Partner Agencies

 

2016 Campaign Partner Agencies


2-1-1 Maryland:  The 211 Maryland system provides access to health and human services 24-7 through a three digit toll free number and web site. 100 South Charles Street, 5th Floor, Baltomore, MD 443-910-1162
 
Accokeek Foundation:  The Accokeek Foundations's mission is to cultivate passion for the natural and cultural heritage of Piscataway Park and commitment to stewardship and sustainability. 3400 Bryan Point Road, Accokeek, MD 301-282-2113
 
American Red Cross:  The American Red Cross is a humanitarian organization that provides relief to victims of disasters, service to armed forces, emergency preparedness training, and volunteer engagement. 4800 Mount Hope Drive, Baltimore, MD 410-624-2000
 
Arc of Southern Maryland, Inc.:  The Arc promotes community participation, independence and personal success for children and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities.  355 West Dares Beach Rd, Pr. Frederick, MD 410-535-2413
 
Bay Community Support Services:  Bay-CSS provides quality support services to individuals with disabilities.  Our services include residential support, employment services, day activity centers, nursing care, transportation, and more.  25410 Rosedale Manor Lane, Hollywood, MD 301-863-8870
 
Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Greater Chesapeake:   Provides training, technical assistance, while recruiting and supervising volunteers paired to children who benefit academically, socially and emotionally from a positive adult role model influence. 30065 Business Center Dr, Charlotte Hall, MD  410-243-4000
 
Catherine Foundation:  Offers free pregnancy tests, post-abortion support group, abstinence speakers, childbirth/parenting classes, baby furniture and supplies, maternity clothes, fatherhood programs and numerous referrals.  3065 Old Washington Road, Waldorf, MD  301-932-8811
 
Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of Washington:   Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of Washington strengthens the lives of all in need by giving help that empowers and hope that lasts. 924 G Street, N.W., Washington D.C.  202-772-4300
 
Center for Abused Persons (CAP): Domestic violence, sexual assault and child abuse counseling.  Counseling for batterers. Community education.  Professional training. Volunteer opportunities.  Crisis hotline available Monday-Friday 9am-9pm, Holidays and Weekends 9am-5pm. 2670 Crain Hwy, Waldorf, MD  301-645-8994    Hotline 301-645-3336 
 
Center for Children, Inc : The Center for Children is a non-profit organization dedicated to the prevention and treatment of child abuse and the promotion of positive mental health.   6100 Radio Station Rd, LaPlata, MD    301-609-9887
 
Charles County Children's Aid Society, Inc :  501 (c) (3) non-profit helping families in Charles County with children by providing them food, clothing, rent/mortgage, utility assistance, educational classes, recreational activities & holiday assistance. 3600 Huntington Circle, Waldorf, MD 301-645-1561
 
Charles County Crime Solvers: We work together with the police to solve crime.  We offer anonymous rewards up to $1,000 for tips that lead to the arrest of criminals. P.O. Box 609, White Plains, MD  301-643-4698
 
Charles County Freedom Landing, Inc.: Provides community support services including wellness/recovery, peer support, social and life skills training, transportation, transitional housing to adults diagnosed with serious mental illness. 400 Potomac St., LaPlata, MD   301-932-2737
 
Charles County HARC, Inc.: Children and adults with disabilities (most are severe) and families benefit from residential, information/referral, and individual support services in their communities.  79 Industrial Park Dr, Waldorf, MD   301-932-7030
 
Charles County Literacy Council, Inc.: Provides free one-on-one adult tutoring in reading, writing, basic math, ASVAB help and English for speakers of other languages, and trains volunteer tutors. 10250 LaPlata Rd, LaPlata, MD  301-934-6488
 
Charles County Meals on Wheels, Inc. : Charles County Meals on Wheels programs ameliorate seniors' quality of life by helping them maintain their dignity, safety and independence with hot, nutritious meals, daily calls and visits.  10250 LaPlata Rd, LaPlata, MD  301-392-6325
 
Christmas in April, Charles County: Christmas in April volunteers rehabilitates residences of elderly, disabled, and low-income homeowners so they may continue to live with dignity in warmth, safety and independence. 10250 LaPlata Rd, LaPlata, MD 301-392-0202
 
Greater Baden Medical Center:  Comprehensive primary medical care for adults and children, HIV specialty care, dental services, women's health, medical case management, interpreation, mental health, WIC, migrant outreach. 7450 Albert Road, Brandywine, MD 301-599-0460
 
Health Partners, Inc. :  Provides primary adult health care, free dental care for the uninsured/underinsured children and adults of Charles County, as well as free clothing. 3070 Crain Hwy, Waldorf, MD  301-645-3556
 
