Community Resources

Alone we can do so little; together we can do so much.

These local organizations offer services and support to residents of Frederick County, MD:

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Call this phone number any time of the day or night for information and referrals to a wide variety of health and human services.

Mental Health Association of Frederick County

The Mental Health Association (MHA) promotes mental wellness and supports those with mental illness by providing advocacy, education and direct service programs.

Maryland Community Services Locator

Provides a comprehensive database of community resources available in Maryland.

Frederick County Department of Social Services

This organization provides assistance with child support, family investment, and a range of other services, including but not limited to housing, senior care and cold weather shelter.

Frederick Community Action Agency

The Frederick Community Action Agency provides food, shelter, medical care, housing, and other forms of assistance to families and individuals that are low-income or homeless.

Frederick County Housing and Community Development

Offers a full range of safe and affordable housing choices for Frederick County Residents, with an emphasis on serving low to moderate income and special needs populations.

MD Hope: Home Owners Preserving Equity

Mortgage information for Maryland homeowners in financial distress

Frederick Veteran Support Network   

ServingTogether hosts collaborative meetings where resources, events and information are shared to broaden the knowledge and understanding of available support.    

Second Chances Garage

Provides low-cost, reliable transportation and repairs to low-income families in Frederick County, MD and surrounding areas.                  

Advocates for Homeless Families, Inc.

Offers access to higher education and/or career training, weekly life skills workshops, monthly support groups, intensive case management meetings, wide network of community resources, and volunteer mentoring.    

Goodwill Industries of Monocacy Valley

Goodwill transforms donations into jobs and job training for thousands of people in Frederick and Carroll Counties in Maryland each year. All donations to Goodwill stores support training programs that help people with barriers to employment find jobs and become more self-sufficient.     

Asian American Center of Frederick

The Asian American Center of Frederick provides vital services to assist lower income, minority, or immigrant groups reach their full potential through access to health insurance enrollment, interpreter/translation services, ESL and Citizenship classes, mentoring, housing, education, employment and business development services.