Important COVID-19 Information

The Coalition’s Client Services Office will be closed until the State of Emergency is lifted.
Clients can still access emergency financial services by calling 240-446-9649. Email questions or concerns at [email protected].
The Alan P. Linton individual shelter will continue to operate as normal, on a first come, first serve basis. Those who are utilizing the mail service can also continue to receive mail at the shelter.
The family shelter site has been closed and families have been placed in motels. The emergency family shelter will not be accepting new admissions at this time. If you are in need of family shelter you can contact the case manager at [email protected].
All volunteers have been discharged from duties until further notice.

We are currently seeking non-perishable items to support our families who are sheltered in place. Please call 240-578-5158 to arrange dropping these items off at our Resource Center.

Pouched rice
Cans of beans, meat, fruit, vegetables, soup
Powdered milk
Cereal,
Oatmeal
Peanut butter
Honey
Jam
Instant coffee and tea
Spices and condiments
Nuts
Packaged microwave meals
Snack bars, dried fruit, granola bars
Children’s liquid Tylenol
Adult Tylenol
Paper/plastic plates and plastic cutlery

 
We are in desperate need of protective gear for our staff.
Unfortunately, we have not been able to find any outside resource to support that need. Additionally, the following items are the most critical items to get us through the foreseeable future (to donate these items please contact Kavonte Duckett at [email protected] or 301-631-2670, ext. 118):

Bleach
Gloves
Disinfectant Wipes
Masks
Snacks
Bottled Water

During these uncharted times we expect to have unconventional opportunities for willing volunteers to safely assist the Religious Coalition. Please contact Nick Brown at [email protected] for more information.
Please note this is a rapidly evolving situation. Please follow us on Facebook for the most up to date information.
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We are grateful to the Frederick Community for your support!