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Single Parent Conference Exhibitors

These exhibitors will offer information at the 2021 Single Parent Conference for you to learn more about their resources.

Commission for Womennew window: The Commission for Women is an office of Montgomery County that works to ensure equality for women and girls. 
X: @MoCoWomennew window
Instagram: @mococfwnew window
Facebook: @MoCoWomennew window

Family Self Sufficiencynew window: The Family Self-Sufficiency Program (FSS) is a congressionally-authorized and career development program designed to help individuals with housing subsidies make progress toward economic security by increasing their earnings and building assets.

Gardening and Beatsnew window: I serve all Maryland residents, and I’m a Garden Coach specializing in helping folks grown their food in the DMV with a big focus on helping newbie gardeners create and maintain a garden. 
X: @gardeningnbeatsnew window
Instagram: @gardeningandbeatsnew window

Montgomery County Family Justice Centernew window: The Montgomery County Family Justice Center co-locates multiple agencies in a safe and secure facility to provide coordinated advocacy, government, and civil legal services and social services. 

Maryland Hunger Solutionsnew window: Application assistance for the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP, formally known as food stamps) and navigation of the post-application process. Additional food resources can be provided. All populations served. 
X: @MarylandHungernew window

MCPS Early Head Startnew window: Prekindergarten and Head Start – free preschool and family support services for low-income three- and four-year-olds and their families. Must reside in Montgomery County. Children with disabilities are welcome. 

Office of Home Energy Programs (OHEP)new window: The Maryland Energy Assistance Program helps eligible families with the cost of heating.The Electric Universal Service Program (EUSP) is a Maryland program to help low-income electric customers pay their electric bills. This program provides eligible electric customers help paying their current electric bill. If eligible, a grant will be sent directly to customer’s electric utility to help pay past due or ongoing bills.  Benefits may help reduce monthly bills. 

United Banknew window: As the Community Bank of the Nation’s Capital with 211 full-service banking locations, 20 loan origination offices, and over 3,000 employees, United Bank offers customers the best of both worlds: the technology, products, and expertise you’d expect from a big bank with the personal touch and local decision-making of your neighborhood bank.
X: @BankwithUnitednew window
Facebook: @BankwithUnitednew window

Working Parents Assistance Program, Child Care Subsidynew window: The Department can assist eligible families by contributing to the cost of child care through the County funded Working Parents Assistance Program. Maryland’s Child Care Subside Program (CCS), formerly the Purchase of Care Program (POC) is now centralized through the Maryland State Department of Education (MSDE). Parents complete an application for the WPA program and a caseworker determines eligibility, based on income. Families whose income is under scale for WPA will be referred to CCSCentral to complete an application for the state Child Care Subsidy Program (CCS).