SHABACH! Emergency Empowerment Center is charged with the responsibility of making sure that families, regardless of socio-economic status, experience risk factors that limit their capacity to meet individual and societal expectations get support and help to all who may be in need.
Weekend Snack Pack Program: We supply food for Saturday and Sunday for homeless children at five different schools that will not have food to eat if we did not send these snack packs to the schools.
Wellness Will Work: This is a program to help those who may have chronic illnesses such as high blood pressure, heart diseases, etc. to manage their illness better by cooking and eating organic and fresh produce , A LPN monitors their health for 6 month to make sure they are doing better with their health challenges.
Family In Transition: This program help families with housewares, clothing and groceries who are in transition from halfway houses, homeless shelters, and alternative housing to their own housing from Maryland/DC government and other housing provided by other donors.
Million Meal Project: This program is in partnership with the Department of Social Service to make sure our community has fresh fruit and produce in the community for good health.
College Student Recognition Event: Provides to our college students items they may need while they are at college or attending college at home.
Helping Hands to Seniors: We supply to our Seniors personal care items for themselves and also a bag to give to another seniors a bag of personal care items
Coat Drive: A yearly program giving coats out to our community and schools children who are in need
Christmas for Our Children: We give out toys and clothing to children in our community
Infant Program: This program meets the needs for diapers, formula, baby wipes,clothing and food for infants and toddlers
Senior Outreach Program: This program meets the needs of our senior population by addressing the challenges of making sure they have food and personal care items in their homes.
SHABACH! provides assistance to anyone who is in NEED of emergency assistance.
We provide families with:
- housing information
- health and nutrition information
- connection to and information about the Prince George’s Department of Social Services
Location & Hours
403 Brightseat Road
Landover, MD 20785
Hours of Operation: 10 a.m.-3:00 p.m.
Client services offered: Monday – Friday 11 a.m.- 2:00 p.m. & every third Saturday from 10 a.m.-1:00 p.m. for youth