NORTH EAST ELEMENTARY SCHOOL’S FAMILY OUTREACH PROGRAM
The Family Outreach Worker is from the Cecil County Department of Social Services and can provide voluntary outreach services to families of our NEES students. The worker can help with locating community resources for a variety of issues, such as help accessing counseling services, domestic violence interventions, substance abuse treatment, court/custody/visitation navigation, parenting resources, housing, food, energy needs and many other issues that one might need help with. Assistance pertaining to your child’s absenteeism and/or truancy from school can also be discussed. Your privacy is important and any information that you request is confidential. Please feel free to call for more information or to set up a face-to-face meeting. The Family Outreach Worker is available during the whole calendar year.
Shannon Woods, LGSW
NEES Family Outreach Worker
Phone: #410-996-6238 (Confidential voicemail)
North East Elementary and Middle Schools and Bay View Elementary School in cooperation with the Maryland Food Bank are proud to offer…
Food Distribution Days
For those in need…
September 14th @ Bay View Elementary School
October 12h @ North East Elementary School
November 9th @ Bay View Elementary School
December 14th @ North East Elementary School
*Doors are open from 4:00-5:30pm*
Please enter through cafeteria on the right side of the school
No ID necessary
For questions, please contact
Shannon Woods @ 410-996-6238
Kim Chiominto @ 410-996-6500
Agency Contact Information
The Cecil County Department of Social Services
410-996-0100 / http://www.dhr.state.md.us/blog/?p=210
The Cecil County Health Department
410-996-5100 / http://www.cecilcountyhealth.org/ccdhxx/index.php
The Cecil County Family Court Services
410-996-1157 / http://mdcourts.gov/clerks/cecil/family.html
The Cecil County Department of Juvenile Justice
410-996-2800 / http://www.djs.maryland.gov/
The Cecil County Domestic Violence/Rape Crisis Program
410-996-0333 / https://www.facebook.com/Cecil-County-Domestic-ViolenceRape-Crisis-Center-512474108781649/
The Cecil County Drug and Alcohol Center
410-996-5106 / http://www.cecilcountyhealth.org/ccdhxx/index.php
The Cecil County Public Defender’s Office
410-996-0640 / http://www.opd.state.md.us/districts/dist3.aspx
1-800-444-9529 / http://mdcourts.gov/clerks/cecil/family.html
The Perryville Dental Clinic
Criteria for being a patient:
1. Any patient may be seen in the dental hygiene program for routine cleanings and exam.
Following complete dental hygiene services, patients who do not meet any other eligibility criteria will be referred to the community for any remaining recommended comprehensive dental care.
2. Patients 21 and under are eligible for urgent (emergency) care and/or comprehensive care.
3. Adults 22-59 are eligible for urgent (emergency) care only.
4. Adults 60 and over may be seen for urgent (emergency) care. They may also be eligible for comprehensive care if they meet certain income requirements (contact the Perryville clinic for income requirements).
5. Enrolled in (or eligible) for Medicaid or the Maryland Children’s Health Program (MCHP).
Individuals seeking care are required to meet certain eligibility criteria before they can receive dental services.
Insurances accepted – most MA plans and PPO plans. The clinic does not accept HMO or DMO plans.
To schedule an appointment, call 410-706-4900 or 877-232-4050 (toll-free).
Office hours are Mon. – Fri. 8:30am – 4:30pm
Keeping Your Medical Assistance (Medicaid)
It is not too late to reapply for coverage!
“Make Sure Your Family Keep its Medical Coverage”
Cecil County Department of Social Services
Monday through Friday 8:00-4:30
Follow these instructions if you are:
A parent or caretaker relative of a minor child
Disabled but not receiving Medicare yet
Have a child enrolled in Medicaid
A former foster care child
If your Medical Assistance coverage has ended, you can now apply by using any computer that has internet access.
Just go to this website,
You can also apply by calling: 1-855-642-8572 .
Follow these instructions if you are:
Older than 65 and are not a parent or caretaker relative of a minor child
Disabled and not Medicare eligible
Living in a nursing facility
A current foster care child
Apply or reapply online at this website: www.marylandsail.org , or in person by visiting your local Department of Social Services Office.
If you need additional help, call: 1-844-627-5465.
Save time, have the following application information available:
The monthly income for your entire household (including pay stubs, W-2 forms, or tax returns if you have them)
Social Security Number for each household member
Immigration information, (if you or a household member are immigrants)