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#1 Soldier of God

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Posted 05 May 2005 - 05:39 AM

Here is a listing of shelters in Montgomery and Prince George's County. God Bless all those that help.

Montgomery County
BOYS’ AND GIRLS’ HOMES OF MARYLAND
Contact: Hotline: 1-800-486-6736; Main Office: Michelle Sewell, (301) 589-8444 ext. 252
Population: Teenagers
Services: Short-term shelter, food, counseling, education, relief for teenagers in need, and residential long-term placements.
Specialized Services: Wheelchair accessible, Spanish bilingual staff members available.
Restrictions: None

CARROLL HOUSE
2699 Linden Lane, Silver Spring, MD 20910
Contact: (301) 495-4900 Bed Capacity: 32
Hours: 24 hours/Daily.
Population: Men. Preference given to Montgomery County residents/Maryland residents.
Services: Transitional housing, medical services, clothing, case work in Montgomery County; transportation available.
Specialized Services: Wheelchair accessible.
Restrictions: Referrals from Montgomery County DSS required.

CATHOLIC CHARITIES
BETHESDA MEN'S SHELTER
4848 Cordell Avenue, Bethesda, MD 20814
Contact: (301) 907-9597
Hours: Daily, 24 hr. Bed Capacity: 15
Population: Homeless men with mental problems in Montgomery County.
Services: Shelter, three meals, case management
Specialized Services: Wheelchair accessible
Restrictions: Referrals required from Montgomery County Government. ID and proof of residency required.

CHASE PARTNERSHIP HOUSE, COMMUNITY MINISTRIES OF ROCKVILLE
600 East Uude Drive, Rockville, MD 20850
Contact: Darrell Butlen, Program Director, (301) 424-1380
Hours: Mon-Fri, 4pm - 7:45am, Sat, Sun, and Holidays: All Day.
Population: Homeless adult men in addiction recovery.
Services: Transitional Shelter, transportation (tokens), meals, showers, case management, referrals, help with obtaining medications, dental, vision.
Restrictions: Must be actively participating in recovery treatment.

CRISIS CENTER, MONTGOMERY COUNTY
1301 Piccard Drive, Rockville, MD 20850
Contact: Staff on shift, Crisis line: (301) 315-4000, TTY: 315- 4815 for hearing impaired.
Hours: 24 hours, 7 days a week
Bed Capacity: 6 for mental health crisis stabilization only.
Population: Montgomery Co residents experiencing situational or psychiatric crisis.
Services: Comprehensive crisis intervention, psychiatric emergency services, counseling, Point of entry for homeless treatment program. Mobil Crisis team. Referrals for emergency food and shelter to appropriate agencies within Montgomery County.
Specialized Services: TTY/TTD; Translation for all languages. Wheelchair accessible.
Restrictions: None

DOROTHY DAY PLACE
251 N. Stonestreet Avenue, Rockville, MD 20850
Contact: Nola Dixon, Program Director, (301) 762-8314
Hours: 24 hours/ 7 days a week
Population: Homeless women. Bed Capacity: 20
Services: 24 hour housing, meals, showers, bus tokens, case management, laundry, clothing references, medical consultation, job and entitlement assistance, assistance with money management, and referrals as needed.
Specialized Services: Wheelchair accessible.
Restrictions: Not an emergency shelter, walk-ins and self- referrals are not accepted. Referrals required from Montgomery County Crisis Center: (301) 656-9161.

GREENTREE SHELTER
6301 Greentree Road, Bethesda, MD 20817
Contact: 301-365-4480 ext. 122 Shelter, ext. 110 receptionist Bed Capacity: 46
Hours: Daily, 24 hours
Population: Single Parent with children and/or intact families
Services: Beds, meals, clothing; individual and group counseling; child care; parental counseling; marriage counseling if needed, employment assistance.
Restrictions: Referrals from Montgomery County social service agencies and residents screened before admission.

RAINBOW PLACE
215 West Montgomery Avenue, Rockville, MD 20850
Contact: (301) 762-3363 Bed Capacity: 25
Hours: Daily, 7pm to 7am (November through March)
Population: Women, 18 years and over.
Services: Beds, meals, bus tokens, showers, washer and dryer. Limited clothing available.
Restrictions: Referrals from social workers or agencies pre ferred but not required.

