Provides Free Pregnancy Test With Support Services Including Free Sonograms For Pregnancy Verification. Baby Items Are Offered Through The Caring Hearts And Building Foundations For Successful Dads Support Programs, Which Incorporate Education, Videos, Classes And Encouragement As They Prepare To Be Parents. Schedules Of Topics Discussed For Both Programs Are Available Upon Request. Parenting And Childbirth Classes Are Offered Throughout The Year, Social Services Approved. Drama Available For And Performed By Teens Regarding Relationships And Sexual Abstinence. Also Offered Are "keys For Loving Relationships"--marriage Preparation Classes And Money Management Classes.
SUPPORT SERVICES:Provides services toWorcester County at-risk, runaway, or homeless youth in obtaining food, clothing, and temporary shelter. Offers individual, family, and group counseling. Provides referrals to other agencies, including health care.
24 hours/day, 7 days/week.
At risk youth ages 12-17 in Worcester County that have runaway or threatened to runaway, homeless without parental permission or supervision and/or resides in an unsafe environment.
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Shirley Grace Pregnancy Center
10226 Old Ocean City Blvd Berlin, MD 21811 (443) 513-4124
PREGNANCY CLINIC: Offers a wide range of education and support services to women and men facing an unwanted or unplanned pregnancy. Services includes options counseling, education materials, pregnancy tests, prenatal education, adoption referrals, abortion recovery program, parenting classes, community referrals, parenting support groups for men & women. Also provides a baby boutique for clients only that offer clothing, diapers, bottles, food, car seats, small furniture and toys. - - -
Anyone in need of services.
Call for information.
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12747 Old Bridge Rd Ocean City, MD 21842 (410) 213-0923
Provides a 20-bed emergency shelter for homeless men, women, and families with children. Also offers an emergency food pantry and holiday assistance at Thanksgiving and Christmas. SERVICES:1) EMERGENCY HOUSING: Provides a 20-bed emergency shelter for homeless men, women and families with children. Adult clients must obtain employment within three days. Residents have opportunity to move to transitional shelter. The shortest stay is one day, the longest stay is 24 months. 2) EMERGENCY FOOD PANTRY: Provides food 3 times a year. Formula and baby items are sometimes available. Photo ID and proof of local residence is required. 3) HOLIDAY ASSISTANCE 2011: NO ASSISTANCE FOR 2011. Will be offered for Thanksgiving and Christmas. First come first serve basis. Call for information about sign-up and distribution. DONATIONS: Gift cards/certificates, food, toiletries and new clothing and toys are needed.
24 hours/day, 7 days/week
Open to anyone in need. Shelter residents must be substance abuse free for the last 24 hours.
Provides emergency food, financial assistance, bathingfacilitiesand education to Eastern Shoreresidents. SERVICES:1) EMERGENCY FOOD: Provides food on Tue & Thur, 10AM-1:30PM. Occasionally has pampers.New clients must come before 1:30PM. 2) EMERGENCY FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE: May provide assistance to the first 5-6 people on Tue & Thur, 10AM-2PM, (walk-ins accepted come early) to apply for emergency financial assistance. Provides assistance for first month's rent, rent evictions (must be in court proceedings), prescriptions, fuel, water bills and utility ( must have disconnect notice). Must have proper documentation and proof of need which outlines balance owed. A minimum of $250 may be applied towards the bill. Prescription allowance is determined based on funds available. 3) SOUP KITCHEN: Meals are served Sat, 11:15AM-12:15PM. Grace United Methodist Church. 635 East Church Street, Salisbury, 21804. 4) KIDS CAFE: Provides meals and snacks, nutrition education and activities, Tue and Thur, 5-7PM and on some school holidays, to community children kindergarten through 6th grade. Summer program begins June 20, 2012 on Mon, Wed, Fri; 9:30AM-3:30PM.5) HEALTH PREVENTION EDUCATION AND BLOOD PRESSURE SCREENING: Offered on Sat, 11:15AM-12:30PM. Grace United Methodist Church, 635 East Church Street.
Offers support services for pregnant and postpartum women who are struggling with alcohol/drug addictions.SERVICES:1) OUTPATIENT SUBSTANCE ABUSE: Offers an intensive outpatient program for women who are pregnant or postpartum and experiencing difficulty with alcohol and/or other drugs. Also provides dual services and transitional housing. 2) COUNSELING: Offers individual, family and group counseling.3) SUBSTANCE ABUSE: Provides screening and assessment for addiction and mental health, case management and halfway housing for those in need.DONATIONS: Baby items and clothing are accepted.
Pregnant or postpartum women up to a year who are experiencing difficulty with drugs or alcohol.
