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Adaptive Living 11089 Swansfield Road
Columbia, MD

SUPERVISED HOUSING: Provides a residential program that aims to increase independence of residents. Part time supervision is provided.

Adaptive Living 11089 Swansfield Road
Columbia, MD

SUPERVISED HOUSING: Provides a residential program that aims to increase independence of residents. Part time supervision is provided.

AIDS Interfaith Residential Services, Empire Homes of Maryland 1800 North Charles Street
Baltimore, MD

OVERVIEW: Provides low cost housing, supportive housing, adult foster care homes and rental assistance and housing for adults throughout Baltimore City and County. SERVICES: 1) LOW-COST HOUSING: Provides permanent housing for adults throughout Baltimore City and Baltimore County. Supportive case management focuses on greater access to healthcare, substance abuse recovery, employability and income, with the goal of strengthening self-sufficiency.Eligibility criteria: Homeless, very low income HIV+ individuals or other disability and their family members. 2) SUPPORTIVE HOUSING: Provides supportive housing through At the Door,  for HIV+ ex-offenders leaving the prison system. The program provides residents with a continuum of care from transitional housing through self-sufficiency. Supportive case management focuses on access to healthcare, substance abuse recovery, education, employment and services activities that can successfully connect them to their community.    Eligibility: Candidates for At The Door are HIV+ ex-offenders leaving the prison system and are homeless Baltimore City residents, with low- or no income and will no family or other support systems.3) CITY STEPS: See separate listing for City Steps.  4) ADULT FOSTER CARE: Offers adult foster care facilities through the Don Miller Homes. Licensed to provide room, board, assistance, and supervision needed by adults with disabilities who are capable of living in the community, but are unable to live alone. AIRS staff provide a protective living environment in a homelike setting for ten individuals living with end-stage AIDS.    Eligibility: Low income, HIV+ individuals referred through Maryland’s Project Home. All applicants must be at least 18 years of age, single, and referred through Project Home, Baltimore City Adult Services, 300 Metro Plaza, Baltimore, MD, 21215, 410-361-5000, (general number); 443-423-6629, (Intake).  5) RENTAL ASSISTANCE & HOUSING: Provides rental assistance and housing throughout Baltimore City and County to HIV+ immigrant clients through the Un Nuevo Comienzo program.Eligibility: Low income, HIV+ individuals and family members with limited English proficiency.

AIDS Interfaith Residential Services, Empire Homes of Maryland 1800 North Charles Street
Baltimore, MD

OVERVIEW: Provides low cost housing, supportive housing, adult foster care homes and rental assistance and housing for adults throughout Baltimore City and County. SERVICES: 1) LOW-COST HOUSING: Provides permanent housing for adults throughout Baltimore City and Baltimore County. Supportive case management focuses on greater access to healthcare, substance abuse recovery, employability and income, with the goal of strengthening self-sufficiency.Eligibility criteria: Homeless, very low income HIV+ individuals or other disability and their family members. 2) SUPPORTIVE HOUSING: Provides supportive housing through At the Door,  for HIV+ ex-offenders leaving the prison system. The program provides residents with a continuum of care from transitional housing through self-sufficiency. Supportive case management focuses on access to healthcare, substance abuse recovery, education, employment and services activities that can successfully connect them to their community.    Eligibility: Candidates for At The Door are HIV+ ex-offenders leaving the prison system and are homeless Baltimore City residents, with low- or no income and will no family or other support systems.3) CITY STEPS: See separate listing for City Steps.  4) ADULT FOSTER CARE: Offers adult foster care facilities through the Don Miller Homes. Licensed to provide room, board, assistance, and supervision needed by adults with disabilities who are capable of living in the community, but are unable to live alone. AIRS staff provide a protective living environment in a homelike setting for ten individuals living with end-stage AIDS.    Eligibility: Low income, HIV+ individuals referred through Maryland’s Project Home. All applicants must be at least 18 years of age, single, and referred through Project Home, Baltimore City Adult Services, 300 Metro Plaza, Baltimore, MD, 21215, 410-361-5000, (general number); 443-423-6629, (Intake).  5) RENTAL ASSISTANCE & HOUSING: Provides rental assistance and housing throughout Baltimore City and County to HIV+ immigrant clients through the Un Nuevo Comienzo program.Eligibility: Low income, HIV+ individuals and family members with limited English proficiency.