SOPHIA HOUSE - EMERGENCY SHELTER FOR WOMEN
Community Ministries of Rockville (CMR)
12550 Wilkens Ave., Rockville, MD 20851
Contact: Khadijah A. Malik (301) 762-8682 x345; or (301) 770-5758 between 6:30pm - 7:30pm
Hours: Daily, 7pm - 7am Bed Capacity: 28
Population: Homeless women who may be substance involved and/or mentally ill.
Services: Emergency housing, meals, tokens and case management, laundry and shower priviledges.
Restrictions: Referrals required from the Crisis Center of Montgomery County; curfew at 8pm, Mon-Sun., no passes or overnights.

STEPPING STONES SHELTER
P. O. Box 712, Rockville, MD 20848-0712
Contact: Tina McKendree (301) 251-0567
Hours: Daily, 24 hours Bed Capacity: Up to 7 families
Population: Homeless families. Must be 18 years of age or with parent(s) not currently on drugs or alcohol, and able to physically and mentally care for oneself.
Services: Emergency Shelter, meals, clothing, case management services and supportive services.
Restrictions: Referrals required from agencies, organizations, congregations, etc.

Prince George's County
AMERICAN RESCUE WORKERS, INC.
716 Ritchie Road, Capital Heights, MD 20743
Contact: (301) 336-6200 Ext. 23
Hours: Mon-Fri., 9am - 5pm
Bed Capacity: 70 beds (male)
Services: Residential rehabilitation program for men with addiction - religious..
Restrictions: Call for criteria (301) 336-6200 ext.14

COMMUNITY MINISTRY OF PRINCE GEORGE_S
COUNTY
311 68th Place, Seat Pleasant, MD 20743
Contact: (301) 499-2319, Executive Director: The Rev. Jack VandenHengel
Hours: 9am to 5pm
Population: Homeless, low income
Services: Emergency shelter in winter, family transitional apartments, family self-sufficiency education program, emergency meal (lunch), anti-eviction loans.
Specialized Services: Wheelchair accessible.

FAMILY CRISIS CENTER OF PRINCE GEORGE'S COUNTY’S SAFE PASSAGE PROGRAM
3601 Taylor Street, Brentwood, MD 20722
Contact: (301) 864-9101 (hotline);
(301) 779-2100 (administration); (301) 864-0282 (TDD)
Hours: Daily, 24 hours Bed Capacity: 27
Population: Shelter is for battered women and their children. Counseling, case management, and other support services offered to residents.
Services: Shelter includes legal, and job assistance; transpor tation services, language interpretation, child care, pharmacy assistance, housing counseling, clothing. Non-resident counseling, legal and educational services also provided for all family members. 24-hour crisis line.
Specialized Services: Spanish, English, Arabic, Hebrew, and Greek speaking staff. Wheelchair accessible.
Restrictions: Referrals not required. Proof of residency (24 hours in PG County, DC metro area or intent to establish residency required.)

FAMILY EMERGENCY SHELTER
Adelphi, MD 20783
Contact: (301)431-4570
Hours: 8:30am to 9:00pm M-Th, 8:30am-6:00pm on Friday, 11:00pm-7:00pm on weekends & holidays
Population: Residents of PG County
Services: Shelter in apartment units up to 90 days; support services; substance abuse counseling; transportation tokens; workshops; tutoring; job assistance; child care referrals.
Specialized Services: Wheelchair accessible.
Restrictions: Referrals must come in through Hotline.

HOUSE OF IMAGENE SHELTER

Contact: Ms. Willinstine A. Broadus (301) 420-2663, (202)
518-1273 (fax); email: imageneshelter@aol.com
Hours: No walk-ins. Referrals only Bed Capacity: 6
Population: Battered women and their children
Services: 24 hour temporary residential emergency shelter for battered and homeless women and their children.
Restrictions: Referrals required

PRINCE GEORGE'S COUNTY FAMILY SHELTER PROGRAM
1520 Kanawha Street, #106, Adelphi, MD 20783
Contact: (301) 431-4570 Bed Capacity: 64
Hours: Office; 8:30am to 9:00pm weekdays, 11:00am to 7:00pm weekends. Shelter; 24 Hours
Population: Homeless Families in P G County.
Services: Day Shelter, Night Shelter, Emergency Food, Substance abuse counseling, case management, and housing placement, transportation, workshops, tutoring, job assistance, housing referrals, referrals for addictions.
Specialized Services: Wheelchair accessible.
Restrictions: Referrals from PG County Hotline or DSS required. Proof of residency (rent receipt or eviction notice) and screening required.

