVICE:1) FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE: Provides emergency financial assistance. Contributes to local school supply drives.2) DRIVERS: Provides drivers for medical appointments.3) EXERCISE PROGRAM: Exercise classes for groups and Seniors ages 50 and older.4) HOLIDAY ASSISTANCE 2012: We coordinate with Salvation Army to provide Christmas Assistance to needy families. Begin calling in to 301-371-3119 on October 1, 2012, Leave a clear message stating you would like to sign up for Holiday assistance, your name, and phone number your call will be returned. We would like you to provide a wish list from your children and also clothing sizes.5) DONATIONS: Donations of school supplies, holiday contributions, and financial aide is welcome including gift cards to various grocery stores or department stores.

Hours:
Please leave a message and your call will be returned.

Eligibility:
Must be residents of Middletown Valley.


Many are called but few get up.

-- Oliver Herford

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