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Housing Assistance In baltimore, MD

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Airs



Contact
1800 N Charles St
Suite 700
Baltimore, MD 21201
(410) 576-5070


Description
LOW-COST HOUSING: Provides permanent housing for adults throughout Baltimore City and Baltimore County. Supportive case management focuses on greater access to healthcare, substance abuse recovery, employability and income, with the goal of strengthening self-sufficiency Eligibility criteria: Homeless, very low income HIV+ individuals or other disability and their family members. For additional information about AIRS Adult Permanent Housing Program, please call Steven DaShiell, Program Manager at 410-576-5070, EX 36. b) Provides supportive housing through At The Door, for HIV+ ex-offenders leaving the prison system. The program provides residents with a continuum of care from transitional housing through self-sufficiency. Supportive case management focuses on access to healthcare, substance abuse recovery, education, employment and services activities that can successfully connect them to their community. Eligibility: Candidates for At The Door are HIV+ ex-offenders leaving the prison system and are homeless Baltimore City residents, with low- or no income and will no family or other support systems. One may apply through their case manager, if they are in the first 3 months of transitional housing post release, and meet all other criteria. Clients may apply directly to permanent housing component once income and identification documentation and a personal recovery plan are in place. c) City Steps: See separate listing for City Steps. d) Offers adult foster care facilities through the Don Miller Homes. Licensed to provide room, board, assistance, and supervision needed by adults with disabilities who are capable of living in the community, but are unable to live alone. AIRS staff provide a protective living environment in a homelike setting for ten individuals living with end-stage AIDS. Eligibility: Low income, HIV+ individuals referred through Maryland's Project Home. All applicants must be at least 18 years of age, single, and referred through Project Home, Baltimore City Adult Services, 300 Metro Plaza, Baltimore, MD, 21215, 410-361-5000, (general number); 443-423-6629, (Intake).e) Provides rental assistance and housing throughout Baltimore City and County to HIV+ immigrant clients through theUn Nuevo Comienzo program.Eligibility: Low income, HIV+ individuals and family members with limited English proficiency. For additional information, please contact Daniel Munoz, Case Manager at 410-576-5070 EX 34.

Eligibility
Low-income individuals and families living with HIV/AIDS and/or a disability.