PRINCE GEORGE’S HOUSE
Capital Heights, MD 20743
Contact: (301) 808-5317
Hours: 24 hours Capacity: 36
Population: Men of PG County only
Services: Transitional Housing & Shelter, case management, job assistance, counseling, transportation and education services, and referrals.
Specialized Services: Wheelchair accessible
Restrictions: Referrals must come in through Hotline.

PRINCE GEORGE’S HOMELESS HOTLINE & SUICIDE PREVENTION CENTER
P.O. Box 149 Hyattsville, MD 20781
Contact: 1-888-731-0999 or (301) 864-7140
Hours: Daily, 24 hours
Population: Residents of Prince George's County.
Services: Referrals and placements for county shelters for individuals and families.
Restrictions: Proof of Prince George's County residency required.

PRINCE GEORGE'S COUNTY FAMILY
TRANSITIONAL HOUSING PROGRAM (2 SITES)
6505 Belcrest Rd., Hyattsville, MD 20782
Contact: (301) 345-6175
Hours: 8:30am to 5pm Bed Capacity: 30 apts.
Population: Families and single adults in Prince George's County.
Services: 9-24 months' stay; social services, job assistance, counseling.
Restrictions: RAP certificate, detailed interview, and confirmation of Prince George’s residency essential.

PRISCILLA'S PLACE
c/o American Rescue Workers
716 Ritchie Road, Capitol Heights, MD 20743
Contact: Jean A. Baker, (301) 336-6200 ext. 15
Hours: 24 hours
Bed Capacity: 3 units - up to 6 clients
Population: Homeless women (may have one child); first preference given to Prince George's County residents.
Services: Transitional housing. Case management, job counseling, client advocacy.
Restrictions: Must be willing to work full-time. Must not be pregnant.

SAINT ANN'S INFANT AND MATERNITY HOME
4901 Eastern Avenue, Hyattsville, MD 20782
Contact: (301)559-5500; TTY/TDD (301) 559-1119
Hours: 24 hours (non-emergency 9am to 5pm)
Population: Pregnant and Parenting adolescents, children 2 days old to 8 years.
Services: Residential, day and education services.
Specialized Services: Wheelchair accessible, some bilingual (Spanish/English) capabilities.
Restrictions: Referrals from Department of Human Services or other referring agencies.

SECOND MILE HOUSE
c/o Youth Resources Center
9601 Colesville Road, Silver Spring, MD 20901
Contact: (301) 864-4281
Hours: 24 hours, 7 days a week
Population: Teens 12-17 Male+Female Bed Capacity: 7
Services: Temporary crisis shelter for teens; individual, group and family counseling for residents; in-house school; 24 hour hotline; aftercare and supportive services; also provide services to non-residential youth and families.
Specialized Services: Bilingual staff (English/Spanish)
Restrictions: Voluntary program. Must be willing to follow program rules. Cannot be danger to self or others.

SHEPHERD'S COVE HOMELESS SHELTER - VOLUNTEERS OF AMERICA
Capitol Heights, MD 20743
Contact: (301)322-3093
Hours: 24 hours
Capacity: 20 beds for women, 80 beds for families.
Population: Residents of Prince George's County; women and children only.
Services: Case management services with linkages to all appropriate resources & services; educational training, GED, computers, resumes and transitional housing
Restrictions: Referrals must come in through Hotline

SOUTHERN AREA YOUTH SERVICES
4710 Auth Place, Ste. 620, Suitland, MD 20746
Contact: Counselor on duty, (301) 702-9730
Hours: Daily, 24 hours Bed Capacity: 7
Population: Adolescents between the ages of 13 and 17, primarily runaway and homeless.
Services: Shelter for up to 14 days; individual, family, group counseling (parent permission required unless abuse reported); educational services; clothing for residents and group home for state-referred youth with shelter up to 120 days.
Restrictions: Referrals not required.

