With access online and phone (dial 211) 2-1-1 Maryland provides a link to community health and human service resources statewide 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, in over 150 languages.
Includes: food pantries, emergency shelters, counseling, mortgage assistance, job search/placement, utility assistance, substance abuse treatment, and prescription assistance.
Maryland Community Service Locator is an online tool which offers
a resource database of public organizations that offer free or low cost
services to the community.
Includes: substance abuse treatment centers, shelters, food pantries,
clothing assistance, utility assistance, housing resources, and financial assistance.
The Behavioral Health Division offers a variety of service and treatment options to promote the emotional and physical well-being of Prince George’s County residents.
The State of Maryland recognizes the diverse skills and abilities of individuals with disabilities and encourages them to apply for employment. This page offers information and links to resources for job seekers with disabilities, including the Special Options Eligible list and the Employed Individuals with Disabilities (EID) program (also known as the Maryland Medicaid Buy In).
Prince George’s Child Resource Center exists to help make sure that families have access to quality, affordable child care, health care, and other support services.
The Domestic Violence and Human Trafficking Supportive Services Division assists in the coordination of services and programs for individuals impacted by domestic violence, human trafficking or sexual assault.