Al-Anon & Alateen Groups, World Service Office 1600 Corporate Landing Parkway
Virginia Beach, VA

SUPPORT GROUPS: Offers confidential, anonymous, non-professional, mutual support program of recovery for relatives and friends of alcoholics. Alateen is for teens affected by someone’s alcoholism. 1-hour meetings in which members share experiences and apply Al-Anon’s principles to their lives, are held daily in various locations. Encourages practice of Al-Anon Twelve Steps and distributes Al-Anon literature.

Al-Anon & Alateen Groups, World Service Office 1600 Corporate Landing Parkway
Virginia Beach, VA

SUPPORT GROUPS: Offers confidential, anonymous, non-professional, mutual support program of recovery for relatives and friends of alcoholics. Alateen is for teens affected by someone’s alcoholism. 1-hour meetings in which members share experiences and apply Al-Anon’s principles to their lives, are held daily in various locations. Encourages practice of Al-Anon Twelve Steps and distributes Al-Anon literature.

Alice Ferguson Foundation 2001 Bryan Point Road
Accokeek, MD

OVERVIEW: Offers hands-on, environmental educational programs for students from elementary through high school and the general public. Also offers annual professional development opportunities for teachers and environmental education practitioners. all groups must have Reservation. SERVICES: 1) HARD BARGAIN FARM ENVIRONMENTAL CENTER: Provides day and overnight programs for elementary to middle school students (pre-K to 8th grade) to promote understanding and stewardship of the natural resources in the Potomac River Watershed and the legacy of farming in America. Activities include hikes, farm life exploration, canoe trips and bird watching. Also offers professional development for teachers and other educators.  Call 301-292-5665 or email Brenda Wright at bwright@fergusonfoundation.org for program information. 2) BRIDGING THE WATERSHED (BTW): Provides field experiences for high school students (9th-12th grades) in national parks in the Potomac Watershed to better understand the environmental issues that threaten its health. Includes fish, bird, soil & river studies; hikes; farm life exploration, etc. Call 301-292-8757 or email Heather Zdobysz at hzdobysz@fergusonfoundation.org for program information. 3) TRASH-FREE POTOMAC WATERSHED INITIATIVE (TFPWI): is a program to reduce trash and increase recycling, education and awareness of trash issues in the Watershed. Call 202-973-8203 or email Heather Zdobysz at hzdobysz@fergusonfoundation.org for program information. 4) WAREHAM LODGE: Available for weekend rentals by non-profit groups and community organizations. Facilities include bunkrooms for up to 44 persons, large meeting room, kitchen and spacious outdoor setting. Call 301-292-5867 for additional information.  5) OUTREACH: Sponsors the annual Potomac River Watershed Cleanup, Spring Farm Festival, Oktoberfest, Concerts and Theater in the Woods presentations.

Alice Ferguson Foundation 2001 Bryan Point Road
Accokeek, MD

OVERVIEW: Offers hands-on, environmental educational programs for students from elementary through high school and the general public. Also offers annual professional development opportunities for teachers and environmental education practitioners. all groups must have Reservation. SERVICES: 1) HARD BARGAIN FARM ENVIRONMENTAL CENTER: Provides day and overnight programs for elementary to middle school students (pre-K to 8th grade) to promote understanding and stewardship of the natural resources in the Potomac River Watershed and the legacy of farming in America. Activities include hikes, farm life exploration, canoe trips and bird watching. Also offers professional development for teachers and other educators.  Call 301-292-5665 or email Brenda Wright at bwright@fergusonfoundation.org for program information. 2) BRIDGING THE WATERSHED (BTW): Provides field experiences for high school students (9th-12th grades) in national parks in the Potomac Watershed to better understand the environmental issues that threaten its health. Includes fish, bird, soil & river studies; hikes; farm life exploration, etc. Call 301-292-8757 or email Heather Zdobysz at hzdobysz@fergusonfoundation.org for program information. 3) TRASH-FREE POTOMAC WATERSHED INITIATIVE (TFPWI): is a program to reduce trash and increase recycling, education and awareness of trash issues in the Watershed. Call 202-973-8203 or email Heather Zdobysz at hzdobysz@fergusonfoundation.org for program information. 4) WAREHAM LODGE: Available for weekend rentals by non-profit groups and community organizations. Facilities include bunkrooms for up to 44 persons, large meeting room, kitchen and spacious outdoor setting. Call 301-292-5867 for additional information.  5) OUTREACH: Sponsors the annual Potomac River Watershed Cleanup, Spring Farm Festival, Oktoberfest, Concerts and Theater in the Woods presentations.