STEP-UP PROGRAM - COMMUNITY MINISTRY OF PRINCE GEORGE’S COUNTY
311 68th Place, Seat Pleasant, MD 20743
Contact: Rev. Edna Jenkins, (301) 499-2319
Hours: On-going
Population: Homeless and at-risk individuals & families
Services: Transitional housing in a supportive environment; on-going case management
Restrictions: Prince George’s County Residents.

UNITED COMMUNITIES AGAINST POVERTY, INC.
See description on page 28.
WARM NIGHTS SHELTER - A COMMUNITY MINISTRY OF PRINCE GEORGE’S COUNTY
311 68th Place, Seat Pleasant, MD 20743
Contact: Rev. Sherita Seawright
Hours: 7pm to 7am daily from November to April
Population: Homeless individuals and families
Services: Shelter, evening meal, morning meal, mental health counseling, health assessment, employment screening and referral.
Restrictions: Prince George’s County Residents.



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#2 Sam

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Posted 11 December 2007 - 06:41 AM

Thank you so much for this information. You just don't know how many lives you have saved and how many people you have made happy. You are an angel sent from God.

Here is a listing of shelters in Montgomery and Prince George's County. God Bless all those that help.

Montgomery County
BOYS’ AND GIRLS’ HOMES OF MARYLAND
Contact: Hotline: 1-800-486-6736; Main Office: Michelle Sewell, (301) 589-8444 ext. 252
Population: Teenagers
Services: Short-term shelter, food, counseling, education, relief for teenagers in need, and residential long-term placements.
Specialized Services: Wheelchair accessible, Spanish bilingual staff members available.
Restrictions: None

CARROLL HOUSE
2699 Linden Lane, Silver Spring, MD 20910
Contact: (301) 495-4900 Bed Capacity: 32
Hours: 24 hours/Daily.
Population: Men. Preference given to Montgomery County residents/Maryland residents.
Services: Transitional housing, medical services, clothing, case work in Montgomery County; transportation available.
Specialized Services: Wheelchair accessible.
Restrictions: Referrals from Montgomery County DSS required.

CATHOLIC CHARITIES
BETHESDA MEN'S SHELTER
4848 Cordell Avenue, Bethesda, MD 20814
Contact: (301) 907-9597
Hours: Daily, 24 hr. Bed Capacity: 15
Population: Homeless men with mental problems in Montgomery County.
Services: Shelter, three meals, case management
Specialized Services: Wheelchair accessible
Restrictions: Referrals required from Montgomery County Government. ID and proof of residency required.

CHASE PARTNERSHIP HOUSE, COMMUNITY MINISTRIES OF ROCKVILLE
600 East Uude Drive, Rockville, MD 20850
Contact: Darrell Butlen, Program Director, (301) 424-1380
Hours: Mon-Fri, 4pm - 7:45am, Sat, Sun, and Holidays: All Day.
Population: Homeless adult men in addiction recovery.
Services: Transitional Shelter, transportation (tokens), meals, showers, case management, referrals, help with obtaining medications, dental, vision.
Restrictions: Must be actively participating in recovery treatment.

CRISIS CENTER, MONTGOMERY COUNTY
1301 Piccard Drive, Rockville, MD 20850
Contact: Staff on shift, Crisis line: (301) 315-4000, TTY: 315- 4815 for hearing impaired.
Hours: 24 hours, 7 days a week
Bed Capacity: 6 for mental health crisis stabilization only.
Population: Montgomery Co residents experiencing situational or psychiatric crisis.
Services: Comprehensive crisis intervention, psychiatric emergency services, counseling, Point of entry for homeless treatment program. Mobil Crisis team. Referrals for emergency food and shelter to appropriate agencies within Montgomery County.
Specialized Services: TTY/TTD; Translation for all languages. Wheelchair accessible.
Restrictions: None

DOROTHY DAY PLACE
251 N. Stonestreet Avenue, Rockville, MD 20850
Contact: Nola Dixon, Program Director, (301) 762-8314
Hours: 24 hours/ 7 days a week
Population: Homeless women. Bed Capacity: 20
Services: 24 hour housing, meals, showers, bus tokens, case management, laundry, clothing references, medical consultation, job and entitlement assistance, assistance with money management, and referrals as needed.
Specialized Services: Wheelchair accessible.
Restrictions: Not an emergency shelter, walk-ins and self- referrals are not accepted. Referrals required from Montgomery County Crisis Center: (301) 656-9161.