Hospice of Charles County, Inc : Provides medical care and emotional support to terminally ill patients and their families, allowing patients to live their remaining days alers, pain-free and at home. 2505 Davis Rd, Waldorf, MD 301-861-5300
 
Humane Society of Charles County, Inc : Offers humane and environmental education programs, student learning opportunities, pet visitation programs for nursing homes and senior centers. Operates a shelter, adoption center for pets.  71 Industrial Park Dr, Waldorf, MD  301-645-8181
 
Jude House, Inc. :   Adults with substance dependence.  Services: individual/group/family counseling; vocational, social, spiritual and life skills; legal, housing, medical and mental health advocacy and coordination; 12 step self-help.  9505 Crain Hwy, Bel Alton, MD   301-932-0700
 
Lions Camp Merrick, Inc:  Lions Camp Merrick is a 501 (c)(3) organization providing an overnight camp experience to children who have Type 1 Diabetes, are deaf, blind and underprivileged children. 3650 Rick Hamilton Pl, Nanjemoy, MD 301-870-5858

Maryland Legal Aid Bureau, Inc.:  A private, non-profit law firm that provides free civil legal services to Maryland's economically disadvantaged and vulnerable population.  15364 Pr. Frederick Rd, Hughesville, MD   301-932-6661
 
Mattawoman Watershed Society:  Help preserve the integrity of Mattawoman Creek and its watershed for the benefit of surrounding communities through educational programs for schools, familites and the public. P.O. Box 201, Bryans Road, MD 301-751-8039
 
Melwood: Melwood advocates for and empowers individuals of differing abilities to transform their own lives through unique opportunities to work and play in the community. 5606 Dower House Road, Upper Marlboro, MD 301-599-8000
 
NAMI Southern Maryland:  NAMI Southern Maryland is an all-volunteer organization that provides education, support and advocacy services for people living with mental illness, as well as their families. 8440 Old Leonardtown Road, Hughesville, MD 240-254-2636
 
National Capital Area Council, Boy Scouts of America:  National Capital Area Council, BSA is recognized in our communities as providing the premier youth programs of youth fitness, environmental stewardship, and values based leadership development. 9190 Wisconsin Ave, Bethesda, MD  301-530-9360
 
Our Place Waldorf:  Our Place Waldorf serves one nutritious meal once a week to the homeless and those in need of a meal in Charles County, Maryland.  150 Post Office Road, Waldorf, MD 240-682-2569
 
Port Tobacco River Conservancy, Inc.:  Tests river water, notifies citizens to avoid health risk locations, implements restoration, reviews development proposals to ensure citizens' rights and educates youth about the environment. 10250 LaPlata Rd, LaPlata, MD  301-934-2025
 
Senior Services of Charles County, Inc.: Improves the quality of life for senior citizens of Charles County.  Provides individual or group assistance, services and programs which would not otherwise be available.  1210 Charles St, LaPlata, MD  301-934-5423
 
Southern Maryland Center for Independent LivingProvides services and advocacy to help empower persons with disabilities to lead self-directed, independent, and productive lives in the community they wish to live. 38588 Brett Way, Suite 1, Mechanicsville, MD  301-884-4498
 
Southern Maryland Tri-County Community Action Committee, Inc: Programs support healthy child/family development, economic stability and safety - Head Start, energy assistance, career training, transportation, housing, food assistance, weatherization and volunteer services.  8371 Old Leonardtown Rd, Hughesville, MD   301-274-4474
 
Special Olympics Maryland Charles County: Provides sports training and competitive opportunities to children and adults ages 8 and older with intellectual disabilities in a variety of Olympic-type sports.  200 Baltimore St, LaPlata, MD   301-934-9305
 
Spring Dell Center, Inc.:  An agency that assists individuals with disabilities in achieving their highest level of independence by providing support and opportunities through vocational, employment and residential services. 6040 Radio Station Rd, LaPlata, MD  301-934-4561
 
The Promise Resource Center:  Free referral services for parents seeking childcare; low-cost training to child care providers and parents, behavior management consulting to providers, teachers and parents. 29958 Killpeck Creek Ct, Charlotte Hall, MD   301-290-0040
 
Tri-County Youth Services Bureau, Inc: A community-based delinquency prevention organization providing counseling, youth development and family support services to children and youth up to age 18 and their families.  75 Industrial Park Dr, Waldorf, MD  301-645-1837
 
Western Charles County Community Association:  WCCCA conducts various activities dealing with basic human needs of low-income people in housing, hunger, health, etc., which are not met by other sources.  4600 Livingston Rd, Indian Head, MD  301-375-7750
 
Community Health Charities of MarylandNon-profit agencies that are not partners of United Way of Charles County but are eligible for pledge designations.