Montgomery County

Upcoming events

    • 01 Mar 2017
    • 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM
    • 610 East Diamond Avenue, Suite 100, Gaithersburg, MD 20877 (Training Room)
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    Description: The Federal Trade Commission reports that nearly 9 million Americans have their identities stolen every year. Don’t be one of these statistics. Learn how you can better protect your information and ultimately, your identity.

    Participants will learn:
    -About the difference between credit reports and scores
    -How lenders value your scores
    -How to read credit reports

    This class is provided by: Family Services, Inc.,www.familyservicesagency.org

    A Spanish translator will be available during this presentation.

    One hundred years ago a group of caring community members came together to help those who were most in need. This particular group called themselves the Social Services League, and established their tradition of "Neighbors Helping Neighbors."  

    In 1959, the organization's name was changed to Family Services Agency. To meet the needs of the ever-changing Montgomery County population, Family Services has expanded and now houses 14 different programs! Today, Family Services is still committed to making a long-lasting impact on families.Through its innovative early childhood, educational, and behavioral health programs, Family Services makes a difference in the community.

    • 20 Mar 2017
    • 10:00 AM - 1:00 PM
    • Jewish Council for the Aging, 1st Floor conference room, 12320 Parklawn Drive Rockville, MD 20852-1726
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    It's becoming a nationwide movement to include financial capability services into multiple social services programs. This integration model shows impressive results in helping clients build financial stability. Attend this interactive training to learn an overview of the CFED Integration Toolkit and how it can help increase your agency's ability to provide or connect to a variety of financial capability services. 


    Training Objectives are:

    • Understand the elements of integration and planning by coming to a common language and definition.

    • Describe the push/pull influences that impact how CBOs plan for new programs and services.

    • List the aspects of planning that are often taking place before a group embarks on a process like that laid out in the Guide and define the four sections for planning and core ideas that support each in the Guide.

    Analyze completed tools in the Guide from recent CFED projects, highlighting what the completed work conveys.


    This training is hosted by AAHC.  For any questions regarding this training, please email Sue Rogan, sue@mdcash.org 




    • 25 Mar 2017
    • 11:00 AM - 4:00 PM
    • Activity Center at Bohrer Park 506 South Frederick Ave. Gaithersburg, MD 20877

    Walk-ins welcome! Last walk-in is at 3 p.m.


    Individuals

    • Free tax preparation, including EITC and the Child Tax Credit, for those earning $54,000 or less

    • Get your FAFSA completed

    • Sign up for low cost banking services through Bank On Gaithersburg

    • Learn about “SNAP” (Food Supplement Program) and Food Resources

    • On-site Certified Housing Counselors will provide rental housing counseling and foreclosure prevention


    What to Bring?

    The IRS Does Not Allow VITA to prepare taxes without required documentation.

    • Government issued ID (Valid Driver’s License, Passport, Age of Majority Card)

    • Original Social Security Card or Individual Tax Identification Notice (ITIN) for each

    member of your family and last year’s tax return (if available).

    • Birth dates for every person claimed on your tax return.

    • All W2 forms, forms 1098, 1099, and other documents regarding income.

    • All Forms 1095, Health Insurance Statements, or Health Insurance Certificate, if received.

    • If filing jointly, your spouse must be present. If filing separately, you must provide your spouse’s social security number and name exactly as it appears on the social security card.

    • Statement of annual child care expenses prepared by the provider, with their tax ID (Social Security or EIN number).

    • For Direct Deposit: proof of a bank account, including routing numbers. Bank On representatives can assist if you don’t have an account.


    If you need sign language or other special accommodations to participate, please call 240-777-1697, providing at least 3 business days advance notice.


    FREE RENTAL HOUSING COUNSELING FREE CREDIT REPORTS and FINANCIAL SERVICES

    HIP Rental Counselors can help with:

    • Hands on guidance and search tips

    • Credit report review and improvement

    • Reducing your debt and increasing income

    • Spending plans to help increase savings

    • Helping you figure out how much rent or mortgage you can afford

    • Explaining your rights under Fair Housing laws

    • Making referrals for rental subsidies and other relevant information and services


    BB&T BANK BUS ON-SITE!

    BB&T WILL MEET YOU MORE THAN HALF WAY. Take advantage of…

    • Online Credit 101 Classes

    • FICO Score Education

    • Online Banking & Bill Pay Demonstration

    • Opening Online Accounts

    • Money Smart Training Program


    • 05 Apr 2017
    • 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM
    • 610 East Diamond Avenue, Suite 100, Gaithersburg, MD 20877 (Training Room)
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    Description: The Federal Trade Commission reports that nearly 9 million Americans have their identities stolen every year. Don’t be one of these statistics. Learn how you can better protect your information and ultimately, your identity.

    Participants will learn:
    -Ways to get and build credit and how to maximize its effectiveness.

    This class is provided by: Family Services, Inc.,www.familyservicesagency.org

    A Spanish translator will be available during this presentation.

    One hundred years ago a group of caring community members came together to help those who were most in need. This particular group called themselves the Social Services League, and established their tradition of "Neighbors Helping Neighbors."  

    In 1959, the organization's name was changed to Family Services Agency. To meet the needs of the ever-changing Montgomery County population, Family Services has expanded and now houses 14 different programs! Today, Family Services is still committed to making a long-lasting impact on families.Through its innovative early childhood, educational, and behavioral health programs, Family Services makes a difference in the community.

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