Relocation and renter assistance and help in applying for county rental subsidy programs, eviction prevention, money/debt management, and other services, are provided for Gaithersburg residents.
Our Community Support Services helps individuals and families to provide support and assistance in accessing critical need services. This includes intensive case management services, community outreach, housing counseling, financial education, health reform, emergency assistance and provides additional resources and referrals to individuals and families in need.
The Coalition for the Advancement of Financial Education promotes high quality financial education for county residents by providing the tools for making informed decisions about saving, spending, borrowing, and managing credit.
FSI and the Maryland CASH (Creating Assets, Savings, and Hope) Academy Program offers free financial education workshops in English and Spanish within the Gaithersburg community.
In partnership with Montgomery County and other nonprofits, the "NON" located on the FSI Nonprofit Village Campus in Gaithersburg provides assistance for emergency services—utilities, rent, food, health care, legal matters, foreclosure prevention, free financial literacy workshops, and workforce development.
Creative Family Projects identifies problems and provides solutions by synthesizing information from organizations, institutions and corporations into booklets and training modules for the benefit of children, youth and families.
The Housing Initiative Program (HIP) is designed to reduce the incidence of homelessness in Montgomery County by providing permanent supportive housing.
At TOGETHER, our goal is to promote healthy family relationships, personal well-being, effective parenting, and employment and financial stability in our communities. All services are free of charge for those eligible to participate.
Upscale Resale employs adults in Montgomery County who are disabled by long-term, serious mental illnesses. Most employees of the shop are disabled by mental illnesses and all proceeds go toward helping them live and work in the community.