Area Served
Baltimore City County

Not Yet Validated

SID
5840

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Baltimore CASH Campaign



Contact
217 E Redwood St
Suite 201
Baltimore, MD 21202
(443) 692-9487


Description
Promotes the Earned Income Tax Credit through outreach and education, provides free tax assistance and coordinates an annual Money Power Day. SERVICES: 1) TAX PREPARATION 2012: CLOSEDOffers free tax preparation to single filers who made less than $25,000 or households who made less than $50,000 in 2011. Call 211MD Mon-Fri, 8AM-5PM to schedule an appointment or sign-up online at www.bmorefreetax.org. Offers additional financial resources including savings accounts, CD's and prepaid debit cards. US Savings bonds also available. *If a former client has received a letter from the IRS, Baltimore CASH would like to follow up with them. Please call Rob Bader at 410-234-2802. 2 sites: 1) 111 Water Street, Suite 201, 21202: Appointments only. Mon, Wed, Thur, 10AM-2PM; Sat, 9AM-2PM. 2) 3231 Belair Road, 21213: Appointments Tue, Wed, Thur, Noon-6PM; Sat, 9AM-2PM. Walk-ins welcome. NOT WHEELCHAIR ACCESSIBLE. Can do complicated returns. Must bring the following: -- Valid photo ID for self and spouse.-- A Social Security card for EACH family member.-- W-2 forms for all jobs worked in 2011.-- Child care provider - name, address and tax ID number.-- All banking account information (a voided check and/or savings deposit slip). -- A copy of last year's tax return.-- Any document or information about money received from the IRS, including the advanced Child Tax Credit.-- All 1099 forms for other income, if any.-- Any other tax related documents.NOTE: Every adult listed on the tax form must come to sign the return.Will prepare the following,, 1040's (1040EZ, 1040A and 1040),, 1040 with Schedule A (Itemization),, Schedule B (Interest and Dividends),, Schedule C-EZ (Business Income with No Inventory, No Cash Accounting, No Expenses over $5,000),, EITC,, R (Credit for Elderly and Disabled),, Form 1040V (Payment Vouchers),, Form 1040ES (Individual Estimated Tax Payment),, Form 2441 (Child and Dependent Care Credit),, Form 8863 (Education Credits),, Form 8812 (Additional Child Tax Credit),, Maryland Forms Will NOT prepare the following,, Schedule C (Profit or Loss from a Business, Inventory Expenses over $5,000, Complicated Accounting like Accrual),, Schedule D Capital Gains (Selling Stock, will do some but not Complicated-over 3),, Schedule E (Rental Income),, Form SS-5 (Request for a Social Security Number),, Form 2106 (Unreimbursed Employee Business Expenses),, Form 3903 (Moving Expenses),, Form 8606 (Non-deductible IRA),, Form 8615 (Tax for Children Under 14 with Investment Income) 2)EARNED INCOME CREDIT (EIC): A special tax credit for certain low-income workers. The credit is subtracted from the tax that is owed. o ELIGIBILITY:-- Employed persons who were raising one child in their home and have family income of less than $36,052 (or $41,123 for married workers) in 2011 can get EIC up to $3,094.-- Employed persons who were raising two or more children in their home and have family income of less than $40,964 (or $46,044 for married workers) in 2011 can get EIC up to $5,112. -- Employed persons who were raising three or more children in their home and have family income of less than $43,998 (or $49,078 for married workers) in 2011 can get EIC up to $5,751.-- Employed persons who are not raising children in their home, and who are between the ages of 25 and 64 on December 31, 2011 and had income below $13,660 (or $18,740 for married workers) can get EIC up to $464.o APPLICATION: For explanation of EIC or forms and publication information, call 800-829-3676. Schedule EIC must be attached to form 1040 or 1040A. The 1040EZ does not require the schedule EIC.3) MONEY POWER DAY: Coordinates annual Money Power Day, which will be held on 3/10/2012 at Baltimore City College High School, 33rd Street, 21218. Free tax preperation services will be available during this event. Call 211 to schedule. Bus lines: #3, 22, 36.4) INFORMATION & REFERRAL: Links families and individuals to asset building resources such as financial literacy classes, savings programs and mainstream banking opportunities. Educates workers about the financial dangers of refund anticipation loans, or RALs, which are sold by many commercial tax preparers and cause workers to give up significant portions of their tax refunds.5) BACK TAXES: Clients who need previous years taxes done for free should go to www.baltimorecashcampaign.org and schedule an appointment for June 25 at the Baltimore CASH site. If this date does not work appointments are available at Morgan State every Thurs, June 14-July 5 which can also be scheduled at www.baltimorecashcampaign.org. If these dates do not work other options include calling Maryland Volunteer Lawyer Services (MVLS) (free), University of MD (free), University of Baltimore Tax Clinic (free), Bon Secours (paid) or Tax Solutions (paid).6) ECONOMIC SECURITY INITIATIVE: Provides comprehensive economic case management and assistance to older adults, ages 55 and older. These services can include: taxpreparation, financial education, financial products, CASH coaches mentoring program, and credit/budget counseling. Call 410-234-8080.

Hours
Vary by site. Limited parking on the street but near public transportation hubs.

Eligibility
Open to Maryland residents.

