The Mission of Mercy program located in Frederick County, Maryland provides residents with free health care and other medical assistance. The health care program is in the process of being expanded by over 10% as the result of grants provided to it. Currently the clinic help people with their health care needs, and helps tens of thousands of people per year with physician visits, check ups, and they provide other medical services. In addition, they disburse over 20,000 free prescription medications each and every year. Find other ways to get health care assistance. Continue.
They will be adding staff as well. An additional staff physician will added to the staff, supporting two additional clinic days per month. Health care services will be provided to those in need who lack health insurance and also to those who are struggling and have limited financial resources. Phone (301) 682-5683.
If you need access to emergency help, crisis assistance, counseling, or other resources contact the Religious Coalition for Emergency Human Needs. Phone 301-631-2670.
Additional services may be provided by the Coalition, as funding and resources allow. More Religious Coalition emergency financial assistance.
Seton Center Inc. is an agency that helps families in Emmitsburg and Frederick County. They help low income and people at or below the federal government poverty level. Among some of the services they offer include the following. Phone (301) 447-6102
-Call the center to access emergency help with vouchers for free food and items in the thrift shop, such as clothing and household products. Receive access to rental assistance programs, utilities and heating bill help, prescription drugs, gasoline, car insurance and repairs. A thrift shop on site provides low income individuals with quality clothing and household goods at affordable prices. They also offer holiday food and gifts, such as -Christmas gifts.
Job training is another free job search program that is offered which helps clients with keeping and finding a job. Participants in the job program are provided valuable information on resume writing, interview skills, community resources and networking skills. Read more Seton Center assistance programs.
Two other non profit agencies to contact for assistance include the Salvation Army (410-347-9944) and Catholic Charities 410.547.5490. Both of these agencies offer access to a variety of programs, such as rent help, limited funds for paying heating and utility bills, free food, and information on various government programs and local aid agencies.
The Salvation Army offers several services to the low income. In addition to what is mentioned above, other so called basic needs can be met. The non-profit may have free school supplies or Christmas toys for low income families and children, short term housing, and meals for Frederick Maryland families. Other social services may be motel vouchers and a thrift store for clothing. Read Salvation Army Frederick County.
Last, but not least, contact Frederick Community Action Agency. This local agency offers a wide array of assistance programs and services to local individuals and families. The agency provides low to moderate income qualified applicants with free food, shelter, hospital and medical care, rent help, housing, and other forms of assistance to families and individuals. (301) 600-1506
For more information on the Frederick Community Action Agency, people from the county can stop by or call the main office. Or click here for information.
Walkersville Maryland based Glad Valley Community Services runs an emergency relief fund that provides both financial assistance and cash grants for paying utilities (such as electric, heating, gas, and water), funds for buying heating oil and mortgage and/or rent assistance grants. Other aid is offered on a one off basis. Call 301-845-4229.
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