Anne Arundel County Department of Social Services information provided by: Anne Arundel County Mental Health Agency

The mission of Anne Arundel County Department of Social Services is: To assist county residents to achieve and maintain self-sufficiency; provide services to strengthen individuals and families; and join community partners in the protection of vulnerable children and adults. Services provided: Public Assistance (Temporary Cash Assistance, Medicaid/Medical Assistance, Supplemental Food Assistance); Child Protection Services; Adult Protection Services; Family Preservation Services; Emergency Assistance; Homeless Services; Foster Care; Adoption Services; Volunteer/Special Programs; FoodLink/Emergency Food Resources; a Family Support Center in the West Street, Annapolis location.
Hours:
Daily: 8 am - 5 pm, After Hours: 410-421-8400

Target Group:
Families, Children, Adults

Application Process:
http://maryland.gov/pages/problemsolver.aspx

Eligibility Requirements:
See Web site for eligibility details

Acronym:
DSS

Record last updated: May 21 2014 4:23PM
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Addresses

  • 80 West Street
    Annapolis, MD 21401
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Phone Numbers

  • (410) 269-4500
  • Child Advocay Center, Crownsville
    (410) 421-8571
  • Interagency Family Preservation Services, Heritage Center
    (410) 897-3914
  • Child and Adult Services Screening, Glen Burnie
    (410) 421-8400

FAX

  • Glen Burnie Office
    (410) 508-2041
  • West Street Office
    (410) 974-8566

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