Homeless Services - Families
Staff coordinates referrals, placements, and oversees services for homeless families placed in emergency shelters and motels. The emergency shelter system for families consists of shelters and motels under contract for placements of homeless families.
Silver Spring 240-777-3075
After hours, contact the Crisis Center 240-777-4000
Homeless Services - Adults without Children
Staff provides assessment and case management services to homeless single adults in the emergency shelter system. Initial assessments are conducted at the Crisis Center, located on the first floor at 1301 Piccard Drive in Rockville. Clients placed in the Community-Based Shelter on Wilkins Avenue in Rockville are assigned a case manager. Community
Crisis Center 301-315-4000
Supportive Housing Clinical Teams
The Supportive Housing Clinical Teams are regionalized in our three main service centers to provide case management services to families in supported housing programs. These include programs operated in partnership with the Housing Opportunities Commission and State Rental Allowance Program participants, as well as families placed in emergency shelters and the hard-to-serve Temporary Cash Assistance participants.
Transitional housing and case management services are provided to families who homeless at the time of referral and demonstrate a potential for economic self-sufficiency and improved family functioning within two years. Requires a referral.
Subsidized housing and case management services are provided to homeless families who demonstrate motivation to become economically self-sufficient within five to seven years.
Rockville - 240-777-4550
Silver Spring - 240-777-3075
Germantown - 240-777-4448
Home Energy Program -
The Maryland Energy Assistance Program (MEAP) and Electrical Universal Service Program (EUSP)
Provides financial assistance for eligible low-income households to help pay home heating and electric costs. Eligibility is determined by income, household size, fuel type and/or electric service.
Rental Assistance Program
RAP provides limited rent assistance to eligible residents that include the aged, disabled persons, individuals and families. Eligibility is determined by income, household size and rental costs.