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  • National Organization of Mothers of Twins

    Agency: National Organization of Mother of Twins Club

    SUPPORT: Offers support for parents of multiples. Opportunities for self-help and emotional support are provided through local and statewide meetings. Services include pen pals for parents whose multiples have disabilities or parents who have disabilities, affecting their child rearing abilities. Also offers support to families with higher order mu...


  • AIDS Interfaith Residential Services, Empire Homes of Maryland

    Agency: AIDS Interfaith Residential Services

    OVERVIEW: Provides low cost housing, supportive housing, adult foster care homes and rental assistance and housing for adults throughout Baltimore City and County. SERVICES: 1) LOW-COST HOUSING: Provides permanent housing for adults throughout Baltimore City and Baltimore County. Supportive case management focuses on greater access to healthcare, s...


  • Coaching into Care

    Agency: U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs

    COACHING: Provides over the phone support and problem solving assistance to family members and others concerned about a Veteran. Coaching may include: how to talk with their Veteran about seeking care, how to get a referral, information about available programs, or how to enroll in programs. *No face to face services. Coaches are licensed clinical ...


  • Give an Hour

    Agency: Give an Hour

    COUNSELING: Provides free mental health services to active duty service members, National Guard and Reserve forces, and veterans who have separated or retired from any branch of military service. Also serves family members and loved ones of those who have served in the military. Visit www.ebenefits.va.gov to ensure that all benefits are being recei...


  • Veteran Care Coordination

    Agency: U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs

    HOMELESS OUTREACH: Offers assistance to eligible Veteran's and their families to meet with someone who will review their situation to try and make direct connections and necessary referrals with the ultimate goal for housing. Eligibility:--Served in the US Armed Forces--VHA health care eligible--Not Dishonorably discharged--HUD 1 or HUD 4 homeless ...


  • Al-Anon/Alateen Information Service, Washington Metropolitan Area

    Agency: Al-Anon/Alateen Information Service

    SUPPORT GROUPS: Provides information on the purpose and meeting locations of Al-Anon and Alateen Family Groups. Al-Anon groups offer families and friends of alcoholics the opportunity to share experiences and learn ways of handling problems. Alateen groups provide the same opportunity for teenaged children and friends of alcoholics. Offers a lite...


  • Renaissance Treatment Center

    Agency: Renaissance Treatment Center

    SUBSTANCE ABUSE TREATMENT: Provides an individualized treatment program built upon cognitive- behavioral change and 12-step philosophy emphasizing the client’s strengths and competencies, non-denominational spirituality, and continuing care placement.Most programs offered both day and evening: Addiction Evaluations Mental Health Evaluations Alcohol...


  • Families For Recovery

    Agency: National Council on Alcoholism & Drug Dependence, Maryland

    FAMILY ADVOCACY: Serves as a support network for friends and family of those who are addicted to drugs and/or alcohol. Provides opportunities for families impacted by addiction to meet and interact with others who share a common issue. Advocates on behalf of drug treatment and recovery support services.


  • Maryland Heroin Awareness Advocates

    Agency: Maryland Heroin Awareness Advocates

    ADVOCACY: Advocates for prevention, education, and support for children and adults with heroin and other opiod use disorders; including individuals with co-occuring substance abuse and mental illness. Organization consists of family members with experience related to these issues.


  • Nar-Anon Family Groups

    Agency: Nar-Anon Family Groups

    SUPPORT: Offers free and anonymous support groups designed for family and friends of drug abusers. Nar-Anon uses the 12-Step Program. Each meeting lasts for 1 hour and provides Nar-Anon literature. Most meetings focus on coping skills and shared experiences. Nar-Anon hotline volunteers provide callers with a list of all support group meetings in th...


  • Alzheimer's Association, National Capital Area Chapter

    Agency: Alzheimer's Association, National Capital Area Chapter

    OVERVIEW: Provides support for people affected by Alzheimer's Disease.SERVICES:1) HELPLINE: Offers advice to callers about caring for persons with Alzheimer's and community resources. Provides pamphlets on care, legal issues, and services. Call 800-272-3900, 24 hours/day, 7 days/week.  2) SUPPORT GROUPS: Provides support groups for relatives and fr...


  • Alzheimer's Support Group, Eastern Shore

    Agency: Alzheimer's Association, Greater Maryland

    SUPPORT GROUP: Offered to family, friends and care givers of Alzheimer's disease and related dementia. Also provides educational resources, emotional and social support for all participants.Cecil CountyAdult Day Service at Union Hospital152 Railroad AveElkton, MD 21922Contact: Jolene Paruch at 443-553-0871Groups held on the 4th Thurs of each month ...


  • Prince George's County Department of Social Services, Foster Care & Adoptive Services

    Agency: Prince George's County Department of Social Services

    OVERVIEW: Oversees adoption and foster care services for Prince George's County.SERVICES:1) FOSTER CARE: Provides services to children and families to accomplish family reunification or to implement an alternative permanency plan. Provides services to foster care youths ages 14 to 21 to prepare them for independence. 2) ADOPTIONS: One of several pe...


  • Developmental Disabilities Administration, Eastern Shore

    Agency: Developmental Disabilities Administration

    OVERVIEW: Provides information regarding programs that offer individual and family support, residential services, supportive employment, case management and resources to individuals with developmental disabilities.SERVICES:1) FAMILY SUPPORT SERVICE: Provides assistance to families with children that have developmental disabilities stay together as ...


  • Developmental Disabilities Administration, Southern Maryland

    Agency: Developmental Disabilities Administration

    COORDINATION SERVICES: Provides information on programs that offer individual and family support, case management, residential services, supportive employment, group homes and alternative living units. Office accepts applications, completes eligibility determinations and assists families in accessing appropriate services.


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