Services Provided: 

Food pantry is open on the first Saturday of the month from 9-11am.

3600 Clipper Mill Road, Suite 350
Baltimore, MD 21211
Services Provided: 

An AERS Nurse or Social Worker can visit a vulnerable person in their home to complete an assessment of their health and overall situation to determine that person's eligibility for certain programs and services.

As part of an AERS assessment, a resource list is shared with the client and referrals might be made for local case management, Medical Adult Day Care (MADC), or other services and supports as eligible. (Please note that some of these programs may have a "wait list.") AERS representatives can re-assess the client each year or when there is a significant change in the client's situation which might affect the type of services they need (client or family can call to request another evaluation as needed).

AERS also conducts the assessment that helps to determine an individual's eligibility for Community First Choice (CFC). CFC is a program that provides personal care support for individuals based on their needs and eligibility (CFC is only available to those who receive straight Medical Assistance - not SLMB or QMB) - AERS completes the initial assessment for CFC and it is then determined if the person will receive a "level of care" for this type of assistance. CFC assists chronically ill, frail elderly, or disabled people to remain in their own home by providing personal care assistance for activities of daily living such as bathing, dressing, eating and so on. For those who are approved for the program, personal care services are provided by an approved Agency Provider who is supervised by a nurse monitor. Personal Care Providers are not hired or employed through the AERS office.

Referrals for AERS assessments may come from any source (self, family, physicians, MADC, VA, etc.). The program is voluntary (when a referral is made, the person has the right to accept the offer for an evaluation or to decline). Assessments are provided at no cost to the client or family.

Contact the AERS office at 410-479-8055 to determine if an AERS assessment could benefit you or someone you know. When making a referral, please try to have as much information as possible so that we can determine if the person is eligible for services (name, address, phone number, contact info for the person's Power of Attorney or other involved support person, date of birth and social security number if those are known, and the reason for your referral). We will then contact the client to tell them about AERS and offer an evaluation in order to tell them about programs and services that might make sense for them in their individual situation.

403 South Seventh Street Rm 262
Denton, MD 21629
Services Provided: 

24 hour Food Pantry Boxes. You may take what you need or donate what you don't anytime.

St. Luke's UMC at 100 South Fifth Avenue, Denton, MD 21629
New Life Wesleyan Church at 13699 Greensboro Road, Greensboro, MD 21639
Trinity UMC at 302 Church Lane, Goldboro, MD 21636

Services Provided: 

The Food Center is open every second and third Thursday from 5pm - 6:30pm which is a discounted shopping program for south Caroline residents (Preston, Harmony, and Federalsburg). All items reduced in price for sales to shoppers. Minimum purchase is $15 per family.

The Clothing Center is open every Thursday from 3 - 6pm. All gently worn clothing items (some are $1 per item) with no minimum purchase or income guidelines required. We accept cash, EBT/SNAP cards, debit and credit cards for payment.

Peter Smith, Pastor
First Church of God
101 Bloomingdale Avenue
Federalsburg, MD 21632
Services Provided: 

St. Paul's United Methodist Church provides a meal to the community. The meal is provided by their soup kitchen and held on the first Wednesday of every month from 5:00pm - 7:00pm. You can eat in or take your meal with you. All are welcome!

Another location for Breaking Bread -
St. Luke's UMC
100 South 5th Avenue
Denton, MD 21629
A meal is served the 3rd Saturday of each month (September - June) from 11:15am - 12:30pm in the church hall. Take outs are available.

Services Provided: 

Food pantry is open Wednesday night at 7pm, Sunday morning 9:45am - 12:30pm, and Sunday evenings at 7pm. For emergencies call 410-924-6404, food is available anytime the church is open.

Services Provided: 

The Office of Home Energy administers a number of programs. The Maryland Energy Assistance Program (MEAP) provides assistance with home heating bills. Limited assistance is available to replace broken or inefficient furnaces. The Electric Universal Service Program (EUSP) assists eligible low-income electric customers with their electric bills. Assistance is available whether you are an active customer or you are currently without service. The Weatherization Assistance Program (WAP) may provide home weatherization services to eligible individuals such as weather stripping, caulking, plastic window covering, etc. to help make your home or apartment more fuel efficient and comfortable at no cost. The Utility Service Protection Program (USPP) protects low-income families from utility cut-offs and allows MEAP eligible households to enter into a year-round even monthly payment program with their utility company. Call the office for more information or download the application online. OHEP is a year round program. You can apply any time during the year, but you must re-apply each fiscal year (July-June).

Sharone Scott
P.O. Box 400
Denton, MD 21629
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Adult Protective Services Unit investigates vulnerable adult abuse (elder and non-elder), neglect, self-neglect and exploitation. The Adult Services Unit also offers services to seniors, services to non-aged adults, Project Home licensing and case management, In-Home Aide service, and Emergency Assistance to Adults. Provides referrals to homeless individuals during business hours, but those requiring homeless assistance outside of regular business hours can contact the Sheriff's Department at 410-479-2515.

P.O. Box 400
Denton, MD 21629