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COVID-19 Community Resources

Visit to learn more about community resources and support available for Baltimore City residents.

Food and Nutrition

Youth and Families 

Virtual Rec Centers

WIC – Women, Infants and Child Program:

NCTSN: Parent/Caregiver: Talking to kids about COVID-19

Child Mind Institute: Supporting families During COVID-19


Social Distancing: Apps for Seniors (Tech-Savvy or Not): To help the elderly sector with communication, grocery delivery, home care, and health monitoring, The National Council for Safety, Protection and Wellness has developed a guide about apps and technologies that are suited for seniors, helping them connect with loved ones and healthcare professionals as well as receive essential goods and services. For a guide to home care, communication, food delivery, and health monitoring tools, please visit the website

Senior Call Check –


Oral and Dental Health Resource Portal

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, over 31% of adults between ages 20-44 have untreated dental caries. One out of every two American adults over 30 has periodontal disease. New Mouth, owned and funded by Dentistry Brands LLC, was created to keep the public educated about current dental care practices, oral health basics, and how to find the best treatment possible. Their team of medical writers and dentists provide the most up-to-date dental information in every vertical, including general, pediatric, restorative, cosmetic, and orthodontics. They also connect patients with the best dentists in their area depending on individual treatment needs. Please visit

Free Hygiene Delivery by Parts of Peace

Parts of Peace is providing free hand soap, bar soap, body wash, and laundry detergent/pods to anyone who needs them in Baltimore City as a preventative measure against contracting COVID-19. Text popcares to 97000 to request your free hygiene items. To request items over the phone, call or the message hotline number 443-228-8859. You can also visit their website to learn more about what they are doing amid COVID-19. Learn more

Neighborhood Response

You can join a neighborhood quarantine response here. Volunteers on such teams help neighbors with compromised immune systems with daily tasks such as grocery shopping, walking the dog, picking up items from the post office etc.  If you don’t see your area on the list, create your own response team using the COVID-19 Volunteer Support Pack.

Contribute to Little Free Pantries
We all know and love the little free libraries that are scattered throughout the city, but in recent days, locals have transformed the small wooden boxes into temporary food banks. Drop off any extra nonperishable food items at spotted locations in Hampden and Canton, or transition a close-by mini community library into a makeshift food drive to help passerbys in need.

Places to Donate

United Way of Central Maryland

Moveable Feast

Baltimore Virtual Tip Jar

COVID-19 Emergency Fund for Artists and Freelancers

Mental Health

Free Mental Health Services

Actress Taraji P. Henson's foundation, The Boris Lawerence Henson Foundation, is offering free mental health services amid COVID-19. Visit the website,, to learn more.

Calm App 

In addition to protecting our physical health amid COVID-19 it is also equally important to focus on mental health as well. Calm has compiled a variety of resources from meditation to music to assist with your mental well-being during this pandemic.


Taxi Access is a service connected to MTA Mobility, which is similar to a taxicab but connected to the ride share program for people with disabilities. You can call 410-685-1212 for Yellow Cab if you have a Taxi Access Card. If you are in a wheelchair, you have to call 24 hours in advance. Their call center is not open on the weekends so if you need to schedule, call Monday through Friday.