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1 Prince George s County *This directory was developed by the Prince George s School Mental Health Initiative with funding from the Maryland State Department of Education and Prince George s County Public Schools

2 TABLE OF CONTENTS Abuse and Assault 4 Advocacy 6 Alcohol and Drugs 7 Clothing Banks 11 Community Mental Health Centers/Counseling 14 Crisis 21 Department of Social Services 23 Employment 26 Food Banks 29 Foreign Born Services 37 GED Programs 40 Health Department 42 HIV/STD Testing and Resources 45 Hospitals 47 Hotlines 49 Housing Difficulties and Emergencies 52 Immunization/Medical 55 Learning and Other Disabilities 58 Legal 60 LGBT Programs and Support 62 Parent/Family Support and Services 64 Pregnancy/Infants 67 Prince George s School Mental Health Initiative 2

3 Prince George s County Public School System 70 Rape Crisis Centers and Support 72 Recreation and Other Youth Services 73 Shelters 77 Support Groups 79 Transitional Housing 81 Transportation 83 Websites 84 Prince George s School Mental Health Initiative 3

4 ABUSE AND ASSAULT Adult Protective Services 925 Brightseat Road Landover, MD Fax (To report suspected abuse/neglect) Ayuda, Inc Kalorama Avenue, N.W. Washington, D.C (Provides legal services, domestic violence services, and social services to immigrants) Bethel House 6810 Floral Park Road Brandywine, MD (Provides emergency food pantry, financial assistance for rent and utilities, domestic violence and sexual abuse counseling, narcotics anonymous meetings, and a youth mentoring program) Department of Social Services: Abuse/Neglect and Child Protective Services 805 Brightseat Road Landover, MD Daytime: Nights/Weekends: Sexual Abuse Treatment Services Family Crisis Center of Prince George s County 3601 Taylor Street Brentwood, MD ; 24-hour hotline DVCRISIS or ; Fax (For domestic violence victims and offenders; offers anger management, emergency shelter, and legal advocacy) Prince George s Hospital Sexual Assault Center 3001 Hospital Drive Cheverly, MD Hotline (Provides crisis counseling, follow-up counseling, examinations, and victim advocacy) Prince George s School Mental Health Initiative 4

5 Survivors of Incest Anonymous P.O. Box 190 Benson, MD (Agency makes referrals to local 12-step programs) ABUSE AND ASSAULT (Continued) Prince George s School Mental Health Initiative 5

6 ADVOCACY Maryland Coalition for Inclusive Education 7484 Candlewood Road, Suite R Hanover, MD Toll Free Fax (Advocacy, trainings, and support for parents who have children with disabilities) Maryland Coalition of Families for Children s Mental Health Little Patuxent Parkway, Suite 119 Columbia, MD Toll Free Fax (Provides advocacy, information, and support for families of children with mental health concerns) Maryland Committee for Children 608 Water Street Baltimore, MD Fax (Provides assistance in locating child care, and advocacy on issues related to early childhood development; services available in Spanish) Mental Health Association of Maryland 711 West 40 th Street, Suite 460 Baltimore, MD Toll Free MHAM (6426) Fax (Provides education and advocacy on behalf of individuals with mental illness) National Alliance for the Mentally Ill, Prince George s County Branch 8511 Legation Road New Carrollton, MD (Provides family-oriented mental health support, education, and advocacy) On Our Own of Maryland 1521 South Edgewood Street, Suite C Baltimore, MD Toll Free Fax (Statewide consumer education and advocacy) Prince George s School Mental Health Initiative 6

