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Financial and Other Hardships  

Food Security 
  • Halal Meals on Wheels

This comprehensive Social Outreach and Support model program is conducted by teams of AMSS multi-cultural Health and Long -Term Care Outreach Ambassadors. Since COVID-19, AMSS has formed Rapid Response Ambassadors Teams to meet the multitude of emergency requests for food, shelter, medical and financial support, and the increased isolation of our vulnerable diverse members. Call: 301-327-8626 or Visit Online for Resources 

  • Manna Food Center

Strives to be a place where all people at all times have access to safe, sufficient, nutritious food in order to lead fulfilling lives and contribute to making Montgomery County, Maryland a place where all live in dignity. Visit Online for Resources

  • Montgomery County Food Resources 

List of resources throughout Montgomery county such as food giveaway events, food access call center, SNAP  or Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, and Meals for Children among other information. Visit Online for Resources

  • Montgomery County Food Council - The Montgomery County Food Council is a nonprofit organization that serves as the primary connection point for businesses, nonprofits, government agencies, and residents around food system issues in our County. View Online for Resources 

Health-Related Services - Care Clinics
  • Muslim Community Center Medical Clinic

Provides compassionate and high-quality medical care to uninsured, indigent adult residents of our community regardless of race, religion, ethnicity, gender, or national origin. Visit Online for Resources 


  • Asian American Health Initiative (MCDHHS) Senior Wellness Initiative
    The Asian American Health Initiative (AAHI), a part of the Montgomery County Department of Health and Human Services, aims to improve the health and wellness of Asian American communities in Montgomery County by applying equity, community engagement, and data-driven approaches. AAHI’s Senior Wellness Initiative responds to the health and wellness needs of Asian American seniors by offering community programming, health education and wellness workshops, multilingual resources, and service referrals.  Visit Online for Resources 

  • Holy Cross Health Centers 

Holy Cross Health Center serves community members who are uninsured or Maryland Medicaid patients enrolled in the HealthChoice program through Maryland Physicians Care. ​​​

  • Holy Cross Health Partners 

Board-certified practitioners in internal medicine, family medicine, and geriatric medicine provide a complete range of primary care services for adults and children. 

Financial Planning & Financial Security & Employment 
  • Interfaith Works 

​Today, Interfaith Works is not a religious organization, but we maintain our original spirit of striving to provide Montgomery County residents in need with the best possible assistance through our various programs. Visit Online for Resources 

  • WorkSource Montgomery Asset Map

Community asset mapping is a strength-based approach to community workforce development that creates a map of the community-based organizations and associations through which people within communities come together. It serves as an effective tool for understanding the wealth of talent and resources that exist in Montgomery County. Visit Online for Resources  

Housing - Homelessness - Shelters 


  • Montgomery County Health and Human Services: Shelter Services 

​Provides coordination of services to homeless individuals and families. Services include outreach, emergency shelter, transitional housing, and permanent supportive housing. Services are provided primarily through partnerships and contracts with community non-profit organizations. Visit Online for Resources 

  • Department of Housing and Human Affairs

Montgomery County offers resources for housing and human affairs to support individuals in need of services for loans, licensing, moderately priced dwellings, home improvement and other information. Visit Online for Resources 

  • Housing for All, Ending Homeless in Montgomery County

programs of Services to End and Prevent Homelessness (SEPH) have a common vision: access by all people to safe, affordable housing, and opportunities to improve quality of life. The mission of SEPH is to make homelessness a rare, brief, and non-recurring event by operating from a Housing First philosophy. Visit Online for Resources 

Emergency Funds 
  • Islamic Centers and Churches (Coming Soon)

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