Greenbelt CARES Covid19 Resources
Greenbelt CARES has moved many of it programs to virtual platforms. Please visit the Greenbelt CARES Resources page for information on Support Groups, Mental Health, Anger Management, Domestic Violence and more. For Virtual GED Classes, visit the Virtual GED Course page. For Daily updates on the Covid19 situation click here. For Business Resources during this crises, visit the Covid Resources for Businesses. For a wide variety of Recreational activities and resources, visit the Virtual Recreation Center.
About the Program
Established in 1974, Greenbelt CARES is a community based, family oriented counseling program dedicated to promoting responsible behavior and appropriate family management skills. We provide counseling services for families at our Wednesday Night Family Clinic, and individuals and families may receive counseling services on other days and times as available. We also offer weekly group counseling services to our local schools.
Our Crisis Intervention Counselors work in collaboration with the Greenbelt Police Department to offer immediate services to individuals who come into contact with the police, often as a result of a crime or other emergency situation.
Our Vocational / Educational Counselor offers GED preparatory classes, an individual and group tutoring program to assist students in school, and an ODD JOBS/JOB BANK program, to help people with the world of work and help citizens with odd jobs around the community.
Greenbelt Assistance in Living Program, GAIL
Established in 2001, the GAIL program provides information, assistance, case management, counseling programs and services for seniors and adults with disabilities and their caregivers residing within the city limits of Greenbelt. For information call 301-345-6660.
Anger Management Training
CARES offers an Anger Management training two times a year. Participants learn constructive strategies to handle conflict in their daily lives. The training is nine sessions long and is offered on Monday evenings. Participants must attend all 9 sessions to complete the training and receive a certificate of completion. More information will be provided when classes are available.
We maintain an up-to-date referral listing of local resources, such as support groups and shelters.Many of our services are free of charge and available to Greenbelt residents and those in surrounding communities.
So, be sure to visit "Quick Tips" where we hope to offer you a new perspective on issues, provide new techniques and different solutions to the challenges families face.