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Government Benefits Available to Citizens of District Heights, MD


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The Maryland Child and Adult Care Food Program provides reimbursement for meals and snacks served in eligible child care centers, adult day care centers, family child care homes, and after-school programs. In order to be eligible for cash reimburseme...
The Maryland Children's Health Program (MCHP) gives full health benefits for children up to age 19, and pregnant women of any age who meet the income guidelines. MCHP enrollees obtain care from a variety of Managed Care Organizations (MCOs) through t...
The Maryland Energy Assistance Program (MEAP) provides assistance with home 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 refrigerato...
The Food Supplement Program (FSP), as the Federal Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) is called in the state of Maryland, helps low-income households buy the food they need for healthy eating. Benefits are used like cash to buy food. FSP...
Head Start is a Federal program that promotes the school readiness of children from birth to age five from low-income families by enhancing their cognitive, social, and emotional development. Head Start programs provide a learning environment that su...
Medicaid, also called Medical Assistance, is a program that pays the medical bills of certain needy and low-income individuals. It is administered by the state and pays medical bills with Federal and state funds. Medicaid coverage is automatically...
The School Breakfast and Lunch Program provides funding that makes it possible for schools to offer a nutritious school breakfast and lunch. Schools receive Federal funds for each breakfast served, provided that the meal meets established nutrition s...
The Special Milk Program assists schools, child care centers, summer camps, and non-profit organizations by reducing the cost of milk served to enrolled children....
The WIC Program provides supplemental foods, nutrition education and referrals to health care, at no cost, to low-income pregnant, breastfeeding and postpartum women, infants, and children up to age 5 who are determined to be at nutritional risk. To ...
The Maryland Summer Food Service Program provides reimbursement to organizations for meals and snacks served to children in areas where at least 50 percent of the children qualify for free or reduced-price meals under the National School Lunch Progra...
One of the components of the Family Investment Program, Temporary Cash Assistance (TCA) is that provides cash assistance to needy families with dependent children when available resources do not fully address the family's needs and while preparing pa...
Unemployment insurance benefits provide temporary financial assistance to workers unemployed through no fault of their own that meet Maryland's eligibility requirements....
The program helps eligible low-income households through the installation of energy conservation materials in their dwelling units. These measures both reduce the consumption of energy and the cost of maintenance for these homes. Priority is given to...

Other Help & Aid Resources in District Heights, MD

District Heights, MD welfare resources are available through different outlets. Find the nearest location and make contact with a community outreach center today.

Accion International

1401 New York Ave NW # 500, Washington, DC

(202) 393-5113

American Foundation-The Blind

820 1st St NE, Washington, DC

(202) 408-0200

American Red Cross

2025 E St NW, Washington, DC

(202) 737-8300

American Rescue Workers

716 Ritchie Rd, Capitol Heights, MD

(301) 336-6200

Amnesty International

600 Pennsylvania Ave SE # 500, Washington, DC

(202) 544-7823

Anacostia Coordinating Council

2401 Shannon Pl SE, Washington, DC

(202) 889-4900

Anacostia Economic Development

1800 Martin Luther King Jr Ave, Washington, DC

(202) 889-5100

Animal Welfare Institute

900 Pennsylvania Ave, Washington, DC

(202) 337-2332

Animal Welfare Institute

1207 7th St, Washington, DC

(202) 546-5292

Ardmore Enterprises Inc

3010 Lottsford Vista Rd, Bowie, MD

(301) 306-2042

Associates For Renewal-Education

45 P St NW, Washington, DC

(202) 483-9424

Best Kids Inc

4606 Sheriff Rd NE, Washington, DC

(202) 397-2999

Board of Childcare

308 15th St SE, Washington, DC

(202) 544-6713

Bread For the City Inc

1640 Good Hope Rd SE, Washington, DC

(202) 561-8587

Catholic Charities

4275 4th St SE, Washington, DC

(202) 373-0112

Catholic Charities

220 Highview Pl SE, Washington, DC

(202) 574-3442

Catholic Community Services

6706 Marlboro Pike, Forestville, MD

(301) 568-9529

Center For Child Protection

714 G St SE, Washington, DC

(202) 544-3144

Child Welfare League-America

50 F St NW, Washington, DC

(202) 393-0195

Coalition For the Homeless

87 New York Ave NW, Washington, DC

(202) 265-4425

College Bound

128 M St NW # 220, Washington, DC

(202) 842-0858

Communications Workers-America

501 3rd St NW # C1, Washington, DC

(202) 434-1100

Community Action Group

901 Pennsylvania Ave SE, Washington, DC

(202) 543-4558

Community Family Life Services

305 E St NW, Washington, DC

(202) 347-0511

Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute

911 2nd St NE, Washington, DC

(202) 543-1771