Community Resources

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Maryland Volunteer Lawyers Service

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Can help you resolve your civil legal issue by matching you with a volunteer lawyer who will represent you for free. You must qualify for services by meeting income, case type and geographic guidelines. 

En español.

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Maryland Workforce Exchange

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Find jobs, training, create a resume, and locate resources. Employers can find candidates, post jobs and trainings, or evaluate the market. Administered by the Department of Labor. 

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Gateway to public services within and around the State of Maryland.

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Military Family Resource Center

Severn Library

The Military Family Resource Center housed at the Severn Community Library is a collection devoted to helping service members and their families navigate pre- and post-deployment life.

Mind Resilience

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Created by the Maryland Department of Health's Behavioral Health Administration, this toolkit is meant to create a foundation from which positive mental and behavioral health can be defined, valued, and achieved.

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National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) - Maryland

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NAMI Maryland provides educational resources and events, statewide outreach, advocacy, and affiliate organizational support. 

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National Suicide Prevention Lifeline

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Provides 24/7, free, and confidential support for people in distress, prevention and crisis resources for individuals and families, and best practices for professionals.

Phone: 1-800-628-9454

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National Suicide Prevention Lifeline - Ayuda en Español

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Lifeline ofrece 24/7, gratuito servicios en español, no es necesario hablar ingles si usted necesita ayuda. Phone: 1-888-628-9454

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Oasis: The Center for Mental Health

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Offers free screenings for anxiety and depression for ages 13 and up. Oasis provides a much-needed alternative to stressful emergency room visits and long waits for medical appointments, now offering telehealth options.

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Office of the Governor COVID-19 Response logo

Statewide updates about COVID-19

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Collection of tools and resources developed to empower County residents with access to community information. Topics include COVID-19, County budget, performance measurements, demographics, maps and GIS information, open data and land use information

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Opportunities Industrialization Center of Anne Arundel County (OIC of AAC)

Opportunities Industrialization Center of Anne Arundel County (OICofAAC) logo

Adult education and job readiness service offering free courses in GED Prep, computer literacy, and English as a Second Language. Also provides free job search assistance and reentry services.

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Opportunity Builders

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Supports youth and adults with disabilities to experience full inclusion in their communities as they learn, work, and pursue their paths to personal success. 

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Partnership for Children, Youth & Families

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Mission is to assess community human services needs and identify gaps in service, convene a neutral group of diverse stakeholders to build partnerships and develop solutions, fund services for children and families by leveraging State funding and increasing local resources, and advance the Governor’s priorities of reducing the impact of parental incarceration on children, families and communities; improving outcomes for disconnected youth; reducing childhood hunger; and reducing youth homelessness.

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Pascal Crisis Services

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Provides inpatient, outpatient and mobile crisis services for youth and families in Anne Arundel County. Inpatient location in Crownsville, outpatient and mobile service located in Odenton.

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People's Law Library of Maryland

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Legal information and self-help site. Maintained by the Maryland State Law Library and supported by Maryland's non-profit legal services providers.

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Pet Support for Victims of Domestic Violence

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Anne Arundel County Animal Care & Control Pet Support Program offers victims of domestic violence immediate alternative housing for their companion pet(s), providing victims the peace of mind needed to seek their own safety. In addition, the Agency organizes a foster care network to shelter large pets, such as horses and livestock.

Phone: (410) 222-8900

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Pro Bono Counseling Project Mental Health WARMLine

WARMLine Direct Dial (443) 608-9182

If you're feeling anxious, depressed, stressed, or just need someone to talk to, call 211 or dial (443) 608-9182 directly and you will be connected with a representative who can help. The WARMLine representative will listen to your concerns and refer you to any additional resources you may need. Available weekdays from 10 AM to 8 PM and Sat/Sun from 10 AM to 6 PM. Sponsored by the United Way of Central Maryland.  The Pro Bono Counseling WARMLine is staffed by mental health professionals, 10AM-8PM, Monday-Friday and 10AM-6PM on Saturday and Sunday.

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