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Maryland Manual, 1983-84
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234'/Maryland Manual

ning, operation of employmei-i service programs
in the local offices, technical assistance and spe-
cialized training, liaison with other agencies and
statewide committees, and coordination with oth-
er divisions.

The Director also is responsible for monitoring
services to migrant and seasonal farmworkers,
and for development and delivery of services un-
der contracts with designated Prime Sponsors un-
der the Comprehensive Employment and Training

State and local office staff represent the Divi-
sion on a number of State, area, and local com-
missions concerned with employment and man-
power problems.

The Work Incentive Program (WIN), which
has been consolidated with the Employment Ser-
vice Division, assists persons receiving Aid to
Families with Dependent Children (AFDC) to
obtain employment. Unless otherwise exempt,
persons applying for or receiving AFDC benefits
must register with and participate in WIN.

Among those exempt from the registration re-
quirement are AFDC applicants and recipients
who are aged, infirm, a caretaker of incapacitated
family members, and a parent or caretaker rela-
tive of a child under age six. The Income Mainte-
nance unit of each local department of social ser-
vices refers all non-exempt AFDC applicants and
recipients to WIN. In addition, exempt applicants
and recipients can volunteer for WIN training
and job placement.

The WIN Program emphasizes immediate job
placement for a registrant whenever practicable.
WIN also sponsors on-the-job training, work ex-
perience programs, and other job search activities
for its registrants. Various social services that
contribute directly to immediate placement are
provided by the Separate Administrative Unit of
the Social Services Administration. Individual ini-
tiative on the part of registrants is expected and
the development of job-finding and job-retention
skills is stressed.


The Department operates twenty-six full-time
field offices throughout the State for the conve-
nience of the public in applying for the Job Ser-
vice, filing claims for unemployment insurance, or
registering for the Work Incentive Program.
These offices are located in the following cities:

State Administrative Offices:

Employment Service (ES):
1100 North Eutaw St.
Baltimore 21201

Unemployment Insurance (UI):
1100 North Eutaw St.
Baltimore 21201

Work Incentive Program (WIN):
1100 North Eutaw St.
Baltimore 21201

Allegany County

ES, WIN, and UI:
239 North Mechanic St.
Cumberland 21502 Telephone: 777-2169

Anne Arundel County

ES, WIN, and UI:
101 Old Solomons Island Road
Annapolis 21404 Telephone: 269-2156

ES, WIN, and UI:
118 N. Langley Road
Glen Burnie 21061 Telephone: 768-5900

Baltimore City

ES and UI:
1100 North Eutaw St.
Baltimore 21201 Telephone; 383-5186

ES and UI:
5242 Park Heights Ave.
Baltimore 21215 Telephone: 383-7850


1100 North Eutaw St.
Baltimore 21201 Telephone: 383-7063

610 North Howard St.
Baltimore 21201 Telephone: 659-1844

Baltimore County

ES, UI, and WIN:
7930 Eastern Ave. at Rolling Mill Road
Baltimore 21224 Telephone: 288-9181

ES, WIN, and UI:
1228 East Joppa Road
Towson 21204 Telephone: 321-4063

Calvert County

ES, and UI:
Fourth St.
(adjacent to Calvert County Court House)
Prince Frederick 20678 Telephone: 535-1556


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