Allegany County Health Department, Environmental Health 12501 Willowbrook Road, South East
Cumberland, MD

OVERVIEW: Works to educate the public and to enforce laws and regulations in the areas of drinking water supplies, sewage disposal, food protection, air quality, recreational facilities, public health nuisances, and rabies prevention. SERVICES: 1) WELL and SEPTIC PROGRAM: Ensures that all drinking water wells and septic systems installed as part of new construction or renovations are built to function properly and prevent the spread of disease. Call Jim Swauger at 301-759-5051. 2) ON-SITE SEWAGE DISPOSAL: Homeowners who do not have a public sewer system acquire services to set-up and maintain an on-site sewage disposal. Department works with installer to satisfy county regulations. Call Jim Swauger at 301-759-5051. 3) NON-COMMUNITY WATER: Water used by local businesses, restaurants and such are tested and monitored to assure they are in line with regulations. Also handles certification of new wells. Call Misty Joy at 301-759-5040. 4) FOOD PROTECTION PROGRAM: Ensures that restaurants, grocery and convenience stores, school cafeterias, temporary and mobile food vendors serve safe food. Call Micheal Pfaff at 301-759-5046 5) COMMUNITY HYGIENE PROGRAM: Primarily responsible for ensuring that reported animal incidents are evaluated for the risk of rabies, complaints received from citizens are investigated, assure children that are adopted or under foster care live in healthy homes, aquatic facilities are operated in a safe and sanitary manner. Also involved in sampling of private drinking water wells, and various other activities. Call Misty Joy at 301-759-5047. 6) RABIES PROGRAM: Educates the public on how to identify and prevent rabies. Clinics offered in the fall and spring for Rabies Vaccinations. Times and dates are posted on website and advertised through fliers and radio. Call Misty Joy at 301-759-5047.7) OPEN AIR PROGRAM: Permits provided to residents free of charge for burning and clearing brush piles. For commercial burning/clearing call for fee. Call Brian Dickens at 301-759-5040.

Allegany County Health Department, Environmental Health 12501 Willowbrook Road, South East
Cumberland, MD

OVERVIEW: Works to educate the public and to enforce laws and regulations in the areas of drinking water supplies, sewage disposal, food protection, air quality, recreational facilities, public health nuisances, and rabies prevention. SERVICES: 1) WELL and SEPTIC PROGRAM: Ensures that all drinking water wells and septic systems installed as part of new construction or renovations are built to function properly and prevent the spread of disease. Call Jim Swauger at 301-759-5051. 2) ON-SITE SEWAGE DISPOSAL: Homeowners who do not have a public sewer system acquire services to set-up and maintain an on-site sewage disposal. Department works with installer to satisfy county regulations. Call Jim Swauger at 301-759-5051. 3) NON-COMMUNITY WATER: Water used by local businesses, restaurants and such are tested and monitored to assure they are in line with regulations. Also handles certification of new wells. Call Misty Joy at 301-759-5040. 4) FOOD PROTECTION PROGRAM: Ensures that restaurants, grocery and convenience stores, school cafeterias, temporary and mobile food vendors serve safe food. Call Micheal Pfaff at 301-759-5046 5) COMMUNITY HYGIENE PROGRAM: Primarily responsible for ensuring that reported animal incidents are evaluated for the risk of rabies, complaints received from citizens are investigated, assure children that are adopted or under foster care live in healthy homes, aquatic facilities are operated in a safe and sanitary manner. Also involved in sampling of private drinking water wells, and various other activities. Call Misty Joy at 301-759-5047. 6) RABIES PROGRAM: Educates the public on how to identify and prevent rabies. Clinics offered in the fall and spring for Rabies Vaccinations. Times and dates are posted on website and advertised through fliers and radio. Call Misty Joy at 301-759-5047.7) OPEN AIR PROGRAM: Permits provided to residents free of charge for burning and clearing brush piles. For commercial burning/clearing call for fee. Call Brian Dickens at 301-759-5040.

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