Community Resources

 

 

Resources for Everyone

  • American Red Cross - As part of the Greater Chesapeake Region, the Southern Maryland Chapter provides life-saving services in Anne Arundel, Calvert, Charles and St. Mary’s counties that include emergency disaster relief to local families and emotional and financial support to military families.  For more than a century, the American Red Cross has worked to help people prepare for, respond to, and recover from disasters.
     
  • Center for Abused Persons - A private non-profit agency dedicated to reducing the prevalence and impact of interpersonal violence within Charles County. CAP offers a broad range of services that aim to support adults and adolescents affected by intimate partner violence, sexual assault, and/or childhood sexual abuse. Services include 24-hour crisis hotline, individual counseling, victim advocacy, support groups, abuse intervention programming, and community education.
  • Charles County Homeless Services and Resource Guide (PDF) - Click here.

  • The Maryland Human Trafficking Task Force - The state's primary organization that works to prevent trafficking, protect victims by providing them with the services they need, prosecute traffickers, and partner with a variety of organizations to eradicate the scourge of human trafficking from our communities.

  • Mesothelioma - Please click HERE for informational resources related to Mesothelioma.

 

 

  • Veterans Starting Small Businesses - Click here.

  • CATHERINE FOUNDATION Bilingual Volunteers Needed

    Request for bilingual women volunteers that may have a day or two (or more) a month to help us out with our Spanish population.  We have one very dedicated staff member Kathy Martin that sees clients 4 days a week every week and she desperately needs some help. Training will be provided but the main requirement is to be of good standing with the Church. 

    Interest and more information regarding this position can be sent to info@catherinefoundation.org or may call 301-932-8811 and ask Kathy Martin.

     

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