Area Served
Baltimore City County

Not Yet Validated

SID
5843

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Maryland Energy Assistance



Contact
2700 N Charles St
Suite 202
Baltimore, MD 21218
(410) 396-5555


Description
Provides assistance with MEAP, weatherization and distributes applications for a free furnace. SERVICES:1) OFFICE OF HOME ENERGY PROGRAMS: Provides MEAP and EUSP grants to eligible families, renters, roomers, boarders and homeowners toward the cost of heating in the winter and electricity year round. Grant is based on the type of fuel used, household size, household income and annual consumption. 2) EUSP (Electrical Universal Service Program): Assists with electric utility bill payment. Client is required to have bill in his/her own name and be on a monthly budget billing plan. Some funds are available for a one time only benefit for past due bill payments. ELIGIBILITY FOR MEAP and ELECTRIC UNIVERSAL SERVICE PROGRAM GRANTS: Maryland residents whose gross monthly household incomes are within the following limits, effective July 1, 2012-June 30, 2013GROSS INCOME Monthly Annually1 $1,628.95 $19,547.502 $2,206.45 $26,477.503 $2,783.95 $33,407.504 $3,361.45 $40,337.505 $3,938.95 $47,267.506 $4,516.45 $54,197.50FOR EACH ADDITIONAL PERSON, ADD $577.50; $6,930.00APPLICATION: Need to submit a copy of photo identity, proof of residence, copies of Social Security cards for all household members (including children), proof of household's total gross income for 30 days prior to application date (from all sources), name of home energy supplier and account number, a copy of the most recent utility bill and a copy of the lease (if renting). 3) WEATHERIZATION ASSISTANCE PROGRAM: Provides a housing conservation program to reduce home energy consumption. Provides home energy inspection and may provide the following treatments: air leak identification, insulation, hot water system improvements, energy efficient lighting, and furnace cleaning/repairs. Services vary according to housing conditions. In the case of rental, landlord must prove ownership and agree to invest 25% of service cost. Contact 3-1-1 and request an application or pick-up an application at 2700 North Charles Street, Suite 202, Baltimore, MD 21218.Or get the application online at:http://www.baltimorehousing.org/community_ohep_weatherizationFAMILY SIZE GROSS MONTHLY INCOME 1 $2,520 2 $3,296 3 $4,072 4 $4,847 5 $5,623 6 $6,398 7 $7,174 8 $7,950For each additional person add: $775

Eligibility
See notes.

Area Served
Baltimore City County

Not Yet Validated

SID
5844

User Rating
0 0

Bon Secours Community Works



Contact
26 N Fulton Ave
Baltimore, MD 21223
(410) 362-3629


Description
Provides support for families in the form of education, referrals and tax assistance.SERVICES: 1) FAMILY SUPPORT: Provides a community center with a full range of services to assist families with children birth to 47 months. Services include parenting and child developmental education, employment readiness training that includes GED/ABE classes, resume writing, interviewing skills and career counseling, and health education. All services are free and provide on-site childcare for all participants, Mon-Thur, 9AM-3PM. Bon Secours Family Support Center also has Home Visiting Program which is available for pregnant women and mothers with young children.2) TAX PREPARATION 2012: CLOSEDOffers free tax preparation to single filers who made less than $25,000 or households who made less than $50,000 in 2011. Offers additional financial resources including savings accounts, CD's and prepaid debit cards. US Savings bonds also available. For those who are above income guidelines, tax preparation is free through 2/12. After 2/12, tax preparation will cost a small fee.Walk-ins accepted Tue, 1-6PM; Thur, 10AM-2PM; Fri, 10AM-2PM & Sat, 9AM-1PM, and begins Sat, Jan 14 between 9AM-1PM. Appointments are scheduled for Wed, and individuals should call Bon Secours to schedule appointments. Clients can drop-off returns during walk-in hours. Must bring the following:-- Valid photo ID for self and spouse.-- A Social Security card for EACH family member.-- W-2 forms for all jobs worked in 2011.-- Child care provider - name, address and tax ID number.-- All banking account information (a voided check and/or savings deposit slip).-- A copy of last year's tax return.-- Any document or information about money received from the IRS, including the advanced Child Tax Credit.-- All 1099 forms for other income, if any.-- Any other tax related documents.NOTE: Every adult listed on the tax form must come to sign the return.Will prepare the following,, 1040's (1040EZ, 1040A and 1040),, 1040 with Schedule A (Itemization),, Schedule B (Interest and Dividends),, Schedule C-EZ (Business Income with No Inventory, No Cash Accounting, No Expenses over $5,000),, EITC,, R (Credit for Elderly and Disabled),, Form 1040V (Payment Vouchers),, Form 1040ES (Individual Estimated Tax Payment),, Form 2441 (Child and Dependent Care Credit),, Form 8863 (Education Credits),, Form 8812 (Additional Child Tax Credit),, Maryland FormsWill NOT prepare the following,, Schedule C (Profit or Loss from a Business, Inventory Expenses over $5,000, Complicated Accounting like Accrual),, Schedule D Capital Gains (Selling Stock, will do some but not Complicated-over 3),, Schedule E (Rental Income),, Form SS-5 (Request for a Social Security Number),, Form 2106 (Unreimbursed Employee Business Expenses),, Form 3903 (Moving Expenses),, Form 8606 (Non-deductible IRA),, Form 8615 (Tax for Children Under 14 with Investment Income)3) LOW-COST TAX PREP AND BACK TAXES: Schedule for 4/11-4/17 for walk-ins.4/11:12-7PM4/12: 10AM-2PM, No drop-off service4/13: 10AM-2PM, No drop-off service4/14: 9AM-3PM, No drop-off service4/16: 10AM-PM, No drop-off service4:17: 9AM-1PM, 1st 20 people onlyWill do back taxes for a charge. After 4/17/12, there are no more walk-ins and people will have to schedule an appointment. Fee assessments can not be done over the phone. Call 410-362-3445. If this number has no answer people can call 410-362-3629. For tax questions only, call 410-362-3445. If a person is over scaled they may be eligible for Money Pace Financial Services (a low-cost tax prep).Back tax issues, amendments, ect. are handled year round on an appointment only basis.

