Each year, Interfaith Works helps nearly 17,000 neighbors in need through our programs that prevent, stabilize and empower. But how do you get started?
Interfaith Works has a resource guide that covers a range of services to help people who are experiencing homelessness, at risk of becoming homeless or are facing other challenges. Click on the image at right. If you are seeking assistance from any providers or programs, please call first. In many cases, appointments and/or referrals are required to proceed.
Resources for Referrals to Services Interfaith Works Connections links low-income residents of Montgomery County to the resources they need. The Resource Coordinator of this unique initiative, bilingual in English and Spanish, meets with clients to conduct a comprehensive needs assessment, gathering information to make referrals to appropriate partner providers for food, vocational services, legal assistance, health services, emergency services and child care. Contact Melissa Olaskowitz, 240-641-6308 or email@example.com.
Montgomery County’s Crisis Center is available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Please call 240.777.4000 or visit 1301 Piccard Drive, Rockville, MD 20850 for assistance. More information is available here.
Homeless families with children
Homeless families with children should go to the closest Department of Health & Human Services location between 9am-5pm.
Single homeless adults
Single, homeless adults from Montgomery County can visit Interfaith Works Empowerment Center in Silver Spring Monday-Friday from 9am-5pm. From November through March, the facility also provides safe overnight shelter from the cold. Intake hours are 8-10 pm. First come, first served. Call 301.585.4471 for more information.