Salvation Army Maryland financial assistance.

Low income families can try contacting the Salvation Army in Maryland for help. A number of Family Service Centers can support low income families and individuals. Resources offered include both emergency financial aid for paying bills, social services, and referrals.

While the services offered by each center will vary, and resources (particularly monetary) are limited, in general each and every Maryland Salvation Army Center may be able to offer one or more of the following. Locations can have a food pantry and an on-site clothing closet. Services can usually provide low income clients facing an emergency or hardship with free food, food, toiletries, clothing and small household items. While always limited, short-term financial relief may be provided through services that can offer rental/mortgage, burial, utility, transportation, and prescription medication assistance.

In addition, social workers as well as family services caseworkers are available to refer, network, and serve as an advocate on behalf of the low income or working poor client, and can help with other social service agencies and government programs throughout Maryland.

Rent, Gas and Utilities Assistance – Maryland Family Service Centers may be able to provide qualified applicants with immediate monetary assistance to prevent utility turn-off prevention. Rent help can be provided for eviction prevention assistance as well. Financial aid is usually only offered for those who qualify as a low-income household. In addition, applicants will need to be able to show proof of eviction status or current utilities turn-off. Locate various Maryland utility and heating bill assistance programs for struggling families.

The Salvation Army in Maryland may arrange for other financial aid to, but this depends on location. A focus is on self-sufficiency and employment needs. If someone needs free gas for their car to make it to a job interview or emergency medical appointment, vouchers may be offered for gasoline (in rare cases), bus passes distributed, or a volunteer from a Family Service Center may be able to provide transportation.

Clothing and Household Furnishings Assistance – Most of the Maryland Salvation Army centers have an on-site clothing closet and thrift store. As an example of what can be offered, both walk-in and scheduled clients can request and may be able to receive clean and suitable clothing items to meet their basic needs. This can include infant and children’s clothing items, warm clothes and coats for winter months, and diapers for infants and toddlers. Vouchers for emergency household furnishings may be provided through centers and the Booth House. Also the Dress For Success clothing closet provides clothes for individuals who need proper dress for school or their job.

 

 

 

 

Food Baskets and Food Pantries - Each of the centers houses an on-site food pantry stocked with toiletry items and non-perishable food supplies. Scheduled and walk-in clients can receive items upon verification. If you are found to be qualified, each applicant is provided a three-day supply of groceries or meals that will be appropriate for his/or her household size. You can only use this resource at most once every 3 months.

The Maryland Salvation Army offers several holiday assistance programs to aid those in need during the various year round holiday seasons. A focus is on families with children who can’t provide for their kids during Christmas, Easter, or Thanksgiving. However others, such as seniors, can receive help.

The most visible of these holiday programs are the Christmas Angel Tree and Red Kettle programs, as well as the distribution of free winter coats. In addition, free meals may be provided, or even delivered to seniors and the homebound. Many programs are available in Maryland, and the Salvation Army can refer applicants to them as well. Find Christmas charities.

In addition to these emergency financial assistance services, additional basic needs services include emergency response to fires, floods and other disasters, weekly Lifeskills development programs, supportive social services for families and individuals, and visitations to the elderly and infirmed.

Allegany and Garrett Counties

The Salvation Army Corps center
Location is 701 E. First St.
Cumberland, Maryland 21503-2467
Phone number (301) 777-7600

 

 

 

Anne Arundel County

The Salvation Army is located at 511 South Crain Hwy
Glen Burnie, MD 21060-0636
Phone (410) 768-0477. Or read more on Anne Arundel Salvation Army assistance programs.

The Salvation Army Family Services at Annapolis
351 Hilltop Lane
Annapolis, Maryland 21403
Phone (410) 263-4091

Baltimore, MD area command of Salvation Army, includes City and County Thrift Stores

The Salvation Army
Location is 814 Light St.
Baltimore, MD 21230
Phone (410) 783-2920

Address: 3401-15 Roland Ave.
Baltimore, Maryland 21211
Phone (410) 366-6187

Corps center of the Salvation Army
Primary address is 1601 W. Baltimore St.
Baltimore, MD 21223-0323
Phone (410) 233-7434

The Salvation Army
1400 Fuselage Ave.
Baltimore, MD 21220
Phone number is (410) 682-2450

 

 

 

 

Several other centers serve the Baltimore region. Items such as food, clothing, and maybe limited financial aid is paid out to pay a portion of your rent or a heating bill. More information.

The Salvation Army of Calvert, Charles, Cecil, Kent, Queen Anne's and St. Mary's Counties

Location is 814 Light St.
Baltimore, Maryland 21230
Phone (410) 347-9944

Caroline, Dorchester, and Talbot Counties

The Salvation Army
200 Washington St.
Cambridge, MD 21613
Phone (410) 228-2442

Thrift Store
442 Race St.
Cambridge, Maryland 21613
(410) 228-3117

Carroll County

Corps Center
Address is 300 Hahn Rd
Westminster, Maryland 21158
Phone (410) 876-9358

Frederick County

Location is 223 W. 5th St.
Frederick, MD 21705
Phone (301) 662-2311
Low income families, including senior households, can receive support. An extensive array of resources are administered. Click here.

Harford County Salvation Army

300 Rear Seneca St.
Havre De Grace, Maryland 21078-0309
Phone (410) 939-3535
Free food from Salvation Army pantries is combined with emergency aid, cold weather shelters, and even referrals to grant programs for rent or paying heating bills. More on Salvation Army programs in Hartford County.

 

 

 

 

The Salvation Army of Howard County

Ellicott City, MD 21043
Telephone 443.656.3376 to dial

Montgomery County Maryland

The Salvation Army
20021 Aircraft Dr.
Germantown, Maryland 20875
Phone (301) 515-5354
In addition to some of the resources indicated on this page, the Salvation Army may even be able to help local, qualified clients with self-sufficiency services. This can include information on job training, GED, and similar assistance programs. Read Montgomery County Salvation Army.

Prince George's County

4825 Edmonston Rd.
Hyattsville, MD 20781
Phone (301) 277-6103. Call for social services and information.
Case managers can help families apply for assistance, such as rental programs for homeless prevention. Holiday and Christmas assistance is offered among other resources. Continue with Price George programs.

Somerset, Wicomico, and Worchester

The Salvation Army
407 Oak St.
Salisbury, Maryland 21802-3235
Phone (410) 860-0673

Thrift Store
Address is 301 E. Vine St. & Eastern Shore Dr.
Salisbury, Maryland 21804
Call 410-749-8146

Thrift Store
521 N. Salisbury Blvd
Salisbury, MD 21804
Main number - 410-548-4684

Washington County

The Salvation Army
541 George St.
Hagerstown, MD 21740-0747
Phone: (301) 733-2440

Thrift Store
Salvation Army center address - 534 Frederick St.
Hagerstown, Maryland
Main phone: 301-739-6737

814 Light Street
Baltimore, MD 21230
(410) 783-2920

North Anne Arundel County

511 S. Crain Highway
Glen Burnie, MD 21061
(410) 768-0477

Howard County

Main address is 9017 Red Branch Rd, Suite G
Columbia, Maryland 21045
Call (443)656-3376
Everything from Christmas assistance to case management and housing, including security deposit help or shelter, is available. Click Howard County Salvation Army.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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