GREENTREE SHELTER
6301 Greentree Road, Bethesda, MD 20817
Contact: 301-365-4480 ext. 122 Shelter, ext. 110 receptionist Bed Capacity: 46
Hours: Daily, 24 hours
Population: Single Parent with children and/or intact families
Services: Beds, meals, clothing; individual and group counseling; child care; parental counseling; marriage counseling if needed, employment assistance.
Restrictions: Referrals from Montgomery County social service agencies and residents screened before admission.

RAINBOW PLACE
215 West Montgomery Avenue, Rockville, MD 20850
Contact: (301) 762-3363 Bed Capacity: 25
Hours: Daily, 7pm to 7am (November through March)
Population: Women, 18 years and over.
Services: Beds, meals, bus tokens, showers, washer and dryer. Limited clothing available.
Restrictions: Referrals from social workers or agencies pre ferred but not required.

SOPHIA HOUSE - EMERGENCY SHELTER FOR WOMEN
Community Ministries of Rockville (CMR)
12550 Wilkens Ave., Rockville, MD 20851
Contact: Khadijah A. Malik (301) 762-8682 x345; or (301) 770-5758 between 6:30pm - 7:30pm
Hours: Daily, 7pm - 7am Bed Capacity: 28
Population: Homeless women who may be substance involved and/or mentally ill.
Services: Emergency housing, meals, tokens and case management, laundry and shower priviledges.
Restrictions: Referrals required from the Crisis Center of Montgomery County; curfew at 8pm, Mon-Sun., no passes or overnights.

STEPPING STONES SHELTER
P. O. Box 712, Rockville, MD 20848-0712
Contact: Tina McKendree (301) 251-0567
Hours: Daily, 24 hours Bed Capacity: Up to 7 families
Population: Homeless families. Must be 18 years of age or with parent(s) not currently on drugs or alcohol, and able to physically and mentally care for oneself.
Services: Emergency Shelter, meals, clothing, case management services and supportive services.
Restrictions: Referrals required from agencies, organizations, congregations, etc.

Prince George's County
AMERICAN RESCUE WORKERS, INC.
716 Ritchie Road, Capital Heights, MD 20743
Contact: (301) 336-6200 Ext. 23
Hours: Mon-Fri., 9am - 5pm
Bed Capacity: 70 beds (male)
Services: Residential rehabilitation program for men with addiction - religious..
Restrictions: Call for criteria (301) 336-6200 ext.14

COMMUNITY MINISTRY OF PRINCE GEORGE_S
COUNTY
311 68th Place, Seat Pleasant, MD 20743
Contact: (301) 499-2319, Executive Director: The Rev. Jack VandenHengel
Hours: 9am to 5pm
Population: Homeless, low income
Services: Emergency shelter in winter, family transitional apartments, family self-sufficiency education program, emergency meal (lunch), anti-eviction loans.
Specialized Services: Wheelchair accessible.

FAMILY CRISIS CENTER OF PRINCE GEORGE'S COUNTY’S SAFE PASSAGE PROGRAM
3601 Taylor Street, Brentwood, MD 20722
Contact: (301) 864-9101 (hotline);
(301) 779-2100 (administration); (301) 864-0282 (TDD)
Hours: Daily, 24 hours Bed Capacity: 27
Population: Shelter is for battered women and their children. Counseling, case management, and other support services offered to residents.
Services: Shelter includes legal, and job assistance; transpor tation services, language interpretation, child care, pharmacy assistance, housing counseling, clothing. Non-resident counseling, legal and educational services also provided for all family members. 24-hour crisis line.
Specialized Services: Spanish, English, Arabic, Hebrew, and Greek speaking staff. Wheelchair accessible.
Restrictions: Referrals not required. Proof of residency (24 hours in PG County, DC metro area or intent to establish residency required.)