Eligibility
Pregnant women and post partum women with eligible children under 6 months of age. Must reside in Southwest Baltimore City. Tax preparation is open to all MD residents.

Area Served
Baltimore City County

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SID
5846

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Bon Secours Women's Resource



Contact
10 N Pulaski St
Baltimore, MD 21223
(410) 362-3547


Description
Offers a variety of services for women, including hospitality services (laundry, meals, showers), a job skills bank, domestic violence counseling and support groups. They assist women with children and single women. They will also assist married women as long as their name is on an eviction notice.SERVICES:1) DAY-TIME DROP-IN CENTER: Provides shower facilities, washers & dryers and telephones are available for use.2) FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE: Offers assistance to 5 applicants per month. ** ONLY CALL THE FIRST WEEKDAY OF THE MONTH. DO NOT SHOW UP AT SITE**Limited eviction prevention assistance is available. Offers up to the last $200 (bring eviction notice, photo ID, SS card, proof of income, and lease information), information and referral, supportive housing, and other services. Assists all of MD including single women and women with children. Will assist those in section 8/public housing.Moniesavailableat the beginning of each month. Can be utilized once per year (12 month period).3) PARENTING & ANGER MANAGEMENT CLASSES: Offers parenting and anger managementthe 1st & 2nd Thur, 2PM.4) CASEMANAGEMENT: Provides information and referral services, case management, a resource library and health-related workshops, as well as spiritual support and guidance.

Eligibility
Women ages 18 and older.

Area Served
Baltimore City County

Not Yet Validated

SID
5847

User Rating
0 0

North Baltimore Cares



Contact
5502 York Rd
Baltimore, MD 21212
(410) 532-2273


Description
Provides financial assistance and a food pantry for Baltimore city residents in the catchment area.SERVICES: 1) FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE: Offers financial assistance for legal evictions, utility turn-offs (must be eligible and apply for MEAP first), prescriptions and eyeglasses Financial assistance available once every 6 months. Documents associated with need must be provided, including a picture ID, proof of address and Social Security card **Financial Assistance offered on a first come, first served basis. Individuals should arrive at 8AM and doors open at 8:30AM.**ELIGIBILITY FOR MEAP and ELECTRIC UNIVERSAL SERVICE PROGRAM GRANTS: Maryland residents whose gross monthly household incomes are within the following limits, effective July 1, 2012-June 30, 2013GROSS INCOME Monthly Annually1 $1,628.95 $19,547.502 $2,206.45 $26,477.503 $2,783.95 $33,407.504 $3,361.45 $40,337.505 $3,938.95 $47,267.506 $4,516.45 $54,197.50FOR EACH ADDITIONAL PERSON, ADD $577.50; $6,930.002) FOOD PANTRY: Provides non-perishable food items to individuals once every 30 days. Clients must provide a picture ID, proof of address and Social Security cards for all children.*Crisis Intervention Fund Recipient*

Hours
Pantry: Mon & Fri: 9-11AM and Sat: 10AM-Noon. Financial Asst: Mon & Thur: Doors open at 8:30AM and individuals should arrive by 8AM.

