Social Services

Office of Refugee Resettlement Call Center 

For any unaccompanied minor (age <18yo when entered country without legal guardian present, and apprehended at border): Office of Refugee Resettlement Call Center.

Key: Please note border around resorces orgainzed by state.




General Resources

Social Services

Capital Food Bank

If you need food for you or your family, we’re here to help. Neighbors in need of emergency food assistance can use the map and list below to find a nearby pantry or other distribution site.

Network of Care

Provides resources for mental health and social services fields including developmental disabilities, domestic violence, prisoner reentry, service member resources and mental health information.

Benefits Checkup

Many adults over 55 need help paying for prescription drugs, health care, utilities, and other basic needs. Benefits CheckUp asks a series of questions to help identify benefits that could save you money and cover the costs of everyday expenses. Check benefits by plugging in patient info.

Elder Locator

Connect with services for older adults and their families

DC Health Matters

DC Health Matters provides a one-stop resource for online access to community health indicators and related resources that impact the health of DC communities. You will find hundreds of community health measures, evidence-based promising practices, local resources, and funding opportunities on this site.

DC Dept of Human Services

Info Montgomery

PG County Portal

Cancer Care

Nueva Vida

Organization to advocate for and help Latino families affected by cancer.

Career Development & Employment

Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute

300 M St SE
5th Floor Suite 510
Washington DC 20003

CHCI seeks to accomplish its mission by offering educational and leadership development programs, services and activities that promote the growth of participants as effective professionals and strong leaders.

Jubilee Jobs

2712 Ontario Road NW Washington DC 20009

Nonprofit workforce development organization committed to helping the poor, disadvantaged and unemployed in the Washington DC area obtain the jobs they desperately need and to guide them in moving beyond poverty toward sustained self-sufficience.

Latino Economic Development Center

Silver Spring

The Latino Economic Development Center (LEDC) equips Latinos and other D.C.-area residents with the skills and financial tools to create a better future for their families and communities. Participants in their programs learn how to buy and stay in their homes, take control of decisions affecting their apartment buildings, and start or expand small businesses.

Hispanic Serving Health Professions Schools

2639 connecticut Ave NW, Suite 203 Washingotn DC 20008

Supplies essential academic and career development resources to students, faculty and other health professionals, HSHPS addresses the mounting public health issues of providing quality and culturally competent healthcare to Hispanics living in the U.S.

Spanish Catholic Center


1618 Monroe St. NW
Washington, DC 20010

They provide employment referrals and job readiness training programs assist men and women from Hispanic countries with obtaining a job. They have new clients orientation for English and Spanish speakers.

CASA de Maryland

1460 Columbia Rd NW ste C1 Washington DC 20009

Places workers in day, temporary and permanent in jobs such as landscaping, drywall, painting, carpentry, moving and cleaning. Offers ESOL,

People-4-People Employment Assistance Program

301-989-4673 ext.1245
15300 New Hampshire Ave
Silver Spring, MD 20905

The People-4-People Employment Assistance Program is a partnership of 8 different faith communities that assists individuals with job search training and identifying career opportunities. People-4-People also offers free monthly career workshops on resume writing, interviewing skills, entrepreneurship and more.

Spanish Catholic Center

201 E Diamond Ave 3rd Floor Gaithersburg, MD 20877

They provide employment referrals and job readiness training programs assist men and women from Hispanic countries with obtaining a job. They have new clients orientation for English and Spanish speakers.

A Wider Circle

9159 Brookville Road Silver Spring, MD 20910

Job preparedness: Every season, have an intensive program that includes resume-writing, interview skills, career path identification, and job advancement, among other topics. Job coaches are provided to every participant. Access to computers for resume-writing and job searching is also provided. For attire contact Kim  for an appt. Case worker/CHW needs to complete referral form for furniture. 

CASA de Maryland

Employment placement services combined with English Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) classes, vocational training, legal services, and community organizing to help workers achieve economic self-sufficiency.

Work-Readiness and Vocational Training: CASA partners with local community colleges such as Prince George’s Community College and Montgomery College to offer a range of vocational training courses.

8300 Boone Blvd Suite 450
Vienna, VA 22182

Central Virginia
10700 Midlothian Turnpike, Suite 200
Richmond, VA 23235

The Virginia Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Foundation

The Virginia Hispanic Chamber of Commerce was founded in May 2000 as the first statewide organization to empower Hispanics in the Virginia business community by building economic, social, and cultural bridges between Virginia and its growing Hispanic community. Since its inception, the Chamber has worked to foster an environment that is conducive to business growth and benefits people with business acumen, both Hispanic and non-Hispanic, through cultural, social, and business activities.

Citizenship Services

Carecen Central American Resource Center

202.328.9799, Ext 350 for Legal Aid

Their legal department helps community members navigate the confusing and intimidating immigration process. Visit the website to see the different kind of immigration services they provide. They also provide referrals of complex immigration cases to pro bono and low cost attorneys.