7 ALCOHOL AND DRUGS Adam s House Re-Entry Program 5001 Silver Hill Road Suitland, MD (Offers ex-offenders assistance in transitioning back into the community; services include legal assistance, substance abuse treatment, employment services, crisis intervention, and anger management) Adolescent and Family Treatment Program 1801 McCormick Drive, Suite 250 Upper Marlboro, MD (Outpatient substance abuse treatment for adolescents and adults) Adult Children of Alcoholics (ACOA) (Support groups for adult children of alcoholics) Al-Anon and Alateen (Support groups for relatives of addicts; meetings are in Prince George s County, District of Columbia, and Charles County) Alcoholics Anonymous Washington Area Intergroup 4530 Connecticut Avenue NW, Suite 111 Washington, DC (12-step programs for alcoholics) American Council on Alcoholism Alcohol Treatment Helpline (Education and referral program for alcoholism provides referrals nationwide) Bethel House 6810 Floral Park Road Brandywine, MD (Provides emergency food pantry, financial assistance for rent and utilities, domestic violence and sexual abuse counseling, narcotics anonymous meetings, and a youth mentoring program) Prince George s School Mental Health Initiative 7

8 ALCOHOL AND DRUGS (Continued) Catholic Charities: Archdiocese of Washington 924 G Street, NW Washington, DC (Offers adult education programs, shelters, healthcare, vocational training, family strengthening programs, mental health programs, substance abuse treatment, crisis assistance, and programs for immigrants) Center for Children and Parents (CAP) Program 501 Hampton Park Blvd Capitol Heights, MD (Intensive outpatient services for substance abusing mothers with dependent children, must be a Prince George s county resident and over the age of 18) Cocaine Anonymous (Support group for cocaine users) Institute for Family Centered Services 4351 Garden City Drive Landover, MD (Intensive in-home family services including therapy, case management and substance abuse treatment) La Clinicia del Pueblo th Street NW Washington, DC (Offers medical services, and substance abuse treatment to the Latino community; language interpreters are available) The Lambda Center 4228 Wisconsin Avenue, NW Washington, DC (Provides mental health services and substance abuse treatment for the LGBT community, has a sliding fee scale) Prince George s School Mental Health Initiative 8

9 ALCOHOL AND DRUGS (Continued) Langley Park Youth and Family Services 1401 E. University Blvd., Suite 201 Hyattsville, MD (Free program for adolescents involved in drugs; provides counseling, treatment and random drug testing) Nar-Anon (Meeting) 5203 St. Barnabas Road Temple Hills, MD or (Support groups for family and friends of drug abusers; meetings on Tuesdays, Fridays, and Saturdays; information line for Northern Virginia, Washington DC, and Maryland) Narcotics Anonymous (Support groups for recovering addicts) Prince George s County Health Department (Provides individual, group, and family counseling for teens with a substance abuse problem) 3003 Hospital Drive, Ground Floor 1401 E. University Blvd., Suite 201 Cheverly, MD Hyattsville, MD Piscataway Road Baltimore Avenue, Suite 203 Clinton, MD Laurel, MD Reality, Inc. 200 Laurel Avenue Laurel, MD Halfway house: (Rehabilitative services for homeless persons addicted to drugs and alcohol) Renaissance Treatment Center 525 Eastern Avenue, 2 nd Floor Capitol Heights, MD (Drug testing for adolescents accompanied by a legal guardian; General cost for testing is $20) Prince George s School Mental Health Initiative 9

10 ALCOHOL AND DRUGS (Continued) The Salvation Army Adult Rehabilitation Center (ARC) 3304 Kenilworth Avenue Bladensburg, MD (Provides occupational work therapy, educational tutoring, counseling and housing for men that are addicts) Second Genesis: Melwood House for Women and Women with Their Children 4620 Melwood Road Upper Marlboro, MD (Assists women with addictions and their children) Substance Abuse Information and Treatment Referrals HELP (4357) (Finds drug and alcohol treatment programs in the area for people seeking help) The Triangle Club 2030 P Street NW Washington, DC (Offers LGBT 12 step, AA and Al-Anon meetings) Prince George s School Mental Health Initiative 10

