Volunteers are needed to help pack food for the homeless in D.C. and Maryland; volunteers are also needed to assist in the transitional housing program as it expands and grows in Maryland; volunteers are needed in advising the management and leadership team on compliance and fund-raising planning.
To apply for employment, please call the office for assistance or fill out the form online under Employment Opportunities.
Frontline offers internship to students of Washington Adventist University in graduate school to complete studies in Social Work, Psychology and Nursing.
If you are a corporation or individual looking for opportunities to provide resources or grants to enhance research and strategic planning in the service of people with disabilities, contact one of the vice presidents or the president of Frontline.
To enrich the supports to people with disabilities, Frontline taps into available resources in the communities served and also in the educational institutions. Graduates from Yale, Harvard, Howard University, and other American institutions work alongside graduates from institutions abroad to strengthen the leadership team at Frontline.
Frontline Community Services, recognized in the greater Washington D.C. area for dedicated supports and services to people with intellectual and developmental disabilities (ID/DD). The agency has a proven track record of person-centered planning and effective program implementation.
The Frontline team supports persons with disabilities to make strides in life; supporting them from dependence to the highest level of independence; as persons who have a contribution to make to the communities of which they are a part.
11720 Beltsville Drive, Suite 700, Beltsville, MD 20705.