The Community Partnerships for Children and Families is Queen Anne’s County’s Local Management Board. We are a division of the Queen Anne’s County Department of Community Services.

Members of the Local Management Board are appointed by the County Commissioners and form the body that serves as the main entity within the jurisdiction to ensure that our families have the services they need.

QAC Local Care Team

The Queen Anne’s County Local Care Team (LCT) strives to ensure that children and their families receive the necessary supports and resources to live in the community successfully.  The LCT is a FREE service that works with parents, guardians and other adults on children’s behalf.  The purpose is to open doors, brainstorm, share knowledge, advocate, and develop strategies to help your child thrive.

Make a referral to the Local Care Team

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Transportation Voucher Program

The Queen Anne’s County Community Partnerships for Children and Families (Local Management Board) has a Transportation Voucher Program to assist Queen Anne’s County residents with transportation, vehicle repair, gas cards, driver’s license renewal, tags and driver’s education.  For information about the program and to see if you qualify can be found on our flyer.

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QAC Free Laptop Program Offering FREE Chromebooks to Qualified Households

Queen Anne's County Free Laptop Program, designed to bridge the digital divide and promote digital equity in our community!

The Queen Anne’s County Community Partnerships for Children and Families, also known as our Local Management Board (LMB), has partnered with the Area Agency on Aging and the Queen Anne's County Library to launch the QAC Free Laptop Program.

This initiative, supported by funding from the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development, aims to promote digital equity and inclusion by providing 2,000 Chromebook laptops to eligible households.

The program seeks to address the technology access barriers faced by households with limited financial resources.

Starting June 1, 2023, the QAC Free Laptop Program will provide new HP Chromebook 14 G7 or equivalent devices to eligible households in Queen Anne's County on a first come first basis until all 2,000 laptops have been distributed.

Feeding the Community

Are you looking for ways to help your community?
Please consider making monetary donations to the Backpacks of Food Program in Queen Anne’s County!

You may donate using PayPal (be sure and select “Back Pack” from the dropdown arrow) or you can donate by sending checks to:

QA Advocates for Youth
c/o Jennifer Stansbury
QAC Local Management Board
104 Powell Street
Centreville, MD 21617

Make checks payable to QA Advocates for Youth and put “Backpacks for Food” in the memo line.

Feeding the Community

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Community Partnerships for Children (Local Management Board) (LMB) is pleased to announce the availability of Out of School Time Grant for After School/Out of School Time Programs and Clubs. The Queen Anne’s County Commissioners have proposed $100,000 in their fiscal year 2024 budget to fund additional Out of School Time activities.Applications open from June 1, 2023, through the end of day on June 30, 2023. The QAC After School/Out of School Time Program Initiative seeks proposals from organizations that demonstrate the energy, organizational capacity, and sustainable long-term influence necessary to improve the quality of life for the community. Successful applicants will provide innovative and effective responses to recognized community needs, with a focus on youth engagement, social competency skills, academic performance, and increased school attendance.Grant Details:• Total Funding Available: $100,000.00• Grant Period: Award through June 30, 2024• Grant Range: Proposal requests may not exceed $100,000. Multiple grants of less than $100,000 may be awarded.• Eligible Programs: Out of School Time Programs and Clubs serving students in grades K-12.For detailed proposal instructions, guidelines, and qualifications, please visit the QAC Department of Community Services Local Management Board (LMB) website at LMB is dedicated to promoting the health and well-being of children and families in Queen Anne's County through collaborative efforts and comprehensive services. ... See MoreSee Less
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FY2024 Out of School Time Grant for Programs is Now Open!!We are delighted to announce that the application period for the FY2024 Out of School Time Grant for Programs is now open. As valued members of our network, we invite you to participate in this exciting opportunity to contribute to the betterment of our community.The Queen Anne’s County Local Management Board is dedicated to promoting the well-being and development of our children and families. Through strategic collaborations and the allocation of resources, we aim to create a comprehensive system of education, health, and human services that address the unique needs of our community.The FY2024 Out of School Time Grant for Programs seeks proposals for Out of School Time Programs and Clubs that will engage and support students in grades K-12. We are looking for innovative projects that demonstrate a strong capacity to positively impact our community, improve the quality of life for our youth, and provide sustainable, long-term benefits.Key Details:• Application Opening: June 1, 2023• Application Deadline: June 30, 2023, at 4:00 PM• Total Funding Available: $100,000• Grant Period: From the award date through June 30, 2024To access the RFP and submit your proposal, please visit our website at We encourage you to carefully review the guidelines and instructions outlined in the RFP to ensure a successful submission.Should you have any questions or require further clarification, please do not hesitate to reach out to our team at We are here to provide assistance throughout the application process. ... See MoreSee Less
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104 Powell Street
Centreville, MD 21617

Phone: 410-758-6677
Fax: 410-758-6904