Financial Assistance

Below you will find a list of financial assistance services:


Prince George’s County of Social Services

Social service offers multiple services to provide financial assistance to renters/homeowners. These programs include house choice voucher program, The Housing Choice Voucher Homeownership Program (HCVHP), Family Unification Program, The Moderate Rehabilitation Program, Rental Allowance Program, Veterans Assistance Program. For more information on how to apply, check website below.


Severna Park Assistance Network

For over 25 years SPAN has been serving our neighbors to help them through a critical or emergency situation such as utility turn-offs, court-ordered evictions, and prescription/medical needs and food. In order to receive assistance, you must have:

  • Current MD identification with current address or change of address card
  • Social Security cards for everyone in household
  • Referral (if needed)
  • Turn-off notice or Disposition (signed by judge) for evictions

400 Benfield Road – (behind Our Shepherd Lutheran Church) in Severna Park.



United Communities Against Poverty

UCAP provides a foreclosure prevention program that includes counseling, as well as, advisement on procedures and alternative solutions. For more information, see website and contact below. 

Caprise Coppedge, Housing Services Program Manager

Phone. 301-322-5700 x 109 / Email.

Christal Marshall, Housing Counselor

Phone. 301-322-5700 Ext. 119 / Email.


United Communities Against Poverty

UCAP provides financial literacy and credit counseling programs. Financial Literacy was added to UCAP’s list of services in 2009.  It consists of group and one–on–one counseling.  Group workshops consist of: Goal Setting, Credit,  Credit Cards,  Identity Theft,  Wealth Building, and Predatory Practices.  One–on–one counseling will be focused on the customer’s individual financial needs. A credit report will be reviewed and provided to the customer. – See more at:

Our credit counseling sessions are both group and one–on–one.   Group workshops are offered once each month. Credit group sessions will cover: The Fair Credit Act, The impact of credit on the individual/household, Types of trade lines, How to get a credit report from the three credit bureaus, and General solutions for credit repair. See more at:

Caprise Coppedge, Housing Services Program Manager

Phone301-322-5700 x 109 /

Mr. James Diggs, First-time Homebuyer and Post Purchase Counselor

Phone. 301-322-5700 Ext. 114 / Email.