Washington English Center


Offers English Language, Literacy in Spanish, citizenship and computer education programs to immigrants in DC area. Students have unlimited access to computer lab. 


Social Security Disability Benefits


Pays benefits to people who cannot work

Easter Seals


Provides services to ensure all people with disabilities and other special needs have an equal opportunity to live, learn, work and play in their communities. RNs are available at site.

Grandiff Medical Supplies

301-388-0596, Silver Spring
301-816-9100, Rockville

Seeking home care equipment and supplies can be a time-consuming and frustrating task. Call today and let the professionals at Grandiff Medical Supplies make living better and easier with appropriate home care aids.

Autism Connect

Website connects advocates and educates users about autism.

Adventist Home Health Services

301-315-3030, Corporate

Adventist HealthCare Home Care Services offers a variety of programs and services to assist you while you recuperate from an illness, injury or surgical procedure. In addition to skilled services, a full range of supportive services to assist with PT, Speech Therapy, Home care disease management (cardio, DM, other), assistance with ADLs, and more.

Meals on Wheels

301-384-7440, Silver Spring
301-434-1922, Takoma Park
301-340-1559, Rockville

Meals on Wheels delivers a warm hot meal during lunch and a cold sub for dinner. For the SS/TP location they serve MoCo and PG counties.

DHHS - Aging and Disability Services

401 Hungerford Drive, Rockville, MD 20850

Program helps connect to Adult Protective Services, In-Home Care, Health and Mental Health, Respite Care, Support for Family Caregivers, Housing, Transportation, Food/Nutrition, and more.

Department of Disability Services

Maryland State Department of Education Division of Rehabilitation Services

Check website for nearest location

Offers programs and services that help people with disabilities go to work or stay independent in their homes and communities.

Home Care/Aide Services (IHAS)

Program provides services to help assist with Daily Activity Living at home. Hours/week provided depend on funding. The county has two different programs where clients/pts can get assistance for ADLs and avoid getting sent to a nursing home too soon. Personal Care program (22,000 people subscribed, 4-5 yr waiting list) and Medical Assistance Waiver/Community Choice Program (Long process 2-3 month). Both are for Medicaid/Med.

Montgomery County Recreation-Therapeutic Recreation

Recreation office at 240-777-6870 and ask to speak with a Therapeutic Recreation Specialist

They provide accessible leisure, educational and personal activities for individuals with disabilities. Activities include arts, crafts, games, team sports, and special events.

Montgomery County Stroke Association

Tel: 301-681-6272
Charlyn 301-258-6380

Through four local chapters, they offer information and support to stroke survivors and their caregivers, and promote stroke awareness in the community.

Down Syndrome Network of Montgomery County


DSNMC, is an organization that provides support families of children, teens and adults with Down syndrome. Empowers individuals with Down syndrome and advocates.

Equipment Connections for Children

301-540-8805, Phone/Fax • email claire
12909 Barleycorn Terrace Germantown, MD 20874

Equipment Connections for Children (ECFC) is a 501(c)3 not-for-profit organization whose mission is to serve children with a disability in the greater Washington Metropolitan area by connecting costly adaptive equipment from children with disabilities who outgrow the equipment to other children who need it.

Domestic Violence

House of Ruth


Provides domestic violence services and housing.

Asian/Pacific Islander Domestic Violence Resource Project

Hotline: 202-833-2233

Ujima: The National Center on Violence Against Women in the Black Community


DC Rape Crisis Center


DCRCC is the designated State Sexual Assault Coalition for the District of Columbia providing survivor-centered advocacy through therapeutic services, training and technical assistance, community education, crisis hotline, public policy initiatives as well as volunteer opportunities.

DC Safe


24-hour crisis intervention agency for domestic violence victims providing support and resources.

My Sister's Place


Offers a full continuum of care from immediate crisis on our hotline through transitional-to-permanent housing.

Family Justice Center

6000 Jefferson St Rockville, MD 20852

FJC is a collaboration of public and private county agencies seeking to provide services to families impacted by domestic violence, in a family-friendly environment. The Mission of the FJC is to promote safety, well-being, and healing for victims of family violence.

House of Ruth

2201 Argonne Dr Baltimore, MD 21218

Provides Domestic Violence Services and housing.

Circuit Court, Family Division, Prose Project

50 Maryland Ave, 2nd floor, Rockville, MD

Walk-In Clinic offers general legal information, as well as, limited legal advice to low-income elegible customers who are representing themselves in family law cases.

Abused Persons Program

1301 Piccard Dr Rockville, MD
88818 Georgia Ave,
Silver Spring, MD 20910

Provides crisis and ongoing counseling, shelter ad advocacy services to victims of partner-related domestic abuse and their families.

