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Mid-County Regional Services Center

Services at the Center

The Mid-County Regional Center's services and programs are managed and operated by County agencies or private non-profit organizations. Each sets its own eligibility requirements and hours of operation; some charge a small fee based on ability to pay.

The Mid-County Regional Center building is located at 11435 Grandview Ave Wheaton, MD 209022. It is open:
Monday through Thursday
8:00 am - 9:30 pm
8:00 am - 5:00 pm
8:00 am - 1:00 pm

For additional information, please contact the phone numbers listed for each service or e-mail:

To book a space for meetings at the Mid-County Regional Center, please contact the Office of Community Use of Public Facilities.

Building Tenants

4th District Police CBD Team

Adult Behavioral Health

Community Action Agency

Gilchrist Center for Cultural Diversity

Manager, Business Development and Intergovernmental Programs

Mid-County United Ministries

Proyecto Salud

Office of Community Partnership Latino Liaison

Wheaton Urban District

Women’s Cancer Control Program

Frequently Asked Questions

# Question Response
1. Where can I obtain food for my family? Department of Health and Human Services income support for food stamps
A referral agency can refer you to one of Manna's Food Centers once per month for groceries

You can apply at Mid-County United Ministries for a 1-2 day supply of groceries: 11435 Grandview Ave Wheaton, MD 20902; (301) 929-8675
2. Where is the Social Security Office? 10230 New Hampshire Avenue, Suite 304
Silver Spring, Maryland 20903 (1-800-772-1213)
3. Where can I get help with issues about job search/workforce? Montgomery Works One Stop Job Center
11160 Veirs Mill Rd., South Building #100, Wheaton (301)-946-1806
4. Where can I apply for unemployment benefits? Get information by calling 800-318-6022 or on-line at or by visiting your local Dept. of Labor and Licensing located at Montgomery Works One Stop Job Center (see above)
5. How do I learn about trash and recycling pick-ups? Call the Department of Environmental Protection at (240) 777-6410 or on-line

Where can I apply for rental assistance?

Call the Rental Assistance Program at (240) 777-4400 to have an application mailed to you. Applications are also available at these Department of Health and Human Service Offices:

Germantown —12900 Middlebrook Road
Rockville — 1301 Piccard Drive
Silver Spring — 8818 Georgia Avenue

Some assistance may also be obtained from Mid-County United Ministries at (301) 929-8675
7. Where can I get health insurance information? Department of Health and Human Services (240) 777-1245
8. Where can I get low cost health services? Proyecto Salud Clinic
2424 Reedie Dr., Wheaton MD (301) 962-6173
18111 Prince Philip Drive, Olney, MD (301) 260-1073
9. Where are other low cost health clinics located? Community Clinic, Inc

Silver Spring (Health services only)
8210 Colonial Lane,Silver Spring, MD 20910
Health Services  (301) 585-1250

Silver Spring/Aspen Hill (WIC services only)
13415 Connecticut Avenue,Suite 100,Wheaton, MD 20906
WIC Appointments  (301) 438-7456

La Clinque L'A.M.I. (Bi-lingual French, PanAfrican, Haitian)
11814 New Hampshire Ave, Silver Spring, 20905 (301) 493-2400

Holy Cross Hospital Health Center in Silver Spring (Montgomery College)
7987 Georgia Avenue, Silver Spring, MD 20910  (240) 567-5600

Pan Asian Volunteer Health Clinic
Dennis Avenue Health Center, Silver Spring, 20902  (240) 631-1140

People's Community Wellness Center, EMRSC
3300 Briggs Chaney Road, Silver Spring, MD 20903  (301) 847-1172

Spanish Catholic Center
1015 University Boulevard, East Silver Spring, MD 20903  (301) 434-8985

10. Where can I find ESOL classes? Gilchrist Center
11002 Veirs Mill Road, 5th Floor, Wheaton, MD 20902 (240) 777-4940
Refer to MCAEL for complete list -
11. Where is the Internal Revenue Service office located? 11510 Georgia Ave Silver Spring, MD 20902  (202) 283-8097
12. Where do I voice various residential and business concerns? Mid-County Regional Center(240) 777-8101

Office of Consumer Protection  (240-777-3636)
13. Where can I get help finding housing and applying for assistance? Housing Opportunities Commission
10400 Detrick Ave. Kensington, MD 20895  (240) 773-9000
14. Where can I learn about volunteer opportunities? Montgomery County Volunteer Center
15. How do I find out about Special Events?
16. Where can I learn about Wheaton's economic development? Wheaton Redevelopment Program
2424 Reedie Drive, Wheaton, MD 20902  (240) 777-8126
17. Where can I get information about senior services? Park Senior Center, Senior Programs Office
3950 Ferrara Drive, Wheaton, MD  (240)777-4999.

The Senior Programs Office oversees all senior programs at recreation centers in Montgomery County.

Or, contact Health and Human Services Aging & Disability Unit at (240)777-3000
18. Where can I get computer training? Montgomery Works
11002 Veirs Mill Road, 1st Floor, Wheaton, MD 20902   Phone: (301) 946-1806, (301) 929-4350

Gilchrist Center
11002 Veirs Mill Road, 5th Floor, Wheaton, MD 20902  (240) 777-4958
19. Where can I get help with immigration issues? Gilchrist Center
11002 Veirs Mill Road, 5th Floor, Wheaton, MD 20902  (240) 777-4958

Maryland Bar Foundation, Inc., Montgomery County Pro Bono Program
27 W Jefferson St., Rockville, MD 20850; (301) 424-7651
Bankruptcy / Debt, Civil Rights, Consumer Law, Criminal Law, Divorce

African Immigrant Refugee Foundation
1525 Newton Street NW, Washington, DC 20010, (202) 234-2473
11350 Baroque Road Silver Spring, Maryland 20901  (301) 593-0241

Chinese Culture and Community Center
16039 Comprint Circle, Gaithersburg, MD 20877, (240) 631-1200
Help Line: (240) 631-1140E-mail:
20. Where can I get information on public transportation? Department of Transportation, State Highway Administration, 101 Monroe St. 10th Floor, Rockville MD 20850  (240) 777-7170



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