The Eastern Shore Campus provides services to male youth, ages 14 to 20. Residents are given therapeutic, academic and behavioral support to help them overcome emotional and behavioral issues so they can function responsibly in the community after discharge.
Cabell Corporation is a property management company that has 13 subsidized housing projects in Maryland and Delaware. Call the number above and you will be given contact information for the manager of one of the projects, depending on where you would like to live.
If you or a loved one are in need of assistance with food or clothing and live in Caroline County, Crisis Care Ministries can help. Additionally, they can assist with your housing search and act as a liaison between you and the landlord. They are not currently a funded ministry but rather rely on donations of food, clothing, and personal care items. They work with local, state, and federal agencies to provide support. Thus they do not have the ability to provide funding of any kind at the current time. Those in need are required to show proof of residence (utility bill, lease or ID) and should contact either Charles or Melissa Busch at any time.
Provides assistance to single family homeowners/rental property residents in Caroline and Kent Counties (under Maryland Dept of Housing and Community Development) to obtain grants and loans to repair their homes. The grants and loans can be used for exterior and interior deficiencies including, but not limited to plumbing, wells and sewer, weatherization and energy conservation and correction of lead-based paint violations. Also provides free financial and budget counseling to help clients qualify for these state funds. A Special Loan program application can be found on their website. Operates several multi-family and senior rental properties on Delmarva. RIGHT NOW WE ARE NOT ADMINISTERING THIS PROGRAM, WE WILL BE PICKING IT UP AGAIN SOON. I DO HAVE THIS CONTACT INFORMATION FOR THE NEW PERSON AND THE PUBLIC CAN STILL REACH OUT TO ME FOR THAT INFORMATION.
BNI's Tenant-Landlord Hotline serves residential landlords and tenants throughout Maryland, with the exception of Montgomery County. The hotline handles more than 20,000 calls annually and there is no charge to callers for the service. Hotline Counselors provide both landlords and tenants with information about their rights and responsibilities under Maryland Tenant–Landlord Law and refer callers to other state and local resources such as rent court, small claims court, the local housing code enforcement office, and other legal resources where appropriate. Counselors are unable to provide callers with referrals to lawyers.
Find services that help with home delivered meals, home modifications, chronic disease self-management, caregiver support, transportation, energy assistance, shopping, chores or personal assistance. Finds community services to avoid nursing home. Creates a plan for long term care.
1-844-627-5465 toll free or 410-778-6000 local office
OVERVIEW: Provides a wide range of programs to income eligible individuals and families, also elderly and handicapped/disabled persons. Services includes community revitalization, assist families in buying homes and affordable rental housing. Also offers subsidized housing options.
MRDC Head Start offers comprehensive services to low income families including early childhood education, nutrition, health and social services, and encourages strong parental involvement. HUD certified staff provides counseling and assistance in landlord/tenant relations and eviction prevention, foreclosure prevention, and loss mitigation. First-time homebuyer counseling is available to low income households seeking to improve their housing conditions. The Circuit Rider Program helps small communities receive direct and technical assistance in personnel administration, grant preparation, & administration and overall administrative oversight.
A meeting room is available at no cost to free meetings that are open to the public with a capacity of 45-50 people. Call 410-482-2585 ext. 210 for more information.
For the Head Start classrooms, dial 410-482-2585. There is also a Head Start office in Federalsburg at 26245 Williamsburg Rd, Federalsburg, MD 21632, Phone Number 410-754-3453.
MCCR's primary operations are devoted to the intake, investigation, and processing of discrimination complaints by those living in, working in, and visiting Maryland. MCCR is a neutral finder of fact. Evidence is collected by interviewing witnesses, gathering and analyzing documents, and conducting on-site visits. After completing an investigation, staff drafts a written finding. When appropriate, parties may opt into mediation - a voluntary, confidential process in which a neutral third person(s) facilitates communication between disputing parties to attempt to reach a solution.
MCCR attorneys litigate cases before the Office of Administrative Hearings, and state and federal courts; prosecute subsequent appeals before Commission appeal panels, and state and federal appellate courts; and institute litigation responsibilities, responds to legal inquiries from the public; drafts legislation and regulations; and provides training to MCCR staff and upon request, the public.
Education & Outreach:
MCCR provides services, information, and training support to groups and individuals in Maryland. Some training topics include- Conflict Resolution, Dimensions of Diversity, Disability and Reasonable Accommodations in the Workplace, Discrimination Prevention, Religious/Spiritual Awareness at Work, Sexual Harassment Prevention, and Sexual Orientation & Gender Identity at Work.
Provide safe, affordable, and energy efficient homes for low-income families in Caroline County. Partner families work alongside volunteers and local contractors under Habitat construction supervision. Low-cost mortgages are provided in order to promote long term homeownership. Also, Habitat participates in the Neighborhood Revitalization Initiative (NRI)- which may include rehabilitation of vacant and foreclosed properties, house repairs and weatherization. Applications are being accepted for low-income homeowners. Habitat partners with other community organizations to provide services that enhance the overall quality of life in struggling neighborhoods.