Victim Assistance Program

24-hour crisis hotline: 330-376-0040
1301 Piccard Dr Ste 4100, Rockville, MD 20850

24 phone and walk-in crisis counseling, information & referral Individual and group counseling by appt.


P.O. Box 74
Dumfries, VA 22026


Action in Community through Service of Prince William Inc

The helpline provides services to Delaware, Maryland, Pennsylvania, D.C., and Virginia. Services include a comprehensive domestic violence prevention and intervention program to include the whole family women, men and children. In addition, Helpline provides an anonymous crisis telephone service as well as resource referrals. The support groups sponsored by Helpline are key for people who have lost a loved one to suicide or who have attempted suicide. Client support services, emergency assistance, food pantry, employment training program, housing services (emergency homeless shelter, affordable housing), sexual assault victims advocacy services. Domestic violence programs are part of Turning Point program and Behavior Intervention Program, and Safe Houses.

Family Counseling

College Park Youth and Family Services

Counseling Program: 240-487-3550
Recreation Center: 301-345-4425

Family counseling, parenting classes & support groups, youth life skill groups, info and referrals, drop-in center. Grupo de apoyo para padres hispanos.

Adlephi/Langley Park Family Support Center

& Healthy Families Prince George’s

Danitza Simpson: 301-431-6210
Fax: 301-431-6212
TTD: 301-772-8408
8909 Riggs Road Adelphi, MD 20783

Adult Education/ESL, Employment Readiness, Parenting & Health Education, Child Care &Child Development, Home Visiting, Transportation.

Mental Health Assoc of Montgomery County - Kensington Wheaton Youth Services


Offers services to help youth and families overcome obstacles that are in the way of student learning and growth. Through short-term mental health counseling, case management services, tutoring, educational workshops and after school programming, students improve school performance and families gain stability in their home lives.

Financial Services

DC Department of Health Care Finance

The Immigrant Children’s Program is a program designed to provide health coverage to individuals under the age of twenty-one (21) who are not eligible for Medicaid. Services covered under the Immigrant Children’s Program are identical to the services covered under Medicaid for children under age twenty-one (21).

DC Refugee Assistance Department – DC Government

Refugee Resettlement Office: (202) 698-4316

The District of Columbia Office of Refugee Resettlement (DCORR), is a federal program authorized by Title IV of the Immigration and Nationality Act (INA) (8 U.S.C. §§1521, et seq). It is designed to “provide permanent and systematic procedures for the admission to this country of refugees of special humanitarian concern to the United States, and to provide comprehensive and uniform provisions for the effective resettlement and absorption of those refugees who are admitted.”

Centro de Apoyo Familiar

6801 Kenilworth Ave, Suite 201 Riverdale, MD 20737

Centro de Apoyo Familiar (CAF) is a nonprofit agency committed to building healthy communities by providing the Latino community with social, health, and economic support that can help generate financial stability.

Gaithersburg Help

301 Muddy Branch Road Gaithersburg, MD 20878

Helps with Food, Infant needs, Prescription funding, Transportation, Financial support and Referrals

Child Care Subsidy Programs

Fax: 240-777-1342

County Program that helps with the payment of participating Daycare programs. You will need to call the daycare and make sure they will work with your child and that they accepts subsidy payments. Click on the links to learn more details about the program.

Adventist Community Service

501 Sligo Ave Silver Spring, MD

Provide emergency financial assistance with written notice of eviction, forclosure, or utility disconnection.

St Elizabeth Catholic Church

917 Montrose Rd Rockville, MD 20852

Provides emergency financial assistance for rent, mortgage, payments and utilities.

Catholic Charities

They provide many kind of support services. CM, free.

Latino Economic Development Center

11002 Viers Mills Road Ste 503
Wheaton, MD 20902

The Latino Economic Development Center (LEDC) equips Latinos and other D.C.-area residents with the skills and financial tools to create a better future for their families and communities. Participants in their programs learn how to buy and stay in their homes, take control of decisions affecting their apartment buildings, and start or expand small businesses.

Maryland CASH Campaign

217 E. Redwood St, Suite 1500 Baltimore, MD 21202

Provides free tax preparation, free/low-cost financial education and financial coaching classes.

Developmental Delays

Child Find

301-925-6600 (PG) MoCo
(P) 301-230-5966
(F) 301-230-3014

Developmental delays. The preschool program provides services to children who are 3 through 4 years of age. The program collaborates closely with Prekindergarten, Head Start and community preschools. The program utilizes a variety of intervention strategies to meet the needs of young learners. They can arrange school busses for the child’s transport. 

Infants & Toddlers

Montgomery County 
(P) 301-265-8415 
(F) 301-856-9459  

Developmental delays. The program provides services to children from birth to 34 1/2 months. 

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