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State's Attorney's Office

Domestic Workers

CASA of Maryland
734 University Blvd. East
Silver Spring, MD 20903
T: 301.431.4185
Wage issues; immigration issues related to employment, human trafficking, employment, health and education programs; Women Seeking Justice (association of domestic workers seeking to improve the rights of domestic workers living in Montgomery County)
Commission for Women
Counseling and Career Center
401 N. Washington St., #100
Rockville, MD 20850
T: 240.777.8300
TTY: 301.279.1034
Counseling, support groups, and educational programs for women.

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Comptroller of Maryland
T: 800.MD-TAXES (800.638.2937)
Maryland State Income Tax
Internal Revenue Service
T: 800.829.1040
Federal Income Tax
Maryland Commission on Human Relations
6 St. Paul St., 9th Fl.
Baltimore, MD 21202
T: 410.767.8600
Sexual harassment, discrimination
Maryland Dept. of Labor, Licensing and Regulation
T: 877.293.4125 or 301.313.8000
DLLR Unemployment
Unemployment insurance
Unemployment Claim Guide
Maryland Legal Aid Bureau
14015 New Hampshire Ave.
Silver Spring, MD 20904
T: 301.879.8752
Wage Claims
Maryland State Wage Laws
Dept. of Labor, Licensing and Regulation
T: 410.767.2357
DLLR Labor
Maryland Wage Laws
Maryland Employment Laws
Maryland Worker's Compensation Commission
10 East Baltimore St.
Baltimore, MD 21202
T: 410.864.5100
Worker's Compensation
Workers' Compensation Benefits
MD Workers Compensation FAQs
Montgomery County Dept. of Housing
and Community Affairs
100 Maryland Ave., 4th Floor
Rockville, MD 20850
T: 240.777.3600
Housing/Living Accomodations
Ch. 26 Housing and Building Maintenance Standards
Montgomery County Office of Human Rights
110 N. Washington St., #200
Rockville, MD 20850
T: 240.777.8450
TTY: 240.777.8480
Office of Human Rights
Sexual harassment, discrimination
Montgomery County’s Living Wage Law
MCC 11B-33A(e) Wage Requirements
The County’s living wage law became effective on July 1, 2003 to ensure that workers who provide services on the public’s behalf are paid above the poverty level.  The current wage requirements rate, effective July 1, 2008, is $12.40 per hour.  The law applies to companies providing services to the county and is used here only as a point of reference.
US Dept. of Labor
Wage and Hour Division
103 S. Gay St., #207
Baltimore, MD 21202
T: 866.487.9243
Federal minimum wage and overtime law enforcement; Family Medical Leave Act
US Dept. of Labor
Frances Perkins Building
200 Constitution Ave., NW
Washington, DC 20210
T: 866.4.USA.DOL (866.487.2365)
Hours of Work Issues
US Equal Employment Opportunity Commission
10 S. Howard St., 3rd Fl.
Baltimore, MD 21202
T: 800.669.4000 or 410.962.3932
Sexual harassment, discrimination

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