Eligible Montgomery County renters can apply now for COVID-19 rent relief. This third phase of the program provides financial assistance for tenants who meet eligibility requirements. Renters should visit the rent-relief website to apply online, see frequently asked questions and get additional program details. People without internet access or who need assistance completing the application should call 311 (240-777-0311). The […]
The Federal Emergency Management Administration (FEMA) will begin providing financial assistance for funeral expenses for COVID-19-related deaths that occurred after January 20, 2020. The assistance is limited to a maximum of $9,000 per funeral and a maximum of $35,500 per application. Funeral assistance is intended to help with expenses for funeral services and interment or […]
Schedule an appointment for the vaccine in select stores based on local eligibility guidelines. No cost with insurance or through federal program for the uninsured. Book your appointment.
Are you raising your grandchild, niece, nephew or other extended family member? If you are caring full time for children between the ages of 6-11 and reside in Montgomery County, the Center for Adoption Support and Education (C.A.S.E.) invites you to register now for this FREE 5-week virtual support group moderated by C.A.S.E. adoption-competent therapists. Participants will […]
The MBIA Residential Carpenter Apprentice Program provides an opportunity for apprentices to learn in-demand construction skills and earn a good, living wage. The program meets all federal and state requirements for formal apprenticeship and prevailing wage work including employer-sponsored classroom instruction and on-the-job training. It is the first nationally recognized Residential Carpenter Apprenticeship Certification in […]
Are you a low- or moderate-income resident of Takoma Park in need of emergency financial help for basic human needs such as housing, utilities, prescription drugs, or food? The City of Takoma Park’s Emergency Assistance Fund, administered by Ministries United Silver Spring Takoma Park (MUSST), provides financial support to income-eligible residents in crisis. Apply here.
Effective as of April, the Maryland Department of Human Services will resume recertification for all SNAP and PAA recipients. Interviews are being waived. Click here for more information in English and Spanish or here for the myMDTHINK website.
We are distributing these funds to students to help cover emergency costs related to the coronavirus pandemic. The money can be used for food, housing, health care, child care, tuition, or other school-related fees and expenses. Students do not need to be eligible for federal (Title IV) financial aid. High school students taking college classes at […]