11 CLOTHING BANKS Adventist Community Services of Greater Washington 501 Sligo Avenue Silver Spring, MD (Open Monday-Thursday; provides clothing and food to those in need; English as a second language (ESL) and computer classes are also provided for a small fee) Ager Road United Methodist Church 6301 Ager Road West Hyattsville, MD (Open on Thursdays from 9am to 11am; provides food and clothing) American Rescue Workers Half price on everything on the second Saturday of each month. Thrift store locations: 716 Ritchie Road 6003 Old Central Avenue Capitol Heights, MD Capitol Heights, MD Faith Community Baptist Church Layhill Road Silver Spring, MD (Provides food, clothing, school supplies, and tutoring to those in need) Family Outreach Center of Ebenezer AME Church 7800 Allentown Road Fort Washington, MD (Hours of operation: Mondays, Tuesdays, & Thursdays 10am 1pm & 7pm-9pm; Saturdays 11am-1pm) First Baptist Church of Suitland 5400 Silver Hill Road Suitland, MD (Call first; referrals from agencies are accepted Mondays-Thursdays 9am to 5pm; Open Tuesday 9am to 5pm by appointments only; provides food and clothing) First New Horizon Baptist Church 9511 Piscataway Road P.O. Box 176 Clinton, MD (Food pantry and clothing bank open Monday through Friday) Prince George s School Mental Health Initiative 11

12 CLOTHING BANKS (Continued) Forestville New Redeemer Baptist Church 7808 Marlboro Pike Forestville, MD (Must live south of Central Avenue; food pantry is open on Thursdays and clothes are available on Saturdays) Help By Phone P.O. Box 324 Riverdale, MD (Clothing can be picked up at St. Christopher Episcopal Church in New Carrollton; must call first at ) Lanham Church of God 9030 Second Street Lanham, MD (Open on Monday from 7pm-9pm and Saturday 10am-3pm; offers food and clothing) Martha s Closet Eastminister Presbyterian Church 5601 Randolph Street Hyattsville, MD (Call Tuesdays and Thursdays between 9am and noon; ID and referral from agencies or congregations are required for food but are not required for clothing) Martha s Outfitter th Street, NW Washington DC (Provides free or low cost clothing, linens, and toiletries; open Tuesday through Saturday from 9am-2pm) Mission of Love 6180 Old Central Avenue Capitol Heights, MD (Provides clothing primarily and furniture when it is available) Shabach Ministries 2101 Kent Village Drive Landover, MD (Emergency food pantry and clothing closet; open Monday through Friday 10am - 2pm and the second and fourth Saturday of each month) Prince George s School Mental Health Initiative 12

13 CLOTHING BANKS (Continued) Sowing Empowerment and Economic Development 6201 Riverdale Road, #200 Riverdale, MD (Offers a food pantry, clothing bank, and home buyer workshops) United Communities Against Poverty 1400 Doewood Lane Capitol Heights, MD (Provides food, clothing and housing assistance; call for hours) Prince George s School Mental Health Initiative 13

14 COMMUNITY MENTAL HEALTH CENTERS/COUNSELING Adam s House 7826 Central Avenue Landover, MD (Serves male residents of Prince George s County between the ages of 10 and 25 without children, and up to age 35 with children) Adam s House 5001 Silver Hill Road Suitland, MD Health Center (Offers parenting education, family planning, health education, job placement, counseling and GED preparation to male adolescents and young fathers) Re-Entry Program (Offers ex-offenders assistance in transitioning back into the community; services include legal assistance, substance abuse treatment, employment services, crisis intervention, and anger management) Affiliated Sante Group 4372 Lottsford Vista Road Lanham, MD (Provides outpatient mental health treatment for children, adolescents, and adults) Affordable Behavioral Consultants 1400 Mercantile Lane, Suite 206 Largo, MD Fax (Provides therapeutic mentoring, individual and family counseling, and tutoring) Alek s House 4200 Forbes Blvd., Suite Cryden Way, Suite 100 Lanham, MD District Heights, MD (Provides mentoring, tutoring, and therapy to children and adolescents) All That s Therapeutic 6192 Oxon Hill Road, Suite 311 Oxon Hill, MD (Provides individual, group, and family counseling; accepts Medicaid and has a sliding fee scale) Prince George s School Mental Health Initiative 14