FAMILY EMERGENCY SHELTER
Adelphi, MD 20783
Contact: (301)431-4570
Hours: 8:30am to 9:00pm M-Th, 8:30am-6:00pm on Friday, 11:00pm-7:00pm on weekends & holidays
Population: Residents of PG County
Services: Shelter in apartment units up to 90 days; support services; substance abuse counseling; transportation tokens; workshops; tutoring; job assistance; child care referrals.
Specialized Services: Wheelchair accessible.
Restrictions: Referrals must come in through Hotline.

HOUSE OF IMAGENE SHELTER

Contact: Ms. Willinstine A. Broadus (301) 420-2663, (202)
518-1273 (fax); email: imageneshelter@aol.com
Hours: No walk-ins. Referrals only Bed Capacity: 6
Population: Battered women and their children
Services: 24 hour temporary residential emergency shelter for battered and homeless women and their children.
Restrictions: Referrals required

PRINCE GEORGE'S COUNTY FAMILY SHELTER PROGRAM
1520 Kanawha Street, #106, Adelphi, MD 20783
Contact: (301) 431-4570 Bed Capacity: 64
Hours: Office; 8:30am to 9:00pm weekdays, 11:00am to 7:00pm weekends. Shelter; 24 Hours
Population: Homeless Families in P G County.
Services: Day Shelter, Night Shelter, Emergency Food, Substance abuse counseling, case management, and housing placement, transportation, workshops, tutoring, job assistance, housing referrals, referrals for addictions.
Specialized Services: Wheelchair accessible.
Restrictions: Referrals from PG County Hotline or DSS required. Proof of residency (rent receipt or eviction notice) and screening required.

PRINCE GEORGE’S HOUSE
Capital Heights, MD 20743
Contact: (301) 808-5317
Hours: 24 hours Capacity: 36
Population: Men of PG County only
Services: Transitional Housing & Shelter, case management, job assistance, counseling, transportation and education services, and referrals.
Specialized Services: Wheelchair accessible
Restrictions: Referrals must come in through Hotline.

PRINCE GEORGE’S HOMELESS HOTLINE & SUICIDE PREVENTION CENTER
P.O. Box 149 Hyattsville, MD 20781
Contact: 1-888-731-0999 or (301) 864-7140
Hours: Daily, 24 hours
Population: Residents of Prince George's County.
Services: Referrals and placements for county shelters for individuals and families.
Restrictions: Proof of Prince George's County residency required.

PRINCE GEORGE'S COUNTY FAMILY
TRANSITIONAL HOUSING PROGRAM (2 SITES)
6505 Belcrest Rd., Hyattsville, MD 20782
Contact: (301) 345-6175
Hours: 8:30am to 5pm Bed Capacity: 30 apts.
Population: Families and single adults in Prince George's County.
Services: 9-24 months' stay; social services, job assistance, counseling.
Restrictions: RAP certificate, detailed interview, and confirmation of Prince George’s residency essential.

PRISCILLA'S PLACE
c/o American Rescue Workers
716 Ritchie Road, Capitol Heights, MD 20743
Contact: Jean A. Baker, (301) 336-6200 ext. 15
Hours: 24 hours
Bed Capacity: 3 units - up to 6 clients
Population: Homeless women (may have one child); first preference given to Prince George's County residents.
Services: Transitional housing. Case management, job counseling, client advocacy.
Restrictions: Must be willing to work full-time. Must not be pregnant.

SAINT ANN'S INFANT AND MATERNITY HOME
4901 Eastern Avenue, Hyattsville, MD 20782
Contact: (301)559-5500; TTY/TDD (301) 559-1119
Hours: 24 hours (non-emergency 9am to 5pm)
Population: Pregnant and Parenting adolescents, children 2 days old to 8 years.
Services: Residential, day and education services.
Specialized Services: Wheelchair accessible, some bilingual (Spanish/English) capabilities.
Restrictions: Referrals from Department of Human Services or other referring agencies.