Eligibility
Individuals 18 and older.

Area Served
Baltimore City County

Filed Under
Volunteer Opportunities, Rent Payment Assistance, Electric Payment Assistance

Validated
2019-12-17

SID
5850

User Rating
0 0

Community Assistance Network



Contact
7900 E Baltimore St
Baltimore, MD 21224
(410) 285-4674


Description
*Crisis Intervention Fund Recipient Provides assistance with fuel fund, financial assistance, food assistance, weatherization, tax assistance and accepts donations. SERVICES: 1) FUEL FUND: Assists residents with fuel bills after other resources have been exhausted, such as MEAP and FEMA. The utility company will give $1 in bill credit for every $2 that the Fund gives. Client is asked to pay a percentage of the total bill. July 1, 2012-June 30, 2013GROSS INCOME Monthly Annually1 $1,628.95 $19,547.502 $2,206.45 $26,477.503 $2,783.95 $33,407.504 $3,361.45 $40,337.505 $3,938.95 $47,267.506 $4,516.45 $54,197.50FOR EACH ADDITIONAL PERSON, ADD $577.50; $6,930.00 ELIGIBILITY: Will qualify for assistance if your income is within Fuel Fund guidelines and you have a turn-off notice and you have not received help from the fuel fund in the past 12 months.2) FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE: Offers funds when available for prescriptions, eviction prevention and BG&E turn off notices. Must provide letter from pharmacy stating the cost of prescription for prescription assistance, "Failure to Pay Rent" notice for eviction prevention, and first apply to the Office of Home Energy Programs (OHEP) and be MEAP eligible, then provide BGE turn-off notice for utility assistance. Also assists people living in section 8 or public housing for BG& E. For rent assistance, people living in Section 8 and public housing must be responsible for more than half the amount needed to fulfill the rent requirement.ELIGIBILITY FOR MEAP and ELECTRIC UNIVERSAL SERVICE PROGRAM GRANTS: Maryland residents whose gross monthly household incomes are within the following limits, July 1, 2011 - June 30, 2012: FAMILY SIZE GROSS MONTHLY INCOME MAXIMUM YEARLY 1 $1,588.12 $19,057.50 2 $2,145.20 $25,742.50 3 $2,702.29 $32,427.50 4 $3,259.37 $39,112.50 5 $3,816.45 $45,797.50 6 $4,373.54 $52,482.50 Each additional person,add $557.08 $6,685.00 3) FOOD PANTRY: Offers non-perishable and fresh produce items. Open Mon-Fri, 9AM-Noon and 1:00-4:00PM. Client must provide proper identification for every one 18 and older in the home,social security cards for all people in the home, a BGE bill, a lease andincome verification. Can receive food one time every 30 days on an emergency basis. Will not serve someone who is homeless - will refer them out. 4)WEATHERIZATION: Assists homeowners and renters by providing a variety of services to reduce energy costs. Call 410-285-6700.5) MORTGAGE ASSISTANCE REFERRALS: Provides information, counseling and referrals for those requiring mortgage guidance.6) TAX ASSISTANCE 2012:CLOSED.Call 410-285-4674 EX 113 to schedule an appointment 1/4-4/1/12. Open to any Baltimore County household that made less than $50,000 or single person who made less than $25,000 in 2011. Appointments available Mon, Wed, Fri, 9:30AM-3PM; Sat, 9-Noon.Must bring the following: -- Valid photo ID for self and spouse.-- A Social Security card for EACH family member.-- W-2 forms for all jobs worked in 2011.-- Students Loan interest information.-- Child care provider - name, address and tax ID number.-- All bank account information (a voided check and/or savings deposit slip). -- A copy of last year's tax return.-- Any document or information about money received from the IRS, including the advanced Child Tax Credit.-- All 1099 forms for other income, if any.-- Any other tax related documents.NOTE: Every adult listed on the tax form must be present on sit to sign the return prior to mailing.7) HOLIDAY DONATIONS: Accepts donations of cash, food, gifts, etc.