15 COMMUNITY MENTAL HEALTH CENTERS/COUNSELING (Continued) Arms Reach 7700 Old Branch Avenue, Suite 104B Clinton, MD (Provides therapeutic mentoring, tutoring, and group therapy for children and adolescents) Ascensions Community Services Inc Howard Road SE Washington, DC (Provides therapy for children, adults and families; accepts Medicaid and has a sliding fee scale) Bethel House 6810 Floral Park Road Brandywine, MD (Provides an emergency food pantry, financial assistance for rent and utilities, domestic violence and sexual abuse counseling, narcotics anonymous meetings, and a mentoring program for youth) Catholic Charities: Archdiocese of Washington 924 G Street, NW Washington, DC (Offers adult education programs, shelters, healthcare, vocational training, family strengthening programs, mental health programs, substance abuse treatment, crisis assistance, and immigration programs) Center for Therapeutic Concepts Incorporated 1400 Mercantile Lane Largo, MD (Provides counseling for children, adolescents, and families; MD Medicaid only) City of College Park Youth and Family Services 4912 Nantucket Road College Park, MD (Provides individual and group counseling, support groups for parents, and crisis intervention) Prince George s School Mental Health Initiative 15

16 COMMUNITY MENTAL HEALTH CENTERS/COUNSELING (Continued) Community Counseling and Mentoring Services, Inc Mercantile Lane, Suite 232 Largo, MD Fax (Provides counseling for children, adolescents, and families) Community Crisis Services, Inc. P.O. Box 149 Hyattsville, MD Office: if using a cell phone Local Hotline: Statewide Hotline: Local Suicide Hotline: (24 hour call center for individuals in crisis or those in need of information on mental health services or social service organizations) Contemporary Therapeutic Services 6525 Belcrest Road, Suite G-40 Hyattsville, MD (Provides services to children, adolescents, and adults; services available in Spanish, French or Creole) Crawford Consulting and Mental Health Services 6490 Landover Road, Suite D Cheverly, MD Fax (Also provide mentoring and tutoring) Essential Therapeutic Perspectives 8100 Professional Place, Suite 202 Landover, MD Family Behavioral Services, LLC 6475 New Hampshire Avenue, Suite 610 Hyattsville, MD (Provides services in Spanish) Prince George s School Mental Health Initiative 16

17 COMMUNITY MENTAL HEALTH CENTERS/COUNSELING (Continued) Family Service Foundation, Inc th Avenue Landover Hills, MD Fax (Provides services for the Deaf/Hearing Impaired, accepts uninsured patients) Greenbelt Cares Youth and Family Service Bureau 25 Crescent Road Greenbelt, MD (Provides family counseling, tutoring, GED preparation, and employment for teens) Institute for Family Centered Services 4351 Garden City Drive Landover, MD (Intensive in-home family services including therapy, case management, and substance abuse treatment) Institute for Life Enrichment 7411 Riggs Road, Suite 216 Hyattsville, MD (Provides services to children, adolescents, and adults; accepts Medical Assistance, and Medicare) La Clinicia del Pueblo th Street NW Washington, DC (Offers medical services, counseling interpretation, and substance abuse treatment to the Latino community) The Lambda Center 4228 Wisconsin Avenue NW Washington, DC (Provides mental health services and substance abuse treatment for the LGBT community, has a sliding fee scale) Maryland Family Resources 903 Brightseat Road Landover, MD (Provides services to children, adolescents, and adults; accepts uninsured patients) Prince George s School Mental Health Initiative 17

18 COMMUNITY MENTAL HEALTH CENTERS/COUNSELING (Continued) Maryland Multicultural Youth Center 7411 Riggs Road Hyattsville, MD (Provides GED and Pre-GED classes, job readiness training, employment placement, counseling and gang prevention for youth aged 11-24) Mental Health Resources Plus 6192 Oxon Hill Road Oxon Hill, MD (Provides crisis intervention, therapy, and case management to children and their families) Mentor Clinical Care 9200 Basil Court, Suite 200 Largo, MD (Provides services to children and adolescents) New Pathways Therapeutic Services, Inc Forbes Blvd., Suite 116 Lanham, MD Progressive Life Center 1933 Montana Avenue, NE 8800 Jericho City Drive Washington, DC Landover, MD Fax (Provides family therapy) Psychiatric Institute of Washington 4228 Wisconsin Avenue, NW Washington, DC or (Has inpatient and outpatient services for adolescents) Prince George s School Mental Health Initiative 18

