Office Of Community Partnerships

 

 

The mission of the Office of Community Partnerships (OCP) is to strengthen relationships between the Montgomery County government and the residents it serves, with special focus on underserved and emerging communities and our neighbors in need. The OCP serves as a bridge builder between the County government and community organizations serving the residents of Montgomery County, working across the barriers of race, ethnicity, income, and religion that too often diminish communities. OCP’s mission is to carry out the County Executive’s commitment to build a larger policy table with participation by a more diverse range and greater number of residents as we work to become America’s most welcoming community.

 

Addresss:21 Maryland Avenue, Suite 330
Rockville, MD 20850

Fax: 240-777-2555
Email: bruce.adams@montgomerycountymd.gov

http://www.montgomerycountymd.gov/partnerships/

Montgomery Economic Development Office

Montgomery County, the economic engine of Maryland!

We are a knowledge-based business and research hub, located next to Washington, D.C., and the epicenter for biotechnology in the Mid-Atlantic region. We are also home to the 93,000 acre Agricultural Reserve, which provides the backdrop for a thriving agricultural economy.

http://www.choosemontgomerymd.com

 Charles W. Gilchrist Center

Vision

The vision of the Gilchrist Center for Cultural Diversity is to help make Montgomery County a thriving multicultural community where every resident feels welcomed, participates civically, and contributes positively to the economy.

Mission

The mission of the Gilchrist Center for Cultural Diversity is to be Montgomery County Government’s welcome center where the County’s diverse population can be connected to public and private services, volunteering, civic engagement, cross cultural activities, and economic empowerment.

 

 http://www.montgomerycountymd.gov/gilchrist/index.html

Department of Health and Human Services

Our department is the largest in County government and we are responsible for public health and human services that help address the needs of our community’s most vulnerable children, adults and seniors.  We have more than 120 programs and deliver services at more than 20 locations in Montgomery County.

Our core services protect the community’s health, protect the health and safety of at-risk children and vulnerable adults and address basic human needs including food, shelter and clothing.

Our department provides services through several service areas:  Aging and Disability Services; Behavioral Health and Crisis Services; Children, Youth and Family Services; Public Health Services and Special Needs Housing. Our Office of Community Affairs provides direct services through several programs.  In addition, our administrative functions include budget administration, fiscal administration, contract management, facilities, grant acquisition, human resources, information systems and performance management.