Hours
Closed for lunch 12-1PM daily.

Eligibility
Low-income residents. See notes for tax assistance.

Area Served
Baltimore County

Not Yet Validated

SID
5859

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40 West Assistance & Referral Center



Contact
4711 Edmondson Ave
Baltimore, MD 21229
(410) 233-4357


Description
Provides financial assistance and a food pantry. SERVICES:1) FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE: Offers up to $75 towards a legal eviction, utility turn-offs, (if approved, a check from the center is written immediately and mailed to landlord or BGE) andpharmacy assistance. Must be MEAP eligible for all financial assistance. Can assist individuals residing in section 8 housing. Financial assistance is ONLY for residents of Baltimore City zipcodes 21207 and 21229.ELIGIBILITY FOR MEAP and ELECTRIC UNIVERSAL SERVICE PROGRAM GRANTS: Maryland residents whose gross monthly household incomes are within the following limits, effective July 1, 2012-June 30, 2013GROSS INCOME Monthly Annually1 $1,628.95 $19,547.502 $2,206.45 $26,477.503 $2,783.95 $33,407.504 $3,361.45 $40,337.505 $3,938.95 $47,267.506 $4,516.45 $54,197.50FOR EACH ADDITIONAL PERSON, ADD $577.50; $6,930.002) FOOD PANTRY: Provides non-perishable and perishable food to anyone in need. Occasionally has Pampers, call first to verify.

Hours
By appointment only.

Eligibility
Low-income residents. Families with children are top priority.

Area Served
Baltimore City County

Not Yet Validated

SID
5871

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Franciscan Center



Contact
101 W 23rd St
Baltimore, MD 21218
(410) 467-5340


Description
Provides a soup kitchen, a food pantry, clothing, financial assistance, health care screenings, holiday assistance, a technology resource center and accepts donations. SERVICES:1) SOUP KITCHEN: Serves lunch daily Mon-Thur, 10AM-1PM, and also offers coffee and doughnuts Fri, 10AM-Noon.2) EMERGENCY FOOD:****Vouchers required from DSS.****Individuals need to go to DSS (specifically the one located at 2500 Pennsylvania Avenue, 443-423-7600) and simply ask for a food voucher. Must make sure to have Franciscan Centerlabeledon the voucher.Three-day supply of groceries available to residents of 21202, 21211 and 21218. Pantry hours are Mon-Thurs, 10AM. 25 bags, fist come fist served. Provides formula and Ensure, when in stock. 3) MEN AND WOMEN'S CLOTHING: Clothing for men and children are provided Mon-Tues, 10AM-Noon, and clothing for women and children are provided on Wed-Thurs, 10AM-Noon. 4) EMERGENCY SERVICES: Will only provide financial assistance once in a lifetime to an individual. Provides assistance for obtaining IDs an Maryland birth certificates (Mon-Thur, 10AM-2PM). Emergency funds (Mon-Thurs, 10AM-2PM) sometimes available for prescriptions, eviction, dental extractions; bus tokens occasionally available for emergency or employment-related situations. For BGE assistance, will assist the first 10 people 11AM-1:30PM. Individuals must have a picture id, BGE turn off notice and paperwork from MEAP and/or the Fuel Fund. Additional required items to bring include proof of income and social security card for all family members. For eviction prevention they must bring the court order andpromissorynotes(other organizations that are assisting in paying rent, or other proof that they have the remainder of the funds to pay the rent). Will only pay the last $200. Will assist people in section8/public housing. Must have an income that exceeds rent. For utility assistance they must first apply for MEAP and the Fuel Fund. They must bring proof that they applied when they apply at theFranciscanCenter. The Center will assist with the last $200 remaining on the bill. Must have an income that exceeds rent.5) HEALTH CARE: o Screenings for HIV and other STDs by Baltimore City Health Department, Thurs, 10AM-2PM. 6) TRC: Technology Resource Center -- public use computer center; coaching for basic computer skills available. Mon-Thurs, 10AM-12Noon. 7) ID: Must be a MD resident. Need to bring original birth certificate, social security cards and 2 proofs of mailing address. Mon-Thurs, 10AM-2PM. 8) HOLIDAY ASSISTANCE 2011: CLOSED Anyone in need can walk in.o THANKSGIVING: A meal will be served on November 22rd, 10AM-1PM.o CHRISTMAS: A meal will be served Dec 20th, 10AM-1PM. A gift bag of toiletries will also be given. o HOLIDAY DONATIONS: Accepts clothing and food for both holidays. Coats and gloves are also accepted at Christmas.9) DONATIONS: Accepts clothing from organizations, copier, stamps, personal hygiene items, canned good, and non-perishable food. 10) ATTIRE FOR HIRE: Professional clothes. Eligibility requirements apply. Call for an appointment.11) HOLIDAY ASSISTANCE 2012:THANKSGIVING -- HARVEST OF PLENTY (HOP) 2012: Will distribute food baskets to individuals/families who are receiving or are eligible for one of the following: unemployment, food stamps, MEAP, SSI/SSDI/SSA, TCA, or TDAP. Clients sign-up via 211MD until list is full.Must bring picture ID, Social Security card, and proof of eligibility to pick up basket. If the person who registered cannot pick-up, a proxy must be designated ahead of time and show ID DISTRIBUTION DATE: Friday, November 16th, 10AM-3PMAVAILABILITY: 200 Boxes and turkeys