19 COMMUNITY MENTAL HEALTH CENTERS/COUNSELING (Continued) QCI Behavioral Health 9475 Lottsford Road, Suite 250 Upper Marlboro, MD (Therapeutic services for adults) RIMS Center for Enrichment & Development 5354 Sheriff Road Chapel Oaks, MD (Provides services to children, adolescents, and adults) Safe Harbor Christian Counseling 9901 Allentown Road Fort Washington, MD (Provides individual, group, and couples counseling; must call for an appointment) Sexual Minority Youth Assistance League (SMYAL) th Street SE Washington, DC (Offers counseling, support, HIV testing, and recreational activities to LGBT youth) Transition Counseling Services 1300 Mercantile Lane Upper Marlboro, MD (Offers counseling to children and adolescents) Vesta, Inc Forestville Road 9320 Annapolis Road, Suite Senate Drive Forestville, MD Lanham, MD Lanham, MD (Serves only adults- 18 and up) (Both Lanham locations serve Hispanic youth) Prince George s School Mental Health Initiative 19

20 COMMUNITY MENTAL HEALTH CENTERS/COUNSELING (Continued) Youth Services Bureau (Individual, family, group counseling, and crisis intervention are provided) Locations: 2614 Kenhill Drive Baltimore Avenue, Suite 203 Bowie, MD Laurel, MD Nantucket Road 25 Crescent Road College Park, MD Greenbelt, MD Marbury Drive District Heights, MD Prince George s School Mental Health Initiative 20

21 CRISIS Catholic Charities: Archdiocese of Washington 924 G Street, NW Washington, DC (Offers adult education programs, shelters, healthcare, vocational training, family strengthening programs, mental health programs, substance abuse treatment, crisis assistance, and immigration programs.) Catholic Charities Langley Park th Avenue Hyattsville, MD (Provides employment, food bank, adult education, emergency assistance, and counseling to new immigrants) Community Crisis Services, Inc. P.O. Box 149 Hyattsville, MD Office: if using a cell phone Local Hotline: Statewide Hotline: County Crisis Line: Local Suicide Hotline: Local Homeless Hotline: (24 hour call center for individuals in crisis or those in need of information on mental health services or social service organizations) Community Services 425 Brightseat Road Landover, MD Fax (Emergency food assistance, eviction prevention, homeless services, Maryland energy assistance) Department of Social Services Abuse/Neglect Hotlines Daytime: Nights/Weekends: Sexual Abuse Treatment Services Prince George s School Mental Health Initiative 21

22 CRISIS (Continued) Emergency Assistance Locations (Emergency food assistance, eviction prevention, homeless services, and sexual abuse treatment services) Hyattsville: Landover: Temple Hills: Emergency Assistance to Families with Children (EAFC) EAFC provides emergency cash assistance to families who need help paying rent, utilities, or other emergency bills. Families must have at least one child under the age of 21 and living with them, provide proof that they are behind on rent, and present a notice from the utility company that service has been/will be cut off. Family Crisis Center of Prince George s County 3601 Taylor Street Brentwood, MD ; 24-hour hotline DVCRISIS or ; Fax (Provide legal advocacy, domestic violence counseling, anger management, and emergency shelter for abused spouses and their children. Spanish-speaking counselors are available.) Family Investment Offices (Food stamps, medical assistance, temporary cash assistance, temporary emergency housing) Locations: Hyattsville South County Multi-Service Center 6505 Belcrest Road th Avenue Hyattsville, MD Temple Hills, MD Fax Fax Landover 425 Brightseat Road Landover, MD Fax First Call for Help United Way (Free information and referrals to health and human services) Maryland Crisis Hotline Prince George s County Crisis Response Prince George s School Mental Health Initiative 22

