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Community Warmline
410-768-5522
24 hours a day/7 days a week
"Community Warmline" provides Anne Arundel County supportive assistance with personal crises and provides referrals  to community resources.

Consumer Credit Counseling Services (CCCS)
5410 Ritchie Highway 
Brooklyn Park, MD   21225 
410-747-6803

Consumer Credit Counseling Service of Maryland and Delaware, Inc. is an accredited non-profit community service organization dedicated to helping individuals and families resolve financial problems, and promoting the wise use of credit through confidential budget counseling, and a debt management repayment program.

Maryland Disability Law Center
1800 N. Charles Street; Suite 400
Baltimore, MD 21201
410-727-6352 ext.0 or
800-233-7201
TTY: 410-727-6387
Designated protection and advocacy agency for the State of Maryland, mandated to advance the civil rights of people with disabilities. Topics include housing, special education, transportation, social security, and employment.

Maryland First Call for Help and United Way 211
Dial 2-1-1 or 800-492-0618 (Washington, D.C. and sections of Maryland)
 
Provides information on thousands of health and human services such as childcare, jobs, health care, insurance, and services in times of disaster or emergency.

Maryland Legal Aid Bureau and Peoples Law 
229 Hanover St.
Annapolis, MD 21401
410-263-8330 (Annapolis)
410-269-0846 (Baltimore)
301-261-1956 (Washington) or
800-666-8330

Maryland Legal Aid offers a full range of free civil legal services to financially qualified low-income Marylanders including child support, consumer rights, tenants (private and subsidized housing), nursing homes/assisted living, workers' rights, government benefits, senior citizens, and education.

Maryland Legal Services Corporation Directory
Legal service providers that receive grants from the Maryland Legal Services Corp. to provide specific issue services to low-income Maryland residents.

Maryland Office of the Public Defender
6 Saint Paul Street, Suite 1400
Baltimore, MD 21202
410-767-8460
The Office of the Public Defender provides legal services to eligible individuals serving mostly criminal cases.

Maryland Volunteer Lawyer Service
One North Charles Street, Suite 222
Baltimore, Maryland 21201 
410-547-6537 (Baltimore) or
800-510-0050

MVLS provides free or reduced fee representation to low-income individuals and non-profits throughout Maryland who have civil legal problems.

People’s Law Library   
Circuit Court for Anne Arundel County
7 Church Circle, Room 21-38
Annapolis, MD 21401
410-280-5374 
Assists family litigants by providing legal information and forms regarding uncontested, at-fault and no-fault divorce; child support motions (parent and non-parent); motions to modify child support; petitions to waive costs; property claims as part of divorce; alimony claims as part of divorce; custody as part of divorce; annulments, and defenses (answers to a complaint for divorce or custody); legal information and forms regarding name changes.

University of Baltimore School of Law Clinic   
University of Baltimore School of Law  
1415 Maryland Avenue
Baltimore, MD 2101
410-837-4468
Represent approximately 200 low income clients per year on issues including family law, immigration law, disability law, and criminal law.

University of Maryland School of Law Clinical Law Program
500 West Baltimore Street
Baltimore, Maryland 21201
410-706-7214
Fax: 410-706-4045
TDD: 410-706-7714

The Clinical Law Program is one of the region's largest public interest firms. Each year, 25 faculty lead 250 students in providing 110,000 hours of free legal services to the community.