Hours
See notes for program hours.

Eligibility
Low-income persons in need.

Area Served
Baltimore City County

Not Yet Validated

SID
5872

User Rating
0 0

Neighborhood Housing Services



Contact
25 E 20th St
Baltimore, MD 21218
(410) 327-1200


Description
Assists homeowners through emergency loans, loans toward settlement and closing costs, loans for home improvement/rehabilitation, first-time home buyer, homeownership counseling.SERVICES:1) EMERGENCY BRIDGE LOAN PROGRAM: Offers homeowners facing foreclosure an emergency loan to stop foreclosure proceedings and provide time to work with homeownership counselors. Loans can be requested due to predatory lending, family crisis, loss of job, and other emergencies.2) HOMEOWNERSHIP COUNSELING/HOMEBUYERS ASSISTANCE: Offers assistance through the home buying process. Includes below market financing and incentive programs, budget and credit counseling, and free homebuyers workshops held once per month on Saturday.3) REHABILITATION LOAN PROGRAM: Provides access to home improvement loans to low-income homeowners and first time buyers.4) EDUCATION: Offers classes on financial literacy and first-time home buyers education. 5) FORECLOSURE COUNSELING: Provides foreclosure counseling based on individual needs. Call for appointment.6) FINANCIAL FITNESS: Lenders give counseling to individuals who may be doing a loan modification.7) TAX PREPARATION 2012: CLOSED Offers free tax preparation to single filers who made less than $25,000 or households who made less than $50,000 in 2011. Call 211MD Mon-Fri, 8AM-5PM to schedule an appointment or sign-up online at www.bmorefreetax.org. Offers additional financial resources including savings accounts, CD's and prepaid debit cards. US Savings bonds also available. Appointments suggested, walk-ins available. Mon-Fri, 10AM-3PM, Sat, 9AM-2PM (certain Sats). No appointments scheduled on Mons.Must bring the following: -- Valid photo ID for self and spouse.-- A Social Security card for EACH family member.-- W-2 forms for all jobs worked in 2011.-- Child care provider - name, address and tax ID number.-- All banking account information (a voided check and/or savings deposit slip). -- A copy of last year's tax return.-- Any document or information about money received from the IRS, includingthe advanced Child Tax Credit.-- All 1099 forms for other income, if any.-- Any other tax related documents.NOTE: Every adult listed on the tax form must come to sign the return.Will prepare the following,,,

Eligibility
Varies per program. Call for information. Tax preperation is for MD residents.

Area Served
Baltimore City County

Not Yet Validated

SID
5896

User Rating
0 0

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