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These are local and international resources to help you stay updated throughout the COVID-19 situation. If you have any account related questions or concerns, please feel free to contact us anytime at 800.952.7428. To learn about our financial assistance programs.

Local Government

Health Resource Centers

Testing Sites in the Fifth District, Prince George's County:

  • CVS Pharmacy: 5100 Brown Station Rd, Upper Marlboro MD 20772 
  • CVS Pharmacy: 7600 Crain Hwy, Upper Marlboro MD 20772
  • CVS Pharmacy, 5910 Greenbelt Road, Greenbelt, MD 20770
  • Largo Medical Center (301-618-5500): 1221 Mercantile Lane, Upper Marlboro, MD 20744
  • MedStar Hyattsville Urgent Care (301-276-8800): 6401 America Blvd. #200, Hyattsville, MD 20782

Business and Unemployment Resources


ID Theft

Financial Literacy 

Keeping You in the Know

  • To Buy or Not to Buy?
  • Insuring Your Home
  • Dealing with a Lender

To Buy or Not to Buy?

4 Min Read

Investing is like life: nothing ventured, nothing gained…

Is Home Ownership Right for You?

Insuring Your Home

4 Min Read

Buying a home is never financially easy, especially when you’re young. But one of the things that makes it worthwhile is the fact that—unlike with a rental—the money you spend on it becomes an investment…

Learn How to Protect Your Investment

Dealing with a Lender

5 Min Read

Most lenders require you to complete a mortgage application—a comprehensive financial statement…

How to Prepare for the Loan Process

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USA Patriot Act

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