SECOND MILE HOUSE
c/o Youth Resources Center
9601 Colesville Road, Silver Spring, MD 20901
Contact: (301) 864-4281
Hours: 24 hours, 7 days a week
Population: Teens 12-17 Male+Female Bed Capacity: 7
Services: Temporary crisis shelter for teens; individual, group and family counseling for residents; in-house school; 24 hour hotline; aftercare and supportive services; also provide services to non-residential youth and families.
Specialized Services: Bilingual staff (English/Spanish)
Restrictions: Voluntary program. Must be willing to follow program rules. Cannot be danger to self or others.

SHEPHERD'S COVE HOMELESS SHELTER - VOLUNTEERS OF AMERICA
Capitol Heights, MD 20743
Contact: (301)322-3093
Hours: 24 hours
Capacity: 20 beds for women, 80 beds for families.
Population: Residents of Prince George's County; women and children only.
Services: Case management services with linkages to all appropriate resources & services; educational training, GED, computers, resumes and transitional housing
Restrictions: Referrals must come in through Hotline

SOUTHERN AREA YOUTH SERVICES
4710 Auth Place, Ste. 620, Suitland, MD 20746
Contact: Counselor on duty, (301) 702-9730
Hours: Daily, 24 hours Bed Capacity: 7
Population: Adolescents between the ages of 13 and 17, primarily runaway and homeless.
Services: Shelter for up to 14 days; individual, family, group counseling (parent permission required unless abuse reported); educational services; clothing for residents and group home for state-referred youth with shelter up to 120 days.
Restrictions: Referrals not required.

STEP-UP PROGRAM - COMMUNITY MINISTRY OF PRINCE GEORGE’S COUNTY
311 68th Place, Seat Pleasant, MD 20743
Contact: Rev. Edna Jenkins, (301) 499-2319
Hours: On-going
Population: Homeless and at-risk individuals & families
Services: Transitional housing in a supportive environment; on-going case management
Restrictions: Prince George’s County Residents.

UNITED COMMUNITIES AGAINST POVERTY, INC.
See description on page 28.
WARM NIGHTS SHELTER - A COMMUNITY MINISTRY OF PRINCE GEORGE’S COUNTY
311 68th Place, Seat Pleasant, MD 20743
Contact: Rev. Sherita Seawright
Hours: 7pm to 7am daily from November to April
Population: Homeless individuals and families
Services: Shelter, evening meal, morning meal, mental health counseling, health assessment, employment screening and referral.
Restrictions: Prince George’s County Residents.



#3 Guest

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Posted 12 June 2008 - 10:26 AM

Hi, unfortunately we no longer have this program listed below......but we do still run the men's drug and alcohol rehabilitation center listed above


PRISCILLA'S PLACE
c/o American Rescue Workers
716 Ritchie Road, Capitol Heights, MD 20743
Contact: Jean A. Baker, (301) 336-6200 ext. 15
Hours: 24 hours
Bed Capacity: 3 units - up to 6 clients
Population: Homeless women (may have one child); first preference given to Prince George's County residents.
Services: Transitional housing. Case management, job counseling, client advocacy.
Restrictions: Must be willing to work full-time. Must not be pregnant.

#4 Linda Nelson Anderson

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Posted 17 April 2010 - 11:44 AM

I am looking for a Khadijah Malik who went to Hope College in 65/66......

#5 social work intern

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Posted 26 March 2012 - 04:58 AM

Hello
I am a social work intern working with homeless men who have completed a spiritual rehab program. I'm searching for transitional and permanent housing for these men. They are clean and sober. A few have jobs, most do not yet. They are currently in DC. They are all on the Department of Housing lists. But from my limited understanding of housing, it sounds like those who signed up in 2003 are just now being placed. So I'm searching for alternative housing sources in the DC metro area. Some of the men are over 50, some are younger. I believe one is disabled. If you can provide any resources, I'd very much appreciate it. Thank you!

#6 mdsurplus@hotmail.com

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Posted 28 March 2013 - 04:24 AM

Hello,

I know that as you get placed in new homes and come out of shelters, furnishing, towels and clothing are sometime an issue. We at Maryland Surplus (www.marylandsurplus.com) are willing to give larger discounts to anyone coming out of a shelter and trying to get restarted. You can go on the web or call us directly at (240) 780-2342.

We have furniture for every room and we can furnish an average room for about $150.00.

Regards,

Maryland Surplus
mdsurplus@hotmail.com
www.marylandsurplus.com
(240) 780-2342




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