COVID-19 Information
COVID-19 Assistance and Resources

Scholarship Program for Linnel Driving School & Coalition for Public Safety Training in Schools, Inc
The Coalition for Public Safety Training in Schools (CPSTS) is sponsoring a free Driver's Educational Scholarship Program for Prince George's County students. The program will help students meet the hiring standards of many private and public job opportunities. For more information, click here.

Maryland Health Connection Open Enrollment
Open enrollment officially begun on November 1st! If you need health insurance, check out what plans are available, as many Marylanders can qualify for financial assistance. Learn more and enroll here:

Homeowner Assistance Program
If you are a homeowner and struggling to pay your mortgage due to COVID-19 related financial hardships, assistance is on the way. The Maryland Department of Housing & Community Development will be launching The Maryland Homeowners Assistance Fund in late 2021 to assist homeowners statewide. To learn more, click here.
Living Well Chronic Disease Self-Management Program
The Health Department is offering free classes for residents who have been diagnosed with Type 2 Diabetes starting Wednesday, October 27. The Living Well Diabetes Self-Management Program is a series of self-management classes that meet virtually once a week. A variety of topics will be covered that support developing a healthier lifestyle and teach you how to partner with your health care team. Registration is required. Learn more here.
Emergency Rental Assistance Program
Did you apply for emergency rental assistance? The Department of Housing and Community Development and the Office of Community Relations have launched a hotline for residents who have applied to the Emergency Rental Assistance Program. If you have questions about your application status or about the program, contact the new hotline. Click here for more information.
The Department of Housing & Community Development has put together a video tutorial for landlords applying to the County’s Emergency Rental Assistance Program. Check out the tutorial here.
The Emergency Rental Assistance Program opened, March 4. Landlords may apply on behalf of tenants experiencing financial difficulties due to the pandemic. Tenants may also apply directly if their landlord will not apply for funding on their behalf. To learn more and apply, visit:
Maryland Energy Bill Assistance
Federal and state energy assistance programs are available to eligible Maryland residents who need help paying their bills. 
To apply for any of these programs, contact the Office of Home Energy Programs in your area or call 800-332-6347 or visit For more information learn click here.
Career Pathways for All Program
Have you heard about the Career Pathways for All program? Immigrants and refugees in the County can receive free career advice, skills training, and job search assistance through Employ Prince George’s. Learn more here:
Child Tax Credit
Did you know that President Biden’s American Rescue Plan increased the amount of the 2021 Child Tax Credit to support families with children? Visit to learn more.
Maryland Public Service Commission Announcement
The Maryland Public Service Commission has announced $83 million in funding to help residents across the State cover past-due utility bills. Those who qualify for funding will not need to take any action. Learn more here:
Inquire Within Coaching Services
“Inquire Within Coaching Services” helps residents get back to center so they can get back to work. Workshops are held on Tuesdays at 4:00 p.m., Thursdays at 8:00 p.m., and Saturdays at 10:00 a.m. Learn more and register today at
FEMA Funeral Assistance
The FEMA Funeral Assistance Program can help you cover the burial and funeral costs of a loved one who passed due to COVID-19. Applications are open and you can apply by calling 1-844-684-6333. Learn about requirements:
Fuel Fund of Maryland
The Fuel Fund of Maryland may be able to help income eligible residents with fuel bills. Learn about the fund and find out if you might be eligible by visiting:
Maryland SNAP Hotline
The Homeless Persons Representation Project (HPRP) has launched a hotline to provide free legal help for Maryland families in order to get and keep their SNAP benefits. Call 1-800-613-2518 to learn more and access help.
Community Legal Services Tenant Resources
Are you a tenant in need of legal representation? Do you have questions about evictions during COVID-19, what protections are in place, and how they may or may not impact you? Community Legal Services of Prince George’s County has resources to assist.
Click here for the representation and resource documentation.
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