23 DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES PRINCE GEORGE S COUNTY Child, Adult, and Family Services 925 Brightseat Road Landover, MD Fax (Adoption, foster home licensing, respite care, and in-home aide services) Community Services 425 Brightseat Road Landover, MD Fax (Emergency food assistance, eviction prevention, homeless services, and Maryland energy assistance) Family Investment Offices (Food stamps, medical assistance, temporary cash assistance, temporary emergency housing) Hyattsville 6505 Belcrest Road Hyattsville, MD South County Multi-Service Center th Avenue Temple Hills, MD Fax Fax Landover 425 Brightseat Road Landover, MD Fax Hotline Numbers: Abuse/Neglect (Daytime) Abuse/Neglect (Evening/Weekend) Customer Service Emergency Assistance Locations (Emergency food assistance, eviction prevention, homeless services, and sexual abuse treatment services) Hyattsville Landover Temple Hills Foster and Adoptive Home Recruitment Prince George s School Mental Health Initiative 23

24 Homeless Shelter Hotline DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES PRINCE GEORGE S COUNTY (Continued) Maryland Department of Human Resources https://www.marylandsail.org/ (This website allows you to apply online for food stamps, temporary cash assistance, medical assistance, Maryland Children s Health Program, Maryland Energy Assistance Program, and the Child Care Subsidy Program.) Purchase of Child Care Subsidy Program (This program is part of the Department of Social Services and gives eligible families vouchers to help pay for child care.) Transitional Housing 805 Brightseat Road Landover, MD (Houses men and women, with or without children and two parent families for 9 to 24 months) Programs Provided By the Department of Social Services: A person can apply for any of the following services below through their local DSS office. For information on applying, call Burial Assistance Program The Burial Assistance Program is available to help with funeral expenses of the deceased when their families can not afford funeral costs. Eligibility includes recipients of Temporary Cash Assistance, Medical Assistance and SSI. Electric Universal Service Program This program assists low-income customers with their electric bills. Emergency Assistance to Families with Children (EAFC) EAFC provides emergency cash assistance to families who need help paying rent, utilities, or other emergency bills. Families must have at least one child under the age of 21 and living with them, provide proof that they are behind on rent, and present a notice from the utility company that service has been/will be cut off. Food Stamps Helps low income families purchase food; Eligibility depends on if you: work for low wages, are unemployed, work part time, receive welfare, are elderly or disabled and live on a small income, or are homeless. Prince George s School Mental Health Initiative 24

25 DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES PRINCE GEORGE S COUNTY (Continued) Homelessness Prevention Program (HPP) Helps provide loans to families facing eviction from their homes. To be eligible, you must: live in a rental property, verify the pending eviction, and show receipts and statements that prove you cannot afford to pay your rent. Maryland Child Support Enforcement Program This program helps caretakers/parents receive child support. You must be able to establish paternity of the child and be willing to provide information about the absent parent. There are no income requirements. To apply for child support you need to go to the DSS in Temple Hills. Maryland Children s Health Program (MCHP) Provides health care coverage to low-income children up to age 19 and pregnant women Maryland Energy Assistance Program (MEAP) The Maryland Energy Assistance Program (MEAP) provides assistance with heating bills. Payments are made to your utility company on your behalf. Under this program there is limited assistance available to replace broken or inefficient refrigerators and furnaces. Maryland Pharmacy Assistance Program The Maryland Pharmacy Assistance Program provides help to qualified residents, regardless of age, who are not eligible for the Maryland Medical Assistance Program. Eligibility is not limited to the elderly and disabled. Maryland Reaching Independence and Stability through Employment (R.I.S.E.) R.I.S.E. trains people with job specific skills necessary to obtain jobs that pay at least $10 an hour and offer benefits. Head of households, youth in homes receiving temporary cash assistance, non-custodial parents who owe child support, and transitioning foster care youth are eligible for this program. Medicaid The program provides health care insurance for low-income families and individuals. The insurance covers in-patient/outpatient hospital expenses, pharmacy costs, basic physician care, nursing home costs, medical day care, personal care, mental health, and substance abuse treatment. Temporary Cash Assistance (TCA) This program helps families with minor children receive TCA for a total of 60 months. All applicants must be seeking employment while receiving TCA. Temporary Disability Assistance Program (TDAP) This program provides limited cash assistance for disabled adults. Applicants must be disabled and have no children under 18 living with them. A doctor must fill out a medical form stating the applicant cannot work for at least three months. Prince George s School Mental Health Initiative 25

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