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Center for Families In Transition
8720 Georgia Ave, Silver Spring, MD 20910
The Center for Families In Transition provides mental health services to families in Silver Spring, MD, includingMore psychological evaluations.  Call the number provided to schedule an appointment.
Interfaith Works - Carroll House
2699 Linden Ln, Silver Spring, MD 20910
Carroll House provides transitional housing for up to 32 homeless men in Montgomery County. The mission of Carroll HouseMore is to help men transition out of the shelter and into the greater community. Additional services include counseling, case management, vocational and job counseling, meals and access to laundry facilities and a kitchen. Carroll House also helps with the needs of the disabled. Citizens interested in volunteering or donating can find appropriate contact information on the Carroll House website.
Housing Unlimited
1398 Lamberton Dr, Silver Spring, MD 20902
Housing Unlimited is a non-profit organization that provides affordable, independent housing for adults in MontgomeryMore County with psychiatric disabilities. Housing Unlimited's mission is to help adults with such disabilities to transition into a life that provides a high level of independence. This particular listing is a living unit and not a business. For more information, visit the website or contact a representative. 
A Wider Circle
9159 Brookville Rd, Silver Spring, MD 20910
A Wider Circle is a small charitable non-profit organization that provides help for those suffering from homelessness,More poverty or substance abuse.  Wider Circle also furnishes homes for families transitioning from shelters monthly and donations are accepted.  Visit www.awidercirlce.org  for more information.
Community Bridges
620 Pershing Dr, Silver Spring, MD 20910
Community Bridges provides leadership and empowerment to a diverse mix of underprivileged girls in the Silver SpringMore community through a variety of programs based on the age of the girls. At younger ages, team-building, community activism, health and self-confidence issues are addressed, while older girls are mentored to embrace their cultural diversity while becoming emerging community leaders. Finally, teens are educated about dating safety, managing the transition to high school or the working world and continued leadership skills development.
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