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Halo Bargain Center
701 Snow Hill Rd Salisbury, MD 21804 (410) 742-9356
Provides a wide range of services to homeless and anyone in need such as emergency shelter for women and children. Tutoring in basic literacy to adults, spiritual counseling to anyone facing difficult life issues and donation centers to drop off clothing and household items. Also provides a cafe that serves breakfast and dinner to anyone in need. SERVICES:1) CENTER OF HOPE (EMERGENCY SHELTER):Operates a 25 bed emergency shelter for women and children from 5:30PM-7:30AM. Individuals must be at the Shelter at 5pm and registration begins at 5:30pm. Must beat least 18 orolder, provide a picture ID and Social Security cards for each of the children. The shelter is located at 119-B South Blvd (next to Harvest of Plenty Church). Call office for more information.2) HALO CAFE: Provides three hot meals daily from Sun-Sat for anyone in need. Breakfast is served 7:30-8:30AM, lunch12NOON-1PM and dinner 6-7PM.3) BARGAIN CENTER: Provides quality clothing, furniture and household items at affordable prices to the general public. It is located at 321 Tilghman Road, STE 204 Salisbury, MD. Their hours are Tues 10AM-5PM, Wed 10AM-7PM, Thur-Fri 10AM-5PM. For more information call 410-341-4256.4) DONATION CENTER: Accepts new and used clothing, furniture and household items.They will be be priced and sold at the Bargain Center. All proceeds helps the outreach programs. For more information contact email@example.com)HALO ON THE STREETS (HOTS):Provides meals to individualsand families living on the streets. 6) HALO READS: Offers a free, confidential, one to one tutoring in basic literacy to adults 18 and older who have requested assistance. 7) JOURNEY OF HOPE:Offers spiritual counseling and guidance to individualsin need of help struggling with differentevents in their life such as financial, addictions or life issues. Walk-ins areaccepted Mon-Thur 10AM-4PM.8) ADOPT A FAMILY 2011: CLOSED Providesholiday assistance to families in need.The application process starts in October andfamilies fill out a wishlistfor each of their children. The wishlist is given to any individual, agencyor groups that would like toadopt the family.Anyone interested can callfor more information. 9) RESOURCE CONNECTION: Provides a community based one stop shop for homeless. Agencies within the community are made available at the Center of Hopeto provide services to anyone in need. Call for more information.
OVERVIEW: Provides a wide range of services for individuals and families in need of food, clothing and financial assistance. - SERVICES: - 1) THRIFT STORE: Open Mon-Sat, 9AM-5PM; for the general public. Persons on a limited income may be eligible to receive free clothing if they bring all information and fill out application. Families can obtain vouchers to receive free clothing once every 6 months. Must apply with in-house social service department to qualify for vouchers. Thrift Store is located at 301 Vine and Eastern Shore Drive. - - 2) EMERGENCY FOOD: Provides food every 30 days for those who qualify. By appointment only on Mon-Fri 9AM-3PM. - - 3) FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE: Provides up to $60 per year, per family, for help with prescriptions, mortgage or rent and up to $400 per year for utilities through the Good Neighbor Fund, when available. Must have proof of income, proof of residency, turn-off/eviction notice, ID and Social Security cards for every member of the household and you must apply at Shore Up (Office of Home Energy Programs) first before seeking assistance. - - 4) YOUTH CLUBS: Offers a variety of sports and other programs to children in the community. Call for information and listing of events. For more information, contact Mandy Schuyler, Youth Coordinator at 410-749-4757. - - 5) HOLIDAY ASSISTANCE 2017: Provides holiday assistance for Thanksgiving and Christmas to residents in need. - - THANKSGIVING MEALS: Provides a Thanksgiving meal on Sun Nov 26th. There will be a worship service at 11AM and those in attendance will then be served a Thanksgiving meal. - - CHRISTMAS/ANGEL TREE: (CLOSED): Applications for the Angel Tree sign-ups starts on Oct.23-25th & 27th - from 9-11:30AM & 1-3:30PM, and Oct 26th from 1-3:30PM & 5-7:30PM in the Youth Club Gym. Children ages 14 and under are eligible for toys. All other qualifying family members are eligible for food boxes. Distribution dates will be given at the time of sign-up, if approved for services. - *For resident of Wicomico, Somerset and Worcester County only. - - * Anyone that wasn't able to sign up for Angle Tree assistance during the designated days can call the Social Service Dpt. and leave a message with their contact information. It is a first come first serve basis until the list is full.* - - Applicants must bring the following documentation: - Photo ID of applicant and other adults in the family. - Birth certificates for all children 14 years old and under. If you do not have these, you may bring official school records, medical records or social services documentation with your name and your children's name. - Official documentation if you have custody of someone else's children. - Documents (recent pay stub preferred) showing all household income. - Receipts that you have showing all bills paid in the last 30 days. - If you are living with family or friends and they pay all bills, then provide their photo ID and a letter from them stating that they are responsible for all your expenses. - - 6) FURNITURE: Provides furniture vouchers on a one time emergency basis. for families that experience a disaster in their home and a referral from Red Cross is required. Individual/families that have moved from a homeless shelter or have been incarcerated and is moving into a permanent resident, must have referral from shelter or corrections department. Must apply with in-house social service department first to quality for vouchers. - - 7) DONATIONS: Accepts food, toys, clothing, household items, vehicles and appliances. Call for wish list items.
FOOD VOUCHERS: Provides healthy foods, nutrition education, breast feeding support and health care referrals to pregnant and postpartum women, nursing mothers, and infants and children up to age five. ELIGIBILITY:,